Microsoft used to be extremely rigid in their development process. Every six months, they’d release a big, new update. People would complain that things didn’t work and then they’d have to wait another few months before the issue was solved. An approach that is well documented.
Today, Microsoft’s rhythm has evolved as the business embraces a more agile way of doing things. This approach has changed the whole company. Now, we get updates more frequently, which means that issues are resolved in no time at all.
And we see this in the breadth of innovation in so many aspects of the work Microsoft is currently doing.
The findings of our recent survey revealed that it is these innovations that are having the greatest impact. It’s less about the paradigm-shifting, leading edge solutions and more about upping efficiency. Modern businesses aren’t concerned with reinventing the wheel. In fact, they’re looking for ways to make it better and more useful, which in turn makes businesses more productive, and ultimately, more profitable.
Based on research with executives about their current IT and technology needs. Talking with everyone from COO’s and technical directors to VP’s and project managers at more than 50 business, we wanted to find out how businesses are using Microsoft technologies each day. These tech experts outlined what tools and solutions are having the greatest impact across their organisations and offered a snapshot of their experiences working with the Microsoft stack.
Find out what strategies these IT pro’s are putting in place to prepare their organisations for all of the changes brought about by digital transformation.