One of the most common mistakes for businesses is to get complacent after a crisis like COVID-19. While businesses rapidly adapted to the new environment in March 2020, how many have thought about the long term structural change this pandemic has accelerated for their internal processes, employee motivation, customers and competitors?
Business managers and owners must start thinking about what the newnormal is post-pandemic, and what
technology is required to support that.
Following the significant growth of the development and use of mobile applications, emerging market opportunities in countries like China and India are based on the scalability, availability and performance of the Internet-enabled applications.
To meet the user expectations and the needs of an increasing number of the Internet-based population, every application solution needs to have full capacity to accommodate spikes in Internet traffic and global availability.
Cost savings is not the only reason companies are moving data and applications to the cloud. Increasingly, CIOs are thinking of cloud computing in terms of flexibility, agility and competitive advantages.
The cloud offers not only dramatic economies of scale but a significant leap forward in advanced security capabilities that simply can’t be achieved using traditional, appliance-based security.