Experience how the IT Workplace of the future will look like - now

An diesem Event werden IT Workplace Innovationen anhand von realisierten Projekten in der Schweiz und International vorgestellt.

Zudem werden neue und zukünftige IT Workplace Produkte und Services von führenden Anbietern in einer Ausstellung und Live Demos gezeigt werden.

Wir freuen uns auf Ihren Besuch.

Feedback von Teilnehmern

"Die Veranstaltung war eine positive Überraschung für mich. Die Qualität der Beiträge, die Moderation und insbesondere die hohe Qualität an Kundenkontakten waren für uns das Sponsoring wert."
Yves Suelzle, Leiter Produkt Marketing Workspace & Collaboration, Swisscom

"Der Event ist sehr wertvoll, nicht nur der spannenden Vorträge wegen. Auch das Gespräch mit Firmen, welche sich ähnlichen Aufgabenstellungen widmen, empfinde ich als äusserst sinnvoll. Workplace Verantwortliche können von Erfahrungen gegenseitig profitieren und sich austauschen. Zudem hat man die Möglichkeit, mit Lösungs- und Dienstleistungsanbietern zu diskutieren und somit den Blick auf den Markt zu aktualisieren. Das breitgefächerte Spektrum an Themen bietet für jeden etwas. Sicherlich ein Forum das den Besuch wert ist."
Sascha Happle, Leiter IT Workplace, Novartis

Letzter Event

Dieser Event wird organisiert von:


  • 13:30
    Creating a compelling employee experience for The Future Workplace
    Jeanne Meister, Founding Partner, Future Workplace

    In times of constant and accelerated change, organizations must prepare for the future workforce and workplace. The Future of HR one hour keynote will prepare HR leaders to anticipate the forces emerging that are reshaping the workplace and challenging HR leaders to re-think, re-imagine and re-invent the processes, practices and programs that have been in place.

    Creating A Compelling Employee Experience examines five trends from Airbnb, Cisco, MasterCard and IBM in how they are creating a consumer grade experience for employees and partnering with HR, IT, Employer Brand team members to pilot new workplace practices in recruiting, learning and employee engagement. The Five trends will be discussed in detail along with company case studies and they include:

    • Employee Experience: Make The Workplace An Experience
    • Intelligent Technologies: Leverage a range of technologies including artificial intelligence to enhance the employee experience
    • Learning & Development: Leverage MOOC's and digital badges for learning & recruiting talent
    • Leadership: Design hackathons and other innovative methods to provide employees a voice in generating new solutions for the organization
    • New Roles For The Workplace: Identify new jobs roles for 2028

    All attendees who register and attend this webinar will receive a e-Book of the best selling The Future Workplace Experience, 10 Rules For Mastering Disruption in Recruiting and Engaging Employees.

    The Employee Experience Is the Future Of Work

  • 14:30
    Audio and video conferencing solutions
    Mike Adams, Channel Manager EMEA, Zoom Video Communications
    Cengiz Senturk, Territory Manager / Key Account Manager, Plantronics
    Giangi Galeazzi, Channel Account Manager, Polycom
  • 16:00
    Mobile Management für Großunternehmen
    Markus Eichhorn, Country Manager Switzerland, MobileIron

    Schützen Sie Ihre Cloud Daten auf den mobilen Geräten/Apps.

    Erkennung und Bekämpfung von Threads auf mobilen Geräten wie z.B.

    • Man in the Middle
    • Maleware
  • 17:30
    Ausstellung, Networking & Apèro
    • Business laptops/touchpads/mobiles
    • Audio and Video conferencing
    • Mobile device and enterprise mobility management
    • Shared office spaces


Jeanne Meister

Jeanne is Partner, Future Workplace, a HR Executive Network and research firm dedicated to the future of learning and working.

Jeanne is co-author of the award winning book, The Future Workplace Experience: 10 Rules For Mastering Disruption in Recruiting and Engaging Employees published in 2017. The Future Workplace Experience is recipient of Axiom award for Best Business book for HR and Learning Professionals in 2017.

You can learn more about the book and recent media by visiting: http://thefutureworkplaceexperience.com/

Jeanne is the recipient of the Distinguished Contribution in Workplace Learning Award, an award given by Association For Talent Development to one executive each year honoring their body of work.

She is also a Contributor to Forbes Magazine and her column is at: http://blogs.forbes.com/jeannemeister/.

Jeanne is also the co-author of the book, The 2020 Workplace: How Innovative Companies Attract, Develop & Keep Tomorrow’s Employees Today.

