Cloud-based communications have given five different companies a lifeline during lockdown, here’s how
Cloud for Business 2020
Each year 30 per cent of cloud services are not being utilised, resulting in millions wasted with the numbers likely to rise. Our Cloud for Business special report, published in The Times, explores why cloud is more important than ever, refocusing attitudes to data management and the accelerated cloud deployment during COVID-19. It examines how cloud-based communications have given five different companies a lifeline in lockdown. Also, the featured infographic looks at the growing datasphere and how the reliance on public cloud data centres will continue to grow.
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The need to operate and support vast remote working in a pandemic environment is causing companies to ramp up their plans to embrace intelligent transformation
Over the past few months, banks, social media sites, ecommerce stores and even gaming platforms have seen dramatically increased demand for their services
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A third era of cloud adoption is being accelerated by the coronavirus pandemic