Empowering employees with Modern Workplace.
The nature of work has changed. Employees expect to work securely from anywhere, on any device, and they put a high premium on work that enriches and fulfills them. When their productivity tools enhance the quality and effectiveness of their work experience, they’re happier, more valuable, and more likely to stay. Companies need to provide that empowerment, but they also need to protect vital IT assets.
With Microsoft Modern Workplace solutions, you can improve employee productivity and satisfaction, and create more seamless communication and collaboration across locations and platforms while maintaining the security and integrity of systems and data.
Empower users to work the way they want.
Microsoft 365 empowers teams to be creative and work together, securely.
The modern workplace is evolving at lightning speed, with distributed teams, brand-new business models, and complex security issues. The right digital tools connect and support employees, wherever they are, to encourage productivity, engagement, and collaboration. Learn more about how Microsoft 365 powers our global, modern workplace with one bundle of products: a smart, efficient operating system, mission-critical enterprise-grade security tools, and seamlessly integrated workplace productivity apps.
What’s included in the Microsoft Modern Workplace?
The Microsoft Modern Workplace is one that operates using the suite of Microsoft 365 technologies and productivity applications that harness the power of the Cloud.
Microsoft Modern Workplace applications improve employee productivity and satisfaction and create more seamless communication across the business whilst promoting collaboration and maintaining the security and integrity of systems and data.
Reasons to adopt a Modern Workplace.
Here are some common reasons why businesses choose to adopt the Microsoft Modern Workplace over a traditional setup:
Disparate communication channels – employees communicate through a variety of different channels which enables messages to get lost in translation, there is limited visibility and a lack of control.
Stand-alone platforms – business management platforms are implemented that have very limited integration and automation with each other. This makes the risk of error high and increases workload.
Data/Team Silos – Teams work in silos with limited visibility to other parts of the business. Data is stored in numerous locations and access is restricted due to the setup.
Hardware – Desktop PCs are commonly used, not all employees have access to laptops or tablets which disables remote working.
Technology – The technology you have implemented has scalable limitations and does not completely meet the needs of your employees.
Security – There is limited or no device or cyber security management in place putting your business at risk in the event of a breach.