In the digital age, keeping businesses safe and compliant is no walk in the park. When manual processes were the norm, maintaining a safe business usually meant guaranteeing your physical files remained away from prying eyes and the competition. Today, it means ensuring that every single one of your touchpoints has the latest software updates, meets the best physical hardware security standards, and that your entire workforce knows how to safeguard their personal work data.
For local governments, digital transformation isn’t just a means of optimizing their daily operations or becoming more efficient—it’s also about potentially saving and improving the lives of thousands (even millions) of citizens. In other words, it’s about leveraging accurate, predictable data to be prepared for events such as an increase in population or a natural disaster.
Thankfully, the increased availability of digital tools and a growing integration between devices and systems is bringing cities closer than ever to this reality. In this video, you’ll learn about the City of Houston, Texas’ vision for becoming an interconnected hub for technological advancement and innovation, thanks to the tools provided by always-on digital technology.
Give workers access to greater collaboration features like Microsoft Teams, an interactive cloud platform with chat, video meetings, and file storage that integrates with trusted and familiar apps like Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook.
Your company will be able to consolidate all information and work in a central place to speed up productivity with simplified file storage and sharing.