The Reconnected
& Resilient
Workplace

Wednesday, May 19

10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. CDT


Employees returning to the office in the near future will be met with a workspace that may look different prior to the global pandemic. To meet the changing environment and safeguard employee connectivity, there has been rapid acceleration in the demands for investment in the newest technology and assurance that a building’s infrastructure can support them. But, where do organizations start? What are the requirements to enable next generation network technology? Panduit, Intelligent Buildings, and Atlona will share the future of the workplace and how to properly equip the office building infrastructure for future growth and maximum collaboration.

What to expect:

A discussion on the office of tomorrow by Intelligent Buildings

Gain a better understanding of the trends and technology impacting the post- pandemic office

Discover products and solutions that allow employees to communicate, collaborate, and stay safe during the transition back to the office


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AGENDA

10:00-10:05 a.m.

Welcome – Tom Walsh, VP Enterprise, Panduit

10:05-10:30 a.m

The Office of Tomorrow – Darryl Benson, VP of Operations and Offering Development, Intelligent Buildings

10:30-11:25 a.m.

The Reconnected & Resilient Workplace – Tom Walsh, VP Enterprise, Panduit, Mike McGrath, Director of  Product Management and Engineering, Panduit,  Jamey Swigert, Director of AV Sales and Business Development, Panduit and Ken Eagle, Senior Director of Global Training, Atlona

11:25-11:30 a.m.

Closing – Tom Walsh