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If your enterprise uses the Office 365 suite, you may have noticed an application called Microsoft Teams. This collaboration platform has been underutilized by organizations. But during certain times, such as the COVID-19 outbreak, it’s become essential for connecting remote teams to foster business continuity and productivity.
The recent coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak is changing the way people work and collaborate. Organizations are working diligently to ensure their staff can work and collaborate while remote. The right managed services partner can help navigate the waters of these uncertain times for greater business continuity.
If you have any responsibility for IT operations in your enterprise, you’ve probably heard how many other enterprises are taking their computer systems and applications and moving to the Cloud. You’re probably also aware of the benefits of doing so. But are you following best practices or a cloud migration strategy?
As more and more business systems are moving to online platforms, threats to corporate IT networks continue to increase. The threat of cyberattacks is no longer new, but as modern enterprises rely more and more on technology, their vulnerability grows.
They say all good things come to an end. This applies to the world of software too. As technology evolves, software programs become obsolete. At some point, it becomes too costly for the vendor to continue updates, security, and customer support.
Since Microsoft rolled out its Office 365 plans, enterprises everywhere have adopted this flexible suite of cloud-based applications. Maybe your enterprise is one of them. But are you making the most of the newest capabilities in Office 365?
Many enterprises have jumped on the Cloud bandwagon in recent years due to the many benefits it offers for business growth. However, many of them believe moving to the Cloud will solve ALL their IT challenges. While cloud services do make many tasks easier, taking advantage of cloud services doesn’t necessarily simplify complex computer architecture.
It’s not a surprise if your enterprise follows a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policy in today’s digital work environment. The many advantages of employees using personal devices for work include contributing to employee satisfaction, improving productivity, and enabling remote work while saving you money.
The workplace environment has changed dramatically, with technology evolving at breakneck speed for better efficiency. It makes one wonder what the modern digital workplace will look like in the new decade starting in 2020.