Closing Digital Gaps With The Cloud

| April 9, 2020

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People complain about Germany’s digital backwardness: lack of broadband expansion, poor network coverage, no widespread use of cloud computing, etc.However, in companies the situation is not as bad as some might think: According to the Bitkom Digital Office Index 2018, a representative survey of 1,108 companies with 20 employees or more, as many as 67 percent of companies are up to date when it comes to the digital office.However,this also means that one in three still has some catching up to do. They mostly suffer from processes having points of interruption.

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