Understanding the Digital Workplace at UC Expo 2018

April 11, 2018 by Tom Pressley

City of London on the Thames river

At its core, the future of work is defined by the changing nature of flexibility. The most successful businesses aren’t those with the coolest office plans, the latest technologies, or the most far-reaching remote work policies – thriving companies understand the right balance between these pillars to give the power back to the employees themselves. Rather than dictate the parameters by which staff can succeed, game changing businesses put the onus on the employees to find their best path to productivity. This upcoming May 16-17, Fuze will join fellow leaders in workplace collaboration at UC Expo 2018 in London to dive deeper into the future of work and how businesses can best understand rapidly changing employee expectations.


Several of our own thought leaders will be onsite, leading in-depth discussions on topics ranging from fostering greater productivity in the digital workplace to unveiling new research which reveals employee perceptions and preferences when it comes to the future of work (more on this later). Here’s everything you need to know about Fuze’s upcoming sessions at #UCExpo:

  • Workforce Futures: Unlocking the Human Potential (May 16, 12:20-1:20pm) 


At a time where large enterprises like IBM and Yahoo are calling people back to the office, remote and flexible work are growing in popularity. Based on new global research surveying 6,600 employees across 10 countries, Fuze’s VP of Product Michael Affronti will share new findings on worker preferences on how, when, and where people like to work; what makes work effective; the role of automation/AI; and to what extent are we unlocking our human potential.

  • Productivity in the Digital Workplace (May 16, 1:40-2:10pm & May 17, 11:40-12:10pm)


With fewer people commuting to a traditional office every day of the week, how should you reevaluate productivity? As we bear witness to a multi-generational workforce consisting of employees that defines productivity differently, the digital workplace must continue to move from being an idea to becoming a reality. In this session, Fuze’s Product Strategist, Bradlee Allen will discuss programs for keeping employees engaged while maximizing the productivity of a multi-generational workforce. He will also discuss how technology can support efforts to facilitate communication with distributed workers.


Interested in scheduling a demo with the Fuze team on the show floor? Tweet @Fuze for more details. Or, find us during the conference at stand E123.


Tom Pressley
Tom Pressley

Tom is the worldwide director of marketing for Fuze.

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