As many organizations adopt hybrid working models, companies that are managing complex in-house technology infrastructure may face challenges supporting and delivering solutions in a rapidly changing work environment, especially with the shift to remote work.
This shift requires organizations to put strain on their pre-existing IT infrastructure to enable their remote teams to collaborate and communicate. It doesn't come without challenges and there are many ways to optimize and enhance your IT infrastructure to support a hybrid working model.
In this piece, we aim to help you understand how to set up your business’ IT infrastructure for hybrid workplace success.
The first step towards getting your infrastructure sorted is to look at where you are right now. The best way to do this is with an audit of your current systems.
Often growth or transformation can expose your organization to security breaches, especially with the recent deployment of remote workers. As you establish your hybrid work environment, the security risks will be greater as employees rely on virtual workflows, networks and collaboration tools to achieve their goals.
An audit can identify any potential risks, as well as breakdowns in workflow, costs and document management.
By using the right expertise and technology, these hybrid workplaces provide organizations with the resilience and scalability they need to thrive in a rapidly changing world.
Running inefficient machines alongside poor processes can be dire moves for companies who haven’t got a reliable managed print service (MPS) in place with their provider. A good MPS provider will improve scalability, savings, security, sustainability and service.