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Many IT leaders in India planning a significant hike in 2021 cloud budgets

Protection and data is seen as a major concern for cloud adoption, as per study.

According to the research, 69 percent of Indian companies educate workers on cloud-based data and analytical skills.

According to a research, many IT leaders in India are preparing to make a major increase in 2021 cloud budgets to promote remote work.

Analysis by Amdocs showed that Indian businesses are focused on recruiting and refining workers on cloud platforms.

It said that 250 senior IT professionals in India businesses have been surveyed.

The survey showed that 73% of India’s IT leaders are aiming to make a substantial improvement in their 2021 cloud budgets in order to make remote work simpler and potentially permanent.

“Upskilling and reskilling are going to be crucial to shifting work patterns, with 59 percent of India enterprises aiming to upskill staff in cloud security practises,” he said in a statement.

Protection and data is seen as a major concern for cloud adoption, as per the study.

Indian companies would also recruit employees to assist with their current cloud and remote job initiatives, Amdocs said that 40 per cent of companies said they will hire new data engineers. Equally, they said they would recruit data scientists.

The survey showed that Indian businesses had already taken big measures to embrace the cloud.

According to the report, 69 percent of Indian companies educate workers on cloud-based data and analytical skills.

As many as 77% of India-based IT leaders have said their companies are doing enough to continually rehabilitate workers on cloud platforms.

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Khushbu Sonihttps://www.cionews.co.in
Chief Editor - CIO News | Founder & CEO - Mercadeo

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