The Modern Workplace.
The Modern Workplace supports collaborative working wherever you need to work, seamlessly across your device. It shifts the working practice form traditional folder/email working to real-time collaboration through products such as Microsoft Teams as well as the co-authoring of documents with real-time chat and conferencing facilities. Microsoft’s Modern Workplace technologies deliver an enhanced level of security and compliance with integrated tools to protect your workforce and your company’s data.
Extech Cloud has been delivering innovative desktop solutions to clients for 20 years. In the journey to the cloud, we are often recognised by industry partners to be at the forefront of delivering innovative modern workplace solutions to clients to enhance productivity.
The Modern Workplace opens the world as your new office. Flexible working offers increased agility and workforce mobility, meaning your staff can use any device, anywhere. Offering increased productivity by allowing you to securely work on documents, access emails, attend online meetings and much more, anywhere in the world from your mobile device.
The Modern Workplace: Collaborate, Anywhere, Anytime, On Any Device .
The Modern Workplace is evolving from static and traditional email time lags and single-access documents to mobile and real-time collaborative working teams, with higher ROIs than traditional approaches. Digital collaborations bring your employees even closer together. Co-authoring of documents and virtual meetings mean your employees can work together in an instant, without the need for travel.
Significantly Improved Cybersecurity Through the Public Cloud.
Not only does the cloud offer better cybersecurity, but also provides increased visibility. We can create specific data prevention policies that are designed specifically for your industry sector or organisational requirements.
The public cloud then allows you to monitor and report on your organisation’s activities to ensure that your data is secure.
Gartner predicts that through 2020, public cloud workloads will suffer at least 60% fewer incidents than those in traditional private cloud data centres.