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Pandemic has accelerated digital transformation for all sectors

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This year, Covid-19 pandemic has transformed and accelerated the pace of innovation in technology like never before. The crisis has forced businesses to completely change the way they work not by choice, but by necessity.

If you are business who has never considered working remotely or investing in cloud technologies, then chances are high that you have decided to invest in them now.

For example, in this year alone, video conferencing, remote collaboration, virtual events, secure accessibility and virtual desktop management went on to become top priorities for any CIO or CTO.

I firmly believe that in the coming year, how people choose these new tools and technologies, is what will ultimately create and redefine the growth of businesses.

The companies will work with partners that that can help them with cloud-scale, innovation, and most importantly those who focus on data ethics and implement best in class data handling practices that mirror their own values as well as their customers' values.

The author is Founder and CEO, . Views are personal.

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Sudhir Kothari
Sudhir Kothari
Sudhir Kothari is Founder and CEO of Embee Software
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