The Future of the Digital Workplace
An Executive Dinner
7th November 2019, 6PM
One King West Hotel | Toronto
Our fast-paced digital age promises more workplace productivity and flexibility than ever before – yet we spend the majority of our day on time consuming tasks like search and email.
To design a better way, we need to take a closer look at how the world is changing. We need to understand “how, when and why” people work the way they do.
The average employee spends 90,000 hours of their life working – so at Dropbox, our goal is to help innovate business systems without disrupting mission critical processes along the way.
Join in the discussion – and help Dropbox discover how best to empower your employees…by giving them back their time, improving their efficiency – and eliminating workplace decision fatigue.
Anthony Albano is a Senior Enterprise Architect at Dropbox. He is responsible for leveraging the power of the Dropbox platform to create solutions that help Dropbox’s customers gain competitive advantages. He is spearheading initiatives to reimagine the enterprise solutions strategy and partners closely with product development to ensure product roadmap alignment with Dropbox’s top customers.
Prior to Dropbox Anthony advised Fortune 500 organizations on the transition to and adoption of cloud solutions at Accudata Systems, a Houston-based systems integrator. While there, he led a team of specialized consultants in the implementation of these solutions. Once cloud began to mature, Anthony shifted focus to cloud-first deployments and leveraging connected ecosystems with best of breed products to drive even more value to businesses.
One King West Hotel
Address: 1 King St W, Toronto, ON M5H 1A1, Canada
Thursday, 7th November 2019 | 6:00PM – 10:00PM
Selected by over 400,000 teams globally, Dropbox Business is a secure collaboration platform that allows companies to meet the demands of the digital age, where speed, efficiency and data security are key. Custom built for enterprise, Dropbox Business centralizes content which is often scattered across multiple apps and simplifies collaboration without the need for constant switching between different tools.