Since WFH has made corporate data vulnerable, organisations are opting for cyber securities
Tarun Seth, Managing Director, Hitachi Systems Micro Clinic
Growth of IT services amid Covid-19:-
The social distancing norms demanded zero physical interaction; the organizations required infrastructure to be managed remotely. To address this changing demand, we developed our IPs in various areas i.e. remote management, automation, monitoring, patch management etc. Even during COVID19 pandemic using our IPs, we have helped our customers to manage and monitor their infrastructure needs from cable to cloud with decreased physical intervention ensuring safety and business continuity.
The impact of COVID 19 is extensive and far reaching on every business. To thrive in the period of uncertainty we planned agile engagement strategies for employees, partners and customers. We have taken measures to up skill our employees, extending work from home policy, constantly communicating the advisory and policies to cope with the crisis. We leveraged our partnership with OEMs to support our customers navigate through this disruption, our bundled offerings for security, cloud solutions along with flexible payment plan are some of the measures we took. Our continuous investment in our IPs has helped us to generate value-based outcomes for our customers creating a positive recovery for our organization.
The current technology adoption in India looks very promising, COVID19 has propelled the technology implementation which otherwise would have taken couple of years to reach its maturity. The biggest rise we see today is in adoption of cloud so that everything can be monitored and managed remotely. As more and more employees are opting work from home huge volume of valuable corporate data become vulnerable to cyber-attacks. Therefore, organizations are opting for security strategies to ensure their data, devices, networks and systems are not compromised.