Is office centricity dead?
As the world begins to fully reopen for business, many of us are emerging with changed expectations both of where and how to do business going forward.
Working remotely out of necessity has opened our eyes to the constraints and costs of being tied to a physical workplace, paper-based processes, and active and legacy paper records.
It has also shown us the possibilities of being able to have an “office” essentially anywhere and forced us to consider downsizing our physical office space.
This rapid and sometimes haphazard shift from an office-centric environment to remote work has revived interest in once dormant digital transformation projects and underscores why digital transformation is essential to building a more responsive, flexible, and resilient business.
Watch as this panel discusses:
With over 30 years experience advising organizations large & small, John Montaña has long been considered one of the top experts in the world on all domestic and global records and information management issues.— John Montaña, J.D., FIIM, FAIVP, Information Governance SolutionsAccess
John Kain is a respected authority on all aspects of information management and governance, with a deep focus in retention scheduling, policy matters, legal compliance and privacy within the international arena.— John KainVP, Information Governance SolutionsAccess