As a program manager your responsibilities are huge, and the stakes are high. Maintaining control of your IT estate from cradle to grave and ensuring programs are delivered on time can seem like Herculean tasks with limited resources and constant changes to your environment.
Anywhere operations has created an abundance of additional work for tech teams—with no end in sight.
Wouldn’t it be nice if you could gain more control over the delivery of your IT programs—whether it’s ongoing maintenance programs, like asset refreshes, or major initiatives like data center migrations?
Imagine what you could accomplish with an innovative solution that freed up time so you could focus on higher-order concerns. What would you do if you could eliminate most of the backlogs and bottlenecks that hinder program completion?
With increased capacity and more control over your IT programs, the possibilities are endless.
To deliver programs effectively, manually analyzing static spreadsheets just won’t cut it anymore. That approach is outdated, inadequate, and leads to ill-informed decisions. Instead, you need a new approach that helps you accelerate the data discovery process, reduces manual tasks like scheduling and communications, and improves program transparency to ensure successful program delivery.
This is where a digital platform conductor (DPC) comes in.
Leverage intelligent automation and AI to improve the quality of your program delivery and get more done with less effort. Get accurate, up-to-date information about your IT estate and users, identify program risk, and ensure programs are delivered successfully on time and on budget.
Implementing a new IT solution might sound like extra work, especially if you’re busy. But in reality, “being too busy” is actually the leading indicator that it’s time for a new IT solution. Investing a small bit of time now is the only way you can gain more control, increase capacity, and be better positioned to dominate transformations going forward. Best of all, a DPC integrates seamlessly with and orchestrates your existing IT tools to get you the information you need and deliver IT programs faster and with less risk.
From managing data center migrations to strengthening protocols for ITALM to coordinating update rollouts and more, everything is easier with a DPC.
When RBC Program Managers set out to upgrade their cloud and data center environments, ReadyWorks helped them do so without disrupting services—and 30% faster at that.
Whether you’re upgrading your on-premise data center, moving to the cloud, or taking a hybrid approach, ensuring a successful migration means maintaining access to critical applications throughout the process. . Unfortunately, information about most companies’ data centers has become a bit of a black hole. Employee turnover, company growth, mergers, acquisitions, and more mean it’s unlikely anyone has a handle on even one data center, let alone multiple centers. Find out how to reduce the risk of your data center and cloud migrations.
You’re acutely aware of how long it takes to complete server migrations and how much bandwidth they consume. But you also understand how integral these upgrades are to the security of your IT estate—and with Windows 2012 and 2012 R2 nearing EOL, you need tools that expedite large-scale migrations to ensure they’re completed before time runs out.
Appropriately managing asset lifecycles from cradle to grave is critical to preventing security breaches and controlling costs. With a DPC Program Managers can adopt a more secure and agile approach to IT Asset Lifecycle Management, one that gives you more control and increases resource capacity.
Implementing a better approach for server migrations empowers you to successfully complete large-scale transformations, including O365 migrations, on time—or even 3x faster—without depleting resources. With a DPC, you can ensure a smooth migration by maintaining access to critical applications and files during the migration along with preserving delegate and calendar relationships.
>When Shearman & Sterling Program Managers wanted to improve endpoint estate management , ReadyWorks was there.