Research Papers On Cloud Computing 2014 Impala

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IDG Enterprise Cloud Computing Study 2014

The 2014 IDG Enterprise Cloud Computing Survey highlights research on today’s cloud computing trends that technology decision-makers are faced with, including adoption and plans across various cloud service and deployment models, investments, business drivers, impact on business strategy, and plans.

Key Findings Include:

  • Cloud computing implementation is increasing IT flexibility, innovation and responsiveness. (Click to Tweet)
  • Cloud investments continue to rise and enterprise organizations are investing significantly more than SMBs. (Click to Tweet)
  • Over half of companies are still identifying IT operations that could move to the cloud, however more than one-third have already identified their operations. (Click to Tweet)
  • IT must be involved in the cloud purchase selection as cloud related projects return to IT ownership due to lack of skill sets and security. (Click to Tweet)
  • Both public and private cloud service providers must create and communicate security policies to be considered a valued partner. (Click to Tweet)
  • Consistent performance and availability must be a key attribute for vendor solutions. (Click to Tweet)

IDG Enterprise’s 2014 Cloud Computing Survey was conducted across more than 1,600 IT and security decision-makers at a variety of industries that visit IDG Enterprise brands (CIO, Computerworld, CSO, InfoWorld, ITworld and Network World), IDG UK brands (CIO, Computerworld, Techworld), or IDG Sweden brands (CIO, Cloud Magazine, Computer, IDG, InternetWorld, TechWorld).

For more information on this study, view the sample slides below. To receive a PDF of the research, please contact Sue Yanovitch.

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Cloud Computing Survey 2015

Today, 72% of organizations have at least one application in the cloud or a portion of their computing infrastructure in the cloud, and they are not stopping there. As 56% of technology decision-makers are still investigating where cloud use can be leveraged, it is important to understand usage plans across various cloud service models, investments and business drivers. The 2015 IDG Enterprise Cloud Computing study deeply measures all of these areas and ultimately explains the impact cloud computing has on business strategy.

Key Findings include:

  • Cloud investments continue to rise and enterprise organizations are investing significantly more than SMBs.
  • Cloud computing investments continue to be driven by lower total cost of ownership, enablement of business continuity and speed of deployment.
  • Traditional “as-a-service” models remain significant, and there’s movement towards Storage-as-a-Service, Monitoring-as-a-Service and Disaster-Recovery as-a-Service.
  • Sensitivity of data and importance to business determine which applications are migrating to the cloud.
  • Security remains the top adoption challenge, with over half of organizations saying that vendors must ensure security measures can meet their compliance requirements.
  • Organizations have strong relationships with cloud vendors, but vendor support is still needed to fully embrace cloud solutions.

IDG Enterprise’s 2015 Cloud Computing Survey was conducted online among the audiences of IDG Enterprise brands (CIO, Computerworld, CSO, InfoWorld, ITworld and Network World). Results are based on 962 qualified respondents.

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