Driving digital transformation in Malaysia through hybrid cloud and interconnected data centres

| January 10, 2020

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Digital transformation is no longer a thing of the future. In this increasingly digital marketplace, data is the key strategic asset for businesses to remain agile and effective.To do so, more and more organisations are launching various digital transformation initiatives such as data analytics, machine learning, robotics, and artificial intelligence to boost their business’ returns and efficiency. Such efforts are already seeing measurable returns, according to 58% of C-Level executives in Malaysia in a study by Workday in partnership with IDC Asia Pacific[1].Investing in the right technologies is crucial, and one area that businesses should look into is co-location and hybrid cloud computing.

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