For most healthcare systems, improving patient care is the key goal, and yet many miss the opportunity to apply Unified Communications (UC) solutions which they may already have in place to increase engagement on both the employee and client levels.
Digital transformation has become a much-lofted principle of doing business in the modern world, but what does it mean for a company to engage in and fully execute a digital transformation? For starters, it could mean preparing the office space for mobility that entails operating inside and outside the firewall. No longer tethered to a desk, desktop and PBX, the modern office embraces the global marketplace and does business wherever and whenever it calls. The initial step to digital transformation is, therefore, to adopt the necessary tools to achieve these goals.
Imagine the office and all of its intricate and often sensitive communications done on a single unified platform known as Facebook? The truth is stranger than fiction sometimes, now that Facebook has unveiled the just-out-of-beta version of Workplace by Facebook. The Mark Zuckerberg owned, a $49-billion-dollar company, has set its sights on big business and looks to scale up for corporate use.
The sensation of the public cloud involves the winning trifecta of access, simplicity, and cost. Without the need to develop a costly infrastructure, the idea of hosting elsewhere, and letting somebody else put it all together while only paying for the service holds great appeal. The public cloud takes all of that worry from the enterprise and says, “Hey I got this.”