Public cloud services spending to touch $7.3 billion in India

  • India’s cloud adoption has accelerated since the pandemic started and the double-digit growth in the public cloud is expected to continue in the next year as well, according to research and advisory firm Gartner.
  • The country’s public cloud services end-user spending is forecast to total $7.3 billion in 2022, up 29.6% from the previous year.
  • Initiatives aimed at building a skilled cloud workforce in collaboration with private IT service providers will aid the government’s effort of strengthening the public cloud ecosystem in the country, the research firm noted.

Founders Factory and G-Force launch Seed program for climate-focused startups

  • The program will invest in entrepreneurs with startups that can reduce the world’s greenhouse gas emissions, speed up the transition to a circular economy, create sustainable housing and manufacturing solutions, as well as address climate-friendly mobility, food/feed production, and capturing/storing CO2 and methane.
  • Founders Factory’s partner in the Sustainability Seed program, G-Force, is being backed financially by a syndicate of Central and Eastern European investors including Boris Zelený, Marian Gazdik, and early-stage investors Peter Külloi and Miklós Kóbor.
  • Startups selected program for the will get a Seed investment of up to €150,000, six months of startup support using Founders Factory’s team, as well as introductions to potential customers, partners, corporates, and investors.

Airtel conducts cloud gaming test on 5G

  • Homegrown telecom giant Bharti Airtel has successfully conducted India’s first cloud gaming session in a 5G environment.
  • Airtel used its 5G test lab in Manesar in the national capital region area for the cloud gaming pilot, which also suggests that the industry in India is readying itself to take cloud gaming seriously.
  • Cloud gaming uses computing power from cloud servers to stream resource intensive games to devices that would otherwise not support such games.

Delhi cloud region to help users build a digital-first future

  • BENGALURU : In July this year, Google Cloud launched a new cloud region in Delhi-NCR in response to the growing needs of its customers in India and Asia-Pacific.
  • India is a strategic market for Google Cloud and we invested in our second cloud region to help customers and local partners build a digital-first future.
  • We are expanding our local infrastructure in response to customer demand since opening our Mumbai Cloud region in 2017.

Microsoft warns thousands of cloud customers of exposed databases

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  • SAN FRANCISCO : Microsoft on Thursday warned thousands of its cloud computing customers, including some of the world’s largest companies, that intruders could have the ability to read, change or even delete their main databases, according to a copy of the email and a cyber security researcher.
  • Luttwak said even customers who have not been notified by Microsoft could have had their keys swiped by attackers, giving them access until those keys are changed.

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