Indonesia's Telkom Cooperates with Microsoft to Implement Cloud Computing Technology

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Indonesia's Telkom cooperates with Microsoft to create a new solution in the world of IT, namely that Cloud Computing is currently a trend in the world. "Cloud Cumputing is a trend that is happening in some countries, and I believe Indonesia will start this trend now," explained Microsoft's Asia Pacific vice president Emilio Umeoka, on the sidelines of the signing of the MoU Telkom and Microsoft, at the Shangrilla Hotel, Jakarta, Wednesday (7/4/2010).

For Telkom, this solution itself is very profitable for this largest operator company in Indonesia. The reason, according to Director of IT & Supply PT Telekomunikasi Indonesia, Indra Utoyo, cloud computing is the perfect solution for large companies such as Telkom to implement the switch Capex to become Opex.

"With cloud computig services, we'll get a global services without having to own it. Because we're only renting it, all are going to be managed by Microsoft. This is certainly positively contributed to Telkom," said Indra.

Through this cooperation, Telkom will reach a much wider customer by providing cloud computing-based IT services. Through this service as well, added Indra, businesses including Small Medium Enterprise can concentrate on their core business without the headaches of IT human resources that usually become an obstacle in the SME segment.

Some of the packages offered in the cooperation of Telkom with Microsoft are Communication & Collaboration Packages, which consists of Broadband, Exchange, and OCS, a form of SaaS which provide Microsoft unfied communication technology features without the need to install hardware.

While for virtualized server package, Telkom provides broadband plus virtual dedicated server, a form of IaaS (Infrastructure as Service). Virtual Private Servers (VPS) technology allows companies to share server costs with other customers. "Telkom Indonesia targetting 1000 SMEs will use Cloud Computing packages," said Indra.

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