Crimson Innovation Conference goes virtual

Emily Schilling Events, News

In response to the coronavirus, it has been decided that Crimson’s Innovation Conference will switch from being a physical event to going virtual.

Starting promptly at 11:30 on Tuesday 17 March, the abridged 90-minute virtual conference will switch its focus to REMOTE READINESS and how a wider workforce can embrace homeworking and team collaboration.

The Conference will include a panel discussion from some of the previously advertised speakers on how we prepare our business for imminent challenges brought about by the coronavirus – technologically, culturally and psychologically.

We’ll also ask whether a shift to more remote working could lead to an increase in productivity, as well as any negative side effects. 

Our Solutions team will share with you more about Microsoft Teams and how this collaboration platform can be used to respond to the challenges posed by the panel. We’ll also take a look at how Teams can handle potential coronavirus outbreaks in your organisation.

The webinar will be held on Microsoft Teams which is available for anyone with a laptop or phone to use. You do not need to have a Microsoft license, you can simply click on the link below to join on Tuesday morning. There is also an opportunity to ask the panel questions throughout the webinar. 

TO JOIN THE CONFERENCE CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW AT 11.30AM ON TUESDAY 17TH MARCH:

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If you have any questions about the webinar, contact us via our live chat service.