Cloud computing trends in 2021

Technology has helped businesses to continue operating this year, and the cloud has excelled — going forward, it will only play a larger role in the enterprise. 

According to CloudTech, cloud spending is expected to grow from $229 billion USD in 2019 to $500 billion USD in 2023, with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 22.3%.

6 technologies that changed the way we work

Latest technologies and devices have made remote work more practical and popular than ever before. About 70% of the world’s workers spend some of their week working remotely, with some going so far as becoming digital nomads – maintaining an on-the-go working lifestyle with no fixed address. Remote technologies are also being adopted by static, office-bound teams, opening more businesses up to a distributed future.

Top Cloud Trends to Watch for 2021

Virtual Desktop

With the pandemic, a lot business has relied heavily on the cloud. Companies such as AWS, Azure, Google Cloud, and more are expected to grow going into 2021. There is no clear time table when people will start returning to offices. But the idea of remote and working on the cloud is more normal than […]

The push to get more women in tech is only just starting

London – Many governments are seeking ways to get more women to enter technology fields. This includes the U.K., which launched an initiative at the end of 2017. One year on, how much progress has been made? The answer is – not that much, but it is early days. The initiative, which was launched win fanfare […]

Sales: Business Development Representative

Job Summary As part of Capitol Presence’s on-going strategy to drive growth, we are currently recruiting Business Development Representatives for our Tysons, Virginia headquarters. Business Development Representatives will be responsible for managing leads, networking within assigned accounts, and driving revenue through the sale of  Capitol Presence’s services and solutions. This position is designed to prepare […]

What You Missed at AWS Public Sector Summit: Swag, Tech, and Life on Mars

First off, if you don’t have a Data Dogs t-shirt or CloudCheckr sticker on your laptop – it’s not officially an AWS Summit. The swag is as everywhere as usual, and this year AWS set up an area with arcade and old school video games, bean bag chairs, a pool table, and giant versions of […]

The Nonprofit Guide to Cloud Data Migration

Some links in this blog post may be affiliate or “Pay Per Click (PPC)” links, meaning we make a small commission if you click them and buy anything. Learn more. When I worked as a technical specialist at Apple, no feature generated more questions and concerns than the cloud. For many, the cloud is a […]

Prince Harry And Meghan Markle Are Going All-Out For Young Women in STEM

Prince Harry And Meghan Markle Are Going All-Out For Young Women in STEM “You can’t be what you can’t see.” CARLY CASSELLA, SCIENCE AS FACT 12 MAR 2018 Last week on International Women’s Day, Prince Harry and soon-to-be princess Meghan Markle used their royal platform to support young women and girls pursuing science, technology, engineering […]

How multi-cloud is forcing organisations to take a more sophisticated cloud approach

Organisations are taking a more sophisticated approach to cloud vendor selection and management with multi-cloud at the heart of this change, according to industry research firm Cloud Spectator. The company has released its latest price-performance analysis for public cloud infrastructure as a service (IaaS) providers in North America, and found again that behemoths Amazon Web […]