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In the current work landscape, companies are constantly striving to attract and retain the best talents by offering competitive salaries and appealing benefits. Often, however, they overlook a factor that plays a significant role in employee retention: their overall experience, or employee experience. Indeed, a positive experience can make a difference in keeping your staff engaged, motivated, and dedicated to the organization's success.
In today's rapidly changing business landscape, companies are becoming increasingly aware of the importance of embracing a modern business approach. This approach represents a paradigm shift that leverages technology and innovation to enable employees to work flexibly, use advanced digital tools, and collaborate effectively while fostering productivity and well-being.
Managing fixed and mobile workstations has always been a thorn for internal IT departments, mainly due to the lack of standards and policies. It happens much more often than you might think that users with the same roles have completely different workstations, or that users with specific performance needs are slowed down by devices with inferior features that don't allow them to perform their functions, or vice versa.
Today's market demands high-availability and always-on IT environments, where services and applications must remain active 24/7/365 because any downtime can bring negative consequences on revenue, image and reputation. This need consequently drives companies of different industries and sizes to entrust their data and business continuity to modern, established backup solutions.
If there is a common thread about networking among all companies, it is that most of the time it is taken for granted. Every day we share files, data, applications, and information, and we are so used to doing so through any device and from anywhere, that we underestimate how this sharing is made possible, at least until something goes wrong and everything then stops.
In a world where IT infrastructures are facing profound changes, companies must always find new ways to maintain control of their data, supporting a new era in which an indefinite number of devices connect to distributed IT resources from untrusted networks.
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