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Manufacturing Today|November 2020
THE WEBINAR, MANUFACTURING THINK TURF, STANDS TO ENLIGHTEN US ON THE NOVEL TECHNOLOGIES AVAILABLE FOR OFFICE SECURITY

ON SEPTEMBER 29, MANUFACTURING TODAY along with Cisco decided to organise Manufacturing Think Turf. The idea was to glean how technology can act as a buffer against impending disasters that could take months to recover.

Conducted over Cisco Webex, the virtual event comprised a special address by Vinay Dua, Head of Business Development, Digital Transformation, India and SAARC, Cisco, who spoke about how building a resilient architecture is the most important today. Highlighting three principles of building a resilient enterprise, he added that there could be no compromise on the safety, security and productivity of employees.

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