It is impacting every corner of the business world, including organizations of all sizes, needs, and industries.
Entering the cloud is the first step on this journey towards digital transformation. It enables banks to focus time previously spent running and maintaining costly IT infrastructure, on activities of greater importance to their customers.
That’s a projection we’ve made in a Legal Business Report, titled The Next Five Years: Future of Legal Technology. The cloud is one of three key legal trends in the report that we forecast will have a considerable influence on the business of law in the near term.
Most life sciences companies now face increasing consumer, portfolio, regulatory, and operating challenges on a daily basis as they carry on their search for innovative health solutions.
Media and Entertainment
Today’s consumers of media and entertainment content expect flexibility and choices. In addition, consumer demand is unpredictable, with spikes and surges in viewership that have to be dealt with in real-time
It is common knowledge that the retail industry across the globe is under severe pressure to keep their businesses running. Of all retailers, it has been store operators who have largely suffered due to the growth of online shopping as well as discount stores to an extent.
Small & Medium Business
The past five years have seen a gradual shift of mid-sized firms moving their IT to the cloud. Their reasons vary from a desire to modernize like their large firm counterparts to the need for certain cloud-only solutions, or the pursuit of the deep security afforded by public cloud providers.