Digital workspace

The digital workspace is a central hub where you can access all your enterprise productivity tools. Much more than a simple intranet, it becomes the place where your colleagues start and end their day – from checking their emails to filing reports to interacting on the social feed. It’s about making those connections as easy online as offline.

Office 365

Office 365 is the world’s most advanced enterprise communications and collaboration platform. It provides you a central hub where colleagues can work seamlessly and effectively – wherever they are and whatever device they’re using.


Yammer is Microsoft’s enterprise social network. It allows colleagues to share ideas, find colleagues with the right information and interact with one another intuitively and naturally.


SharePoint is the world’s leading document sharing and collaboration portal. Highly flexible, it can be designed to fit around how your company works and to do exactly what you need.


Delve is a next generation machine learning tool from Microsoft. It saves your colleagues time and energy by surfacing documents, conversations and other information that is relevant to them.

Office 365 Groups

Office 365 Groups provide employees with a more natural way of working online. They let users create a Group where they can easily chat, share information and feedback on specific projects for more continuous team work.

Nintex Workflows

All work is underpinned by processes and procedures. Nintex Workflows can be built into Consortium’s solutions to ensure these processes are more efficient by automating steps and reducing the chance of mistakes.

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Enterprise IT as a utility – from Capex to Opex

In many aspects of our lives, we are advised to make the large investment rather than purchase piecemeal. You’ve likely heard the conversation in your local pub about how renting is a racket and to do so would be the equivalent of ‘throwing your money down the drain’....

A new vision for IT – from imposition to partnership

Even just ten years ago, the fundamental purpose of the CIO was mainly concerned with IT infrastructure. Choosing which mainframe to implement, hiring the IT technicians with the skills to manage it and explaining the need for new tools to the board. How rapidly things change!