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Australia has confirmed it is actively exploring the construction of the nation's own top secret cloud platform to host intelligence data.
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The Digital Future in Europe The future of European organisations and industries is looking increasingly digital and cloud-centric. According to Foundry’s Digital Business Study 2023, 91% of EMEA organisations have adopted or plan to adopt a digital-first business strategy. At the same time, Foundry’s Cloud Computing Study 2023 found that 71% of EMEA organisations are defaulting to cloud-based services when upgrading or purchasing, while 60% have been accelerating their cloud migrations over the past year. EMEA organisations expect cloud computing to improve productivity, enable innovation and new product/service development, and upgrade legacy tech with lower total cost of ownership. 54% of IT Decision Makers also expect to use cloud capabilities to leverage Artificial Intelligence (AI)/Machine Learning (ML) over the next year, which many see as a potential game changer for their industries. However, EMEA organisations are facing challenges in their digital and cloud journeys. 34% reported a lack of the right skill sets, while 29% cited complexity of IT infrastructure as a major hurdle. There were also concerns around data privacy and security, cloud costs, and compliance issues which would need to be addressed before organisations could reap the potential offered by the cloud. Enabling Industries through Everything as a Service To help European industries and organisations overcome these challenges and quickly enable cloud initiatives, Huawei Cloud has adopted a strategy of “Everything as a Service.” This comprises multiple tenets: Infrastructure as a Service allows industry partners to rapidly scale their computing, network and storage across Huawei’s global access network, comprising 30 Regions and 84 Availability Zones across more than 170 countries Technology as a Service makes available Huawei’s continuous innovation and leading-edge capabilities in cloud-native, Artificial Intelligence (AI) and data and media, offering organisations more flexibility and choice in their technology partnerships Expertise as a Service taps on Huawei’s three decades of experience in ICT, as well as the best practices of its network of global partners Leading innovation in cloud-native, data, and AI Huawei’s answer to the growing demand for cloud-native as the platform-of-choice for digitalisation is KooVerse: Huawei Cloud’s distributed infrastructure of storage, computing, networking, and security resources, designed
PowerArena uncovers human factors causing production line bottlenecks, boosting productivity and quality
Raising productivity and quality is the top priority when manufacturers of all sectors endeavor to boost revenue and competitiveness. To manufacturers, whether in traditional manufacturing or high-tech industries,
T-Systems announced that it will offer and manage Google Distributed Cloud Hosted (GDC Hosted) for customers in Germany with the highest sovereignty requirements. GDC Hosted is a disconnected cloud solution from Google Cloud.
Cloud OSS BSS Market Soars Toward Prosperity, Envisioned to Surpass US$ 60.0 Billion by 2032, Fueled by a Remarkable 8.4% CAGR
The cloud OSS BSS market revenues were estimated at US$ 24 Billion in 2021 and are anticipated to grow at a CAGR of 8.4% from 2022 to 2032, according to a recently published Future Market Insights report.
The public cloud computing market has become a multi-billion-dollar business, and, as it continues to grow, enterprises are leveraging it more and more. According to a report by International Data…