In this eBook, we’ll examine connectivity solutions that can address these issues and provide workgroups with the tools they need to be more productive, helping businesses run more efficiently.
By Frontier Business
October 05, 2017
Agile Companies Are Winners
It can be hard for today’s businesses to create a truly integrated work environment.
Having an infrastructure built on outdated technologies can further complicate the situation, resulting in a variety of business challenges that fall under four distinct categories:
- Managing Multisite Locations
- Connectivity Issues
- Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) Integration
- Decreased Employee Collaboration
What You Will Learn from This eBook
1. The connectivity challenges that hold businesses back
2. Recent trends that are changing the way businesses work
3. How businesses can work seamlessly by using technology to help employees be more productive
Common Business Connectivity Challenges
When your infrastructure is outdated, it can become increasingly difficult to create an integrated work environment.
For many companies, their connectivity challenges fall under the following categories:
Managing Multisite Locations
Multisite businesses experience unique business challenges as they try to collaborate and transfer data across locations. Additionally, when these businesses add or consolidate locations, infrastructures that are built with disparate technologies can result in duplicative costs and incompatibility.
Companies can’t thrive without a connection that’s fast, reliable, and secure. Businesses are at risk of disruption when systems are down, not running at full capacity, or compromised by a security breach. Plus, productivity is reduced when key resources and staff are pulled away to solve connectivity issues.
BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) Integration
Allowing employees to use their personal devices for work purposes can significantly boost productivity. But to safely realize the benefits of BYOD, companies need infrastructures that can securely support a wide range of device types, brands, and operating systems.
Decreased Employee Collaboration
Many companies use video conferencing, Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP), and other technologies to help their staff collaborate - but they don’t always have the infrastructure to handle it.
By tracking trends and using modern technologies, you can overcome these challenges quickly and affordably.
Download this eBook to see which trends and solutions are best suited for your business needs.