Despite data from IDG Research Services showing that 58% of data still resides in non-cloud environments, it would seem hybrid-clouds will rule the foreseeable future.
It feels like every week there’s a new scandal hitting the headlines about security breaches and lost data.
For a lot of organisations, data is their most valuable asset; if it were lost, many companies would cease to exist. The Department of Trade and Industry estimates.
A global study of 1,000 C-level executives discovered that within the next three years, 76% of companies intend to move their data and analytics.
Data management is becoming increasingly challenging for companies choosing to adopt hybrid-cloud. According to IDG Research Services.
According to a report from Vanson Bourne, two-thirds (69%) of data centre owners are planning to expand their facilities.
According to IDC, big data is just getting started. Today, only 1% of all apps use cognitive services; by 2018, 50% will.
With the amount of data we produce doubling every two years, storage is becoming a primary concern for many data centre managers.
In an attempt to keep up with the pace of change, many organisations are turning to the IT department for help.
For many organisations, adhering to The Data Protection Act, is a real challenge. According to the 2015 Information Security Breaches Survey.
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