Halfway through 2021, we will look at the current state of remote workforces and the effects on AV/IT staff and infrastructure. What processes and technologies have emerged out of necessity? Which tasks have become more difficult to accomplish or maintain? At this stage of the pandemic, what processes are going to stick around going forward? Join the conversation and share your experiences through this unique time in our industry.
Join the May Power Hour to learn how to:
- Review the current state of the remote workforce.
- Identify changes that companies have made to accommodate the increase in digital participation.
- Discuss barriers and solutions to common issues surrounding remote workforces.
Workspace trends are moving towards smaller, more flexible spaces, with more remote working over the long-term according to AVIXA’s IOTA report. Corporate technology managers and integrators can get the latest on key developments and trends for the digital workplace in AVIXA’s monthly Conferencing and Collaboration Power Hour. Learn more about the Conferencing & Collaboration Power Hour series.
Kay Sargent, ASID, IIDA, CID, LEED AP, MCR/w, WELL AP
Director of WorkPlace
- With more than 35 years of experience, Kay is a recognized expert on workplace design and strategy issues.
- She is an award-winning designer who has worked with several Fortune 500 companies to optimize their global real estate portfolios and create innovative work environments based on their unique organizational DNA.
- As Co-Director of HOK’s WorkPlace team, a practice that supports organizations undertaking multiple projects in various locations, and a member of HOK’s Board of Directors, Kay is responsible for helping clients redefine how, when and where their people work, and supports a holistic design approach that integrates an organization’s people, processes and technology
Founder and CTO
- Christopher Jaynes founded Mersive Technologies in 2006 and now serves as CTO.
- He received his Bachelor of Science degree with honors from the School of Computer Science at the University of Utah and went on to receive his doctoral degree at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst where he worked on artificial intelligence and human-computer interaction technologies.
- His work in academics and at Mersive has led to over 100 published scientific articles, over 20 patents, and the National Science Foundation CAREER award, which recognizes emerging leaders in their scientific field early in their career.
- In 2019, he was awarded the Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year award for the Rocky Mountain region, recognizing his business and community leadership.
10 May 2021
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Eastern Standard Time