About Michael Sieber

Michael Sieber is the Portfolio Director of Digital Solutions at Sirius.

Finding Your Spot on the Remote Work Journey

The COVID-19 pandemic has had far-reaching, profound effects on nearly every segment of the population. According to a new Pew Research Center survey, nearly nine in 10 U.S. adults say their life has changed at least a little as a result of the outbreak, including 44% who say their life has changed in a major [...]

Tech Companies Offer Remote Work Resources

In an effort to curtail some of the work-from-home challenges brought on by COVID-19, many technology solution providers are offering free trials of their products that are designed to enable remote work. For those looking for a digital collaboration platform, Microsoft is offering a 6-month free trial of Teams and lifting restrictions on user limits. [...]

Collaborate Digitally with Microsoft Teams

The workplace used to be a rigid, stuffy place where employees were expected to dress in a uniform or business wear and work at their desk or cubicle from 9 to 5 every day. These strict standards have roots in the Industrial Revolution, when it was crucial for people to work together in assembly [...]

How to Quickly Build Engaging Digital Experiences

Are you struggling with increasing your conversion rate? Are you finding it hard to ensure that your website visitors don’t click away after a few seconds? Is it hard to gain traction with your brand on mobile devices? Companies that embrace digital capabilities transform themselves, so they not only survive but thrive in the new [...]

Understanding Social Business: “Business” is the Key

Previously, we had written about what it means to become a Social Business, putting some level of definition to the term itself. Although it does begin with understanding the consumer offerings such as Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, etc., becoming a Social Business should not be a project left strictly to the Information Technology team to bring [...]

The Value of Becoming a Social Business

Since social networking first made its debut, the number of consumer oriented web sites has grown exponentially: Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, and Flickr just to name a few, followed by some lesser known ones such as Bebo, Friendster and Pinterest.  For some of these, the value to a business is clear: most human resources organizations already [...]