IT Change Management
What is it and why do you need it?
When it comes to technology, nothing stays the same forever. Eventually, every device your business is using will reach the end of its lifecycle and need to be replaced. And over time, your business needs are also likely to change – meaning at some point, you’ll probably want to refresh, upgrade or add to your office software.
However, just because change is natural, that doesn’t mean it’s easy – especially if you’re planning a lot of changes at once, which will impact the way your employees work or your company is run. And if these changes aren’t implemented correctly, there’s a risk that instead of helping, they’ll cause a lot of unwanted disruption, both technically and emotionally.
That’s why IT Change Management is so important: essentially, it’s a set of processes for ensuring that major changes of technology cause as little interference as possible to the running of your business. As specialists in Mac business support in the London region and members of the ACN Apple Consultant Network, the Mac experts at Dr Logic help businesses deliver an IT change management process smoothly and effectively. We take the headache and the worry out of this hugely important task.
How can Dr Logic help?
When we’re helping companies to plan and execute major projects, as an established business IT consultancy based in London, IT Change Management is a key part of our support when helping companies to plan and execute major projects. Using our extensive experience and following best practice guidelines, we’ll work with you to make the process as smooth as possible by:
Developing and implementing a structured plan, timetable and approach
Communicating with people across your company, to explain the rationale for the change and what to expect
Engaging with employees directly, so they feel involved in the process and can voice any queries or concerns
Offering training to the relevant employees ahead of time
Setting up a rollback/mitigation plan in case the change fails or creates unforeseen problems
Testing the planned change in a staging environment before it goes live
Testing the change after it’s gone live, to ensure that it’s been implemented correctly and to resolve any issues
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