Who's using cloud computing?
Organizations in all business sectors and of all sizes are moving their data, digital assets and day-to-day activities to the cloud to improve operations, customer experiences and increase productivity. Below are some of the ways industries are incorporating cloud technologies:
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Retailers are using the cloud and cloud computing to gain faster customer insights, improve performance and make the best use of existing resources.
With cloud computing, manufacturers can share larger amounts of data and insights more easily with suppliers and distributors.
Banks have found that with cloud computing they can quickly scale cutting-edge analytics and AI solutions to reduce processing times and improve customer experiences.
Cloud computing is enabling global research teams to collaborate better using a single, cloud-based platform to ensure consistency and seamless, secure access to auditable results.
A high-performance cloud computing environment enables energy providers to quickly and flexibly deploy analytics solutions that have a fast return on investment.
Commonly limited by legacy technology, insurers are investing in cloud infrastructure to support the adoption of new technologies and agile processes. In many cases, business units within companies are driving digital transformation – serving as proofs of concept for embedding digital technologies elsewhere in the business.
By sharing services and infrastructure, agencies are using cloud computing to improve their agility and reduce data siloes to improve the level of services they provide to citizens.
Cloud computing enables researchers to accelerate and validate their research with better data management and increased levels of collaboration.