Indian Businesses Adopt Cloud Computing.

July 22, 2010
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By Vishal Tripathi (Express Computer).

“Although Indian businesses are definitely adopting cloud computing, it’s still is in a nascent stage and hasn’t gone past the awareness phase. Not many decision makers understand the terminology of IaaS, PaaS and SaaS and the differences between public, private and hybrid clouds.

Cloud vendors take India seriously as India hasn’t hit the saturation levels yet. Unlike the Americas and EMEA, India and the APAC have ample scope for IT adoption. This market has a huge, untapped potential at every level, be it enterprise, public sector or ITES. System integrators such as Wipro, Infosys and TCS are busy assessing the opportunity and creating the relevant service offerings. The government and the public sector can benefit immensely from the Cloud. By setting up a private cloud, state governments can gain access to virtually unlimited, centralized computing. Through this, they can save cost by limiting the servers and maintenance in the local data centers.”

The rest of Mr. Tripathi’s article may be found here.

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