Multi-Cloud and Hybrid Cloud Models are the New Norm

Predicts 2019: Increasing Reliance on Cloud Computing Transforms IT and Business Practices

By 2021 over 75% of midsize and enterprise organizations will have adopted a multi-cloud or hybrid IT strategy. Making this shift is expected to be a catalyst to achieving digital transformation and enabling new business models, better productivity, and improved efficiencies. Simply lifting and shifting workloads and data to the cloud is not the answer and demands a proper strategy which has to put security and privacy center stage. This is especially important in a multi-cloud and hybrid cloud where data can span multiple locations and environments.

The complexity of the cloud and security concerns is resulting in organizations turning to managed service providers to help with this journey. A managed service provider can take the pressure off of internal resources by providing expertise, skilled technicians, and 24x7 support.

SoftwareONE can help you manage your journey to the cloud from initial planning to on-going management and address your security needs. Read this recent report from Gartner: Predicts 2019 – Increasing Reliance on Cloud Computing Transforms IT and Business Practices to plan for your multi- and hybrid cloud strategy.

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*Gartner, Predicts 2019: Increasing Reliance on Cloud Computing Transforms IT and Business Practices, Yefim Natis, David Smith, Ed Anderson, Sid Nag, Neville Cannon, Rene Buest, 13 December 2018

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