Ensuring business continuity is critical for any organisation, especially in light of the current pandemic. Digital initiatives once considered a low priority have since been recognised as a top priority, and the move to digitising processes through e-invoicing is a step in the right direction.
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way we live our lives and the way we do business. Many new behaviors, such as physical distancing, virtual meetings and improved hygiene measures, will most likely linger as we gradually get back to normal. With smart solutions we can help each other stick to the new routines.
The most important thing is on how to take advantage of Digital transformation ,the initiatives have accelerated and remain the top business priority, especially in today’s environment, and the public clouds offer the speed and flexibility needed to navigate this new normal as companies find to new ways to work, interact and do business. However, unoptimized clouds can be costly and slow down the business transformation. The advantages with, cloud infrastructures that use analytics and machine learning to continuously adapt to the needs of applications, to help drive cloud resource optimization in real time, for both compute and storage.
Remote work has gone mainstream. By 2025, an estimated 70 percent of the workforce will work remotely for at least five days each month. And employees are embracing it: 86 percent of those who have the option of working from anywhere choose to do so. But while the option of remote work is a clear winner for individual employees, it’s not easy to build a sense of team community and culture with a distributed workforce.
Some common community challenges with a distributed workforce include the increased complexity of managing remote workers, lack of participation from offsite workers in meetings, and miscommunications that would not have happened if everyone was in the same office. This in mind, it’s important for organizations with a remote workforce to build a strong sense of community among everyone on the team—no matter where they are.
Another important thing is the gap in the skillsets, especially in India. Despite a steady increase in demand, India continues to witness a huge shortfall of skilled technology, cybersecurity professionals /consultant, A report says, there is need of a cyber security market place ,where we can offer the right price for the right talent for offering the right solution. However, we always go by the name( Global Companies into technology and cyber security consulting), they start with a small amount but end up with a humungous amount ,whereas the result may not satisfactory. With attackers embracing automation and artificial intelligence (AI) to launch attacks, cybersecurity professionals also need to stay a step ahead by leveraging AI. We must recognise the talent and best of the brains in India to make Aatmanirbhar.