Microsoft says it has witnessed high rate of adoption of its cloud services across major business verticals. Microsoft is the first public cloud service provider to offer local datacenters in India.
The company had announced the availability of three datacenters at Mumbai, Pune and Chennai in September 2015. Microsoft is now offering complete set of cloud services – Azure, Office 365 and Dynamics CRM Online via company’s local datacenters.
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Microsoft’s pitch for adoption of local datacenters was Security, Privacy, Compliance and Transparency.
Microsoft says 50 of the top 100 BSE listed companies have adopted its cloud in the first six months after launch of local datacenters. Microsoft says Indian startups like MeruCabs and JustDial are using its cloud services.
Microsoft says adoption of its cloud services is seen growing across sectors like education and public service departments.