There are clear differences and advantages between using a public, private or hybrid cloud solution and all are dependent on each business’s individual needs.
The last 18 months has provided challenges for many; creating home office spaces, adjusting to video meetings, avoiding distractions and loneliness to name just a few. However, with most companies introducing phased or hybrid return-to-work strategies, we are faced with a new set of challenges. One of which is ensuring colleagues and employees maintain vigilant with regard to cyber security.
As we enter this next phase of the pandemic many businesses are now having to review their working models. Employees have spent the last 18-months working in a very different way, in a new environment and are therefore demanding more flexibility. This means a shift to a hybrid working world.
Ultimately, you’ll hope that you never need to use your Business Continuity or Disaster Recovery Plans but the cost of not having such plans ready to deploy could be much greater than you’d expect. It’s not just the monetary value associated to the downtime, but it could damage your businesses reputation as well.
We have learnt a lot over the last 18 months, as have our clients. A solid IT infrastructure and allow you to pivot, quickly, at a time of extreme change.