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Microsoft’s latest investment in Taiwan will help the country in its digital transformation efforts

Microsoft’s latest investment in Taiwan will help the country in its digital transformation efforts

To accelerate innovation and the digital transformation efforts of Taiwan, Microsoft has decided to give the country access to secure enterprise cloud services. The move is considered to be a milestone in Microsoft's "Reimagine Taiwan" initiative. The new installment will be the first cloud data center in the region, and almost 200,000 people are expected to benefit from this. By nurturing Microsoft's infrastructures in Taiwan, the company is planning to make it a hub in Asia for building cutting-edge cloud hardware and software for various solutions in edge, AI, and IoT. The new data center will be a part of Microsoft's other major investments in Taiwan, like the AI R & D center, IoT innovation center, IoT center of excellence, and startup accelerator.

The latest announcement will fuel growth and significantly accelerate Taiwan's digital transformation efforts in the private and public sectors. This will help the citizens completely reimagine their way of life, and Microsoft will also continue to groom the tech talents of Taiwan. Microsoft's skilling plan will help groom and cultivate new tech talents of the country, which will increase employability. Jean Phillip from Microsoft has stated that technology will continue to play a major role in supporting economic opportunity and recovery everywhere.

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