Forrester Research report: accelerate your cloud expansion

Alexia Emmanoulopoulou

Alexia Emmanoulopoulou

on 16 May 2016

Cloud is now mainstream, but what’s holding it back, what are the biggest concerns of technology decision makers? Are industry leaders choosing public, private or hybrid clouds? Canonical has commissioned Forrester Consulting to explore enterprise cloud platform trends and adoption. Learn about:

  • Most popular cloud deployment and strategies
  • What percentage of enterprises are already utilizing IaaS/PaaS
  • The desired goals and benefits of implementing various cloud models
  • What enterprises plan to do with their clouds
  • Enterprise top concerns about the cloud

The report summarizes how decision makers really feel about the promise of greater flexibility, scalability, agility and cost savings offered by the Cloud.

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