CDW TECH TALK SERIES
How Innovation Drives New Connections Within Your Workforce
On-Demand Video | CDW Virtual Events Hub
This is not your parents’ workforce. As digital natives make up a growing portion of the workforce, businesses are reaching a turning point. They need tools that meet workers’ needs and enable them to work effectively in the ways they feel most comfortable.
Watch As Work Evolves, a New Workforce Emerges, where we’ll look at technologies and strategies that help companies address these workforce challenges and share some insights the retail industry has learned.
- Joe Hasenzahl, Senior Manager of B2B Mobility, Samsung
- Christopher Acereto, IT Infrastructure Manager, Victor Community Support Services
- Wesley Bischoff, Executive Account Manager, CDW
WE’LL ANSWER QUESTIONS LIKE:
- How have work and the workforce changed, and what new demands is this placing on employers?
- How can technology tools improve the work experience for employees?
- How are use cases for technology tools changing in segments such as retail?
- What impact can infrastructure modernization have on employees?
- What are the key considerations for organizations engaging in an IT overhaul?
- How can a partner help with these efforts?
This webcast was recorded live as part of our broader CDW Tech Talk conversation about empowering teams. Register for the series to unlock access to the CDW Virtual Events Hub, where you can watch this and other webcasts in the on-demand library.
Joe Hasenzahl is the senior manager of business development in the retail vertical for Samsung Mobile B2B. In this role, Joe is responsible for industry partnerships, thought leadership, marketing, sales enablement, and developing solutions. Joe works with the sales organization to deliver insights and grow market share.
Joe’s brain is split right down the middle between technology and marketing. Trial-by-fire experience in retail operations, store systems and shopper experiences makes him a Swiss Army Knife when it comes to crushing a better mousetrap. He reads weird tech stuff for fun but sparks the room when he talks about it. Joe graduated with a BSM from Pepperdine University, lives in Los Angeles and has run the past five LA marathons. Joe was on the primetime game show, The Weakest Link. It was the most-watched, most-won episode in the history of the show. He left with nothing.