Matrix42 launches exclusive webinar with Forrester Research on the future of IT Workspace Management

Matrix42 has announced an exclusive webinar with highly acclaimed Forrester Research analyst David K. Johnson on the future of IT Workspace Management. The webinar will see the analyst provide an overview of the current trends and challenges in the IT industry and give important tips and ideas for the workspace of the future. Participants in the webinar, which is free of charge, will have an opportunity to question the analyst about the research findings.

The hour-long webinar will give participants an insight into why current changes in technology and the working world pose great challenges to IT management and indeed to the productivity and efficiency of the entire company. The Forrester Research analyst is set to make use of the latest primary research findings, to explain how best to tackle these developments.

Johnson will explain the 'five key challenges' for the future of digital workspace management and explain why companies will not be able to avoid adapting their IT environments accordingly. The webinar also addresses how this can be specifically applied to IT management and how the workspace of the future or its availability can be designed.

"Today, work is no longer restricted to a certain time or place. Working environments are now more fluid and employees can independently 'switch on or off' thanks to the latest technical developments," says Oliver Bendig, VP Product Management at Matrix42. "The webinar will demonstrate how IT departments can implement this new way of working as effectively as possible without relinquishing control. We are delighted to have David K. Johnson on board to discuss the IT workspace of the future."

Participants will have the opportunity to ask questions after Johnson's presentation. There is no charge for the webinar, however, there are a limited number of places so early registration is advised to avoid disappointment.

For more information about the webinar and details of how to sign up, visit:

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