As Australia and the world, adjust to a new ‘business as unusual’ in the face of COVID-19, our thoughts are with the individuals impacted and the front-line responders keeping us safe and healthy.
As business leaders and IT teams feel the pressure to implement rapid solutions to keep their businesses running remotely, Data#3 is here to help. We have a number of solutions ready to deploy and resources available to help train staff from anywhere.
With growing concerns around COVID-19, we’re seeing an immediate rise in the mobile workforce. 56% of employees, have a job that could be done remotely1. If members of your workforce fall into this category or are being forced to adapt anyway, it’s likely you’re researching how to quickly set them up for success in a home office.
The decisions your organisation makes about public cloud will have a profound effect on its future capabilities. 94% of all organisations now embrace public cloud services, enjoying the ability to scale quickly, support mobile workers and roll out new services. In fact, global annual spend on public cloud is expected to reach US$331.2 billion by 2022*.
Every industry, from small businesses to the largest global enterprises, is experiencing dramatic changes to the way we work. There are substantial pressures on organisations to rapidly adopt a new remote working model so that organisations and economies can continue to operate. While technology is available to support this goal, the measure of success will be people transacting and delivering output across the entire value chain.
It’s a situation that few of us thought we’d ever find ourselves in, but here we are. With the emergence of coronavirus (COVID-19), the working world is forced to adopt a new type of productivity, with organisations of all sizes adjusting to a new type of ‘business as unusual’.