Mid-Market Cloud Services Adoption Trends

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Disaster avoidance/business continuity (DA/BC) is the number one expected benefit of moving to the cloud, cited by 72 percent of all respondents. Of those with services already in the cloud, six in 10 had already experienced DA/BC benefits.

Other top benefits experienced by those in the cloud include: flexibility (70 percent), scalability (70 percent), lower TCO (57 percent) and deferring/avoiding hardware purchases (52 percent).

Evolve IP surveyed 1,181 executive cloud decision makers and IT professionals on their perception of the cloud and adoption of cloud services. The results? There’s a near 100 percent chance of clouds - but not everyone is equally enthused.

Click through for the top highlights, and for complete survey results, please visit Evolve IP at www.evolveip.net/cloud-survey.


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