The Asia Cloud Computing Association’s Cloud Readiness Index 2020 – Is the Pace of Cloud Readiness Beginning to Stall?
Starting in 2011, the Asia Cloud Computing Association (ACCA) has taken an in-depth look at the state of cloud technology within the APAC market. Every year, its findings have been compiled into a visionary report known as the Cloud Readiness Index (CRI) – and now the 2020 edition is here.
The CRI 2020 arrives just as the world reels from the economic fallout and social impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic. The world has changed, and so has the position of cloud technology.
We have seen a substantial increase in visibility and importance of internet and cloud tools as people have transitioned to remote working and utilised online shopping like never before. In fact, remote access technologies have permeated all aspects of many work ecosystems, and transformed many aspects of the consumer routine too.
To paint a clearer picture of how APAC enterprises and economies have turned to cloud technology in 2020, the ACCA has measured economies’ preparedness using ten quantitative parameters, followed by a qualitative review of differing regulations and policies in the APAC market.
Download the report today to discover the state of cloud in APAC – and better prepare your organisation for the upcoming economic revival.
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