What Does Digital Transformation Mean for Your Company?

The incorporation of digital technology into all aspects of business, inherently changing how you conduct business and deliver value to your customers, is referred to as digital transformation. The pandemic has clearly highlighted the digital gaps in businesses with all businesses having to move to remote working and now the world has evolved from a physical workspace to working virtually anytime and anywhere. We, at Coleman Communications can offer the right guidance with our consultation and support service in helping you transform your business digitally. With models of remote and hybrid working here to stay, businesses must consider how to support mobile working environments. This means ensuring agile teams can flexibly scale up on a project-to-project basis, utilising data to optimise decision making.

Assessing Your Business

The first step before making any change whether big or small is business assessment. This includes the evaluation of the competitive landscape and technological opportunities available for your business to achieve the intended results in your digital transformation journey.Our evaluation entails the following:

  • Identify the issues that need to be handled as well as the opportunities that should be pursued in order to reach maximum potential
  • Performing a gap analysis to identify inconsistencies
  • Assessing your company’s approach to current IT trends and applications
  • Insight into your budget and financial resources to devise your strategy and distinguish priorities

Our digital solutions for your business are based on analysing the need for bringing about change in terms of your organization’s beliefs and culture. We believe in taking small, deliberate steps toward a larger goal, and we can assist you in selecting technological solutions that will help you achieve your long-term ambitions.

How can Coleman Communications help you digitally transform your business?

Coleman Communication digital transformation services can assist you in achieving tangible results for your company and establishing business agility through optimised solutions based on the assessment of your current capabilities, and moving forward we can:

  • Introduce business strategies that utilises cutting-edge technology to its full potential to improve your business.
  • Offer input on services like Data Solutions, Business Analysis, Cloud, User Experience, Storage and Disaster Recovery, Machine Learning, and Artificial Intelligence from our in-house consultants
  • Help with the development of responsive operations based on advanced analytics and data assets.
  • Assist you in making decisions about leveraging or adapting to emerging technologies.
  • Establish new sources of revenue and opportunities for market expansion.
  • Re-evaluate and reinvent the methods used to interact with customers, contractors, and potential partners. 


And this is just the tip of the iceberg. Now is the exact time to implement a comprehensive, well-thought-out digital transformation strategy to future-proof your business. You don’t have to change everything in one go, and we’re here to help you discover and address possible trouble areas step by step.

Contact us now and let us guide you through the entire digital transformation process and help you future-proof your business.


To fulfil today's high storage and processing requirements, many businesses must deploy multiple servers, each running at half their capacity, due to the limitations of x86 servers resulting in excessive operating costs. However, this can all be mitigated through the concept of Virtualisation. Virtualisation depends on software to mimic hardware functionality and create a virtual computer system. This allows companies to run multiple virtual systems – as well as multiple operating systems– on one server. Virtualisation strives to centralise admin work, lower hardware costs, and improve scalability and workflow.

Types Of Virtualisations

Hardware virtualisationis the concept of virtual versions of operating systems and computers. To enable hardware virtualisation, the basic idea is to combine several small physical servers into a single large physical server so that the processor can be used efficiently. The physical server’s OS is converted into an OS that runs within the virtual machine. The primary benefit is that a virtual server is much easier to manage than a physical one. Hardware virtualisation can enhance your company’s scalability while also lowering its costs. Downtime costs in the event of a physical server failure can also be significantly reduced as a virtual machine can be easily cloned.

Desktop virtualisation allows for the access of user workstation from a remote device. By isolating the user desktop, companies can enable users to work from remote sites anywhere with a network connection, using any desktop, laptop, etc to access company’s resources regardless of the device or operating system used by the remote user. As each virtual desktop is hosted on a central server, new user desktops can be arranged instantly and made available to new users. Furthermore, IT support resources may be diverted to issues on virtualisation servers, with little regard for the actual devices used to access the virtual desktop.

Application virtualisation is a technology that tricks a standard app into thinking it interacts directly with the capabilities of an operating system when, in fact, it does not.It enables people to connect and use an application from a computer other than the one where it is installed. This is quite useful as IT administrators can use application virtualisation software to set up remote applications on a server and deliver them to an end user’s computer. Application virtualisation streamlines software deployment by eliminating the need for app installation and uninstallation.

Server virtualisation technology can divide a single physical server into multiple virtual servers, all of which can run its own operating system and applications and serve as an independent server. One benefit of this is that you can run the same application on multiple servers without actually buying additional equipment.Reducing the number of servers in your data centre reduces power usage and is more cost effective.At Coleman communications by implementing server virtualisation, we can assist you in maximising the value of your existing infrastructure for business growth and innovation. We optimise server resources to align it with business needs, in addition to offering good performance and maximum utilisation.

Network virtualisation is the method of transferring network resources that were previously available through hardware to software. This technique can either merge several physical networks into a single virtual, software-based network or split a single physical network into distinct, individual virtual networks. There are many advantages to network virtualisation including enhanced performance, superior network speed, file and programme management is centralised from a single physical location and storage media such as hard drives or tape drives can be added more easily.

At Coleman Communications, with our customized virtualisation solution, our clients gain improved business performance and development, increased control over their networking footprint, and easily manageable business scaling in accordance with the needs of the company.

Get in touch, to learn more and consult with our experts on virtualizing your business.