Malaysia to see massive spike in cloud services


Market research reports project that cloud computing market revenue in South-East Asia is estimated to reach US$40.3bil by 2025.

BUSINESS leaders have learnt one important lesson since Covid-19 broke out: to ensure that they have access to flexible and scalable IT infrastructure.

Instead of scurrying around trying to buy new software and hardware to adjust to the new norm such as remote working, the ability to rent these services from reliable vendors on a pay-as-you-use model is clearly the smartest option.

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