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Over the past couple of years, we have seen organizations make a fundamental shift towards storing and managing their records in the cloud. As the internet continues to become the primary platform for conducting business, with collaborative tools and instant accessibility, the cloud makes increasingly more sense as the default location for data and records. And, with its low cost of ownership, effortless implementation, and ability to integrate with multiple repositories, many industry observers affirm that cloud-based records management is quickly becoming the new standard. Though fears persist, it is clear that on-premises solutions do not offer the security, coverage, or collaboration capabilities modern businesses seek to achieve.
And, at the end of this series, we find ourselves back where we began: collaboration. The main driver for any digital workplace initiative is to facilitate collaboration between employees wherever they’re located. As with the other items on our checklist, putting the user at the center of consideration is the key to success. Importantly, however, your digital workplace can only reach its full potential, and provide a productive platform for collaboration, once your information lifecycle, along with the governance rules that support it, is codified and executed.