Microsoft Nigeria has urged businesses in the country to adopt cloud computing to enable firms reduce operating costs, run infrastructure more efficiently, and streamline scaling as business needs change.
The Country Manager, Microsoft Nigeria, Akin Banuso, gave the charge while speaking with journalists at the company’s office in Lagos.
He said with digital transformation becoming the driving force behind organisational strategies across the continent, organisations in Nigeria need to consider cloud computing as a way of storing and managing servers, databases, networking analytics and software through the internet (cloud).
This, according to him, will enable firms experience faster innovation, flexible resources, and achieve economies of scale, as they will only pay for cloud services used.
“We created our Azure cloud offering recognising that organisations that migrate to the cloud would require an ever-expanding set of cloud services to help them meet business challenges.
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