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Cloud Computing Benefits make Working From Home Easier

Gartner
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How can IT simplify the new hybrid environment that the Work From Home (WFH) shift has caused in Cloud Computing?

2020 is the year that Work From Home (WFH) became the new normal for organisations around the world. Therefore giving both ‘work/life balance’ and ‘cloud computing’ a whole new meaning. However, what we aren’t talking about is the invisible driver (and key to success) in the WFH model. That is, a new hybrid of cloud and on-premise tech.

Meanwhile, IT operations and infrastructure teams are working with the most complex operating environments ever experienced. The transition of existing systems to a geographically distributed user base will be a complex task. A spike in SaaS-based applications and cloud services has increased the IT workload.

Moreover, IT teams have absorbed the extra work out of necessity, to keep businesses running. Yet, the future success of the WFH model relies on developing a more sustainable system. Where infrastructure exists within flexible cloud environments that support complex system/application setups.

“The COVID-19 pandemic brought about a huge experiment in widespread remote working. As business leaders plan and execute reopening of their workplaces, they are evaluating more permanent remote working arrangements. As a way to meet employee expectations and to build more resilient business operations.”

Elisabeth Joyce, Vice President of Advisory in Gartner HR Practice.

In short, we build best of class solutions for today’s digital workplace. With a goal to increase employee productivity, improve your competitive advantage and introduce workflow and collaboration efficiencies that have a direct, positive contribution to your bottom line.

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