Most organisations are now moving or planning their move to cloud-based applications, with Microsoft 365 implementation often being their single largest enterprise-wide such project. Implementing MS 365 may not be quite as straightforward as you might think if your existing network architecture isn’t quite up to scratch.
Left unaddressed, you’ll soon hear complaints from your people that this new, better system isn’t anything like as fast or responsive as expected, that voice calls via Skype aren’t coming through well, or that accessing SharePoint and One Drive isn’t quite living up to its promise. Remote workers, in particular, will feel the pain as they still wrestle with VPN to provide their security. Having sold your organisation on the benefits of MS 365, this is the last place you want to be.
Board Advisor, NED, COO/CIO, Fractional Support, Digital Leadership Coach
With a broad background as a COO/CIO/CDO, C-Suite Advisor, NED, Senior Transformation Leader and Coach, Mark tackles multiple fronts from the advantage of diverse experience in business operations, technology, procurement, delivery and risk. With a deep knowledge of business models from multiple sectors and extensive experience in fast-paced digital start-ups.
Mark’s work across extensive business types, functions and countries empowers him with experience to bear across silos. Mark has built a reputation for advocating cross-business collaboration, taking a pragmatic approach and championing transformative change.