Are you fully prepared for a business disruption? Do you have a strategy and plan in place to keep your people productive and your vital assets secure even when your offices might be closed?
Cloud-based file sharing is a natural foundation for any company’s journey to the cloud. It requires minimal change, and you get a fast return on investment. Plus, because file sharing touches every department and process, you make a big impact with very little cost or effort.
It’s important to think of your move to the cloud as a planned journey instead of an overnight switch. And, as with all journeys, the key is to establish where you are, where you want to be and how you’ll get there.
The fear and uncertainty around COVID-19 is testing the ultimate capabilities of businesses to continue productivity in the event of continued spread. You have options.
Information technologies, from PCs and networks to the internet and smartphones, have given a massive boost to growing businesses. But today, many companies are struggling to manage and maintain all of the technologies they’ve acquired over time; forced to throw more and more time, money and resources at IT instead of into their core business, ending up less secure and less productive. The cloud changes all that.
In most markets, big businesses used to hold all the cards, with the best, most advanced IT systems to automate and streamline their processes. Today, a major revolution is turning this trend upside-down, as smaller companies disrupt whole markets with new ideas and new technology, all powered by the cloud.
There’s no question that today’s workforce is putting more demand on how businesses operate. These demands are not only being driven by people, but also by factors beyond our control. Enter entropy, uncertainty and randomness.
Read the conclusion to our 7-part blog that was sparked by the question from a potential client, a VP of IT, of whether it might be a challenge for us to assist with Microsoft Azure, as we are “the Citrix experts”.
In the swirl of a never-ending digital transformation, you and your teams have delivered new technologies, new innovations, and new ways to work for employees worldwide. But, of course, your various audiences—from execs to disparate employees spread around the globe—are only wanting more. How can you make their jobs easier?