The Government of India has supported cloud adoption by developing policies and providing support to MSMEs (Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises) by creating the right environment.
Globally, C-suite and senior management have led cloud adoption in the industry. A similar pattern has emerged in the Indian industry. According to NASSCOM, cloud technology will represent approximately 5% to 8% of GDP by 2026 and can create unprecedented growth in employment opportunities in the shared digital resource space, aka the cloud. The Government of India has supported cloud adoption by developing policies and providing support to MSMEs (Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises) by creating the right environment. “Digital MSME” and “Digital India program” have promoted the transformation of Indian businesses and encouraged them to use cloud platforms for communication and IT applications.
Also Read: New Resource Demands Emerge in the Era of AI. These initiatives have helped MSMEs to reduce their CAPEX (capital expenditure) and shift economies towards modern equipment and infrastructure.
Different cloud computing providers such as AWS, GCP, and Azure create platforms to meet the needs of different businesses and give them support to implement the cloud computing in their business without real technology. Creating an account, connecting to cloud platforms, storing files or accessing SaaS applications from the cloud has made it easier for businesses and helped them reach the point where they can improve their business and ensure business continuity and stability.
Cloud technologies and platforms have provided unprecedented opportunities for Indian businesses in accessing high-end computing, advanced software, pay-as-you-go models and helped businesses move from CAPEX to OPEX (operating cost) models. . The various benefits of the cloud in terms of unlimited security, data protection, data encryption, data protection, flexibility and reliability have enabled companies to focus on key business drivers, business-to-business go to market.
Cloud features such as quick failover, quick proof of concept creation have resulted in significant growth through the creation of new products and customized service offerings for our customers, resulting in greater customer satisfaction. While cloud computing adoption has many benefits, our Indian business faces several challenges: outsourcing, lack of planning, employee training and inconsistent timelines. One of the most common myths among businesses is that they realize immediate savings from the adoption of cloud platforms. On the contrary, there are costs associated with the various challenges outlined above, but if applied appropriately, the investment will not only get a good return, but will help the business to be more productive and scalable.Also Read: Google denies utilizing ChatGPT’s data in AI chatBot Bard’s training
Cloud computing providers offer newsletters, seminars and organize various events where Indian companies can learn what the competent cloud players are doing well and build the right internal knowledge. in their meetings. Business and education institutions have a symbiotic relationship – as businesses promote cloud adoption, education institutions will build cloud-based curriculum and workforce, leading to better job opportunities and, in turn, will contribute to India’s economy and GDP.
As India races to become the world’s third largest economy, the time has come for our businesses to evangelize cloud computing adoption in their organizations and create a future-ready workforce.
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