Bengaluru, Dec 6 (IANS) Nearly 43 per cent of Indian enterprises will adopt Hybrid Cloud by 2020 — from 13 per cent as of today — and the country will lead the world in Hybrid Cloud usage and adoption over the next two years, a global report said on Thursday.
This rapid adoption is likely to help boost India’s growth as the economy reaps the benefits from enhanced productivity and efficiency as enterprises become more flexible and resilient, said the report by enterprise Cloud computing leader Nutanix executed by market research firm Vanson Bourne.
Hybrid Cloud is a computing environment that uses a mix of on-premises, Private Cloud and third-party, Public Cloud services with orchestration between the two platforms.
“Digital transformation is rapidly re-defining the regional and global landscape. By driving hybrid adoption, India’s enterprises look set to keep the country at the centre of the global economy,” said Sankalp Saxena, SVP and Managing Director-Operations, India, Nutanix.
According to the report, Hybrid Cloud can provide enterprises with benefits such as greater workload flexibility, simplicity in processing big data, broader use of cross platform IT services, enhanced data security and compliance, dramatic cost reduction and greater business growth.
The report identified cloud experiences, priorities and trends of Indian enterprises and how they compare globally and in Asia Pacific and Japan (APJ) region.
For India, 91 per cent of respondents agreed that Cloud computing has increased the efficiency of their IT departments.
“Eighty-one per cent opined that mobility of applications between cloud envirti should go to the District Magistrate of Rudraprayag with his complaint.
A single bench of Chief Justice Ramesh Ranganathan was told the film should be banned as it was hurt people who were affected by the 2013 flash floods rhat ravaged Kedarnath besides hurting Hindu sentiments.
The petitioner pleaded that the film promoted “love jihad” — a word coined by right-wing Hindu groups, to denote marriages between Muslim boys and Hindu girls.
Keeping in view the objections, the state government had formed a committee headed by Tourism Minister Satpal Maharaj and comprising Home Secretary Nitesh Kumar Jha, Director General of Police Anit Ratoori and Tourism Secretary Dilip Jawalkar.
The committee has been asked to go through all aspects and submit a detailed report to the state government, after which a final decision on the film’s release in Uttarakhand would be taken, an official told IANS.
The film is slated for nationwide release on Friday.