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IT investments must be prioritise to build resilient tech infra

The year 2020 laid down the foundation for us to pause, reflect and work towards becoming better versions of ourselves as individuals, enterprises and economies. In the hindsight, digital adoption and cloud migration stole the show, opening up avenues for emerging technologies such as, intelligent data management, to be at the forefront of this accelerated transformational journey.

As we step into a new data-driven world, business leaders are taking the compassionate leadership route at the helm of this new normal. As for the future, it can only be navigated successfully by leveraging the in-house through optimised data management solutions, empowering the workforce and clients with robust endpoint protection framework, augmenting use of cloud native applications across environments and unleashing the potential of 5G.

While 2021 and beyond looks promising, the onus lies with digital enterprises to choose the sustainable route and become Future-Ready. Ultimately, the decisions enterprises’ make from here on, be it their IT systems or data security, should not just reflect the capabilities to stay successful today but also deliver ammunition to fight the uncertainties and threats of tomorrow.

The author is Country Manager, India and SAARC, . Views are personal.

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