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Oracle opens digital hub for cloud computing in Singapore

Oracle opens digital hub for cloud computing in Singapore

Oracle, one of the biggest and most influential technology companies on the planet today, has recently opened a brand-new digital hub for cloud-based computing services in Singapore – one of the biggest cloud-based computing hubs in the world and one designed to serve a community that is quickly becoming one of the most important places in the world for startup businesses and innovation.

The new digital hub in Singapore has been designed to help both small and medium-sized businesses take better advantage of cloud-based computing technology and tools. Everything about this investment is aimed towards the startup community that has become so popular in Singapore over the last five years or so, already rivaling Silicon Valley and becoming one of the most influential communities for startup founders and entrepreneurs anywhere on the planet.

Recognizing that 99% of all companies in Singapore are small and medium-sized businesses, with a fair share of those companies existing in the startup space – and contributing nearly half to Singapore’s GDP numbers – Oracle wanted to make sure that the most cutting-edge technology and tools were available to these kinds of pioneers, the kinds of businesses looking to create solutions that won’t just positively impact Singapore but the world in general.

Small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) are more competitive today than they have ever been in the past, thanks in large part to major technological leaps forward like cloud-based computing tools. It’s possible now for startups to go toe to toe with multinational and multibillion-dollar companies in a way that just wasn’t ever possible before, and Oracle wants to make sure that they are helping to tip the scales in favor of the smaller businesses as much as possible to spur on growth, development, and entrepreneurial success.

Oracle and the new Digital Hub in Singapore is aimed at empowering SMBs that are looking to transform their operations with the cloud. This gives every business an opportunity to leverage resources that may have been too expensive or otherwise inaccessible, but it also allows for improved collaboration, improved infrastructure, and rapid integration that isn’t possible with more traditional technological solutions.

Singapore has definitely been one of the fastest digitizing economies in the world and they aren’t showing any signs of slowing down anytime soon. The overwhelming majority of the population in Singapore is comfortable and familiar with technology (especially since they have such fantastic infrastructure for cutting-edge solutions), and the business community is excited and intrigued by the potential that the new Oracle Digital Hub promises to bring to the table.

This is going to be the second cloud-based computing hub and cloud services solution introduced into the Southeast Asian region, with the other Oracle cloud-based hub set up in Kuala Lumpur. Eventually, Oracle would like to have an even more significant presence in this part of the world – one of the fastest growing global economies and certainly one of the most technologically savvy as well as a huge driver of international commerce.

Things are looking up for the small businesses of Singapore for sure!

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