Cloud computing has been a global megatrend over the past decade and has enjoyed rapid expansion, with no end in sight. As this transition progresses, cloud services will dominate as IT innovators produce more efficient, flexible, and faster products. A forecast
Analyst firm IDC estimates that total global spending on cloud services will reach $ 1.3 trillion by 2025.
Digital transformation is happening faster than usual as the COVID-19 pandemic has forced companies everywhere to accelerate efforts and make remote working and collaboration a routine part of doing business. IT analyst company Gartner Remarks
that “simply put, the pandemic served as a multiplier for CIOs’ interest in the cloud.”
As a result, the remote working paradigm requires that global IP networks are always available and that companies protect their IT infrastructure and data assets from unauthorized access. However a to learn
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