Working from home, staying productive, and empowering employees is top of mind for many. Each week we’ll launch a new episode in our virtual series diving into best practices, lessons learned, and the realities of supporting and enabling a remote workforce.

Week of May 25th
PODCAST: Keeping your team in tune

An orchestra can be seen as the ultimate team. Every member is integral to the whole; every individual must be in tune with the larger group. When the pandemic hit, many of us took home our notepads, monitors, and office coffee mug. Orchestras had to learn to work remotely too. Concert halls closed and musicians went home with their violins, flutes, cellos, and bassoons. In the second episode of Remote Works, we'll visit the Colorado Symphony and the Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra to explore how technology has enabled remote work for even the tightest of teams.

Week of May 25th
WEBINAR: Establishing virtual emotional connections for employees

The sentiment of the world is changing. People are limiting their social and emotional connections as they practice social distancing and work remotely. With this great physical distance between us, companies are trying to maintain a strong company culture, create a bond of trust with employees, and establish emotional connections

Week of May 18th
WEBINAR:  The new state of business continuity strategy featuring Forrester

One thing is clear: remote work isn’t going anywhere. Ensuring a productive and secure remote working experience for the long-term will be key to weathering the remainder of this crisis and future crises to come. In this webinar, digital workspace thought leaders Andrew Hewitt (Forrester Analyst/Guest speaker) and Carisa Stringer (Citrix Sr. Dir of Product Marketing) will explore how organizations should build remote working into their current and future business continuity strategies.

Week of May 18th
PODCAST: The Remote Work Frontier

Whether it's an apartment in Shanghai or a cottage in a small English town, people are moving out of the office and into workspaces that are full of pots, pans, pets, kids, spouses and noisy neighbors. In the premiere episode of Remote Works, we visit two home office rookies in China and the UK as they grapple with the shift to remote working. Amanda Carroll, Managing Direct & Principal at architecture and design firm Gensler, talks about how our new remote workplace might change the way we work forever. Arjun Kaicker, head of Insights and Analytics at Zaha Hadid Architects in London, explores the way offices have evolved pre-pandemic and how they will have to change now.

Week of May 11th
WEBINAR: eG Innovations and Citrix: Your WFH War Room

Business disruptions can impact organizations of any size in any location. It has become imperative that every organization develops a business continuity plan to ensure its business operations can continue, no matter the disruption. Learn how Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops enable seamless workforce productivity, giving employees the flexibility to work from anywhere, all while keeping your apps and information secure.

Week of May 11th
WEBINAR: Getting your network ready for remote work

Unforeseen events can leave businesses overwhelmed and struggling to rapidly shift to new ways of working. Is your workers’ home broadband good enough? Unreliable internet connections, bandwidth constraints from other household users and neighbors, and poor-quality VoIP can impede employee productivity and negatively impact your business. Watch this webinar to learn how to provide a consistent experience using Citrix SD-Wan.

Week of May 5th
PODCAST: The key to surviving and thriving in uncertain times with University of Sydney.

With more than 14,000 students unable to travel to Australia from China due to imposed travel bans, The University of Sydney turned to Citrix for help.

Citrix EVP, Business Strategy and CMO, Tim Minahan, and BriefingsDirect chat with other CIOs to see how they’re enabling remote work.