It's hard to believe how much the world has changed in just a few months. How the spread of COVID-19 earlier this year and the continuing global pandemic have disrupted businesses, workplaces, and lives.

It's even harder to imagine where to go from here.

But with disruption comes opportunity — a chance to make changes that will bring together communities and strengthen organizations at a time when many people can't be in the office.

That's what drove nearly 1,000 attendees and more than a dozen sponsors from around the world to last week's IGEL's Digital DISRUPT, a virtual forum focused on reconnecting with end-user computing (EUC) experts and exploring technology-driven solutions to move businesses forward.