Amazon Web Services (AWS), a subsidiary of Amazon, that provides on-demand cloud computing platforms to individuals, companies, and governments, on a metered pay-as-you-go basis, has officially entered Pakistan to lead the adoption of cloud computing.
The company is now looking for a Head of Public Policy in Pakistan and they have officially posted the advertisement on their LinkedIn account.
The amazon.jobs described the job description of Head of the Public Policy Pakistan as, “Would you like to be part of a public policy team that is driving the adoption of cloud computing in South Asia.”
The Amazon Web Services (AWS) Public Policy team is at the forefront of helping customers maximize the benefits of cloud computing by removing regulatory and political blockers to cloud adoption.
“We do this by working with governments as they develop and revise policies related to the digital economy, including cloud first policies, data protection regulations, outsourcing guidelines, cyber security policies, tax policy, and over the top regulations,” amazon.jobs said it on the job description.
AWS is looking for a talented, innovative, and well connected individual to represent AWS in Pakistan before policymakers that are strategically important to the AWS business. The successful candidate will proactively build relationships with key policymakers, politicians and influencers and will develop and execute strategies that mitigate policy risks to the business, as well as advance strategic business opportunities in these market segments.
Data Analyst Roshaan khan posted on LinkedIn, “They’re already assembling their cloud computing team. This should influence the government’s ‘cloud policy’ that has been in development.
Pakistan is inching closer to digital transformation. For data professionals, we will see emerging trends in data analysis and machine learning techniques with the use of AWS. I can already envision the data lakes forming.”