In the last 12 months, the adoption of cloud technologies and services has skyrocketed, and with the spend on worldwide public cloud services in 2021 estimated at $332 billion, we’re looking at the new normal for businesses. Throughout this piece, we share our thoughts on the impact the COVID-19 pandemic has had on the rate
Let’s imagine that the world was in the midst of a marathon race. Suddenly, the rules change. The race is now a sprint and we must adapt, whether we like it or not. Ever since the pandemic wave swept through the world, the healthcare sector has been going through the exact same situation. Across the
Prior to the pandemic, many organizations required their employees to come into the workplace, whether it was for leadership, community, security or other reasons. COVID-19 caused organizations everywhere to quickly shift to remote work, regardless of their opinion before. The shift was a matter of safety and public health, yet many companies that used to
There are convincing business cases for using public, private or hybrid cloud models under normal trading conditions. But now, in the midst of the COVID-19 crisis, your choice might impact your company’s long-term sustainability. With the COVID-19 crisis unfolding, enterprises are asking whether they have adopted the right cloud computing models for their business’s processes
Three technology giants continued to dominate cloud computing in 2019, with each bringing in some interesting tools to play with as they sprawled over smaller players. The big picture did not change radically in 2019. All the big three cloud providers (or big four if you consider Alibaba’s growth in East Asia) continued to grow
The New York Times today announced that it is leveraging the power of Google Cloud technology to digitize an extensive collection of photographs dating back to as early as the late 19th century. The process will uncover some never-before-seen-documents, equip Times journalists with an easily accessible historical reference source, and preserve The Times’s history, one
Eventually the cloud won’t be able to cope with the billions of devices seeking data storage, and more localised ‘edge’ tech will be adopted. Time travel to the UK in 2025: Harry is a teenager with a smartphone and Pauline is a senior citizen with Alzheimer’s who relies on smart glasses for independent living.