You did it, 2020 is over. While last year had an abundance of challenges, many organizations saw a silver lining by pivoting to new methods of supporting remote work, streamlining manual processes, and implanting automation in areas of business operations that in the past, would not have been possible.
How we are working now and where we will go in the future will depend on the readiness of companies to re-look at their business and redefine their models for maximum productivity. We have seen three trends that are important to consider in this Digital Transformation / Review for Readiness – as we are not likely to go back to the model that we had pre-pandemic: Remote Work Readiness, Returning to Work Safely, Rethinking Operations.
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As businesses move forward with staged reopening strategies there are continued (and new) considerations that are necessary for sustainability in an unstable environment. One critical infrastructure area that is on high-alert is technology.
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As businesses grow and workers become increasingly remote it is more vital now than ever before to have a collaboration system in place that you can rely on. Many smaller midmarket companies face the challenge of spotty call quality and inefficient routing, and often lack the resources to support multiple locations or remote and mobile workers. GPO members need reliability and flexibility to run their day to day operations without issue. Our partner, West Unified Communications, now has an answer available in the agreement from OMNIA Partners.
Mid-range storage arrays vary in capacity, assets and capabilities depending on the needs of the company. Needed storage can range from a few terabytes (TB) to over 250TB for some businesses. In most cases, mid-range storage will best suit small to medium-sized businesses rather than larger companies that tend to need enterprise-level and high-end arrays. Through OMNIA Partners, Private Sector's IT Hardware Support program, Curvature can help determine your best and most efficient maintenance options for mid-range storage by evaluating your IT support, assessing the storage needs of your business and analyzing existing service agreements.
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