“The biggest part of digital transformation is changing the way we think,” a quote every industry is currently adapting while facilitating remote-working to their employees. In regular terminology, transformation is any significant change in form, nature, or appearance. At the moment if we look around us, we can see transformation evidently; individuals, organizations, as well as industries, have all transformed or transforming, modifying the traditional methodologies in order to fit into the current landscape.
The onset of COVID-19 has accelerated the path to the cloud. Today, cloud computing has become the core for most organizations, and it will continue to remain the same in times to come. The post-COVID phase would certainly witness stupendous growth in this area as it is affordable, easy to use, and also highly customizable. The dawn of cloud technology brought us closer and made communication one of the most essential aspects of human life easier and faster.
There would occur to be a need to digitize every aspect of a business process that will be beneficial in the longer run. In response to the pandemic, companies have also adopted the requirement of efficient team collaboration tools as a way to ensure remote teams can communicate and collaborate. Collaborative solutions are the need of the hour highlighting the paradigm shifts in business operations.
COVID, collaboration, challenges
There exists a certain uncertainty that comes along with digitization and it strictly refers to data security. But concerns over security are genuine and enduring. With the rising concerns over data protection and privacy, many enterprises feel uneasy about passing control of their communications infrastructure to a third party. With security breaches and malfunctioning, it is imperative that we are vigilant and, on our toes, to face unknown challenges.
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