Most companies hesitate to transfer their workloads between services and information in the cloud, so far although there have been many doubts about privacy and security.
According to the latest 451 Research report, based on interviews with over 1,200 IT professionals in different parts of the world, the level of enterprise workloads is in fact set to rise from 41% today to 60% in mid-2018.
The report also highlighted that 38% of the companies involved have a policy of type cloud-first; this means that the priorities of where to place all of their assets are just the cloud. Among other, acquisitions, mergers, updates, divestitures, new hardware and software are pushing more and more companies towards cloud adoption.
The cloud is suitable for any workload in all situations. Naturally, it facilitates and improves things. And if it is true that there is an inevitable transaction to be made in the transition from traditional infrastructure to a cloud, it is also true that more often than not it is a traumatic transaction. That’s why more and more companies will perform this migration to the cloud, whether on-premise, managed by a service provider or in a data center.
Part of the reason behind this growth of cloud adoption is that executives are going beyond the initial concerns about security and privacy. With more and more experience gained in this field, even the doubters against the cloud are overcoming initial fears and gaining more and more confidence in the cloud.
If it is quite simple to move the new cloud services, applications, and data, transfer existing services and information is another matter. The report noted that it takes time to change the way you do things, abandon a practice that already exists, and arrive at a new working structure. Also because, when things work, there is little incentive to change, even with the promise of a secure improvement after this change.
Finally, according to 451 Research, the strongest growth of the cloud will occur especially in critical enterprise categories, such as data analytics, and business applications.
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