Mak­ing cloud se­cure

Innovation and gov­er­nance need to marry to se­cure cloud environment in en­ter­prises

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As an in­creas­ing num­ber of or­gan­i­sa­tions com­mit­ted to dig­i­tal trans­for­ma­tion, the adop­tion of ‘third plat­form’ tech­nolo­gies, such as cloud, mo­bil­ity, so­cial, and big data/data an­a­lyt­ics has ac­cel­er­ated. In­dia con­tin­ues to be a prom­i­nent mar­ket for cloud tech­nol­ogy adop­tion, and ac­cord­ing to a study done by Gart­ner, as com­pared to 2017, the pub­lic cloud ser­vices mar­ket in In­dia is ex­pected to grow two and a half times by 2020 to a to­tal of $4.1 bil­lion.

This is driven by fac­tors such as a ma­ture en­ter­prise ecosys­tem, a huge base of small and mid­size busi­nesses (SMBs) and star­tups, e-gov­er­nance ini­tia­tives and the Dig­i­tal In­dia pro­gram that is re­sult­ing in an up­take of pub­lic cloud ser­vices.

In­dian busi­nesses, both large and small are now rapidly em­brac­ing cloud tech­nolo­gies to boost their per­for­mance and innovation lev­els. These in­clude com­pa­nies like Cen­tu­ryPly, Jin­dal Steel, Cen­tury Mat­tresses, For­tis Health­care and many more. Last year Cen­tu­ryPly, a lead­ing ply­wood and ve­neer ven­dor, up­graded from a legacy sys­tem to a cloud data cen­tre to sup­port the com­pany’s busi­ness ex­pan­sion and for in­creased over­all pro­duc­tiv­ity and ef­fi­ciency.

Com­pa­nies that have made the

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