Microsoft Plans To Establish Its Largest India Data Centre Region In Hyderabad

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Tech giant Microsoft Corp. on Monday said it plans to establish its largest India data centre region in Hyderabad, Telangana. The first phase is expected to be operational by 2025.

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It’s a well-established fact that the pandemic has forced orgs to invest in digital revenue streams. But this has meant the need to use technology that allows automation of routine tasks, new workflows, improvement in the compliance posture, and more. However, with revenue recognition getting impacted, orgs are also forced to keep costs under check. This is where Cloud-delivered technology resources add the most value and hence have been in demand. 

The case of Microsoft is one where their offerings form the critical backbone for any organization. The need for their products skyrocketed during the pandemic as most organizations migrated to higher versions of Office365 (from E1 to E3/E5) to use both Teams for collaboration and security products to ensure cyber safety and compliance. This has given Microsoft’s business (globally and in India) a shot in the arm. 

In addition, Microsoft’s readiness to offer applications like SAP on Azure has made them the vendor of choice for organizations currently in the process of migrating this and other similar workloads on Cloud. Last but not least, the fact that Microsoft is exceptionally well placed to cater to Hybrid Cloud opportunities gives them an edge over other Public Cloud-only vendors.

HT Mint

<strong>Analyst: Sanchit Vir Gogia</strong>
Analyst: Sanchit Vir Gogia

Sanchit is the Chief Analyst, Founder & CEO of Greyhound Research, a Global, Award-Winning, Digital & Technology Research & Advisory firm.

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