Does your organization’s tech capabilities support your business requirements? Insight Analytics™ lets you keep an eye on what’s relevant for your organization.
By Peter Odgaard-Jensen, CTGlobal CEO
August 24, 2020
You spend a lot of money on IT. You want to know that you get the best return.
If enterprises have learnt nothing else from 2020, they’ve learnt that technology is what can make or break a company. More specifically, the level of digital maturity the business is at. And even more specifically, the ability of technology to quickly adapt to and meet new business requirements no one had seen coming in the final months of 2019.
Enterprises were of course already making heavy investments in digitalizing enterprise processes and business models. The current situation simply created more of a burning platform to focus on results and potential.
What you need to focus on, of course, depends on what your role in the organization is, and on your business requirements: Are your eyes on employee satisfaction, tech; finances, security, legal compliance?
In other words: When technology fails and computers crash company-wide is it your role to dive into your budgets, give your employees a pep talk, or search high and low for hackers?
What do you demand of your technology?
Where your business focus is translates into specific demands on the technological capabilities of the organization:
Maybe rolling out Microsoft Teams was the most important factor in successfully maintaining “business as at least usual” once your workforce started working from home?
Maybe your organization needed to enroll a large number of new devices into the machine park, and it is paramount to ensure that they are fully operational and secure?
Or maybe the biggest priority is to make sure that all devices are synchronizing to the corporate cloud, so that no data is inaccessible or, even worse, lost?
Customization helps your focus
To address the diverse and individual requirements of our enterprise customers, the latest version of our data visualization and analysis tool, Insight Analytics™, is designed to make it easier and faster to get at exactly the insights your organization needs, in order to drive your business through change:
We have focused on developing customization features, so that you can easily extract and highlight whatever is more important to your specific business, here and now, in the way that is best suited to your reporting requirements.
CTGlobal is an IT consultancy and development company focused on cloud, data center, security and enterprise client management. The corporate HQ is based in Denmark with offices in Norway, Estonia and The United States. The company was founded in 1999.
CTGlobal is Microsoft Gold Partner in Windows and Devices; Cloud Platform; Cloud Productivity; Datacenter; and Enterprise Mobility Management, and our experts speak and teach at leading international seminars and conferences.
CTGlobal helps enterprises maximize return on their investments in Microsoft Systems Management and cloud platform solutions, by visualizing threats to compliance, security and performance in their IT infrastructure, and prioritize tasks and resources accordingly. CTGlobal is renowned for expert solutions and recognized as leaders in the field of management technology and infrastructure visualization.
About Peter Odgaard:
Peter is an experienced CEO, who has worked in all tiers of the IT value chain, with a wide range of disciplines, including managing distribution channels, go-to-market strategy, sales management, strategic partnerships, and IT strategy.
What is Insight Analytics™?
Insight Analytics™ analyzes and visualizes the data from your infrastructure, and delivers a full overview of IT threats and potentials in an easy-to-read, customizable dashboard.
Insight Analytics™ Feature List
In version 4.2, we have focused on features that vastly improve your operational excellence, security posture and compliance efforts, with more automation to ensure accuracy and efficiency
Insight Analytics™ 4.3: Customized insights help drive and control change for better results
Blog post by Kent Agerlund, CTGlobal Founder, Microsoft MVP and Regional Director:
Digitalization is definitely the key to better results. But naturally there is a flipside: All that change needs to be controlled.
It is not helpful if the business’s most important work tools are unstable and performing badly
Blog post by Lisbeth Gjørup Petersen, Insight Analytics Business Development Manager:
With Insight Analytics™ we help you make sure your digital tools are implemented as they were in intended: As a cause of relief and empowerment, not frustration and obstruction.