Referring to the Cloud, we usually consider powerful countries
such as the U.S, Australia, Germany and Canada. We cannot help but mention two developing economies like India and China. However, recently, the Middle East has been moving to the Cloud, therefore, in this article, I want to dig deep this case.
A report by Gartner has shown that many companies in the Middle East will spend more than two billion dollars in next three years because they want to focus on relocate heir information and applications to the cloud.
What makes the Middle East move to the cloud?
Cloud computing has proved as an indispensable trend of the times. Many companies in the Middle East comprehend huge benefits from the cloud. Therefore, they are trying to make use of it in the best way. The Middle East has known as the oil center of the world, however, Oil’s dramatic price fall makes many organizations look for another way to develop, especially, oil-delivering nations like Saudi Arabia.
Moreover, Dubai and Abu Dhabi have strategies to develop country into one of the best urban communities on the planet for travel and living. There are many organizations that have a nearness in these two urban communities, because of their propelled framework and agreeable corporate arrangements. With such a pattern, the cloud promises to be booming in the Middle East.
It’s further proof that organizations are looking for scalable (and, ideally, inexpensive) methods for storing their growing data stores, and that cloud computing is becoming an ideal model to do that. We trust that African and Asian nations likewise join the fleeting trend, so every person in all aspects of the world can use the advantages of cloud innovation.