Glassdoor named Jeanne to the top 50 Influencers in Corporate Human Resources.

Jeanne’s books have been translated into Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese and Estonian. In addition, Jeanne has written articles in such publications as AACSB, Association of Business Schools, Chronicle of Higher Education, CLO Magazine, Financial Times, Fast Company, Harvard Business Review, Harvard Management Update, HR Executive, Journal of Business Strategy, TRAINING, T&D Magazine, Outlook, a publication of Accenture, and People & Strategy Journal.

Jeanne is on the edX Corporate Advisory Board as well as the Board of Advisors for Kronos Workforce Institute. Jeanne appears frequently on CNBC Power Lunch, Fox Business, CNN, WPIX, and NPR Market Place.

Jeanne was previously Vice President of Market Development at Accenture. Jeanne lives in New York City and Columbia County, New York with her family.

Mike Adams

Mike Adams has been in the tech industry for more than 25 years, including roles at Apple, HP and Polycom.

Mike loves to evangelise the latest workplace technology innovations, and has delivered thousands of demos, presentations and keynotes to senior enterprise clients and partners.

Mike currently manages and develops all Zoom technology partners in Europe, Middle-East & Africa, and promotes the workplace of the future powered by Zoom.

Giangi Galeazzi

Giangi Galeazzi ist seit über 3 Jahren bei Polycom Schweiz tätig und in dieser Funktion für die Channel Partners (Distributoren und Reseller) zuständig. Polycom ist ein weltweit führender Hersteller von UC Lösungen.

Der Erfinder der «Konferenz-Spinne» ist vor allem im Microsoft SfB/O365/TEAMS Umfeld, der weltweit führende Anbieter von Business- und Konferenz-Telefone, Audio- und Videokonferenz-Lösungen für kleine bis sehr grosse Konferenzräume, sowie Lösungen für Wireless Content Sharing und Video Plattform Interop. Soft- und Hardware.

Jenny Schäpper-Uster

Jenny Schäpper-Uster is the co-founder and president of Coworking Switzerland, co-founder and partner of the VillageOffice Cooperative as well as Büro Lokal Coworking in Wil SG.

She has extensive experience working with small and medium-sized enterprises, prior to discovering coworking in 2013 for herself and the opportunities it opens up for society as a whole.

Ms. Schäpper-Uster holds a B.A. in Business Administration from Boston University and a Masters of International Management from the University of Lausanne in Switzerland.

Cengiz Senturk

Cengiz Sentürk ist Territory Manager / Key Account Manager bei der Plantronics B.V.

Zu seinen Hauptaufgaben bei Plantronics gehören die Betreuung und Gewinnung der größten Unternehmen der Schweiz, sowie die internationale Koordination von multinational ausgerichteten, schweizer Unternehmen.

Sentürk verfügt über umfangreiche Vertriebserfahrungen und bringt tiefes Verständnis der telco-Industrie mit. Die Arbeit als Key Account Manager für Alcatel-Lucent, Orange Business Services und Siemens in seinen bisherigen Rollen hat zu einem breiten und tiefen Wissen über UCC und Contact Center sowie Vernetzungstechnologie geführt.

Ralf Haller

Ralf Haller's 20 year IT career has spanned various marketing and business development roles, based on his training as an electrical engineer and masters in Telecommunication Systems (Karlsruhe Technology Institute).

His career started while at university, when he took an assistant role in the USA. Later, he excelled as an IT project manager for large key account clients at CompuNet in Munich and also worked in Hong Kong supporting the Asian region.

This prompted his move to Silicon Valley where he lived for many years, working as a Product Manager for successful startups building datacommunication equipment.

Since 2001, Ralf provides product marketing support and has organised specialist IT events in Switzerland that explore current IT trends and introduce the Swiss market to new and pioneering technologies from Silicon Valley.

Owing to his strong links with Silicon Valley, the Swiss cantons rely on him as a valued advisor for fresh and exciting startup activities emerging from there.

Ralf is also the organizer of international high-tech, innovation, entrepreneurship and business events in Switzerland, among them:

He is also founder of the first High-Tech Connect Suisse association encouraging high-tech business development.

Ralf teaches at the Swiss-American university in Lugano the course Global Innovation Ecosystems.

In his free time he loves spending high-quality time with his family, and doing fitness sports and intelligence training to keep fit physically and mentally. He is eager and open to always try out new things.


Dieser Event ist nur auf Einladung (mit Code) oder mit einer "Global Hightech Connect Suisse" Membership kostenfrei besuchbar.
Der reguläre Eintrittspreis beträgt sonst: 490 CHF