What do CIOs and IT decision-makers need to build and execute on Hybrid Cloud strategy?
CIOs and IT decision-makers love the promise of Hybrid Cloud. However, many have yet to make it a reality. Those whose organisation has already embarked on Hybrid Cloud deployments have experienced mixed results, creating a ‘trough of disillusionment’.
To delve deeper into the challenges they face, The Bunker commissioned Vanson Bourne to interview 100 IT decision makers from private enterprise organisations (1,000+ employees) in the UK about the types of applications and data they’re migrating to Cloud Infrastructure, their successes and failures thus far, and to gauge how achievable Hybrid Cloud strategy is for their business today.
The results provide compelling insight – Completing The Hybrid Cloud Puzzle
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