Accenture Announces Formation of Accenture Cloud First With $3 billion investment Over Three Years

Accenture today announced the formation of Accenture Cloud First with a $3 billion investment over three years to help clients across all industries rapidly become “cloud first” businesses and accelerate their digital transformation to realize greater value at speed and scale. Karthik Narain will lead Accenture Cloud First and join the Global Management Committee, effective October 1.

Accenture is recognized as a leading partner to the world’s major cloud providers. With approximately $11 billion in cloud revenue in its fiscal year 2019, Accenture’s leadership spans from Software as a Service — delivered through the company’s Intelligent Platform Services — to its migration, infrastructure and application cloud services. More than 100,000 Accenture cloud professionals help clients shape, move, build and operate their businesses in the cloud and realize the cloud’s business value, speed, cost, talent and innovation benefits.

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As organizations shift workloads from on-premises data centers to multiple public cloud platforms they are met with the challenge of securing a sprawling cloud environment. Check out the eBook, "Best Practices for Building a Hybrid Cloud Security Strategy," as it outlines five core principles for hybrid-cloud Exposure Management

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