October 22, 2019 By Harish Grama < 1 min read

New data protection and security leadership, open source innovation, and more enterprise grade capabilities than ever before reinforce IBM Cloud as the best public cloud for business.

Until recently, the demand for enterprise cloud has been on migrating relatively simple applications and workloads to cloud infrastructure, using public cloud to test new technologies, and extending existing applications. And now? A growing need for agility and readily accessible data to quickly create new insights and customized features has shifted enterprise cloud focus from migrate and modernize to build and innovate. This crucial demand comes with the need for secure solutions—especially for regulated industries—surrounding compliance and security, difficulty managing across clouds and IT, and tangible delivery methods.

IBM Cloud delivers enterprise grade workload capabilities, market-leading data and app protection, and open source innovations that the world’s largest and most complex enterprises demand, including 47 of the Fortune 50

We are proud to share that Aegean Airlines, BNP Paribas, Elaw Tecnologia SA, and Home Trust have chosen IBM’s public cloud to run their dynamic, demanding, secured mission-critical workloads and transform operations. See the news announcement here.

IBM Cloud has enhanced the public cloud portfolio with a wide array of new cloud security, data and app protection, open source innovation, and enterprise grade services to help enterprises, especially those in regulated industries, modernize and build new applications.

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