Sunday, 19 November 2017

Digital Transformation in Asia Stimulates Demand for Faster, More Reliable Cloud Connectivity

A Knowledge Network Article by Singtel
Wednesday 16 August 17

As growing competition and customer expectations puts pressure on companies to modernise, many of Asia’s leading companies have already embarked on a digital transformation journey. IDC predicts that by the end of 2017, 60% of Asia Pacific’s top 1000 organisations will have digital transformation at the centre of their corporate strategy.    As part of this strategic shift, cloud computing will play a fundamental role, enabling digital transformation by providing increased agility, scalability and integration. This will have a major effect on enterprise expenditure on cloud solutions, so much so that by 2020, IDC predicts :   • 67% of all enterprise IT infrastructure and software spending globally will be for cloud…

As growing competition and customer expectations puts pressure on companies to modernise, many of Asia’s leading companies have already embarked on a digital transformation journey. IDC predicts that by the end of 2017, 60% of Asia Pacific’s top 1000 organisations will have digital transformation at the centre of their corporate strategy.    As part of this strategic shift, cloud computing will play a fundamental role, enabling digital transformation by providing increased agility, scalability and integration. This will have a major effect on enterprise expenditure on cloud solutions, so much so that by 2020, IDC predicts :   • 67% of all enterprise IT infrastructure and software spending globally will be for cloud…

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