User training leads to mobile, productive workplace

By , June 23, 2014
User training leads to mobile, productive workplace
A major aspect of preparing any business for sweeping developments in enterprise technology is to invest enough resources into the software adoption process. Companies that utilize Microsoft products such as Windows 8 or the most recent versions of Office suite are uncovering new opportunities to leverage these tools to maximize productivity in the workplace.

In fact, Satya Nadella, Microsoft's chief executive officer, has it made it clear that one of the company's top priorities in the next few years is to continue innovating its products to satisfy naturally occurring trends in the business world. InformationWeek reported that Nadella has already made several public appearances this year introducing new ideas and features to existing products. For instance, the software giant recently released Office for iPad, which was big news for organizations that are already embracing mobile devices as a supplement to desktop or laptop computers. The website suggested that Microsoft is attempting to implement a new strategy that focuses primarily on mobile and cloud-based services.

Businesses are hungry for more flexibility
This strategy comes at an opportune time in the business world. April marked the 40th anniversary of the first modern-day cubicle - an office design that has since become highly criticized by employees that value collaboration and flexibility in the workplace. In an interview with The Atlantic, author Nikil Saval highlighted the fact that many businesses throughout the world are rushing to redesign their office spaces to reduce the sense of isolation employees feel on a daily basis.

Software developments continue to follow a similar pattern. With such an emphasis on mobility, unified communication and remote access, enterprises are able to truly practice what they preach in terms of promoting more interaction among colleagues. Businesses have more options than ever before when it comes to accessing their operating systems and software programs on multiple devices. However, IT managers won't want to overlook the need for effective user training strategies that reduce the amount of time it takes for employees to adopt new software programs and fully utilize the most relevant features available. These innovations are ultimately about increasing efficiency. Taking a proactive approach to user training is an effective way to maximize the full potential for increased productivity. The less time employees spend searching for answers about how to complete certain tasks on a program, the more likely it is they will become happy and knowledgeable users.

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