To facilitate Digital Transformation (DX) in Pakistan’s regulated sector, the Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP) has produced a draught of “Cloud Adoption Guidelines for Incorporated Companies” for public comment.
The instructions lay forth a simple and effective process for moving to cloud computing. Companies will be able to clearly comprehend the risks and benefits of migrating to the cloud vs traditional computer solutions.
Over the Internet, the cloud provides convenient, on-demand access to a shared pool of resources such as servers, storage, and applications. Looking ahead to the future of cloud computing and the most exciting trends in the industry, cloud computing has proven to be highly effective in various sectors in terms of resource usage, scalability, business continuity, increased collaboration, and speed to market, among other things. It gives higher-reliability computer resources at a lower cost.
The SECP’s draught Cloud Adoption Guidelines are in line with the Ministry of IT & Telecommunications’ draught “Pakistan Cloud First Policy (PCFP) 2021.” Feedback on the proposed Guidelines is welcome.