QingCloud recently announced its plan to expand their cloud technology into the global markets, with Jakarta, Indonesia as the first stop. This interesting news came to us from PRNewswire in their article, “Cloud computing technology leader QingCloud expands into global markets, with first stop in Southeast Asia.”
From this first base of operations outside of the home market, they plan to offer cloud technologies and service capabilities to the companies throughout Southeast Asia.
Simply put, cloud computing technologies are the delivery of computing services over the Internet to offer faster innovation, flexible resources and economies of scale. Users typically pay only for cloud services used, helping to lower operating costs, run infrastructure more efficiently, and scale accordingly as business needs change.
From a cost perspective, cloud computing eliminates the capital expense of buying hardware and software and setting up and running on-site data centers. With the overall Internet penetration rate in the region constantly improving, Southeast Asia is seeing increasing demands for technological innovation.
Melody K. Smith
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