In few year Cloud Computing will grow very sharply. It is estimated that Cloud revenue in 2021 will be below $300 billion. Big providers actually are Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Platform and Alibaba Cloud.
But which countries are friendlier about Cloud Computing? A study released by BSA-The Software Alliance underline that some country have adopt policy and laws to promote cloud.
Study, which cover technology environments of 24 nations, ranked nations on the basis of their support for data privacy; security; cybercrime prevention; intellectual property rights; free trade; industry-led standards; information technology readiness; and broadband deployments.
One of the country which has make a big progress lately is Singapore (adopted a new privacy low to recognizes people’s right to protect their personal information and companies), but in the top is Japan because of in data privacy, security protections, cybercrime laws and broadband penetration. United States of America is third behind Australia.
Canada also moved up the rankings by implementing international IP agreements. In the other hand, all six European Union countries covered in the study have lost ground in the rankings.
10 top countries in terms of cloud environments:
- United States
- United Kingdom
- South Korea