Distributed Work: How Cloud Computing can make your life easier.
In the last few years, we have seen businesses globally respond to the need, want and desire of their workers to live a more flexible working life. From working remotely, to expanding businesses across different countries and timeframes, being able to adapt and distribute work effectively is key to organisations successfully transitioning into the modern working world. In a 2021, report from Gartner, they estimate that ‘by 2025, 20% of large enterprises will have deployed an internal talent marketplace to optimize the utilization and agility of talent.’ They also estimate that work throughout many organisations will become more distributed.
With the work model across a range of businesses becoming more distributed, per Gartner’s 2021 report. Cloud Computing is set to take centre stage in helping businesses keep up with business demands but retain talent by offering the flexibility that many have come to expect from their employer following the pandemic.
‘When distributed work is well-managed, skills acquisition and transfer can accelerate as employees take on new activities previously inaccessible due to work location, team assignments.’ – Gartner, 2021
By adopting the cloud, whether that be public, private or hybrid models, employees and employers can benefit from having access to their data and files allows for wider collaboration across the business, synchronously and in a shared workspace.
Cloud adoption also allows for businesses to attract talent to their business, globally. No longer are businesses confined by geographical location, by adopting cloud and embracing digital transformation within an organisation, businesses can reap the rewards.
Whatever, your business need, Synapse360 can help you find the right cloud model for your business. Talk to one of our experts today.
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