Moving to Office 365 is not just a change in technology but also a shift from document-centric to people-centric collaboration and communication. Office 365 leads to a more connected and collaborative organisation, only when fueled by the power of people information, including:
People information is key to the success of any Office 365 implementation. Hyperfish ensures the continued accuracy of your people information to maximise your return from Office 365.
Hyperfish brings your company directory to life with complete, up-to-date profiles—information critical to Office 365 and workplace modernization.
Automated — Hyperfish understands what’s invalid, and automatically starts a conversation with end users to collect and validate their information.
Easy for Users — Users can quickly and easily manage their information from anywhere via mobile or internet connected device.
Real Time Compliance — Hyperfish continually monitors your environment to ensure consistency and compliance to standards as your organization changes.
Improved user experience — the user interface will be full of rich and personalised information and documents
Increased adoption — due to users realising the full functionality and benefits of Office 365
Reduced IT workload — less help desk tickets and calls, due to Office 365 looking and working as its promised
Improve IT Service Delivery — automate the collection and maintenance of people profile and free up IT higher level tasks
Increase Employee Engagement — finding people and information iws faster and more effective
Unlock Value — tap into all the functionality across your Microsoft Tools and have them looking their best
Reduce Risk — avoid embarrassing mistakes and security breaches by ensuring accurate people information
MSIX is coming, MSI isn’t leaving, AppV is a safe bet, APPX is better, UWP will be fine if your applications fit…. How simple can you get?
Application Containerisation is coming, in fact with a number of technologies for Legacy 16 and 32 bit applications it’s been here for a while.
As technology continues to develop, it is true that some older programs become casualties of innovation. This often leaves organisations with important decisions to be made as older applications may not be compatible with the latest operating platforms such as Windows 10.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is an EU regulation due to come into force on 25 May 2018, at which time businesses and organisations’ responsibilities for the handling and processing of personal data will change.