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Digital Transformation | How Covid-19 shaped Digital Revolution

by punit.joshi

Digital Revolution- The Path to Next Normal

The newest reality that all businesses are moving towards from the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic is the Digital Revolution. Many organizations are already embracing scaling and speeding through digital platforms, COVID-19 has accelerated the pace across the globe. While some enterprises had already chosen to speed up the efforts, others implemented digital capabilities for the very first time to achieve business continuity.

Digital Transformation | How Covid-19 Shaped Digital Revolution

Digital Transformation | How Covid-19 Shaped Digital Revolution

Most enterprises followed leaders in bigger organizations to get value from cloud computing in order to digitize quickly and effectively due to COVID-19.  Here are a few digital trends that we have seen due to the pandemic:

1)  Cloud First Strategy

Enabling Cloud capabilities for business has made a huge difference in the past year. By opting for cloud computing, businesses across the world were able to adopt a remote-first approach, keeping employees safe, productive and seamlessly serving clients in various industries worldwide. Newly accelerated digital transformations like Cloud First Strategy have restored confidence among employees, consumers, and partners since changes can be handled real-time.

2) Rebooting Digital Workspace

As the unplanned work-from-home experiment continues, many businesses are now looking into few factors like – Will remote working be the next rule or just the covid exception? Is this remote-working model sustainable in the long run with the ever-growing cloud computing options. What about employee well-being and productivity?

While these may be the question on every organization’s mind, they also remain optimistic that companies will be able to overcome any deficits caused by moving to a digital workspace. They are looking at leveraging new tools and products being offered by many leading Cloud platforms that will help them customize employee preferences and enable remote work by taking into consideration personalized recommendations made by Cloud experts.


3) Cloud Strategy, Reengineered

Many corporates are looking beyond current tech capabilities of their organizations and considering a broad range of possibilities on how technology can expand their reach and make it a win-win situation. They are looking at platforms that are equipped with advanced analytics, automation, and AI. Companies are now moving towards continuous and dynamic environments that offer a wide range of future possibilities for them by embracing newer digital trends.

4) Unleashing Cloud Potential

Modernizing legacy enterprise systems and helping organizations migrate to the cloud can help unleash their true digital potential. Until recently, for many organizations, the cost needed for cloud migrations was prohibitive. But thanks to the pandemic, Cloud first strategy is being adopted by every organization. It’s scalable, cost- effectiveness and ease of use has created a shift in the way companies are moving forward with digital transformation.

5) Cloud Security

With the world moving towards an entirely digital transformation, the risks are going higher too. Secure data management has become the top most priority for all organizations. Cloud security measures when implemented correctly helps businesses prevent unauthorized access and keep data and applications safe. The main goal is to secure them from current and emerging cybersecurity threats. So organizations have understood the importance of security threats and are investing hugely to secure platforms.

Conclusion: Digital Revolution is the Path to Next Normal

The Covid-19 pandemic certainly has made the companies adopt the digital business models and only cloud platforms can provide the innovation, scalability, agility that the business demands and is required for transition. Digitalization has transformed in creating more jobs. While moving to Cloud, it’s important to be aligned with your technology partner on your needs and evaluate their product thoroughly before onboarding them. Companies no longer are competing for market share, rather they are competing to check who can build the vision faster than the competition. So businesses now will have to push forward, adopt agile ways and accelerate change in order to become the master in their fields, and Cloud definitely is the way to achieve that.