Cloud is here to stay–and that's a very, very good thing has been saved
Cloud is here to stay–and that's a very, very good thing
State of Cloud: Trends & Predictions
The pandemic forced many companies to cloud, even though some were hesitant. Now, many are making the move to cloud permanent because it lets them offer better products, services, and customer experiences–and it lets them leverage new tech like 5G and intelligent edge.
Cloud: it's now, and it's the future, too–here's why
The pandemic has forced many companies to move to cloud just to survive. However, now that they’ve seen its benefits, most are staying put, and that’s a very, very good thing. In this episode, David Linthicum and guests, industry thought leader and author Dr. Shawn DuBravac and Deloitte’s Duncan Stewart, discuss why that is. Bottom line: cloud gives companies the technology and agility to offer better products and services, to create deeply customized customer experiences, and to gain a competitive edge. The trio also discusses cloud trends for the next decade and how companies are already augmenting their cloud ecosystems with enabling technologies, such as the intelligent edge and 5G.
Disclaimer: As referenced in this podcast, “Amazon” refers to AWS (Amazon Web Services) and “Google” refers to GCP (Google Cloud Platform).
We need to recognize when we implement these digital tools and we implement cloud or really any of these technologies that we've talked about, it also changes the fundamental service that we're delivering.
Dr. Shawn DuBravac is author of the New York Times Bestseller Digital Destiny: How the New Age of Data Will Transform the Way We Work, Live, and Communicate. He also delivers insights on the trends, technologies, and paradigms transforming business and society.
Duncan Stewart is the Director of TMT Research for Deloitte Canada and a member of Deloitte's Center for Technology, Media & Telecommunications. He is globally recognized for predicting the future of consumer and enterprise technology, media and entertainment, and telecommunications.