What's your cloud possible?

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    COVID-19 has turned the world on its head – and has changed the way we live, work and conduct business.


    In the last 12 months, we have seen organisations large and small rapidly transform their operations to become more digital and technology enabled. They all have one thing in common – they want to create a streamlined, efficient, cost-effective and customer-oriented organisation that can swiftly respond to external challenges and compete with confidence


    This is where Cloud comes in. Our ‘Cloud Imperative’ report provides a glimpse into how organisations are using cloud to unlock organisations’ digital potential, address a host of challenges and make what may appear impossible at first, possible. Not just in weathering the COVID-19 crisis, but well beyond it. Cloud offers strong foundations to ensure operations and teams are prepared to tackle new shocks and disruption.


    Download the executive summary now to see what opportunities lie ahead.

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    State of play for cloud adoption

    In the last decade, cloud has been the driving force of technology change in the business environment, so cloud is not a new concept. However, more recently, we have seen a shift in business models and mindsets, that have led to the upsurge in adoption of cloud services.


    Enhanced enterprise security capabilities in online technologies, coupled with the business benefits around productivity, cost reduction and scalability, provide a compelling case for businesses to redefine their business models to operate within the cloud environment.


    Our research has explored the current state of play of cloud adoption across the Asia Pacific markets and industries, looking at the historical and expected investment to come in cloud technology, reasons why organisations are switching to cloud and cloud readiness across the industries.



    Public cloud investment

    Public cloud investment in Asia Pacific grew an average 40% each year between 2015 and 2020 to reach $43 billion.


    The use of cloud

    More than half of all businesses saw cloud transformation as a key priority for technology investment


    Cloud readiness

    There are a number of factors affecting cloud adoption across industries and markets


    Business benefits of cloud

    Our study has identified several core organisational benefits associated with implementing cloud technology


    Economic value of cloud

    Cloud creates significant value throughout the broader economy by helping to drive the productivity growth

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    Unlock your cloud possible with us

    There are many different ways to start your cloud transformation journey. We’d love to hear from you to explore what’s best for you.
    Boy Kester

    Executive Director at Monitor Deloitte Southeast Asia