Undoubtedly, connected technology is playing a key role in allowing employees to continue working, in spite of the current coronavirus pandemic. Consequentially, the pandemic has also accelerated the development of new technologies across various industries and professions. Businesses and their IT systems will have to keep up with this new demand for online working, as data volumes increase. Their data storage capabilities will need to evolve too, to service this fast-tracked evolution.
As the trends in remote life are set to continue beyond the pandemic, it is worth examining what these changes will look like for different industries and sectors and how that impacts storage needs.
A globally connected workforce
Millions of people around the globe have been encouraged to work from home, and the number of telecommuting workforces has skyrocketed in a very small period of time. In April 2020, statistics released by the UK’s Office for…