Co-founder and Chief Strategy Officer Greg Keller Keynotes Future of Work Session
and Hosts Customer Roadshow
LONDON, UK — June 9, 2022 — JumpCloud today announced the company’s lead sponsorship of London Tech Week. The company’s Chief Strategy Officer Greg Keller will take part in one of the keynote sessions at the Future of Work Summit on 15 June as part of London Tech Week, covering the impact of technology on workforces and the challenges around new and emerging approaches to work in general.
Keller will take part in the keynote panel on Wellbeing in the Workplace, covering how companies can improve their working practices as well as think through the impact on mental health from changing patterns over time. This panel session will include the following speakers:
- Ariela Safira, founder and CEO for mental health care company Real
- Belinda Finch, Chief Information Officer at telecommunications provider Three
- Michael Acton Smith, co-founder and co-CEO for mental wellness application brand Calm
- Magnus Falk, Chief Information Officer for communications platform Zoom
Following this, Keller will take part in a keynote interview with Lara Young, group climate change director for Costain Group, entitled “How Tech Is Powering Productivity in our Humanised Workforce: A Conversation with JumpCloud.”
“Supporting effective work in the future will mean thinking about the different requirements that individuals and businesses have, from how to give employees secure, frictionless access to the resources they need to make work happen, to the mental health challenges that we all face from a rapidly changing world. From an IT perspective, we can make those processes easier so people can concentrate wherever and whenever they have to work. We also have to consider the impact on the people that provide and support those services, making it easier to deliver the right support where and when people need it,” commented Keller.
Alongside the public events during the Future of Work Summit, JumpCloud will support customer roundtable sessions for attendees and customers to discuss what they have heard at the event, and what ideas they can put into practice within their organisations to improve their results.
The Future of Work Summit will feature an introduction from the Right Honorable Nadine Dorries, Secretary of State for the UK Government’s Department of Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, and it will take place at The Queen Elizabeth II Centre, London on the 15 June. For more details on the event, visit https://londontechweek.com/events/future-of-work-summit-people-and-skills/.
During the week, JumpCloud will also host customers for one of its roadshow events in London to cover the issues that are taking place around managing user identities and devices. As part of the Cloud Directory 101 series, JumpCloud will provide customers with the chance to network and discuss the future for their remote and hybrid work strategies, as well as how their IT and systems administrator teams can support more effective service delivery for their employees using automation.
Taking place at the Covent Garden Hotel on 14 June, the event will bring together contacts from customers and partners to learn more about how to support their future work strategies. Registration for the event is available online at https://jumpcloud.com/events/cloud-directory-101-access-granted-london-june-2022.
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