On-Demand Webinar: The Work-from-Anywhere Questions All Businesses Should Be Asking



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While the worldwide COVID-19 outbreak has dramatically increased the number of employees working from home (or working from anywhere else outside of the traditional office environment), don’t expect organizations to return to the status quo once the pandemic ends. A recent Gartner survey found that 82% of companies plan to permit employees to work remotely at least part of the time after the coronavirus runs its course, and 47 percent intend to offer full-time remote work options moving forward.

But instead of seizing the opportunity to fully transform operations and maximize productivity for a world in which work-from-anywhere is the new normal, too many businesses implemented temporary workarounds as they scrambled simply to survive the pandemic. As a result, many trusted advisers were inundated by customers with a litany of technology questions, and many clients were left vulnerable and forced to make decisions on the fly, without the level of information and insight to which they’ve become accustomed.

A new way of working demands new, comprehensive solutions. Join Channel Partners/Channel Futures and Ooma for answers to the burning questions facing all companies as work-from-anywhere flexibility becomes the rule, not the exception. Topics include:

  • How telecommuting has transformed business operations, and what additional changes lie ahead
  • Why organizations must address work-from-anywhere access as a universal/global experience, not just a regional issue
  • How to meet your customers’ evolving technology, security and communication needs

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Gina Kennedy-Toney

Gina Kennedy-Toney

Gina Kennedy-Toney is a marketing executive with more than 20 years’ experience across many technical arenas; specifically cloud services to include cloud communications, connectivity, security and computing. Her experience is unique in that she has a far-reaching background in sales, affording her the insight to understand customer needs as well as partners’ requirements, essential to educate and acquire customers, close business and drive revenue “north of normal.”

Gina recently left the corporate world although she continues to serve the technology community as a sought-after consultant and subject matter expert for cloud technology, leadership, sales and marketing. She has mentored veteran women entering the technology field and previously served on the Channel Partners’ Advisory Board and the Public Relations/Communications committee for the Alliance of Channel Women. Gina has held positions with Fusion, Nortel, Genesys and Premiere Global Inc.

David Beagle of Ooma

David Beagle

David Beagle, head of channels at Ooma, has a unique capability to develop a go-to-market program that can fit with any type of partner. He previously was the senior director of channel services at Office Depot, where he built out a channel for a managed service offering. Recognized three times by CRN as a leading channel chief, he has led efforts to build, expand and grow opportunity engagements and revenue.  Currently, David serves on the CompTIA Channel Advisory Board.  During his more than 15 years of experience in UCaaS/hosted VoIP at companies like ShoreTel, Fonality and M5 Networks, he has helped partners identify and take advantage of revenue opportunities.



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