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According to a recent report by cybersecurity solutions provider Check Point Software Technologies, 35% of organizations have more than 50% of their workloads in the cloud.
This kind of logical streamlining helps companies to move from a reactive stance in dealing with ad hoc work demands and put in place a set of instructions and protocols that remain stable and familiar, regardless of the situation at hand.
The strategy needs to be continuously fine-tuned and adapted as per evolving business, technical and security needs.
Digitization of operations is definitely paving the path for more sustainable operations and processes while also resulting in improved business resilience.
Recent estimates suggest that as many as 95% of organizations are moving fast to adopt multi-cloud as a strategic priority in 2022, but security remains a top concern and a strategic hindrance.
The total damages from cybercrime amounted to a staggering $6 trillion USD globally in 2021. Damages from ransomware attacks could very well reach $20 billion by 2021 – a 57X increase from levels measured just six years back in 2015
Automating nearly every part of the procurement process with cloud-based procurement solutions can accrue significant benefits to your business.
According to MarketsAndMarkets research, the global managed IT services market is all set to reach $354.8 billion by 2026. There are plenty of reasons behind the healthy growth in the sector even as other sectors have struggled to keep pace with the market uncertainty accompanying the pandemic period.
In one of its recent reports, Gartner found that 72 percent of organizations are not well-equipped to deal with disaster recovery, with 59 percent of respondents expecting budgetary increases for DR capabilities this year.