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Coronavirus changes everything. It changes the business priority to building “The Resilient Organization”—an organization with the ability to survive and thrive despite evolving needs and rapidly shifting circumstances.
New Ways to Work—Maintain Business Continuity with Information Management Solutions

Coronavirus changes everything. It changes the business priority to building “The Resilient Organization”—an organization with the ability to survive and thrive despite evolving needs and rapidly shifting circumstances.

The coronavirus is different from other business disruptions in recent years. While companies have been impacted by natural disasters, coronavirus is operating on a global scale with unpredictable speed and longevity. The magnitude of the disruption is forcing companies to focus on resilience and adopt new ways to work that minimize exposure, preserve business continuity and increase productivity through Information Management and digital technologies. This includes solutions to better support customers, maintain business operations, and enable employees to securely access, retrieve and collaborate on business information remotely.

The coronavirus outbreak is placing digital transformation and cloud-based solutions front and center. CIOs must re-evaluate their IT infrastructure to ensure it can cope with long term disruptions—now, and in the future. The cloud allows companies to be run from literally anywhere in the world.

Business continuity management has never been so important. It is not just external supply chains that are impacted when disaster strikes. Leveraging cloud-based Information Management technologies empowers the organization to:

  • Securely access remote business systems and continue working as normal• Collaborate and share business documents across a common portal
  • Leverage a notification service that determines whether business partners have been impacted, and even assist emergency responders with their work
  • Employ external trusted partners to manage the IT infrastructure in the cloud so that you can focus on getting other business operations back online as quickly as possible. During periods of business disruption, an Information Management platform should enable organizations to be connected, intelligent and secure.
  • Four key capabilities, as highlighted below in Figure 3, are essential: 1) Flexibility in terms of how information is accessed and retrieved, 2) Secure collaboration between internal, external and remote workers, 3) Visibility of end-to-end information flows, and finally 4) Insights that can be evaluated and actioned on with speed and agility.

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