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How technology enables organisations to be more agile

Although 'agile' has become a hype word, it is an important concept that organisations should strive to achieve in a world of continuous change and uncertainty. Being agile enables organisations to be more adaptive and reactive to the changing market, allowing them to respond quickly to customers' demands to keep a competitive edge.

One way organisations can become more agile is by utilising the innovative technology that is available:

Cloud Management Platform (CMP)

A Cloud Management Platform allows you to view and manage your whole Cloud estate - whether private, public (including AWS and Azure) or hybrid - through a single screen. This helps to simplify and optimise the consumption and billing of your Clouds, increasing the agility of your Cloud services.

The Digital Workspace

Whether on-site or off-site, Unified Communication and Collaboration provides your workforce with one platform to communicate and collaborate on from wherever they are. This flexible working helps to increase the productivity levels of your workforce by always being able to communicate with one another, making your organisation more agile.

Proactive security

By having the right tools in place and being proactive with your security, you can deliver new technology rapidly, whilst still having governance in place to prevent any potential breaches. This ensures you're not exposing your organisation to any risks when innovating and increasing agility.

Connectivity (SD-WAN)

With SD-WAN, you have the capability and control to choose what bandwidth to deliver your applications on, whether they sit in your private, public or multi-Cloud. By being able to choose the routing, you can ensure you are delivering connectivity at the best performance with the best security.

For more information on these digital services that can help your organisation be more agile, watch the video below, which our Head of Cloud Services, Jonathan Portlock explains in more detail.

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