Electronic archiving, digital transformation and business excellence

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In the era of massive technological development, digital records are pervasive in everyday life, from government, business and education to banking, healthcare and entertainment. While the huge investment of money, time and effort is made to create and bring information in the digital model, and everyone seeks to make great strides towards making digital information available in every society throughout the Middle East, where we do not have the ability to make this information available through generations of information technology, and make it available Using the technology of the future, enabling people to determine if it is real and reliable.
 
Despite these huge investments, digital transformation remains the biggest challenge for many companies in the Middle East. The Digital Transformation Index recently published by Dell Technologies revealed that 90% of companies in the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia face enormous obstacles that hinder their digital transformation initiatives. at present.
To overcome these obstacles, IT departments in governments and private sectors will have to hone their skills and in some cases reshape their entity. We will show you the four main axes that IT departments must master at the current stage in their quest to achieve digital transformation in the cloud era.
 
1) The real integration between data and application programs for electronic archiving
IT departments have usually focused on consolidation, but the real focus has been on network infrastructure. IT teams integrate and harmonize firewalls, routers, switches, servers, and network-connected devices across the local and working areas of the network and the Internet.
While IT teams are not yet integrated into the infrastructure, data integration and application software will be a priority in the context of cloud computing digital transformation. In addition to ready-made and specialized applications and in-house databases, companies are continually turning to a cloud-based architecture for sales, marketing, other customer services or business operational services and archiving all of these services.
Therefore, IT departments will have to focus their future efforts on 1) incoming applications and 2) how these applications integrate with the current mix of enterprise applications, applications, and cloud services. For many in the field, this integration will be a platform, providing cloud solutions to connect dispersed applications used in different physical and cloud environments.
In addition to integrating applications and data, IT teams must provide users with a completely consistent experience when they use applications and services. This means that users only have to login once on the network to access all the services and applications they need without having to log into every part or resource within the network. The IT team must find a way to manage identification and access rights across the organization.
2) Implementation of cyber security
Typically, digital transformation projects contain a number of new and unfamiliar technologies. In the process of implementing projects, the security and confidentiality aspect of information is often ignored, especially if these projects are not specifically required for it. IT staff must ensure that this disregard has stopped, and establish and implement a coherent approach in terms of security in order to formulate and implement policies that will:
Ensure and verify user identity to ensure users can easily and securely switch between their applications.
Establishing strict controls to ensure that users obtain the appropriate permissions for them to use the application programs.
Monitoring and auditing to ensure that users comply with the legislation and duties imposed by the government, sector or company.
Asset and asset management to ensure that desktop computers, laptops and devices do not become entry points for identity theft, ransomware, and other malware attacks.
In this context, it should be noted that browsers in this digital age have become an entry gate for many users, as the browser is the primary working tool to carry out their daily activities regardless of the type of device or browser used. For IT professionals, the browser is now facing the same security challenges as desktops, smartphones, and other device endpoints. IT teams should implement critical controls and improve browser security with the same attention to other points.
3) Work in the cloud
The advantages of using SaaS leads to many digital transformation initiatives, where SaaS projects typically require lower initial costs with faster configuration, implementation, easy upgrade, greater access and better scaling than those implemented in the workplace. As a SaaS application is being developed, implemented, and maintained for IT personnel, the industry is no longer working with hardware infrastructure or infrastructure support. It needs fewer resources to deal with continuous development and management.
Cloud architecture takes software to a new high-speed level in application development and use in the cloud. In many cases the ease and speed of developing applications in Amazon, Google, or other public cloud structures is at the forefront of early adopters of SaaS.
IT organizations can prepare for stability in the cloud by assigning site reliability engineers to their teams. It is a new situation that includes aspects of software engineering and applies it to its operational problems. Site reliability engineers must be vigilant and responsive


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