Cloudification - i.e., transferring on-premise systems to a cloud-based environment - allows companies to remove the need for the human presence that’s usually required to monitor physical servers.
Once an organization’s systems are transferred to the cloud, they no longer require technicians to be present to take care of the maintenance of the physical infrastructure, which would entail conducting repairs and monitoring performance. Cloud providers take care of all system maintenance themselves.
In addition, once an organization has moved their core business applications to the cloud, they can reap a number of benefits that will help them maintain efficiency and continuity while employees are working from home.
Providers such as AWS offer products to businesses that allow them to remain agile as they adapt their processes and strategies to adapt to the future ahead. For example, applications like Amazon Lightsail let companies rapidly deploy a web solution, which they might need when quickly adding a new offering or pivoting strategy.