China will account for one-third of the Asia Pacific cloud computing market by 2023, according to a new report which forecasts that with the increasing presence of ‘hyper-scale’ cloud providers in big data, analytics, artificial intelligence (AI) and Internet of Things (IoT), cloud has emerged as a compelling proposition for the enterprises and governments alike.
Technologies such as cloud computing, artificial intelligence, blockchain, and data intelligence are expected to accelerate the pace of the digital economy,” according to predictions for the 2020s from Chinese tech giant Alibaba Group.
Data breaches, misconfiguration and inadequate change control and lack of cloud security architecture and strategy top the list of major security risks faced by organisations globally, according to a newly published survey from the Cloud Security Alliance.
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