Corona Virus (Covid-19) are major issues accessing the service today, at a time when millions of people are relying on technology to help them work and study remotely.
With such a dynamic situation like COVID-19, it has the potential to be as disruptive, or more, to a continuity of operations as a cyber intrusion or natural disaster, in This Case company should focus on three short-term actions to provide support to customers and employees and ensure continuity of operations.
Various quarantine measures and travel restrictions undertaken, cities and countries have caused uncertainties and disruptions as business operations are either suspended or run in limited capacity.
As people around the world are increasingly working from home in an effort to avert a COVID-19 catastrophe, cloud-based collaboration and communication tools will prove pivotal to companies’ success.
While the underlying issue is likely a vast increase in the number of people using Microsoft Cloud Technology to work from home, it’s undoubtedly compounded by the fact that many schools and company are embracing distance learning during the COVID-19 crisis.
Microsoft Cloud Technology emerging as a crucial tool for those who work from home and for increasingly distributed workforces, where team members may be spread across offices and locations.
As Indonesia newly enlarged remote workforce logged on this morning, Recent figures suggest more than two-thirds of the global workforce already work remotely at least one day a week, but with COVID-19 wreaking havoc around the world, many more people will be working from home for at least the next couple of months. Some have argued that this could lead to a permanent shift toward remote working, but the tools and technologies to enable this would need to prove their worth.
This is why Microsoft Cloud Technology become a solutions during Corona Outbreak the rest in the coming months.
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