The traditional office environment is changing and will continue to do so. We have the freedom to work on the road using our phones, in the park using our tablets, or halfway around the world using our laptops — it truly is a digital revolution. Smart companies are busy seeking competitive advantages for their organizations and teams to reshape work by selecting and implementing the right tools and technologies to create their own digital workplace of the future.Free I.T. Assessment
The future workplace is intelligent. It’s where people, places and devices connect intuitively; where the information you need is delivered based on how you like to work. It’s a place where all your IT can be accessed and managed in one single place. Where effective collaboration becomes the norm. Where business efficiency is essential – and a whole new level of potential a reality.
Why Small To Medium-Sized Businesses (SMBS) Can't Afford To Ignore The Hybrid Cloud
Contrary to the misconception that only large corporations with big budgets can have sophisticated IT solutions, SMBs can have similar advanced services with the move into cloud. And, right now, a hybrid alternative is emerging. From on-site hardware to the hybrid cloud, our white paper looks at the changes to IT infrastructure.
Challenges And New Paradigms For Enhanced Digital Workplaces
Digital technologies, specifically artificial intelligence (AI), have changed how we live, and also the way that we work. Today, the workplace has moved far beyond the concept of a physical location, becoming more flexible, diverse, and decentralized. Read more on how we are developing more intuitive and natural approaches to collaboration and information management.
Unlocking The Meaning Behind Your Data
A few years ago, collaboration and communication in the workplace were analog. The workplace has changed beyond recognition and continues to evolve through digital transformation. But there are still inefficiencies that prevent the workplace from realizing its full digital potential. The future looks different, however, with advancements in semantics and smart data services.