Our job at SBT is to help your business move from outdated technology to a more modern way of doing business. This means letting go of old solutions that “seem” to be working, to modernized software delivery systems through the cloud. What are your biggest issues?
Outdated tools lead to security and compliance risks – It’s great to trust old things that still get the job done, but this way of thinking is best reserved for baseball gloves and charcoal grills. Software delivered via the cloud is always the latest version available, which means your systems are less vulnerable to breaches and security threats than they would be through manual methods.
File sharing is sporadic and unsecured – A major reason businesses refuse to implement new technology is because they don’t trust it. But the modern workplace means holding meetings at any time, with participants spread all over the world. If your business has an inability to locate and easily share documents, meeting notes, and relevant files, you need an upgrade.
Fragmented solutions lead to risk – Say your employees needed an internal chat platform but you didn’t supply them one. It’s possible they might find a third-party solution on their own. This kind of fragmented solution opens your business up to potential security issues. When you supply the tools, you ensure the technology is seamless and safe to use.
Poor email oversight – The world seems to run on email. It’s the paper trail that businesses use to document conversations and the basic platform to share ideas and collaborate. The issue is that too much email quickly gets out of hand. Collaboration tools like Microsoft Teams reduce the need for internal mail and give your team the ability to collaborate and share in real-time.