The last year has presented incredible new challenges and opportunities, especially concerning IT and cybersecurity concerns. As businesses quickly adapted to a remote workforce and faced other pressures during the pandemic, the IT sector responded. InfoSystems has been a crucial piece of the puzzle in helping clients identify and resolve new issues during the pandemic.
Kelly Nuckolls, Vice President of Marketing & Alliances at InfoSystems, will share some of the key lessons InfoSystems leaders and associates gained from the pandemic. She will speak during a morning session, “Digital Adoption: Lessons from COVID-19,” at the upcoming Women in IT Virtual Summit on Wednesday, April 28.
The Summit, organized by Bonhill and hosted by DiversityQ and Information Age, is a two-part virtual series bringing together delegates from around the world to discuss the most pressing tech issues and continue key diversity, equity, and inclusion conversations. Nuckolls, a tenured marketing leader in the IT industry, will share her perspective in the panel around accelerated tech such as automation, business continuity and high availability, as well as communication challenges within entirely remote teams.
The session will address the need to be able to “pivot” and digitally transform, to weigh the value of long-term adoption strategies, to accelerate a business’ digital adoption and address the “as-a-service” revolution.
“This past year has been both transformative and challenging for people across all industries,” Nuckolls says. “I’m eager to share breakthrough strategies amid these challenges, as well as hear perspectives and learn from other leaders in the industry.”
The Women in IT Summit is held annually in the spring, typically in person in New York City. For health and safety concerns, the 2021 event will virtually converge powerhouse women in technological industries, from the US & beyond, to explore digital transformation, how to manage WFH cyber risk, the marriage of tech and mental health and the role employers have in attracting more female candidates.
Stream the presentation, or join the entire, free virtual summit, on Wednesday, April 28. The 40-minute Digital Adoption session will be in Stream 1 at 10:30 a.m. EST. Find more details at https://womeninitawards.com/ny-agenda/ and follow the registration link at the bottom to join.