Tag: hybrid work

Global Cloud

Cloud pros need to master office politics

April 25, 2023

Via: InfoWorld

It’s 9:00 Monday morning, and you arrive at the office for your first week of hybrid work to learn that your cloud application has been shut down by the security team. You later find out that the security team leader […]

Global Cloud

Improving employee experience in the AI-powered hybrid workplace on Microsoft Cloud

April 12, 2023

Via: CIO

Though three-quarters of U.S. employers now offer hybrid work, some retailers have been slow to embrace emerging hybrid work models, even for corporate employees. We spoke with Ashok Krish, Global Head of Digital Workplace at TCS, about how hybrid work […]

Global Cloud

The Evolving Cloud: What to Expect in 2023

January 18, 2023

Via: Cloud Tweaks

The last few years have brought significant changes, adoption and innovation to the cloud space. As 2023 begins, there’s an opportunity to consider what’s in store for the year ahead. From hybrid and remote work to changing authentication systems and […]

Global Cloud

The Future of Work Is Hybrid

June 27, 2022

Via: Data Center Knowledge

Foundry last week released its 2022 Future of Work study, providing insight into the way IT operations and organizations in general will likely be working in the years to come. It was no surprise that the study found that 94% […]

Global Cloud

AI, cloud, hybrid work headline Gartner’s top tech trends for 2022

October 19, 2021

Via: CIO

CIOs are tooling up an assembly line of technologies to get back to business in 2022, including a mix of solutions leaned on heavily to weather the pandemic and new offerings aimed at making the most of emerging opportunities as […]

Service Models

How to choose the best desktop-as-a-service solution

September 27, 2021

Via: Computerworld

Thanks to the pandemic, working from home no longer languishes as a rare option for a few workers. It’s mainstream business practice. Just ask Google, Facebook, Netflix, or the U.S. government: They’re all either delaying office reopenings or shifting to […]