Hybrid work is here to stay. The impact of the pandemic over the past few years has fundamentally changed the way that we work, and the benefits are too significant to simply revert back to the old way of doing things.
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Across Asia-Pacific, there is an appetite to capitalise on what is being called an “innovation era.” Spurred on by events of the last few years, businesses are coming to the realisation that there is a lot that can be done with IT, both in terms of internal processes and its ability to drive improvements to the customer experience.
With hybrid work becoming the new normal, the game has changed for high-power computing and where it happens.
IT departments are under increasing pressure to deliver greater levels of simplicity and agility on the business side. Enterprise-grade, on-premises storage must now provide the same operational flexibility as Cloud, becoming ever more adaptable, automated and easier to integrate with existing management frameworks.
In 2021, your customers need to be prepared for any cyber security issue. With the variety and number of threats increasing, Lucas Salter, GM Data Protection, APJ, Dell Technologies shows us that investing in a robust cyber resiliency strategy can ensure continuity if the worst is to happen.
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Cyber crime is accelerating in terms of both frequency and sophistication. Total damages done globally will equal $US6 trillion in 2021, and by 2025 that number will have topped $10 trillion. To put that into some eye-opening context: that already makes cyber crime the third largest global “economy”, behind only the United States and China.
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The need for transformation has never been greater. World Economic Forum research suggests that by 2022, a full 60 per cent of global GDP will be derived from digital sources. Organisations that lack the capacity to engage with their customers in this way will find themselves pushed right to the periphery.
While organisations have scrambled to meet the immediate needs for remote work in the wake of the recent pandemic, moving forward businesses will need to strategically shift or pivot to a “new normal.” TDL highlights that whilst having the backing by a global organisation is key, the ability to duck and weave with changing market conditions and most importantly customer’s needs, is the recipe for ensuring long-term success.