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The cloud hub: From cloud chaos to clarity

As cloud adoption accelerates and begins to touch all aspects of business, companies need to augment their core digital capabilities, advance their operating models, and transform their talent for the future.

The path to cloud transformation

Hear from Infosys president Ravi Kumar and MIT Technology Review CEO Elizabeth Bramson Boudreau about the partnership to create "The cloud hub: From cloud chaos to clarity" to help executives and decision-makers learn about cloud transformations from global companies. 

Cloud radar report 2021

Cloud is no longer about saving time and money. New research from Infosys shows that businesses stand to add $414 billion of annual profit by using cloud to increase their speed and capabilities to gain a competitive edge.

Capitalizing on the data economy

A new survey shows companies today are just scratching the surface of data-driven opportunities—but the emergence of a powerful global ecosystem may change that.

At Roland-Garros, tennis is now on the cloud, powered by applied AI

The 2021 Parisian Grand Slam, officially known as Roland-Garros after the French aviator, has enabled fans, players, coaches, broadcasters, journalists, and organizers of the tournament to experience the game with a new set of immersive and intelligent tools.

Invisible tech. Real impact.

Data security has become a critical aspect of brands. Businesses must understand how to protect their brand’s "value at risk" in the event of a cybersecurity breach.

Learnings from Siemens Gamesa's global digital transformation journey

Born out of a merger, Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy (SGRE), a clean energy producer, leveraged the cloud to support its expanding business and future development.