And Why is it so Important to Your Business in 2020
Working from home, Zoom meetings, and pairing pajama bottoms with dress tops. These things are now synonymous with the new way we work in 2020.
Yesterday’s security measures aren’t enough for today’s print environment risks. Today’s businesses must go further than simply changing a printer’s IP address or knowing how to put a password on a printer. We’ve developed an agile set of security considerations and ways you can secure your organization’s print fleet to protect your systems and data.
Digital transformation has fundamentally changed the business world. Over the last few months, businesses have relied on access to digital tools and technology enabling them to operate from anywhere. Business owners and executives are rethinking the way they do business entirely and moving away from paper-based processes. Now, these digitally transformed (or transforming) organizations must develop a digital ecosystem to accommodate these new technologies and ways of operating.
Over the last few months, we’ve seen story after uplifting story of 3D print manufacturers, service providers, educators, students, and many others who’ve used 3D printing technology to fill the dire need of personal protective equipment (PPE) amid shortages around the globe. Suddenly, 3D technology is making headlines daily due to the incredible benefits those in the manufacturing industry have been aware of for years.
The global workforce is finding new ways to adapt to the digital workplace. With so many businesses operating with remote teams, access to business information and flexible processes is a central focus as business moves from the office and to the home office and back again.
How do businesses ensure remote workers have access to the documents, forms, and other business data and processes they require to stay productive and secure from home? Enterprise Content Management can help.
Online meetings and conference calls now fill our calendars where in-person meetings were before. Even as some businesses reopen offices and workers return to work, remote meetings and video conferencing will remain.
Along with emails and chats, conferencing and video calls have transformed the way teams, both in-house and remote, communicate for the better.
Remote work is now a must rather than an option for many businesses. Businesses already leaning on remote work have adapted their mobile workforce management to keep operations connected and in communication. On the other hand, COVID-19 forced many businesses to make swift and abrupt changes to processes, and some businesses were left guessing at how to properly move to remote working.
Remote work has become a sudden necessity in the weeks since COVID-19 first began making it’s way across the globe. The need for businesses to support thousands of employees working from home has placed extraordinary strain on IT teams as they roll out VPN and multi-factor identification, and on the network infrastructure as a whole.
Managed Services are helping businesses pivot to a highly distributed and digitally-enabled world. Changing operations and adopting new technologies requires insightful leadership and strategic partners to help guide the way and provide the right tools for the job. Managed Services offer a lift to businesses shoring up procedures and navigating the new ways businesses will operate in the coming months.
In a world relying more heavily than ever on digital technology, keeping track of everything that happens in an office is getting trickier. New devices, services, and solutions are introduced daily that enable employees to work efficiently. However, the boom of digital tools in the office has given rise to a new phenomenon: shadow IT. Any office that empowers its employees with digital technology has it.