As IT organizations debate the merits of building their own private clouds or renting public cloud computing infrastructure, it’s becoming clear that both approaches are being seriously considered.
A new survey of 100 senior IT executives conducted by Osterman Research on behalf of Electric Cloud, a provider of services for managing application development in the cloud, finds that a plethora of applications are being considered for the cloud.
But a deeper look into the portion of IT budgets allocated to the cloud suggests that it may take at least another year before cloud computing goes mainstream in the enterprise.
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