Work from home and the trend of using cloud computing

Working from home is increasingly prioritized in the context of complex epidemics, which is accompanied by an increasing trend of using cloud computing.
Before Covid-19, public health problems became more and more urgent. Within a few weeks, people in the affected areas were accustomed to wearing masks, stocking up on supplies, canceling meetings, meeting in person, and giving priority to working at home.
For the office world, many businesses choose to work remotely and organize alternating shifts. “Once home-working policies are set, they may stick with this for the long term,” said Karen Harris, CEO of Bain’s Macro Trends Group, New York.

In China, since the outbreak of Covid-19, millions of workers were forced to work from home. Viruses have rapidly changed the vision of economic policy, and created new priorities. Everything from online learning to industry strategies will change as business models are restructured accordingly.
The use of information storage technology from Cloud Storage has become popular in everyday life through music and movie applications. Even when opening your inbox in an email or viewing photos of your friends on Facebook, you have access to this technology.

In some Asia countries, we have long been familiar with these cloud computing services through entertainment and digital television with flexible payment method pay-per-use on demand. For example, television packages often have payment options by year, month, or even week.

iRender GPUhub – Cloud GPU service provided and developed by iRender – is also being considered. This is an IaaS solution to serve the needs of computers with high performance such as rendering in the field of graphics, with costs calculated in real time that customers use.

Today, a home-sitting artist can also complete the heavy graphic workload by accessing powerful configuration computers with powerful CPUs, multiple GPU cards through friendly, secure protocols. Good and optimal cost.

According to iRender representative, adapting to crisis becomes a leading skill to save themselves. Not only do workers have to take advantage of technology to meet their work needs, workers also need both optimal and transparent payment solutions, thereby reducing unnecessary costs.

About: Jon Little