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Remote CTRL – Virtual Event for IT Pros

At Remote CTRL, a virtual event hosted by Catchpoint for IT professionals let's talk about how the IT community can better manage distributed teams.

In this new era of workplace flexibility, enabling employees to work from anywhere without compromising productivity is crucial. Employee experience is no longer confined to the controlled intranet environment, the shift to remote work has made it important to ensure employees are able to seamlessly collaborate and access tools securely.

Extending employee experience to the remote workspace starts with putting the right strategy and the right technology in place. It’s time to talk about the mounting pressure on IT and business leaders to deliver seamless digital experiences for their distributed teams. So, we’ve asked the experts in the industry to weigh in at our next virtual event. Announcing Remote CTRL, a virtual event hosted by Catchpoint for IT professionals.

What’s on the Agenda?

Remote CTRL is all about empowering IT leaders to adapt and learn in a “work from everywhere” world. Join Catchpoint, guest Forrester, and IT thought leaders from Fortune 100 companies at our online event to discuss  how IT teams have been adapting to flexible workplaces while providing a great digital experience for their employees. We have put together an exciting and insightful event. Attend live presentations, participate in virtual networking, learn best practices, and more.


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Meet the Speakers

Marjorie Abdelkrime, Leader of Cloud Technical Sales Team at VMware

Marjorie leads the Cloud Technical Sales team in the Americas at VMware. Her mission at VMware is to partner with the SE leadership team to build a team of innovative, independent, and collaborative SEs that shepherd our customers through the era of digital transformation with VMware.

Kate Behbehani, Head of Product Marketing at AWS Activate

Kate is the Head of Product Marketing at AWS Activate. Kate has over fifteen years of experience in Marketing working in high-tech organizations – both Fortune 500 companies and startups

Les Correia, Interim Global Head of Application Security at Estee Lauder

Les Correia is a thought leader who is a member of Estée Lauder’s Enterprise Cybersecurity and Risk team. He wears many hats with a mission of protecting Estée Lauder’s critical assets from the risk of a security breach.

Bhumika Kapadia, Product Management Leader, Facebook

Bhumika is a product management leader with a passion for creating products and user experiences that focus on customer delight. Currently working at Facebook leading the Care team for payments and commerce. Bhumika enjoys mentoring aspiring and career PMs.

David Johnson, Principal Analyst Serving CIO Professionals

David serves leaders responsible for employee experience (EX) and workforce productivity and is the lead author of Forrester’s EX Index research. His passion is helping companies create workplaces that engage people and enable them to do their best work. He is an expert in the way technology affects motivation and performance as well as how it shapes organizations’ employee experience.

The shift to remote work and skyrocketing usage of SaaS has changed how IT teams see and manage their employees’ digital experiences. Join us on November 12th, 11:00 AM EST to understand how some of the major enterprises are empowering employees to be their most productive irrespective of where they are working from.

Let us talk about how the IT community can better manage your distributed teams and create a better, more productive digital workforce. Register today!

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