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The latest reports from IDC shows that Microsoft is all set to capitalize in Asia’s cloud market post-pandemic

The latest reports from IDC shows that Microsoft is all set to capitalize in Asia’s cloud market post-pandemic

As Asia is now moving out of the pandemic fear, the cloud segment has become not only a critical foundation for businesses but also an integral part of the region’s economic growth. According to the recent reports from IDC, Microsoft’s efforts to expand its data centers in Indonesia, Taiwan, and Japan are all set to generate more than $21 billion from new partnerships. The latest expansion is also predicted to create more than 100,000 jobs for the people in that region. To make sure that every individual gets an opportunity to experience the company’s foundation, a virtual datacenter tour is being arranged.

 Over the last few years, businesses around the world have witnesses digital transformation on an unprecedented scale. We must certainly agree that the entire industry was reimagined, and people have continued to work differently from the traditional method. The latest changes made in the working structure are expected to outlast the COVID pandemic, and in response to the increase in demand, Microsoft has now increased the number of data centers to co-innovate with partners and customers alike. The new cloud region of the company will be in four regions across Asia – New Zealand, Malaysia, Taiwan, and Indonesia. This latest expansion will give customers faster access to Microsoft’s cloud services.

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