What is digital transformation?
Defined as 'the use of technology to radically improve performance or reach of enterprises', digital transformation is difficult to ignore but not always easy to understand exactly what it will mean to your business.
only 44% say their organisations are adequately preparing
for the disruptions to come
Futuretech from TSG
Breaking down digital transformation
Some will have already started the journey to digital transformation, others will be debating their priorities. Futuretech is a series of events, webinars and briefings that break down the component elements of digital transformation to provide insights into the value technology can return. Read about Futuretech.
Digital transformation certainly isn't a linear process and is as much about resilience and protecting your valuable data as it is about efficiencies and continuous improvement.
Key digital transformation technologies
Office 365 sits at the heart of digital transformation and for many will be the first step as they move email to Exchange Online. However, that should just be the start as Microsoft continues to add impressive and valuable features such as Teams, Flow and PowerApps.
Termset effectively reads and categorises information within documents using artificial intelligence, allowing you to transform the way you manage your information. It can recognise names, credit card numbers, company information, order numbers and almost any type of information you might need to identify.
Nintex allows you to automate everything from basic business functions to company-wide processes, thanks to a powerful combination of forms and workflow. Automate almost any time-consuming, repetitive task.
As you become increasingly reliant on your critical data, protection from malware and data loss is critical. Sophos’ unique Synchronised Security approach leads the way in preventing the threats from impacting on your business.
Gamma Horizon’s hosted telephony platform is the perfect replacement for your traditional telecoms, bringing with it flexibility, continuity and potential cost savings. As a fully functional platform you can expect all of the key features you’d expect from a telephone system.