Ungated Post | 01 Jun 2018
Harnessing the Digital Dividend
Oxford Economics developed 9 case studies across Singapore, Indonesia, and Thailand to better understand the catalytic effects created by the adoption of cloud computing. We interviewed private businesses, NGOs and government institutions. We found that cloud gives companies new flexibility to innovate, to collaborate and to amplify their business practices. In many organizations it drove major improvements in efficiency and helped create new sources of revenue. But progress could be constrained unless the broadband infrastructure improves across the region, and more resources are devoted to education and training.
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