In a research study by HyTrust, it’s apparent that adoption of public cloud services is accelerating in all verticals, and it’s not expected to slow down any time soon.
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“Without much fanfare, this critical technology advance has become woven into the basic fabric of businesses large and small,” said Eric Chiu, president of HyTrust.
“The potential of virtualisation and the cloud was always undeniable, but there was genuine concern over security and skepticism regarding the processes required. What we find in this research is that the challenges are being overcome, and every kind of function in every kind of industry is being migrated.
“There are some holdouts, to be sure, but they’re now the exception, and we’re betting they won’t stay that way for long,” he added.
The software-defined data center is seeing widespread adoption with more workloads, ranging from routine functions to mission-critical tasks, shifting to public clouds, according to a new survey from HyTrust Inc.
More than 75 percent of healthcare organizations plan to move IT systems to a public cloud within the year, according to research from security and compliance specialist HyTrust.
Almost three quarters (74%) of global organizations across a range of industries are planning to move even more of their systems to the public cloud, according to a new study from HyTrust. Public cloud refers to cloud computing that allows companies to build, operate, and store software and data in off-site, third-party data centers.
The study, which included survey responses from mostly decisions makers, found that a plurality of businesses are looking at employing Microsoft Azure rather than going with public cloud market leader, AWS.
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"The potential of virtualization and the cloud was always undeniable, but there was genuine concern over security and skepticism regarding the processes required," HyTrust President Eric Chiu noted in a statement. "The challenges are being overcome, and every kind of function in every kind of industry is being migrated. There are some holdouts, to be sure, but they’re now the exception," Chu argued.Read More
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