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As a result of the COVID-19 epidemic, governments all over the globe have been obliged to use remote work in order to guarantee the continuation of their operations while adhering to public health norms. The ability to work remotely, on the other hand, necessitates a solid and dependable information technology (IT) infrastructure, which is something that many public sector organisations need to have. Cloud computing technologies provide an appropriate answer for the requirements of remote work in the public sector. These technologies provide flexibility, scalability, and security, which enables public sector organisations to function in a manner that is both more efficient and effective. This study discusses how the technologies of cloud computing have the potential to revolutionize the standards for remote work in the public sector beyond COVID-19. This article takes a look at the primary advantages of cloud computing, including decreased IT expenses, better agility, and enhanced security. These advantages make cloud computing an appealing choice for public sector organisations that are wanting to alter their remote work standards. Concerns about data privacy and the need for new skill sets in information technology are only two examples of the possible difficulties that might arise from widespread use of cloud computing. The article also provides ways for overcoming these difficulties and examines them at length. This point of view will explain how cloud computing technologies have the potential to drastically modify the standards for remote work in the public sector after COVID-19.
Cloud Computing, Remote Work, Public Sector
Dr. Radha Raman Chandan "Cloud Computing and the Future of Remote Work" Iconic Research And Engineering Journals Volume 6 Issue 11 2023 Page 135-143
Dr. Radha Raman Chandan "Cloud Computing and the Future of Remote Work" Iconic Research And Engineering Journals, 6(11)