The technological landscape has advanced dramatically over the last couple of decades and continues to move faster than anyone could have ever imagined. Failure to keep up with the latest technology trends and current business practices can put your company at risk, but just investing in next-generation technologies does not guarantee successful implementation. When implementing new technology, you may want to get started as soon as possible so that you can reap the benefits right away. However, implementing new technology and solutions too quickly without following any change management best
It can be exciting to introduce new technology into your business. Finding a solution that will help your team members do their jobs more efficiently and effectively by filling a gap in your technology infrastructure is certainly an achievement. However, before you get carried away with quickly implementing technology changes, there are a few things you should know. Change Management Series: Part 3/4LINK TO PART 4 When introducing new technology into your IT infrastructure, keep in mind that change can be difficult for individuals. It can be hard to predict
Technology is advancing at an unprecedented pace, empowering businesses to accomplish more in less time. The transformations that technology has brought about in the business world are mind-boggling and with transformative change comes stress. The impact of ineffective change management can destroy business process and lose valuable people. Change Management Series: Part 2/4LINK TO PART 3 Without a defined change management strategy in place, avoidable inconsistencies are more likely to occur and you risk disrupting essential operations and losing valuable team members due to burnout. Keeping that in mind, before
Change produces stress in technology environments and among those who implement or are affected by the change. This is why change management is so critical for successful implementation. Once you’ve completed a technology audit and prioritized the order in which you’ll close gaps in your infrastructure, it’s critical to remember that there are actions you must take prior to implementation for change to be successful and well-received by your team. Change Management Series: Part 1/4LINK TO PART 2 Change management is an approach that deals with the change or transformation
Outdated IT infrastructure such as computers, operating systems, and networks cause you to spend more time fixing security and efficiency issues instead of growing your business. Therefore, you may THINK you are saving money, but in the long-run you are not. By not upgrading your computer network, you are more likely to experience:➖ lower productivity➖ frequent downtime➖ lost data➖ lost customers➖ higher employee turnover➖ lost revenue | higher costsYou also open the door to cyber-criminals. With slower processing of information and a higher likelihood of a security breach, outdated IT
Throughout 2020, businesses and organizations faced many difficult challenges because of the “Work from Home” movement, increased cybersecurity threats, and ineffective communication with clients and employees. As a leading Managed Services Provider, we identified the TOP FIVE Business Technology needs of our clients. SECURITY SERVICES The first business technology need is securing and protecting corporate data continues to be the most pressing business need going into 2021. It continues to be challenging for businesses and security experts as they work to stay one step ahead of the criminals and threats.