CLOUD TECHNOLOGY & WFH
Let’s be honest. WFH may stay for a while but eventually, people will flock back to their workplace. When that happens, some zealots might be scrambling to evaluate their spending. Investment decisions based on long-term viability of a technology adoption is always a better way forward.
ADOPTION OF HYBRID MULTICLOUD
AS OPERATING MODELS It will again depend on how the postpandemic world shapes up when normalcy returns. Based on the early trends we see; it is unlikely that people will stay at home. So, these are interesting times. Most may prefer to keep their cloud contracts short and wait for the board and leadership to decide about returning to the workplace. Future or longterm IT investments might be influenced by broader society and organization’s outlook towards return to work. Nevertheless, in the near term, cloud adoption and multi-cloud is here to stay.
TECHNOLOGY COMPLEMENTING INDUSTRY NEEDS
Our technology is gaining mainstream consideration and adoption. Security and Risk professionals have realized that they need a credible second line of defense to deter malicious actors and also to ensure that their risks are proactively identified and managed. Deployments can happen onpremise or cloud-based workloads – with Vehere’s PacketWorker, you’re assured that you have full visibility, AI powered detection of security risks and response capabilities always available at your disposal.
INCREASE IN ENTERPRISE SPEND IN 2021
2021 can be an interesting year for enterprise spending especially pertaining to cybersecurity. With employees working from home, a lot of organizations have ended up saving funds generally spent on office expenses, market outreach and travel. This is likely to be pumped into infrastructure and cybersecurity given that there’s concern about flight of IPR and data while employees choose to stay at home. Network & Endpoint telemetry-based security and availability solutions, data privacy and encryption/FPE (Format Preserving Encryption) technology are likely investment options.