By vCloud Team
While security is still cited as a concern when it comes to public cloud adoption, a recent study of 243 IT and business professionals, conducted by analyst firm Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG), suggests that many companies are beginning to feel more comfortable with the public cloud, as they move beyond the test and development phase of their public cloud deployments.
In fact, 67% of mid-market and enterprise companies surveyed are now running what they view as mission-critical workloads on IaaS.
As we’ve highlighted in our Another VMware Cloud series, companies can reap huge business benefits when implementing a VMware-based private, public or hybrid cloud solution, such as cost savings, disaster recovery, improved operational efficiency, and more. This survey by ESG further cements companies’ growing trust in the cloud, as they move more of their mission-critical workloads to cloud environments.
Some other key findings of the study include:
Interested in what a public cloud can do for you? Visit vCloud.VMware.com to learn more and to test drive a public cloud from a vCloud Service Provider. vCloud service providers deliver VMware-compatible infrastructure clouds built on a secure platform, enabling customers to easily extend, manage and scale their datacenter workloads to a public cloud.
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