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Modern Workplace Utopia | 4 Ways to Get There
Systems are converging, demands are rising — and the IT industry is experiencing a wake-up call to build better workplaces. Here are the areas you need to dominate to reach the new world of modern IT management.
Legacy tech — it’s one of the biggest obstacles on the path to the new world. The shift (both technically and culturally) from legacy, complex systems will be a catalyst on the journey. Winning IT teams will engage resources to build mobile, cloud-centric strategies that enable more streamlined ways of working and low-touch ways of managing.
- Low-touch management
Industry leaders won’t just enable new ways of working; They’ll do whatever it takes to protect their end users, systems and data.
This will entail investing in best-in-class platforms with advanced enterprise security features — such as Windows® 10, Microsoft 365™, InTune and more.
- End-to-end protection
- Newer platforms
- Advanced security features
Superior collaboration and productivity
At the end of the day, the new workforce has to, well, work. Investing in modern collaboration tech will be key here — whether it’s new messaging platforms, augmented reality tools, or custom company apps.
- Team-centric messaging
- Emerging tech
- Optimized business apps
Powerful end-user experiences
By delighting end users with consumer-inspired technology, organizations enjoy higher retention rates and attract more talent.
A big component to this will include embracing shift-left concepts such as self-service tools, offering modern, persona-based devices and supporting mobile work in the cloud.
- Shift-left IT
- Devices tailored to job role
- Seamless mobile work
Starting the journey
You can’t start a journey without knowing the roadblocks ahead. Insight’s Connected Workforce solutions solve a wide range of IT challenges to help you conquer the end-user compute landscape (at a pace that works for you).