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Popular cloud-based solutions provider Salesforce has launched Hyperforce in India

Popular cloud-based solutions provider Salesforce has launched Hyperforce in India

Salesforce, a popular cloud-based software provider, has launched its Hyperforce architecture in India. This new service will now allow enterprises to run Salesforce's solutions on the public cloud in a secure manner. The latest adoption will help the tech giant tap into various sectors like finance, public sector, banking, and telecom, which requires a strong data compliance system. Bret Taylor, President and COO of Salesforce, stated that the customers have insisted that Salesforce be available in the data centers that are present in the regions where they are functioning to make sure that the enterprise is meeting the local compliances and laws in regards to data residency. Various privacy law has impacted India and other countries effectively, so it is important to maintain the services to align with global trends.

Hyperforce will now allow the consumers to respond to the queries when they operate in India. Hyperforce was mainly launched to help customers carry out their workloads on the public clouds. Previously the cloud-provider was dependent on its own infrastructure to deliver and operate its service. The new launch will reduce the implementation time and provide customer relationship management tools through other cloud companies like Microsoft, Google, and AWS.

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