Organisations are changing their operating models and innovating rapidly to sustain and grow. The demand for rapid application development has always been high, with businesses historically relying on their IT departments to develop and deliver production-ready applications. But demand is outstripping supply which is why now is the time to grow your low-code momentum.
Microsoft Excel for decades has been the go-to platform for most organisations when it comes to forecasting and financial modelling. But has this trusted age old tool been put out to pasture by Microsoft Power BI?
Digital Transformation is not about technology! Ok so that’s cleared up any confusion, so what is it about? There’s clear consensus that Digital Transformation is actually about a new way of doing business. Let’s take a look at the 3 layered Digital Transformation Pyramid.
Concepts such as “digitisation,” “digitalisation” and “digital transformation” have become common place in boardroom and management conversations, but their exact meaning sometimes gets lost as leaders work to find the best solutions to their business problems in our “new normal”. So let’s take a moment to clear up the confusion.
Digital transformation is organisation innovation fuelled by the explosion of the cloud, artificial intelligence (AI), and the Internet of things (IoT), providing you with new ways to understand, manage, and transform your business. Explore these 7 signs
One of the biggest root causes of a poor SharePoint implementation, and the subsequent adoption by employee’s, is when organisations choose to “Lift and shift” content into SharePoint. So before you choose to side-step a potential 20% productivity ROI, take a reflective moment to understand the problems of “Lift & Shift”
The Azure architecture framework and a subsequent review offer a comprehensive report on your cloud infrastructure against the Azure best practices. Think of it as a litmus test to understand your cloud architecture and performance better.
Migrating to a Zero Trust security architecture, isn’t just a case of flicking a switch, and whilst Zero Trust is embedded into the Microsoft EMS Suite as standard, few organisations achieve a perfect implementation. So here’s our 3-step roadmap to Zero Trust Security, so you can understand where you’re organisation is currently and what you should be doing next.
It’s no great news flash that Exchange Server 2013 will reach its end of support (End of Life – EOL) on April 11th 2023. Which sounds like an age away but if you haven’t already begun your migration project to either an on-prem upgrade, or into the cloud (Hybrid or Pure) then now’s the time to start planning.