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Adapting and Preparing for What's Next

We invite you to join our live Ask the Experts Panel to discuss How to Adapt and Prepare for What’s Next.

Business models are being re-written. Companies are now working remotely. Sustainability and scalability are key. How are other businesses managing? Learn about the challenges other organizations are facing, how they are adapting and what the future could hold based on trends and insights we are experiencing and seeing from the market.

Themes of Discussion

  • Identifying Cost Controls

  • Compliance and Governance

  • Managing Sprawl and Shadow IT

  • Increasing Security in today’s landscape

  • Change Management Practices

  • Remote Workforce Productivity

  • Learnings from your Peers


This event will be a live and open session which will kick off with our Panel of Experts setting the stage. We will then address questions from the audience (Both pre-submitted, and live).

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Date: Tuesday April 21st 

Time: 2:00pm EDT/11:00amPDT

"For some organizations, near-term survival is the only agenda item. Others are peering through the fog of uncertainty, thinking about how to position themselves once the crisis has passed and things return to normal. The question is, ‘What will normal look like?’ While no one can say how long the crisis will last, what we find on the other side will not look like the normal of recent years.”


These words were written 11 years ago, amid the last global financial crisis, by one of McKinsey's former managing partners, Ian Davis.

Meet our Experts

Quinton Barber, Senior Consultant


Kevin Bernstein, Senior Consultant

Change Management & Adoption

John De Los Reyes, Global Practice Lead

Business Management & Transformation

Kevin Hooton, North American Practice Director

Software Sprawl and Shadow

Chris Loar, Lead Microsoft Advisory 

Compliance and Governance

Jim Nagurney, Sr. Licensing Consultant

Compliance and Negotiations

Khristy Young, North American Practice Director

Unified Collaboration and Voice