There is no doubt that above all else, the COVID-19 pandemic has been the greatest humanitarian crisis of the modern age. In the course of a few months, it has taken control of everyone’s present with a definite hold into our future as well.

In this era of unprecedented uncertainty, the need to ensure normality has been of foremost priority. As people everywhere feel increasingly vulnerable, organizations have to...


COVID 19 pandemic has brought the world to a screeching halt. As the crisis escalated, organizations adopted WFH to ensure the safety of their workforce & for business continuity. Realizing the uncertain longevity of the pandemic businesses reinvented themselves to stay afloat through this crisis. As a result, many businesses reacted by pivoting their operations to ensure business continuity and revenue generation in the mid-term. The COVID-19 pandemic has had a severe impact on our lives. Even as we grow and progress through the crisis, the world will not be the same. The future may look grim, but there is always hope...


Today, it is urgent for organizations to transform digitally, as they cannot rely anymore on age-old, analog business models, whether onshore or offshore. Technologies such as software-defined infrastructure, IoT, cognitive platforms, and more, are rapidly emerging to bridge the gap between the physical and the virtual. Hence, the underlying framework of the IT service delivery model must be redrawn. Learn more about the five aspects of this changed model.


Businesses, even the less affected ones, are trying to make a steep uphill climb to ensure their survival. Business Continuity Planning (BCO) and crisis management teams are working tirelessly to reorient businesses to follow lockdown and quarantine procedures. With hundreds and thousands of workers migrating to a work from home model, the stress on the enterprise has been significant. But this surge in setbacks seems to indicate that even the best of business continuity plans have been ineffective at coping with the current crisis.