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About Mike Harm


Chief Technology Officer – Workplace and member of the Scientific Community

Mike Harm is the Chief Technology Officer for the Workplace domain at Atos and has spent over 20 years providing, designing, implementing and envisioning differentiated workplace services in partnership with clients worldwide. With a background that spans support services, process engineering, IT Service Management, systems engineering and innovation product management, he is passionately connected to the technological, behavioral, and procedural pulse of the user experience from end-to-end. He is a member of the Atos Scientific Community where he explores the impact of digitization on the human experience, the future of work, and new concepts of productivity and employment emerging from digital trends.

In his role at Atos, he is responsible for technology partnerships, supplier strategic relationships, overall workplace vision and strategy as well as delivery technology policy in the workplace domain and adherence enforcement to those policies throughout service and product development lifecycle.




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Tapping into human ingenuity: How employees use remote work to do their jobs better

Human beings are incredibly creative and resourceful. During the COVID-19 crisis, we adapted to a situation most of us had never even imagined. Companies adapted, too, shifting to a cloud- and internet-based infrastructure that enabled employees to work remotely. Now, organizations should look at what their talented employees did…

Moving new digital workplace processes from novel to normal

As organizations settle into a post-pandemic routine, they have an opportunity to capitalize on what they learned during the crisis. COVID-19 forced many enterprises to shift to remote work overnight. Formerly office-bound employees were suddenly working from home. IT departments raced to procure, image and configure laptops and other devices for remote work. Virtual private networks…

From reaction to proaction: The advantage of enabling “anywhere work”

When the first wave of COVID-19 hit, enterprises had to turn on a dime to enable employees to work from home. Even companies that had enabled some employees to work from home suddenly had to spend lots of money and time to expand connectivity and capacity. Virtual private networks (VPNs) that may have been designed…

Work-life balance: Tradition needs to be challenged

Challenging traditional device ownership — think ridesharing Enterprises can gain another workplace advantage by challenging the traditional IT device ownership model. I relate this back to the days of the company car — an obsolete diatribe of 20th century thinking in our new age of ubiquitous rentals, ridesharing and easy mileage-expense reimbursements. Like automobiles; PCs, mobile phones and…

Work-life balance - Empower workers through device diversity

When I am asked to define work-life balance, I often explain that, to me, it means being able to work dynamically when and where you want. As a digital native/nerd-at-large, I’m usually on a device anyway. Being able to have access to my work resources on all of my devices just gives me the freedom…

Work imitates life: AI and cloud solutions create a naturally productive workplace

So far in this series we’ve followed productive personal digital experiences to the office — where, by the way, I see visions of virtual assistants. Now I’ll share with you how all the pieces fit together so we can all live and work the dream. Ambience hits home As a CTO, I…

Work imitates life: Workplace ambience – powered by context in the cloud! – Part 2

This blog is part of a 3-part series on ambience and context in personal digital experiences, and how they enable productivity. In my first post in this series, I talked about personal digital experiences providing choice, convenience and efficiency that transcend work-life boundaries. Now we’ll look at…

Work imitates life: Personal digital experiences - Part 1

This blog is part of a 3-part series on ambience and context in personal digital experiences, and how they enable productivity. Disruptive pizza The first time I ordered pizza from an app and eagerly monitored its progress with my kids, we were all in equal wonder. They wondered why I didn’t order extra cheese, while…

When Ecosystems Come Together, Experience Wins

I’m excited that we can finally discuss our ambitions with our recently announced partnership with Google on Cloud, AI, and Digital Workplace. I’ve been rooting for this for a while, as I’m an ardent fan of GSuite as a consumer, and I’ve slowly been transforming my home into a tiny Googleplex in and of itself - Google Wifi, Chromebooks for the…

Digital Workplace Transformation: Directions on Connections

I regularly talk with our clients about the immense value presented by moving to cloud-based management of their devices, delivery of applications to any device, anywhere, and creating rich productivity, content, and communications experiences with today's SaaS-based tools and platforms - "Get out of the device business…", "Reduce your infrastructure demands…", "Simplify your IT/business relationship…" as well as others. In my…