Does your company have processes with too many steps? Do employees not know how to, or are they too lazy to, carry out certain tasks to the very end? If the answer to either of these questions is yes, read on. In this information you will find the keys to improving the digital adoption of your workers, while increasing their productivity and efficiency.
The past several weeks have been anything but normal, especially for those in enterprise IT. Though every company is facing their own unique challenges, we have noticed that certain technical use cases come up over and over again with our customers. After two months, and countless use cases, we’ve picked the top remote work problems that enterprise IT departments are solving with Nexthink.
The world is a perfect system governed by universal laws that control its workings. Therefore, if it rains hard and you have no umbrella, you come home soaked. This happens because there is a reason that triggers a consequence. The law of cause and effect is present in all areas of society.
COVID-19 has had an enormous impact on business and life as we know it. As social distancing restrictions subside and businesses resume operations, organizations are now entering into a new work reality: the next normal.
Forbes is clear: 84% of Digital Transformation projects fail due to the failed adoption of technology - a fundamental aspect that results in the expected benefits. For this reason, Gartner warns of the need for a more innovative and sustainable approach for organisations to achieve their goals. According to Ovum analysts, only 8% of executives believe that transformation has been undergone according to the needs and demands of the market.
Imagine a board game. On one side employees; on the other the IT department. The referee: executive leadership. The game is on. The goal is not to beat the opponent. Quite the opposite; it is to work as a team to reach the goal as quickly as possible, increasing productivity and minimising costs.
Talent is the cornerstone which makes a company succeed. However, you need a driving force, a locomotive. At this point, leadership comes into play, which becomes the fuel that activates and links people’s know-how around a common project. These two elements allow SilverStorm to walk the path of Digital Transformation. And we do so aware that trusting and recognizing the potential of our teams will help place us at the forefront. What's more, the data supports this roadmap.
You may ask yourself, how can business continue as usual? Across the world, we are experiencing a global pandemic, the first of its kind and scale. Daily life has changed from going to the office to working from home. Campuses are closed and students are studying remotely. Businesses are having to deal with new situations they’ve never encountered before, all the while serving their employees and customers.
With that uncertainty comes a need for business continuity planning to ensure that companies can be prepared and operate normally in times of crisis.
Incident management means restoring normal computing services as quickly as possible to minimize the impact to the business. Yet, ironically, in a technology industry where innovation is the driving force, key elements of incident management have not been updated for some time.