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Remote Work - The New Normal

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Thursday, February 18th @ 1 pm ET

Overview:

During this discussion we will examine how the new normal from a remote work standpoint. Topics will include but are not limited to the following:

  • Enabling remote work quickly (either via end-user-computing tools like Desktop as a Service, Virtual Desktop Infrastructure or Virtual Application Infrastructure.
  • The challenge of scaling it, including monitoring the user experience and overall performance.
  • The challenge of securing it

Speakers:

(listed alphabetically)

Brad Blake - Vice President, Information Technology @ Preservation of Affordable Housing

Brad Blake is POAH’s Vice President of Information Technology directing the organization’s information technology strategies and ensuring IT services are appropriate to support POAH’s mission. Brad establishes the company’s technical vision and leads all aspects of the company’s technology development, platforms, partnerships, external relationships and IT projects.

He manages IT assets, software cycles and licensing and leads the internal IT Steering Committee. He also serves as part of the long term POAH strategic planning committee. Brad previously served as the Chief Technology Officer for Steward Health Care and Boston Medical Center, where he led all aspects of IT.

He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration from Trinity College and is a graduate of the Executive Management and Leadership program at the Sloan School of Management at MIT.

Supporting Shriners Hospitals for Children
David Hellman - SVP Operations & IT @ Pan-Mass Challenge

David Hellman is Senior Vice President, IT and Operations for the Pan-Mass Challenge. He joined the organization full-time in 2000, after his 10thyear riding for the cause. His background in technology and commitment to customer service is reflected in the fundraising and logistical tools he has developed and implemented to improve the PMC rider and volunteer experience. David’s career began in ski area management in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, where he leveraged his ski instructor experience with an affinity for software development to create the industry’s first ski school management system. He went from Director of Information Systems at Steamboat to VP of Commercial Operations at Purgatory Resort in Durango, Colorado and also worked as VP of Operations for a Chicago department store chain prior to joining the PMC.

Supporting Pan-Mass Challenge
Billy Lewis - Director, Information Technology @ State Garden

Bio coming soon.

Supporting TBD
Dan O'Neil - Vice President & Chief Information Officer @ Care Dimensions

Bio coming soon.

Supporting TBD

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