Contino

Digital Transformation Starts Here

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About Contino
Contino is a global Enterprise DevOps and Cloud Transformation Consultancy.Our mission is to help highly-regulated enterprises transform faster, modernise their way of working so they can deliver high quality, secure and compliant software change. We operate with a dual deli...
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250 - 999
2014
Australia, United Kingdom
Contino
Digital Transformation Starts Here
0.00/5 (0 Reviews)
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Cloud Computing, DevOps, Continuous Delivery, Continuous Integration, Containers, Microservices, AWS, Docker, Hashicorp, AWS Lambda and Serverless, Hashicorp, Kubernetes, and IT Consulting

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The early months of the year 2020 surpassed the severe effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. It prompted a wide shutdown of shops, offices, schools, and all other businesses that are unable to operate online. As the condition outside does not seems improving as of now, people have no other option than to survive with the scenario going on. IT businesses, the firms based on online solutions, and those who have allowed their employees to work remotely are though anyhow maintaining their regular output, but the small businesses and firms that depend upon personalized deals and face-to-face meetups are either shut down or have closed their operations permanently. Today, when the situation is still the same, businesses are also trying to resume normal operations with certain regulations. Also, the state-by-state reopening guide is proposed as per the reopening plans in different states. The businesses received a to-be-strongly followed guidelines including:They have to follow state rules to reopen their business post-pandemic.The permission will be based on the severity and volume of COVID-19 cases within their locality.The physical location of their business will also be the deciding factor.These businesses and companies should enforce proper social distancing within their business location i.e., at least six feet distance between the individuals. The direct contact level between the customers and the employees like if you own a gym, salon, or restaurant. One thing is true that every business will face tremendous challenges and have to go through certain limitations when the nation begins the path of recovery. However, the public health threat of the coronavirus still exist. When brick-and-mortar businesses are moving to open their doors, consumers may wary about being in an enclosed place with other individuals, even though their companies are undertaking all health and safety protocols in place.Digital businesses that have remained operational during the pandemic, they are also finding it difficult to boost sales. When talking about the sustainability of the businesses in the future post-pandemic, they have to be flexible as well as adaptable to the new and evolving needs of the consumers. Operations should be planned carefully and things that may need to change about the business should be altered. It is the time to check for the new opportunities for your business in the post-pandemic world being within the limited conditions.
The early months of the year 2020 surpassed the severe effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. It prompted a wide shutdown of shops, offices, schools, and all other businesses that are unable to operate online. As the condition outside does not seems improving as of now, people have no other option than to survive with the scenario going on. IT businesses, the firms based on online solutions, and those who have allowed their employees to work remotely are though anyhow maintaining their regular output, but the small businesses and firms that depend upon personalized deals and face-to-face meetups are either shut down or have closed their operations permanently. Today, when the situation is still the same, businesses are also trying to resume normal operations with certain regulations. Also, the state-by-state reopening guide is proposed as per the reopening plans in different states. The businesses received a to-be-strongly followed guidelines including:They have to follow state rules to reopen their business post-pandemic.The permission will be based on the severity and volume of COVID-19 cases within their locality.The physical location of their business will also be the deciding factor.These businesses and companies should enforce proper social distancing within their business location i.e., at least six feet distance between the individuals. The direct contact level between the customers and the employees like if you own a gym, salon, or restaurant. One thing is true that every business will face tremendous challenges and have to go through certain limitations when the nation begins the path of recovery. However, the public health threat of the coronavirus still exist. When brick-and-mortar businesses are moving to open their doors, consumers may wary about being in an enclosed place with other individuals, even though their companies are undertaking all health and safety protocols in place.Digital businesses that have remained operational during the pandemic, they are also finding it difficult to boost sales. When talking about the sustainability of the businesses in the future post-pandemic, they have to be flexible as well as adaptable to the new and evolving needs of the consumers. Operations should be planned carefully and things that may need to change about the business should be altered. It is the time to check for the new opportunities for your business in the post-pandemic world being within the limited conditions.

The early months of the year 2020 surpassed the severe effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. It prompted a wide shutdown of shops, offices, schools, and all other businesses that are unable to operate online. As the condition outside does not seems improving as of now, people have no other option than to survive with the scenario going on. 

IT businesses, the firms based on online solutions, and those who have allowed their employees to work remotely are though anyhow maintaining their regular output, but the small businesses and firms that depend upon personalized deals and face-to-face meetups are either shut down or have closed their operations permanently. 

Today, when the situation is still the same, businesses are also trying to resume normal operations with certain regulations. Also, the state-by-state reopening guide is proposed as per the reopening plans in different states. The businesses received a to-be-strongly followed guidelines including:

  • They have to follow state rules to reopen their business post-pandemic.
  • The permission will be based on the severity and volume of COVID-19 cases within their locality.
  • The physical location of their business will also be the deciding factor.
  • These businesses and companies should enforce proper social distancing within their business location i.e., at least six feet distance between the individuals. 
  • The direct contact level between the customers and the employees like if you own a gym, salon, or restaurant. 

One thing is true that every business will face tremendous challenges and have to go through certain limitations when the nation begins the path of recovery. However, the public health threat of the coronavirus still exist. 

When brick-and-mortar businesses are moving to open their doors, consumers may wary about being in an enclosed place with other individuals, even though their companies are undertaking all health and safety protocols in place.

Digital businesses that have remained operational during the pandemic, they are also finding it difficult to boost sales. 

When talking about the sustainability of the businesses in the future post-pandemic, they have to be flexible as well as adaptable to the new and evolving needs of the consumers. Operations should be planned carefully and things that may need to change about the business should be altered. It is the time to check for the new opportunities for your business in the post-pandemic world being within the limited conditions.

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Level 5, 333 George St Sydney NSW , Sydney, New South Wales 2000
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Melbourne Central Tower 360 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne, Victoria 3000
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34-37 Liverpool Street, London, London EC2M 7PP
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