By 2020, 90% of the businesses around the world may shift to hybrid cloud infrastructure. Hybrid cloud offers companies the scalability, flexibility, and cost-effectiveness of public cloud combined with the security and compliance benefits of private cloud.
Today, businesses operate in a complex tech-driven competitive environment using a plethora of applications and clouds. Managing this distributed infrastructure in a secure manner is a complex and resource intensive exercise.
Today, the mass penetration of mobile phones and internet in India has affected a rise in the adoption of emerging technologies.
Today, technological evolution and constantly growing customer demands are altering the way organizations work.
While it seems like a wonderful idea to have a full-fledged in-house IT team who can take care of all the support and maintenance that IT brings with it, it could turn into an arduous task overtime.
It is the cyber era right now and it’s a great time to be running a business. However, it is also a very scary time due to the advancements in security breaches and cyber attacks.
As businesses grow, customer needs and preferences play a significant role in deciding the nature of the applications and infrastructure that needs to be in place.
Loss of data has led to businesses being shut down, not just millions of lost jobs. In the recent past, we have seen hurricanes bringing down entire states and sometimes, even countries have succumbed.