CIO Digital Roundtable: Redefining the workplace for 2021 and beyond

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Enabling and ensuring a safe and productive return to work for all employees will be a new year resolution for many CIOs in 2021 and this brings a whole host of decisions to be made in the early part of the year.

Hardening systems for a hybrid working world where employees will increasingly be in and out of the office throughout the year, all while maintaining productivity levels with flexible cloud-based services, will be the holy grail for any CIO.

The good news is many organisations will be well along this road after the mass adoption of technology enabling remote work in 2020. Now the priority will be strategic technology decision making around integration of key tools and data while securing this broader working environment with zero trust practices.

At this CIO Roundtable with Trustmarque and Dell Technologies you will get the opportunity to discuss these return to work plans for 2021 with your peers from across industries under Chatham House Rule, as well as:

  • How to ensure a safe return to the office in 2021
  • Where to make investments to ensure better workplace resiliency for years to come
  • How to secure and optimise the digital workplace with zero trust principles


Scott Carey

Scott Carey, Group Editor UK B2B - IDG UK

Scott is an experienced enterprise technology journalist, as comfortable writing analysis as he is hosting industry events and appearing on broadcast media. He has a keen interest in big IT and cloud vendors, deep knowledge of the SaaS market and digital transformation at some of the UK’s biggest companies, and a contacts book that covers the industry from top to bottom.

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Trustmarque are an award-winning IT partner who delivers customer-centric IT solutions that deliver better outcomes. For over 30 years, we’ve empowered our customers to work smarter and run their businesses more effectively, with long-standing relationships in the public and private sectors.

Who should attend

Registrations are now open for UK C-Level executives, Head of IT and IT Directors from companies of 100+ employees.