We're almost at the end of Microsoft Ignite for another year, and this year has not failed to disappoint. Microsoft Teams has been front and centre, lots of announcements and a wide array of brand new Teams native endpoints including Bluetooth devices, phones, and the next generation of Skype Room Systems (name change perhaps?).
The world of IT is changing. In the last 5 years, we have witnessed the long-anticipated shift on how IT services are provided to an organisation. Software as A Service (SaaS) delivery of traditionally on-premises capabilities such as office productivity suites, email, telephony and conferencing services are no longer the exception to the rule, but rather the default approach. Cloud fit is the term I use to describe this trend.
In a recent blog, our resident "Old Guy Who Breaks Things" highlighted the pitfalls of technology and its adoption by organisations.
Money can be spent faster than it's accumulated, and now more than ever CFOs and Financial Controllers are looking for substantial returns on any technology investments they approve.