The Indian cloud services market is expected to touch $13.5 bn by the year 2026, growing at a CAGR of 24% from 2021, as per the International Data Corporation (IDC)
It is thus no wonder that almost every business today has moved to the cloud in today’s challenging times, which has emerged as the perfect catalyst for enterprises striving for digital transformation.
Mastering multi-cloud strategies with a focus on the latest security features, Kwebmaker has been instrumental in bolstering many recognizable organizations across the globe with regard to their journey vis-à-vis cloud consulting and services. In fact, our dedicated experts are always at your service whether it is large-scale migration to the virtual or hybrid cloud or simply a small consulting project. You can approach us for any of your needs in this extremely niche domain of cloud computing solutions, be it:
Improved business agility in the cloud obviously leads to better customer experiences from our clients.
What do we bring to the table for our clients?
Since we are armed with the necessary expertise in Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure Cloud, Microsoft Office 365, Google Cloud Platform and Google Apps, out team of experts advise our clients about which Cloud service would work best for them. Our in-depth knowhow in the realm of cloud governance allows organizations to secure a business environment that is in sync with governance policies and regulatory principles.
This entire enhanced IT responsiveness and greater productivity is achieved by optimizing resource utilization without any major investment in hardware or software.
We facilitate your business to scale data storage capacity, processing as well as networking, with zero downtime.
Our multiple cloud services are always tested for their performance, reliability and scalability. We highlight the importance of continuous running of key business processes and safe backup of critical data.
The adoption of cloud technology is responsible for saving costs linked to buying equipment for processing data and building large data centres.
By refraining from requirements of data centres and associated heavy equipments, companies have a chance to do their bit for Mother Earth.