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Cloud Computing Adoption Is Slow but Steady

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    When asked the reason behind their move to the cloud, 52 percent of respondents claimed it was an imperative made by their business or CIO to in order to improve costs, productivity and agility. 41 percent said they’re simply following the industry or their peers, while 30 percent are doing so because of customer requirements.

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Cloud Computing Adoption Is Slow but Steady

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    When asked the reason behind their move to the cloud, 52 percent of respondents claimed it was an imperative made by their business or CIO to in order to improve costs, productivity and agility. 41 percent said they’re simply following the industry or their peers, while 30 percent are doing so because of customer requirements.

The buzz around cloud computing makes it seem as though everyone is making the shift to the cloud, but the reality is that cloud migration is more measured.

A new global survey of 1,300 IT professionals, conducted by Cisco, finds that not only does it take about six months to deploy a cloud application, but a fair number said they would be more likely to see a UFO in the next six months than they were to complete a cloud migration project.

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