New Konica Minolta webinar February 14 to focus on increasing productivity and enhancing employee experience

Dino Pagliarello.
Dino Pagliarello.

Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A. in partnership with Future Workplace – a research firm preparing leaders for disruptions in recruiting, development and employee experience – have announced the launch of a new webinar Transformational Tech: Building Your Workplace of the Future. Co-hosted by Dino Pagliarello, Vice President of Product Management and Planning at Konica Minolta USA, and Dan Schawbel, best-selling author and Research Director at Future Workplaces, the webinar will be held on Tuesday, February 14 at 2 pm EST and will explore which new technologies companies are incorporating into their smart offices, and how they can create their own ‘Workplace of the Future.’

Dan Schawbel.
Dan Schawbel.

Additional areas that the webinar will explore include: opportunities and challenges that disruptive technology creates; how automation will impact work productivity as we envision the future; and specific technologies that empower employees to be more productive, efficient and collaborative. “After conducting this research study, we have distilled the most interesting findings, and the implications to business leaders, in this webinar, said Schawbel. “We’ll discuss the opportunities and challenges that disruptive technology creates and how to best leverage new tools to increase workplace productivity.” Click here to register for the webinar:

Konica Minolta introduced its comprehensive Workplace of the Future™ portfolio to solve customers’ needs based on workplace trends to enable a modernized, sustainable workplace. The solutions include:

  • Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) via Workspaces
  • File Sharing via FileAssist
  • Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) via Mobile Device Management (MDM)
  • Alice – a virtual receptionist to streamline the flow of visitors and deliveries
  • Event Board/TEEM – a conference room scheduler
  • Double 2 Telepresence Robot to give users a physical presence via a two-wheeled balancing robot with an attached iPad
Kay Du Fernandez.
Kay Du Fernandez.

“The employee experience is critical to attracting and retaining top talent,” said Kay Du Fernandez, Vice President of Marketing at Konica Minolta USA. “We’re expecting the workplace to be an even more collaborative and connected environment in the years to come. We help organizations use smart technology to drive creativity and innovation.”

Konica Minolta recently held another webinar featuring best-selling author Jacob Morgan who discussed the trends that are reshaping the Future of Work, and the role of technology in the employee experience. Click here to view the webinar.


Tony Curcio is the editor of Graphic Arts Magazine.