#Cloud Adoption

What is challenging multicloud adoption?

Nutanix announced the findings of its Enterprise Cloud Index (ECI) survey and research report, which measures enterprise progress with cloud adoption. The research showed that multicloud is currently the most commonly used deployment model and adoption will jump to 64% in the next three years. But the complexity of managing across cloud borders remains a major challenge for enterprises, with 87% agreeing that multicloud success requires simpler management across mixed-cloud infrastructures. To address top challenges related to interoperability, security, cost and data integration, 83% of respondents agree that a hybrid multicloud model is ideal.
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Stacklet Survey Reveals 3 Inhibitors for Accelerated Cloud Adoption

Cloud governance, compliance and security policies are top inhibitors for organizations looking to adopt the cloud this year, according to a study by Arlington, VA-based developer Stacklet. The survey included over 700 IT professionals, developers and solutions architects from a cross-section of mid-to large-size companies in industries such as software,...
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Tigo Business announces its Cloud Center of Excellence (CCoE) in collaboration with Microsoft to accelerate cloud adoption | #microsoft | #hacking | #cybersecurity

Tigo Business announces its Cloud Center of Excellence (CCoE) in collaboration with Microsoft to accelerate cloud adoption. With a trained team of expert engineers with more than 1,200 Cloud and Cybersecurity certifications, the Cloud Center of Excellence will provide support and advice in the development of solutions based on the Microsoft Azure cloud and will guide Guatemalan companies towards a model digital acceleration.

Flexibility and Scale Foremost in Cloud SIEM | #cloudsecurity

Cloud security and information management (SIEM) provides companies with options no matter where they are on the digital transformation scale. Cloud security and information management (SIEM) tools offer advantages no matter where businesses stand in their digital transformation. Thanks to cloud capabilities and the new era of flexible solutions, companies can build security solutions in-house or work with service providers. Let’s find out how Cloud SIEM is reshaping how companies think about and deploy security solutions.

Remote work and cloud adoption lands 1Password with $620M Series C, now valued at $6.8B

The investment was led by Iconiq Growth, with participation from Tiger Global, Lightspeed Venture Partners, Backbone Angels and Accel, which led the company’s $200 million Series A and $100 million Series B rounds. Other investors taking part include CrowdStrike CEO George Kurtz, General Motors CEO Mary Barry and LinkedIn chairman Jeff Weiner. The round also attracted investment from investors Ryan Reynolds, Robert Downey Jr. and Justin Timberlake.

Multi-cloud Adoption Will Rise Till 2024 But Adoption Challenges Could Spoil the Party

According to a new survey that found higher-than-expected cloud usage amidst the economic downturn, enterprises are adopting multi-cloud and hybrid cloud strategies at a healthy rate. However, challenges like increasing implementation expenses and other complexities may play spoilsport in organizations’ cloud adoption plans over the next three years. A...

Cloud Security Survey: Better Security Drives Better Business Outcomes

At the risk of undermining my own career, I'm going to bring you all in on a secret: cloud security does not exist. Rather, there is "scale the business" security, "better serve our customers" security, "drive innovation" security… the list goes on. This is a bit of a joke, of course. Cloud security is very real. But this highlights one of the lessons learned from our second-annual industry survey, The State of Cloud Native Security Report, 2022 – stronger security can help improve other business outcomes.

The State of Cloud Native Security Report 2022

Palo Alto Networks surveyed 3,000 cloud security and DevOps professionals from around the world to gain insight into organizations’ cloud adoption strategies, budgets, experiences, and future plans. The results of this research can be found in our latest report on the state of cloud native security in 2022 and beyond. Download your copy of the report for insight into:

What are the barriers to moving legacy data to the cloud?

While 95% of tech leaders worldwide say moving their legacy application data to the cloud is a priority, and 80.5% want to do it within the next 12 months, only 35% of tech leaders currently store more than half their legacy data in the cloud. On a related note, only...

Will 2022 be your year of multi-cloud adoption?

Article by Zscaler regional vice president and A/NZ country manager, Steve Singer. Transitional changes in technology are happening at an ever-increasing rate, and the pace is unlikely to slow any time soon. In the past, the strategic focus tended to be on shifting from a physical to a virtualised infrastructure....

Shannon Kellogg column: How Virginia built a future in the cloud

When many Americans hear “tech industry,” they think of Silicon Valley. But in Virginia, we should be reminded of something much closer to home. That’s because all of us, as Virginians, are fortunate to live in a real center of 21st-century technology — the single greatest concentration of data centers on Earth, built as part of a cloud computing industry launched in our own backyard. Want proof of impact? Every day, 70% of global internet traffic moves through the commonwealth.