Microsoft`s Asia head sees `huge` opportunity in China, the future in cloud computing

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These centers support Microsoft`s public cloud, Azure, which grew revenue by 93 percent on-year in 2016 and saw compute usage more than double.
In a study released by Microsoft on Monday, 78 percent of Asia Pacific decision-makers surveyed said cloud computing was crucial in their digital transformation strategy.
The demand for public cloud services in Asia Pacific is expected to grow 17.
7 percent in 2017 to $10 billion, according to research from Gartner.
By 2020, total public cloud services spending in the region will rise to $15.
8 billion.
The findings of the company`s Asia Digital Transformation Study also showed 80 percent of the 1,494 respondents across the region saw the need for digital transformation as a long-term growth strategy but only 29 percent have thorough plans in place to do it.

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