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2Go Version 4, Digital Transformation

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The modern, fast-paced business world is rapidly expanding to incorporate remote work for both front-line employees and executives. But there’s one big problem with remote work: most businesses have lots of sensitive data and files stored at their offices and nowhere else.

This significantly limits the decision-making abilities of organisation executives. Without crucial data on hand, they won’t be able to trust their decisions. But without the flexibility of remote access, they can’t be as agile as they might like.

What’s the solution? How can executives benefit from data-driven decision-making without compromising organisational security?

What is Data-Driven Decision Making?

In a nutshell, data-driven decision-making (DDDM) involves heavily utilising data to inform any decision-making processes in your organisation. Data can be used to both come to initial conclusions and later validate courses of action right before you commit. DDDM can be used to:

  • Offer and later collect survey responses, which can help you better suit the needs of your customers
  • Launch new products or services in test markets before committing lots of resources to said products or services
  • Conduct further tests for users to see how your clients or customers use your products and services, as well as identify potential issues you can resolve before release
  • Analyse data from your users or consumers, such as shifts in demographic data

Why is it Important?

At its core, DDDM allows you to stay ahead of the competition and remain as agile and responsive as possible to shifting consumer tastes and needs.

Additionally, DDDM can give employees and executives in your organisation real-time access to any critical business data, facilitating more rapid decision-making. More importantly, DDDM helps facilitate correct decision-making.

Access remote systems securely to leverage Data-Driven Decision Making in Your organisation

Since DDDM is so important, you’ll want to start leveraging it in your organisation ASAP. But how can you do that?

Using tools like 2Go’s Universal Mobile Access software, you’ll be able to rapidly expand access to crucial business data to anyone in your organisation without compromising on security.

This works by providing a cloud-based access portal that anyone in your organisation can log into from anywhere they have access to the Internet.

What to look for in an enterprise remote access solution and how 2Go’s Universal Mobile Access Can Help

It’s good to stick with tools that are extremely quick and easy to install, and it’s easy to operate, so there’s barely any learning curve and any new employees or clients can be up and running and accessing crucial data in just days.

Additionally, ensure that you use a totally secure solution, using existing gateway connections and also incorporating optional VPN connections depending on your preferences. You don’t want critical business data stored on any employee devices, this should be kept safe and under your control. You then don’t have to worry about hackers or disgruntled employees with revoked access getting important files when they shouldn’t.

2Go Universal Mobile Access covers all of the aforementioned and is the best way to make sure your organisation’s employees have all the data they need to make valid and rapid business decisions wherever and whenever it’s necessary. Staying agile, efficient, and effective has never been easier. Furthermore, 2Go is inexpensive and affordable for practically all organisations. It’s significantly cheaper than building mobile applications yourself.

For more details feel free to contact 2Go at

David Monks

Responsible for the day-to-day operations at iNovar. David's current focus is to scale 2Go through partnerships with System Integrators and Consultants.

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