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Iron Mountain’s study found that huge swathes of IT teams are still cautious about cloud storage and want to keep data where it can be seen due to concerns over the security of sensitive data.
A study carried out by Vistage has found that 49 per cent of UK SMEs have adopted the cloud, with a further 11 per cent planning to do so shortly.
The company has brought in a new entry-level all-flash array that has a much lower initial outlay than current options and is around half the price of competitor options.
According to new research, the UK's IT decision makers are nodding their heads but still don't actually understand what the software-defined data centre (SDDC) is.
This HP whitepaper outlines these reasons and shows why companies that have embraced cloud computing technology will continue to thrive.
Recent research has shown the six main areas which cause difficulty with cloud services, and some of them are widely recognised strengths of the cloud.
The low cost solution is being targeted at companies that otherwise can’t afford the outlay required and offers many of the benefits at a significantly lower cost.
This HP whitepaper explains the transformation and outlines why the cloud is now so central in how IT services can be quickly and flexibly delivered to organisations' IT users.
ITProPortal will soon be publishing a series that will set about translating cloud jargon into something we all can understand. Tune in over the next couple of weeks for more.
This HP whitepaper looks at how, when working to the accepted definition of cloud computing, the technology allows organisations to efficiently grow.
This HP whitepaper outlines what these concerns are and gives some hints as to how the perceived threats can be mitigated against.