We already rely on the cloud to help our personal lives run more smoothly, so why do some hesitate to allow it to help our work lives run more efficiently? In 2020 and beyond, digital transformation takes us to the cloud for play—and work. Read Tyler Bowman’s article, “It’s 2020. Do You Know Where Your Digital Future Is?” for an insightful perspective on a few of the lingering concerns of corporate world cloud buy-in—and how to navigate them.
In most of our homes, we utilize and depend on the cloud in multiple ways every single day—think online banking and shopping, social media, email and doorbell video cameras. “It might be the first time in history that our habits at home have outpaced how we function at work,” writes Tyler Bowman in his Forbes article, “It’s 2020. Do You Know Where Your Digital Future Is?”
Bowman addresses three main lingering concerns in the corporate world, including generational divide. “Millennials are driving a market disruption that many CEOs are grappling to embrace,” Bowman adds, however, that this difference does not need to result in irreconcilable work practices and values. His suggestions for embracing the disruption support his main point, which is it’s just a matter of time before our cloud utilization at work catches up to our already existing cloud dependency at home.
Read this article for interesting perspective on the corporate cloud in 2020 and beyond.