The past six months have brought many new changes to the workplace. Any patchwork solutions that were put in place to cope with recent challenges need to be reviewed with an eye toward a more resilient future workplace. Do the cloud solutions that were put into place provide the kind of scalability a business needs in times of crisis? Are they flexible enough?
All leaders will need to find ways to cut through this complexity. Only then will they see the forest through the trees and make the right decisions for their companies. Organizations that had no transformation plan in place before the pandemic are facing higher levels of complexity right now, however, since their networks were subject to rapid, ad hoc development. With licensing issues, vendor sprawl, and problems with visibility, they will need to address complexity first and foremost.
Many are still grappling with core issues like which employees should remain remote, and which should return to the office. Depending on the choice that your team makes, your IT team will have to put a varying degree of focus on enablement, adoptions, and change management. In addition to this, think of any IT initiatives that were put on the back burner at the start of lockdown. What needs to be done retrospectively to catch up?
Our remote workplace solutions can help answer all of these questions - and especially answer those that make considerations across a whole service portfolio, from infrastructure and licensing to cloud spend management and optimization.