IT transformations come with their fair share of risks. Major disruptions that bring business to a screeching halt and security breaches that expose company data are two risks that come to mind. The consequences involve more than just headaches and bad press—in many cases, they come with a hefty price tag, too.
But it doesn’t have to be this way. Industry leaders understand that risk can creep in at any stage of large-scale IT transformations. That’s why the smartest ones are seeking out ways to eliminate bad data, gain full visibility of IT assets throughout their lifecycles, and identify problems before they become crises.
You want to do more with the team you have, and you hired them for a reason. But with the cost of everything from labor to supplies going up, enterprises are right to be concerned about their bottom lines. To increase capacity without increasing headcount, you need to think outside the box. Taking some work off your employees’ plates is an obvious way to keep them happy—but it’s not as easy as it sounds. Investing in the right IT solution can do the trick, and it is cheaper than dealing with the hiring process, onboarding, retention, and turnover.
With a digital platform conductor (DPC), your team can complete complex IT infrastructure transformations 3x faster while reducing costs by 50% or more and saving thousands of hours of labor. Get more done with the team you have.
$42B Investment Bank Reduces IT Asset Lifecycle Management Risk.
After getting hit with a $60M fine, one of the top five largest investment banks in the world recently encountered a breakdown of disposition processes, resulting in fines of $60M for noncompliance. Learn how this industry leader reduced the risk of asset lifecycle management with ReadyWorks.
As the anywhere operations business model continues to gain traction, companies are focusing on ways to improve both the customer and user experience. This requires a more agile approach to managing an increasingly distributed IT infrastructure and executing large-scale transformations.
IT programs in support of M&A initiatives can be overwhelming. But with a robust enterprise IT solution, you can avoid business disruptions, expedite the transition, and reduce program costs. If you want to navigate change during major transitions and still turn a profit, leveraging the capabilities of a digital platform conductor should be a key part of your business plan.
Whether you are migrating to the cloud, relocating on-prem data centers, or implementing a hybrid version, a lot of things can go wrong – business disruption, missed deadlines, and cost overruns. With so much at stake, program managers need real-time visibility into a migration’s status to identify risks and ensure things are moving on time and on budget.
EOL events like Windows Server 2012, Windows updates and migrations, and software patches are critical programs that aren’t going away. To avoid draining resources and running the risk of security breaches, you need to capitalize on an IT solution that streamlines the process and protects your business from being exposed to unnecessary risks.
To protect valuable company and customer data, your team needs to know where your assets are, who is using them, and if they are being handled properly from “cradle to grave.” IT asset lifecycle management is time-consuming. But when mistakes are made, ITALM sucks up even more time—and the costs can rise exponentially. If data is exposed during a breach, you’ll accrue steep fines for noncompliance, face class-action lawsuits, and lose business due to a blemished reputation.
O365 migrations can be extremely complex with many moving parts. Migration risks include severing delegate relationships, cutting off access to calendars, disconnecting credentials, and more. But by integrating an IT solution designed for change management, your team can simplify the process, reduce risk, and minimize business disruptions.