With lockdown easing, and more and more businesses re-opening, much uncertainty remains around what the ‘new normal’ world will look like – both at work and at home. However, one thing does seem certain: the focus on digital transformation, already begun before the pandemic struck, is only going to accelerate over the coming months and years. Technology is key to addressing many, if not all, of the challenges we face moving forward.
In the short term, many businesses have simply ‘made do’ as they have sought to survive, let alone thrive, during the lockdown. However, whether the plan was based around the Government’s furlough scheme, Microsoft Teams and Zoom (other such business tools are available!), or, most likely, some kind of a hybrid model, making do is not sustainable.
What is required is a careful, planned approach to change management. This will ensure that the best of the pre-, during and post-coronavirus technology infrastructure – both hardware and software - can be harnessed into an optimised, fully digitalised, and sustainable, business solution.
And this approach needs to be developed and implemented with maximum, speed, agility, flexibility and scalability. Even before the pandemic, time to market, and the ability to respond to changing circumstances quickly was critical. How much more so when the company balance sheet has likely taken a significant hit, and the imperative is to open up as soon as possible and as flexibly as possible – both for your employees and your customers?
Managed Services, Cloud and the Channel are key pillars in developing and implementing a successful change management strategy. It’s unlikely you’ll be able to do everything yourself; it’s highly likely that the right expert advice and solutions will speed up your digital transformation process.
And that’s why Angel Business Communications, organsiers of Managed Services Summit and publishers of Digitalisation World is organising a one-day digital event in 2021, focusing on planning for digital transformation, and how managed services providers, cloud providers and the Channel overall can help.
The Digital Change Management Summit is free to attend, with three 2 hour sessions, and guarantees to give you some great educational content around digital transformation. The major focus of the event is on how SMEs in particular, with limited budgets and limited in-house skills, can optimise their IT infrastructure moving forwards.
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Registration is free-of-charge for qualifying delegates - i.e. director/senior management level representatives of end user organisations, along with other qualifying specifiers and/or purchasers of IT technology and services.
All registrations will be vetted and confirmed/rejected via email.
The Digital Change Management Summit virtual event is targeting the 100,000+ subscribers to our Digitalisation World media platform and wider IT End user database – all of whom are specifiers and/or buyers of IT services and solutions. Coming from the SME community, many of them may well be technology generalists, rather than specialists, but we know that they are all looking for help on their digital transformation journeys. Specifically, our SME feedback programme has highlighted their interest in sourcing solutions focusing on the following key topics: the data centre, colocation and hosting, the cloud, storage, compute and networks, security, data analytics and the wider discipline of artificial intelligence / intelligent automation.
With limited budgets and obvious IT skills shortages, SMEs are looking for a new breed of Digital Services + Solutions Providers (DSSPs).
In recent times, Angel Business Communications, the owner of Digitalisation World, has developed and hosted leading online technology events, such as AngelTech and Managed Services Summit - delivering high quality content for our audience; and a high quality audience for our sponsors. Sign up as a sponsor for our Digital Change Management virtual event, what better way to promote your organisation as a DSSP and reach new potential customers?