Every business has a business continuity plan, but not everyone is ready to handle a pandemic. The present situation calls for more than your typical disaster recovery plan. A few months into restricted living has given us a chance to reflect on the learnings from the sudden shifts in industrial productivity, and gain insight into what makes for a strong business in troubled times.
Leveraging cloud computing for business continuity
Unlimited Storage Space
Enhanced Workforce Productivity
Better Security and Control
However, new and developing technologies have emerged to keep systems secure. Functions such as Identity Access Management (IAM), Multifactor Authentication (MFA), and advanced encryption are made even more powerful through the cloud. With a deep understanding of the extent of what the cloud can do for your business, combined with these new and developing technologies, you can put your fears to rest, allowing your business to maximize gains from your cloud computing investments.
Mosselle Louise Cruz
Sales and Marketing
Mosselle is an experienced tech startup country launcher and marketing professional with a demonstrated history of working in the information technology and Tech Startup industry. She has helped ASEAN tech brands expand to the Philippines since 2015. She has worked with FinTech and HRTech startups during their early phases, setting up groundwork for the local teams to drive growth and jumpstart operations.