5. So what does this mean to you as a
“If it’s 1 percent of
$3.8 trillion, it’s a
lot. If it’s
Cloud isn’t 5, 10, 15, 25 percent
– depending on
what market you
are talking about –
it’s very significant.
So just don’t ignore
cloud like it’s not
happening to you
since you are not
hearing it today.
Trust me it’s not
Tiffani Bova, Gartner
9. Cloud isn’t for everyone
Many companies and governments Migrating workloads to a shared
are uncomfortable with the idea of network and compute infrastructure
their information located on systems increases the potential for
they do not control. unauthorized exposure.
High availability will be a key concern. IT
departments will worry about a loss of
service should outages occur.
Complying with PCI DSS Security Management
and other regulations may Even the simplest of tasks may be behind
prohibit the use of clouds for layers of abstraction or performed by
some applications. someone else.
10. Cloud buyers can look different
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