Pakistani delegates at Oracle World2017 said that cloud technology makes enthusiastic sense for developing countries like Pakistan, in which organizations looking for best practices of the leading companies in the world regardless of scarcity of resources.

An official representing a top Pakistani company told that though, implementation rate has still been relatively slow for the reason that companies have been careful about this transformation and cautious about safekeeping and privacy of their data being shifted to cloud.

The official declared that increasingly companies are considering this possibility, particularly with the improvements for efficiency levels and security mechanisms of cloud platforms,” the representative said.

Pakistani companies getting involved in to get familiar with the new cloud technologies and the revolutionary improvement in data theft deterrence mechanisms are Allied Bank of Pakistan (ABP), Habib Bank Limited (HBL), DG Khan Cement, Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited (PTCL), Goto Online Shopping Sores.

A senior technology officer of a leading Pakistani business group having production and countrywide sales operations said that they had cast-off on-premises solutions but they became customers of Oracle’s cloud technologies.

“This focuses mainly on innovation and business development and not as much of deadly work of maintaining data centers and besieged to retain systems working in spite of infrastructural issues,” said technology officer.

According to Thomas Kurian, president product development at Oracle, behind the development of cloud services and beneficial to Internet user and a browser. He stated that it has served its purpose and facilitated to overcome scarcity of resources needed for in-house systems.

Pakistan is situated in South Asian Growing Economies (SAGE)-West region also having Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Maldives, and Bhutan. Asian continent is exponentially big data generator and is critical for development of effective machine learning technologies.

Larry Ellison, executive chairman and chief technology officer (CTO) Oracle, explained that feeding data to machines was like giving training to machines. “More data is more training,” Ellison said. More exposure to big data, the more accurate machines become with the help of machine learning, computers can distinguish normal patterns from abnormal patterns.