Wednesday, December 9 | 10:00 am PST/1:00 pm EST

Teams like yours understand the realities of working remotely on complex projects. Files associated with these projects are becoming larger and more varied and the number of internal and external collaborators working with them is also increasing. Content is often spread across different tools and email chains, so it is hard to know what is up to date or final. As files grow in size and type, feedback loops, edit cycles, and project sign-off slows down. Finally, this lack of centralization can lead to content getting lost, deleted, or even falling into the wrong hands.

If you or your teams have experienced collaboration difficulties — especially dealing with large files — you’re not alone.  Join our upcoming webinar featuring Chris Marsh, Principal Research Analyst at 451 Research. He’ll share what they’ve learned about virtual collaboration at 451 Research and how some of their customers are maintaining productivity in a remote work environment.

 
 

Speakers:

Chris Marsh

Principal Research Analyst, Workforce Productivity & Collaboration, 451 Research

Bio

Bio

As Principal Research Analyst, Chris Marsh sets the vision for and manages the Workforce Productivity and Collaboration practice at 451 Research, a part of S&P Global Market Intelligence. The WPC practice focuses on a broad range of enterprise software including technologies supporting workforce planning, project and work management, collaboration, content and innovation management, learning and skilling and content creation. The team also covers the full spectrum of HR technologies from candidate marketing and recruitment through core HR processes and out to new types of employee engagement tool. As part of his role, Chris owns the team's Voice of the Enterprise survey data product, which surveys a mix of business and technology leaders and employees around the pain points, frustrations, aspirations and strategies supporting workforce productivity and engagement. The WPC practice has worked with hundreds of enterprise, technology vendor and investor clients providing compelling strategy analysis, data analysis, market and competitive intelligence to a range of CEOs, CMOs, CPOs, strategy, corporate development, communications, analyst relations, senior product marketers and product management teams.

Chris Marsh

Principal Research Analyst, Workforce Productivity & Collaboration, 451 Research

As Principal Research Analyst, Chris Marsh sets the vision for and manages the Workforce Productivity and Collaboration practice at 451 Research, a part of S&P Global Market Intelligence. The WPC practice focuses on a broad range of enterprise software including technologies supporting workforce planning, project and work management, collaboration, content and innovation management, learning and skilling and content creation. The team also covers the full spectrum of HR technologies from candidate marketing and recruitment through core HR processes and out to new types of employee engagement tool. As part of his role, Chris owns the team's Voice of the Enterprise survey data product, which surveys a mix of business and technology leaders and employees around the pain points, frustrations, aspirations and strategies supporting workforce productivity and engagement. The WPC practice has worked with hundreds of enterprise, technology vendor and investor clients providing compelling strategy analysis, data analysis, market and competitive intelligence to a range of CEOs, CMOs, CPOs, strategy, corporate development, communications, analyst relations, senior product marketers and product management teams.

David Stafford

Head of Enterprise Solutions at Dropbox

Bio

Bio

David Stafford is Head of Solutions for Dropbox where he is responsible for defining strategies to help Dropbox customers achieve success in the areas of collaboration, employee empowerment and productivity. Prior to Dropbox, David spent 5 years at VMware as Director of End User Computing and 15 years advancing enterprise IT at industry leaders including Cisco Systems and Dow Corning.

David Stafford

Head of Enterprise Solutions at Dropbox

David Stafford is Head of Solutions for Dropbox where he is responsible for defining strategies to help Dropbox customers achieve success in the areas of collaboration, employee empowerment and productivity. Prior to Dropbox, David spent 5 years at VMware as Director of End User Computing and 15 years advancing enterprise IT at industry leaders including Cisco Systems and Dow Corning.

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