Technology has changed the way we do business and digital adaptation is critical. Many businesses don’t know where to start or who to trust when making investments in new processes or digital infrastructure. There is a fear of spending hard won profits on the “wrong” technologies. The Digital Manitoba Initiative (DMI) was created to provide businesses with the resources and expertise needed to make sound technology investment decisions to compete in an increasingly digital world.
Our new program enables access to services that provide fundamental building blocks for Manitoba companies using digital tools to run their business. The targeted services provide customized supports to help businesses adapt through three services streams that focus on creating or enhancing their digital presence, digital legal requirements, and cybersecurity. Program participants will leave equipped with a roadmap to enhance their digital infrastructure and the knowledge to implement it. These foundational services are essential to companies ongoing success in a digital.
Business Technology Assessment
Work with an Executive IT Leader who will analyze their existing technology environment and develop a technology roadmap for your business.
Best For: Businesses that have been investing in digital tools and now need a strategic approach for their technology to meet their needs and achieve their goals.
Digital Legal Services
Best For: businesses that have intellectual property, collect valuable data and want to invest in protecting it, particularly where the company provides a mobile app, software-as-a-service (SaaS) platform, or an active website where users provide content.
Work with an experienced cybersecurity professional who will identify digital vulnerabilities and cyber-attack risks then create a clear and actionable roadmap including technology, procedures, and training recommendations.
Best For: SMEs storing data locally or on cloud-based servers, operating software applications or email to service clients, and having remote employees.
To learn more about DMI and apply for the Digital Services Program visit digitalmanitobainitiative.com