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The workers arent inside their physical business space anymore. So why should business technology still be under that roof either?
In fact, more and more businesses have been making this migration for a while now, moving all their digital infrastructure to the worlds two largest cloud services platforms, Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsofts Azure.
In addition to the convenience of moving all that hardware off-site, an overwhelming 87 of companies have seen a major side benefit, reporting their businesses have accelerated after adapting to the cloud services model.
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