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By Anas Abu Hassan
KUALA LUMPUR, March 19 -- Cloud4C, a global cloud service provider, is looking to strengthen its presence and geographical expansion in the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region particularly Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Philippines and Vietnam, this year.
Founder and chief executive officer Sridhar Pinnapureddy said the company sees potentials in the region for the adoption of cloud technology with the deployment of fifth-generation (5G) network.
He referred to the GlobalData report which acknowledged the APAC region as the fastest-growing market for enterprise cloud computing-related services with a compound annual growth rate of 19 per cent over the next three years.
“Our growth has been incredible so far and our global footprint gives us a strong understanding of regulatory frameworks and compliance requirements around the world.
“This puts us in a strong position to help our clients meet security and compliance standards for each country, facilitating their business operations across multiple geographical locations,” he told Bernama in an email interview.
Sridhar said the plan to roll out 5G network in Malaysia by the end of 2021 would further boost cloud services with widespread availability of high-speed connectivity.
“The significantly enhanced capacity and speed of 5G connections will be able to cater effortlessly to the demands placed upon businesses by cloud computing, which will create more use cases for cloud computing and encourage cloud adoption among businesses.
“Services and systems that rely on big data analytics and transfers such as cloud analytics or cloud management systems will be the largest beneficiaries as they can operate more quickly and seamlessly with these faster, high-bandwidth connections,” he said.
He said cloud-based businesses could access business-critical systems and documents and collaborate in real-time from anywhere around the world.
“Additionally, companies can also offload heavy computing tasks to the cloud and save power while providing the best possible digital experience to clients and consumers.
“The cloud enables faster implementation of preventative measures such as virtual firewalls, providing more layers of security that helps companies comply with data protection standards and boosts customer confidence,” he added.
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