Tech Predictions: Acceleration of Digital Transformation Will Pressure Developers
Relatively early on in the pandemic, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella had a great line – “We’ve seen 2 years of digital transformation initiatives take place in the last 2 months.” Much of those activities were in relation to enabling remote workers to do their everyday tasks and collaborate with their colleagues. That was merely the first steps for many companies.
Quickly it became obvious that having more and more capabilities and workloads in the cloud provided significant value, in terms of flexibility and responsiveness to constantly changing circumstances caused by the pandemic. It has also become clear that there are going to be certain long-term changes in consumer and employee patterns of behavior even after a vaccine is widely available (which looking at the continued rise in COVID cases and related deaths this fall, might be the only way we’re going to get the virus under control).
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