Since 1975, Climatec has been a leading provider of energy solutions and building technologies. As the company grew, it needed a single, all-encompassing solution that could be used to connect multiple offices, adapt easily to business processes, and support employees while they are out in the field. Watch this video for insight on what Climatec achieved with a Microsoft solution for field service to help organize and automate business processes and give employees the data needed to deliver exceptional customer service.
Diversity is a defining characteristic of today’s global workforce. With teams working on projects around the world, it’s critical to have different perspectives on the work being done to ensure an inclusive final product or service that all users can relate to. To that end, Schneider Electric wanted to create a Human Resources campaign that would bolster its reputation as a company that prides itself on being diverse and recruiting the best talent from around the world. It was only appropriate, then, that during the creation of such an important campaign, the company would include as many voices as possible to ensure an adequate representation of its multi-ethnic workforce.
In this video, you’ll learn how Schneider Electric used Microsoft Teams to ensure constant collaboration and provide a digital workspace where ideas could be polished into final concepts. You’ll also discover how even complex projects that span multiple teams across various regions can thrive when empowered with the right focus and digital tools.
The global average cost of a data breach is $3.6 million. Is your company prepared to deal with the aftermath of a cyberattack?
Many businesses struggle with preventive measures that block the sharing of sensitive information or prevent unauthorized users from viewing sensitive documents. It’s no wonder that protecting against data leaks is a daunting task.
With the rich security features available in Microsoft 365 Business, you can easily protect your company’s sensitive data. Check out this infographic for a quick overview of industry trends, business pains, proof points, and more on how you can prevent data leaks.
Imagine you’ve worked hard to plan and strategize your IoT roadmap. You’ve finally established what devices you want to connect and how you’re going to use that data to drive growth for your business. You’ve also convinced the board and other stakeholders about your strategy and have gotten the green light to begin ASAP. So you’re all set, right? Well, not exactly. What’s missing is one of the most challenging and crucial steps for most companies—one that can completely make or break your entire initiative: choosing the correct platform on which to execute your IoT program.
Ideally, you want a platform that allows devices to connect seamlessly —of course—but you also need flexibility, scalability, security, and the ability to transform data into dashboards to obtain insights.
In this infographic, you’ll learn how Microsoft IoT Central meets all of these requirements while delivering an intuitive and highly customizable UI that can and will adapt to your business, not the other way around.
To get ahead of the competition, SMBs realize they need to break down silos, work from connected systems and make every customer engagement count. In this thought-provoking, easy-to-read eBook, discover how Business Central integrates with Office 365 to provide an all-in-one solution to drive success.
Using three, day-in-the-life scenarios, visualize how Business Central brings insight and efficiency to daily routines. Specifically, this eBook illustrates the life of a business owner, a sales rep and an accountant, and shows how Dynamics 365 transformed their jobs.
American Express data shows that nearly 60 percent of customers try a new brand or a company just to find better customer service. In fact, 89 percent of customers often swap to a company’s direct competitor after bad service. These findings easily transport customer service from the category of business afterthought to the category of business priority. Read this article to discover four tips to building customer loyalty, and contact Kilobytes Data Solutions Inc. to learn how Microsoft solutions like Dynamics 365 for Field Service can support your efforts.
It’s no secret that Slack has taken the corporate world by storm. This successful collaboration app has managed to find a home in the offices and laptops of startups and multinational companies thanks to its intuitive, chat-based functionality. However, today’s highly fluid, complex, and remote workforce requires more than just chat-based collaboration—it needs native integration with crucial productivity apps, as well as a secure, flexible document repository that enables multi-team and project cooperation. This is where Microsoft Teams excels.
In this article, you’ll learn the competitive advantages of Teams over competing tools, and how Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella and Office 365 corporate vice president Kirk Koenigsbauer have learned from industry pain points to create a fully integrated, holistic collaboration software solution that is empowering companies to scale and expand across the world.
Today’s diverse and intergenerational workforce is most productive when it has adequate channels to collaborate in a seamless and effective way. There’s a catch, however: teams are far more diverse and remote than ever before, and each organization requires its own distinct approach to digital collaboration. In other words, your workplace tools and applications must be customized based on your teams’ diversity, location, and work methods.
With this infographic, you’ll learn about the three main characteristics that define our modern workplace and gain insight into what drives productivity and efficiency in today’s organizations. After reading it, you’ll have a better understanding of current trends and can keep these in mind when creating or modifying your organization’s work environment.
Do you know the difference between security and privacy? Although these terms are often used interchangeably, they are quite different. And both are crucial to business longevity. Check out this thought leadership article to help you get started.
The IoT is changing today’s organizations into digital businesses. It’s also creating innovative business models, boosting efficiency, and fostering engagement in both employees and customers. Change is not always smooth, however. Sometimes the only way to adapt and stay relevant is by radically reinventing the way things have been done in the past, which can be a painful process for some companies.
There are other barriers to entry for IoT as well: most enterprises don’t know where to start implementing the technology; moreover, if strategies do exist, there’s almost always a conflict regarding who owns them. During these discussions, it’s the job of the CIO to fill the resulting IoT leadership void.
This book provides CIOs and IT leaders with a solid foundation for starting business conversations, developing initiatives, and creating successful IoT strategies with a quick time-to-market. Subscribe now to download your copy.