Digital Workplace Services hits the ground at IBM Think 2019

By: Herb Hernandez

The development of a digital workplace strategy can be a tall order for organizations looking to embrace new technologies without sacrificing productivity and employee satisfaction. A serious shift has taken place in the enterprise space and employees are calling for rapid change.

No longer is the “one size fits” acceptable, workers expect a personalized experience in the workplace as well as accelerators like WaaS (workplace-as-a-service) and cognitive applications like Watson. In fact, IBM’s Digital Workplace Services now has more than 7.7M + mobile devices under management and supports 2.3M employee end-users.

With this massive change comes even more opportunity. The IBM Think conference, February 12-15, 2019 is the foremost gathering of IBM Digital Workplace Services experts, technologists and leaders within this industry space. Join us and discover what’s next for workplace transformation.

Register TODAY for IBM Think 2019.

Here’s where you can find us:

Reinvent how you do work with the Modern Digital Workplaces (Session ID: 5373)

Monique Ouellette, Vice President

Tue, Feb 12 / 11:30-12:10am

InterContinental Ballroom B (145)

Lifecycle managed services for IoT devices (Session ID: 5001)

Rahul Pathak, Offering Manager

Tue, Feb 12 / 12:30-1:10pm

InterContinental Grand Ballroom C (200)

Do you really need a desktop? Three trends driving change in the modern digital workplace. (Session ID: 7197)

Henry Cipriano, Senior Global Alliance Executive for VMware

Wed, Feb 13 / 9:30-10:10am.

InterContinental Grand Ballroom C (200)

Turnkey Mobile Device Management for Midsize Businesses with IBM Digital Workplace as a Service (Session ID: 5131)

Harieram Shashidhar, Offering Manager

Wed, Feb 13 / 12:30-1:10pm

InterContinental Sutter (80)

Personalized End User Experience with IBM Workplace Support Services with Watson (Session ID: 6641)

Amit Rai and Vishal Joshi, Offering Manager

Wed, Feb 13 / 3:30-4:10pm

InterContinental Grand Ballroom C (200)

IBM and MS365 for the Digital Culture (Session ID: 5330)

Darren McGrath, 
Global Microsoft Alliance Manager

Thur, Feb 14 / 10:30-11:10am

InterContinental Ballroom B (145)

A new standard for managing device costs: IBM Device Health with Watson

(Session ID: 5307)

Gene Morita, Offering Manager

Thu, Feb 14 / 2:30-3:10pm

InterContinental Ballroom B (145)

 

 

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About The Author

Herb Hernandez

Global Product Marketing Leader, IBM Digital Workplace Services

Herb Hernandez is a marketing professional with over 25 years of experience across both services and hardware. In his current role, Herb leads a global marketing team supporting IBM Digital Workplace Services business. Herb has a BA in Psychology and Philosophy from Northwestern University and an MBA in Marketing and Organizational Behavior from the University... Read more

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