· Hawaii (GMT -10:00)
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The workspace of the future has already arrived. To stay competitive and attract and retain top talent, businesses are having to rethink their workspace strategies. Remote and hybrid workplaces are now as great a factor as health and safety in selecting a place to work. Striking the right balance between offering this flexibility to employees and protecting your company from cyberthreats can be a challenge.

At this Hawaiian Telcom University session, we’ll share strategies to modernize your business, help you source the best talent and keep your current employees happy, all while keeping your data secure. We’ll also demo tools to equip your businesses to stay competitive in this time of transformation.

Discussion topics:

- Outcomes of 2021 and predictions for 2022

- Tools to help sustain a hybrid work environment (including demos)

- Managing security needs of the modern workspace

- Using technology to drive employee engagement

- Steps you can take today to position your business for success
CEO and Founder, OpStack Inc
Evan has worked as an executive, consultant, analyst, and software engineer in the architecture, design, implementation, and maintenance of complex information systems and software products for mission-critical applications, most often in the financial services industry.
He has served as Group Head for Technology Operations at KPMG and VP Architecture at Dealertrack Technologies. Previous experience included serving as CTO at both Credit Suisse First Boston and the Collaborative Software Initiative, as well as in engineering roles at Bankers Trust, DEC, and CDC.
Senior Product Manager of Advanced Services, CBTS | Hawaiian Telcom
Jason has over 20 years in the high-tech industry driving new technology innovation. Most recently in the semiconductor space where he led the fastest growing portfolio segment for pSemi and prior to that product applications and account management for Qualcomm. He’s served in a multitude of product roles spanning design, development, manufacturing, marketing and launch to scale driving strategy and execution for some of the industry’s most tech forward platforms. Jason’s current role with Hawaiian Telcom is focused on bringing advanced products and services to Hawaii’s growing businesses.