In summary, it has become clear only in the last few months that parts of China now have the infrastructure to enable the provision of cloud computing services; the suppliers positioned to deliver these services; and demand for these services. They do not have the same brake on cloud computing adoption, namely legacy business and investments, which exists in mature economies. Key regions within China are now poised to offer some of the most significant cloud computing opportunities in the world.
Andrew Milroy is vice president for ICT Research at Frost & Sullivan, Asia Pacific. He can be reached at email@example.com.
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