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Extensive research into employee productivity shows that users find it difficult to keep up with the rapid pace of technology change. To address this productivity gap, organizations need to find new and innovative ways to help employees increase their proficiency and productivity with the software applications they use every day.

No Employee Left BehindWhether employees are learning about new software or using an existing application for the first time, providing not only self-help tools, but additional resources like migration troubleshooting, training classes and someone to call for help, allows for greater adoption. Our recent white paper outlines the challenges facing IT leaders and teams and new ways to make an impact—especially during a migration. It all leads to one principle—no employee should be left behind.

To illustrate this approach, we recently launched our new ad campaign using the theme “No employee left behind.” As more and more companies make the move to the cloud, our focus is to spread the word about how organizations migrating, to Office 365 for example, can increase employee adoption of the software’s new and enhanced capabilities. We believe that no employee should feel stranded on an island, tossed some new technology without a life raft or plan to navigate this new, uncharted territory. The ad campaign is a visual way to illustrate how important it is to provide ongoing support for new and current employees to help them be as productive in their jobs as possible.

We believe that no employee should feel stranded on an island, tossed some new technology without a life raft or plan to navigate this new, uncharted territory.

Look for our ads online at CIO.com, CNET and LinkedIn. Let us know if they captured your attention and helped open your eyes to a new way to support your employees, to assure migration success and to increase productivity for your organization. Don’t wait for your employees to send up an SOS signal—plan ahead and proactively help set them up for success.

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