The hype around cloud computing (and why it matters).

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The
COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way we live, study and work in a multitude of
ways, no doubt. But some technologies have been at the forefront to minimize
loss, and maintain business continuity. Cloud computing is one of them, thanks
to its virtualized resources and round-the-clock access. Cloud support
services provided by leading vendors have also heightened in the wake of
this pandemic, both in terms of quality and quantity. As vendors initiate
remote contact centres to accommodate a rise in inquiries from customers,
they’ve also offered many of their premium services for free during a limited
time.

While the
very technology of cloud computing has helped facilitate remote work
environments for businesses, vendors are also always on their toes to deliver
more, and as precisely as they can to suit varying enterprise needs. The
industry of software development in Sri Lanka has also manoeuvred to
cater to application demands that suit the current economic climate for their
clientele, with the likes of cloud computing. As a result, the cloud is
indispensable – and today’s businesses will be in a state of isolation if not
for its unified capabilities.

While the
cloud advances its offerings from time to …

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