IT Pro 20/20: Turning to the cloud in a crisis
Our third issue looks at the latest cloud developments helping to support organisations through a global pandemic
Welcome to the third issue of IT Pro 20/20, our brand-new digital magazine that brings all of the month's most important tech issues into clear view.
Each month, we will shine a spotlight on the content that we feel every IT professional should be aware of, only in a condensed version that can be read on the go, at a time that suits you.
This month we’re taking a look at how cloud innovation is helping to support the technology industry and wider society through a global pandemic. Now that most of us are working remotely, it’s important you have the best tools in place to keep employees secure and productive, and so we’ve highlighted a number of areas where the cloud is helping to drive this effort. From free software and remote working tips, to industry leadership and changing technology paradigms, the cloud is behind it all.
We also take a look at the growing trend of screenless content and provide some tips for helping your organisation develop a much-needed audio strategy, as well as the growth of AI as a service, both of which are exclusive to this month's issue.
As ever, you’ll also find a roundup of the four biggest stories of the month that are likely to reverberate throughout 2020.
We hope you enjoy reading this month's issue. If you would like to receive each issue in your inbox as they release, you can subscribe to our mailing list here.
The next IT Pro 20/20 will be available on 30 April. Previous issues can be found here.
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