Modern IT for Enterprise Transformation

Modern Information Technology (IT) is the current approach to device control and the delivery of IT services to the clientele, where there is a consolidation between Windows 10 and the Active Directory (Azure AD) on the cloud. This secured bond provides the end-user the capability to use Single-Sign-On (SSO) any day and anywhere, and use management tools like the Mobile Device Management (MDM) to control devices- giving an extra light-touch approach to management.

This approach works extremely well with both business and individually owned devices. Its ultimate focus is on clientele empowerment, allowing staff to be effectively productive, notwithstanding the type of device they use nor location.

Microsoft on the other believes Modern IT revolves around these strong pillars- CAMPUS:

  • Cloud Managed and SaaS apps
  • Automated
  • Multiple Devices
  • Proactive
  • User and Business Owned
  • Self-Service

Modern IT is the best fit for end-users that:

  • Are remote and want to use multiple devices to get the job done
  • Full utilization of SaaS and other modern applications for daily tasks- eg: Office 365, SalesForce
  • Do not need a heavily tailor-made device configuration to be proactive and productive
  • Are tech-savvy
  • Are migrating their data that is accessible outside the network- eg: SharePoint, OneDrive

Enterprise Transformation (ET) is any complicated or foundational company change that influences how its business is managed, which can be due to external or internal factors.

ET can also be a foundational change to the way a company operates- whether entering a new market or operating differently. This foundational change can meet long-term objectives as an approach that strives to position a company’s human and technological activities closely with its company’s strategy and vision.

ET needs all three to succeed:

  • Digital transformation
  • Solution transformation
  • Data transformation

In our era of digital transformation, everyone seems to recognize the value of data—especially as its volume and variety have increased. While many organizations have upgraded or deployed new technology solutions in hopes of addressing their data challenges, they lack that propensity to pull data into their everyday business, weaving data-driven decision-making into the behavioral fabric of the organization’s operations.

To close in on this gap, figureheads need to consider scaling of technology, support, management structure, and training to efficiently maneuver adoption with change management- this removes all cultural roadblocks to a data-driven, transformational enterprise. Maximizing analytics investments and capitalizing on the transformative potential of data means that everyone encountering it—regardless of skill levels and data fluency—must be able to turn insights into opportunities or innovations.

Your employees are smart, curious, hard-working, and know the questions they need to ask and answer to drive the business forward. With the right insights and a data-centric mindset, you can witness an immensely valuable transformation.

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