88% of PH organizations will increase cloud services in the next 12 months — IDC – Back End News

In its Top ICT Predictions for 2022 and Beyond at IDC FutureScape 2022, IDC said that by 2023, digital will rule Southeast Asia, as one in three businesses will generate more than 15% of their revenue from products and digital services, compared to 1 in 6 in 2020.

Several key priority areas for Southeast Asian countries to boost their digital economy include becoming a data-driven organization, accelerating digital services, self-driving operations, omni-experience and modernization. of the supply chain.

Due to this focus on increasing revenue from digital products and services, cloud technology will play an even greater role in business continuity and resilience for Southeast Asian businesses to compete globally. digital today. IDC also forecasts in its WW Public Cloud Services Tracker 2021 that the total market for public cloud services in Southeast Asia is expected to grow to reach US$11 billion by 2025 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 21.5% over five years.

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“More and more companies will look not only to design their strategic cloud roadmap, but also to effectively execute their cloud usage as cloud matures in the region across all industries,” said Prapussorn Pechkaew. , research director at IDC Thailand. “Visibility and measurement of cloud costs to control overspending issues is currently among the top concerns globally. Building capacity around these areas will benefit the advancement of cloud services into more mature businesses and environments.

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Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, more and more enterprises are migrating their mission-critical workloads to the public cloud, and authorities in the region are making way for regulated industrial players such as finance, insurance, health, public sector, energy, telecommunications and manufacturing. embrace the public cloud. Hybrid and multicloud adoption is accelerating as enterprises now have access to more robust products to enable data integration and application interoperability across multiple clouds.

The IDC Future Enterprise Resiliency & Spending 2022 – Wave 5 (2022) survey also shows that more than 60% of organizations in Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore have identified digital infrastructure resilience programs as a high priority following uncertainties due to geopolitical tensions, inflation, supply chain disruptions and the management of the current COVID-19 pandemic.

Additionally, according to the IDC Asia/Pacific Cloud Survey 2021, 76% of organizations in Asia/Pacific indicated that they would increase their cloud services over the next 12 months. 81% of organizations in Indonesia and 86% in Malaysia, 88% in the Philippines and 92% in Thailand all reported increases above the regional average in the use of cloud services.

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