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    The acceleration of digital transformations and cloud implementations by Australian companies and government agencies is expanding the country’s Microsoft cloud ecosystem, according to a new research report published today by Information Services Group (ISG) (Nasdaq: III), a leading global technology research and advisory firm.

    The 2024 ISG Provider Lens Microsoft Cloud Ecosystem report for Australia finds that organizations’ cloud strategies are evolving quickly, shaped by concerns about cloud costs, geopolitical instability and a growing risk of cyberattacks. In turn, the market for Microsoft cloud-related services is also evolving. Adoption of Microsoft Power Platform and Dynamics 365 is especially strong, with enterprises increasingly focused on building applications correctly as they migrate to the cloud.

    “Australian companies are cautious about technology, seeking a strong return on investment,” said Ben Rossiter, ISG technology modernization lead in Australia. “They are partnering with providers for the best possible implementations.”

    Many Australian organizations are still catching up with dramatic changes in employee and customer expectations that accelerated with the COVID-19 pandemic, ISG says. Service providers are helping them deploy the right devices, network security and collaboration tools to keep remote workers happy, safe and productive.

    Microsoft’s AI strategy for Azure continues to evolve amid growing enterprise interest in using AI to augment human productivity, the report says. Companies are under pressure to quickly introduce new products and services and see AI as a tool to boost employees’ innovation efforts. They are expected to increase their adoption of AI, and especially conversational AI, in Azure implementations over the next few years.

    As generative AI (GenAI) emerges as a key technology for many enterprise functions, companies are integrating AI with their workflows, business applications and collaborative platforms, ISG says. GenAI services for Microsoft clouds are helping them to prepare for this new wave of capabilities. Organizations that understand how to use GenAI are expected to outperform those that come late to the technology.

    In the wake of the pandemic and a recent surge in ransomware attacks, Australian organizations have grown more comfortable with putting applications on the cloud, ISG says. Many, though not all, have already migrated applications with low to medium complexity and are now ready to trust complex core systems such as SAP to the cloud. SAP’s announcement of the impending end of life for its on-premises products has accelerated this trend.

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