Enterprise mobile collaboration leader harmon.ie today announced a Gigaom webinar exploring how companies can empower end users to efficiently manage their workload in the cloud amid an increasing variety of disjointed applications. The webinar, “Making Sense Out of Chaos, While Avoiding Vendor Lock-In,” will be held from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. PT on December 17, 2014 and feature VP of Product Strategy David Lavenda, as well as Gigaom digital workplace analysts.
Larry Hawes, Principal at Dow Brook Advisory Services, will moderate an interactive discussion between panelists David Lavenda, Daniel Rasmus, Industry Analyst at the HiveMind Network, and Philip Sheldrake, Managing Partner at Euler Partners. The presenters will examine how companies can successfully give users a digital workstream of the most relevant updates from disparate cloud sources in a useful business context. They will also discuss how to overcome the information overload crisis, avoid cloud vendor lock-in and align line of business and IT, while ensuring adoption and minimizing training.
“End users are struggling to be productive despite a constant barrage of notifications from different cloud services,” noted Lavenda. “This is an all-star cast, and attendees should expect to gain a better understanding of how to achieve the promise of the enterprise cloud without worrying about vendor lock-in or information overload.”
Visit the Gigaom Research Webinar Registration Page to sign up and secure your spot for the webinar.
harmon.ie empowers the digital workplace by delivering the single-screen contextual workstream today’s tech-saturated users demand. Giving companies a way to securely support their employees’ changing work dynamic, harmon.ie now delivers the seamless user experience needed to increase productivity and collaboration, and to make the right business decisions anytime, anywhere and on any device. An established global company, harmon.ie combines the power of the top enterprise applications and collaboration platforms – including IBM, Microsoft, Salesforce and Yammer – to help its thousands of customers around the globe achieve the promise of the digital workplace.