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Martial law boosts data, cloud services

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The imposition of martial law will create a potential windfall for data centre and cloud-based services as companies are storing increasing amounts of data to maintain business continuity. 

As technology use becomes more widespread, data centres should see an unprecedented proliferation this year because they are mission critical facilities for companies, especially large enterprises, said two global leading technology research firms.

However, Thailand's information and communication technology (ICT) industry as a whole is expected to grow only 5.5% to US$25.3 billion this year, down from an earlier projection of 7.2%.

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