Jason Wynn, our Principal Technology Strategist and a Microsoft MVP, explains what role Teams and Microsoft 365 will play in helping organisations adapt to the demands and opportunities of today’s operating landscape.
What is the digital imperative – and what does it mean for your organisation?
All organisations are facing a variety of complex pressures – economic, environmental, regulatory and societal. It’s never been more important to harness the value that technology infuses into how you work.
It’s likely you’ll already have begun your digital transformation, for example transitioning to the cloud or hybrid working. The digital imperative calls on you to modernise and optimise, using that technology to help you do more with less, differentiate and build resilience.
Microsoft claims that rising to the digital imperative is the difference between thriving and standing still in the new era. There are five imperatives it calls on all organisations to embrace.
1. Migrate to the cloud
Accelerate your migration to drive operational efficiency, deliver value more quickly and reduce costs with a cloud infrastructure.
2. Empower fusion teams
Equip teams of citizen and pro developers with tools to scale their ideas and impact.
3. Unify data and apply AI models
Gain an edge by getting your data in order and applying AI models as platforms.
4. Collaborative processes
Make the most of technology to navigate the hybrid work patterns that are now the norm.
5. Prioritise your security
Use technology, threat intelligence and human expertise against increasing volume and complexity of cyber attacks.
Can you keep pace with the demands of the ever-changing Microsoft ecosystem? With the technology already in place, you need to ensure you get full value from your existing investment.
Once you have embedded your technology, you can focus on approaches that will enable innovation. How can you bring more value to your users and take the effort out of business processes? How will you ensure continued evolution for long-term success.
It’s evident that organisations are experiencing an increase in not only the volume but also the complexity of cyber attacks. The threat landscape is evolving – how can you improve visibility and better defend against these threats?
The digital imperative and its meaning for your organisation
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Learn how Content+Cloud can help you optimise your technologies
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As Microsoft’s 2022 Partner of the Year for Customer Experience, our commitment to client success is recognised as much as our capability for developing and delivering outstanding solutions based on Microsoft’s applications, services and devices.Learn more about our Microsoft Partnership