Technology is spreading its wings to provide a profusion of opportunities. We have millions of smart, interconnected devices and complex systems that are enabling us to do much more than human potentiality. But the hard fact is, these systems are not foolproof and highly vulnerable to cyber-attacks.
Software development is the biggest trend in the IT industry. Digital transformation, software modernization, cloud computing are some of the sought-after practices to prepare businesses for the current and post-COVID scenario.
Where there is a necessity, there is an invention. When the F&B (food and beverages) industry saw a downfall, it looked out for ways to rise above the COVID-19 pandemic. Some of the innovative concepts such as contactless dining, DIY meal kits, cloud kitchen, etc. have been enabling F&B players to sustain their business & recover losses.
Reading, analyzing, interpreting, and gaining insights from data is crucial for every business. And almost every stakeholder involved needs to understand it to better assess and rethink and reevaluate their processes. Now, this need to process data has led to data democratization so that even the non-technical teams find it easy to interpret the same.
The year that it was! While 2020 may have taught us many things – our relationship with technology – was altered forever and how.
Call it the new normal or wishful sundry names, digital dependency and increased screen time led to newer innovation and technological advancements.
Software security remains an issue even after the advancements in software development over the years. Through test automation, you can improve speed, find errors, scale up or down and fix features and tools.
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The pandemic has shown us the significance of digital readiness, which will enable business and our lives to continue as usual during the pandemic. Building the required infrastructure to sustain a digitized world and stay ahead of the curve with the latest technology will be essential for any business or country to remain competitive in a post-COVID-19 era.
The world is fighting a pandemic for which the governments across the globe had to shut institutions that were coming in the way of implementation of social distancing norms. This led to a temporary closure of physical establishments for commercial complexes, educational institutions, non-essential retail stores, and a vast number of companies had to shut their office premises and provide its employees with the facility to work from home.
The global Coronavirus outbreak has forced mankind to alter our way of living in high magnitude. People have shut themselves in their houses in order to combat the life-threatening disease COVID-19. This has led to many organizations small or large struggling to find a way forwards as an economic crisis is also collateral damage that the pandemic has brought with it. Large enterprises are rethinking their plans and strategies while trying to tailor them according to the situation that the world is dealing with today. Every enterprise needs to make business decisions related to its infrastructure and resources faster while helping its customers maintain their mission-critical systems and processes in the midst of the crisis.