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