The 2020 $150K Connected Workplace Makeover Contest

by Tech Mainstream


August 7, 2020


The 2020 $150K Connected Workplace Makeover Contest


(Tech Mainstream) Is your organization in need of a tech makeover? Introducing the $150K Connected Workplace Makeover Contest, a joint effort of Insight and Intel, designed especially to help with surge of employees working from home. The award consists of $50,000 worth of new devices to three winners in need of "better performance and productivity in the workforce."

The three grand prize winners represent three catergory criteria, productivity, total cost of ownership (TCO) and security. One winner will be selected for each individual pillar. The winning applicant for the each pillar must demonstrate through a written submission (can be accompanied with videos or photos) why their organization needs a makeover for the chosen pillar.

September 30, 2020 is the last day to enter the contest. So hurry and give it a try.

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