White Paper: What's next for cloud computing?

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The pressure on organizations to uncover real-time insights, provide AI-fueled customer service, and foster a remote and hybrid work environment has driven them to find innovative ways to keep up with the competition.

The traditional on-demand, metered access to cloud computing no longer meets the needs of dynamic, modern companies.

In this white paper, we will be discussing the basics of the distributed cloud architecture, including what it is, its benefits, everyday use cases and how micro data centres are critical for the distributed cloud.

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