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Published By: Rackspace     Published Date: Mar 28, 2018
With Rackspace Managed Security and Compliance Assistance for GCP, Rackspace is now a leading managed security services provider that offers services on all of the major public cloud platforms. In IDC’s 2017 CloudView Survey of over 6,000 enterprise respondents, nearly 50 percent indicated concerns about security in the cloud, and about 40 percent cited superior security capabilities available from service providers as a major incentive to move to the cloud.¹ With RMS, Rackspace security experts help customers with strategic planning for best practice multi-cloud security, tactical day-to-day security monitoring and threat analysis to deter, detect and respond to potential threats around the clock.
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Published By: Palo Alto Networks     Published Date: Dec 02, 2016
The public cloud has rapidly moved past the novelty, curiosity stage to the business critical initiative stage for nearly every established organization. In a 2016 IDC CloudView survey, 80% of the enterprises contacted were actively engaged in public-cloud projects. The driving forces are a realization that the public cloud is “enterprise ready” and the need to be more agile, more responsive and more competitive. For those organizations that already have an existing physical IT infrastructure, the common starting point is a hybrid approach, which extends the existing data center into Microsoft® Azure™.
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Published By: Cisco     Published Date: Dec 21, 2016
IDC’s 2014 CloudView study interviewed Director-level and above respondents from a global sample of 19,080 enterprise executives responsible for IT decisions. Of this sample the full survey was conducted on the 3,643 respondents actively using cloud for multiple workloads
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Published By: Cisco     Published Date: Dec 28, 2015
Cloud adoption is an expanding part of IT organizations’ strategies, and IT architects are growing more sophisticated in how they think about cloud; however, as of early 2015, relatively few organizations have truly advanced levels of cloud maturity. In IDC’s recent worldwide CloudView Survey, we discovered that nearly 60% of organizations are currently using or planning to implement some form of cloud — whether for a single project or their portfolio, for test/development environments, or to run mission-critical applications 24 x 7 — but only 25% have reached the level that IDC would call “mature”— that is, building repeatable, managed, or optimized cloud strategies. There is significant room for improvement.
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cisco, cloud adoption, public cloud, private cloud, productivity, idc, cloudview survey, networking, it management, knowledge management
    
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Published By: Cisco     Published Date: Feb 23, 2016
Cisco's Business Cloud Advisor provides a source of comparative cloud adoption levels supported by an IDC research model that integrates benchmarks calculated from the responses of over 3,400 organizations that took part in the IDC CloudView survey and analysis supported by IDC's business outcomes research. This analysis of your responses places You with 31% of the overall organizations in the benchmarked group at cloud adoption level 2 – Opportunistic.
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Published By: Cisco     Published Date: Feb 23, 2016
Cloud adoption is an expanding part of IT organizations’ strategies, and IT architects are growing more sophisticated in how they think about cloud; however, as of early 2015, relatively few organizations have truly advanced levels of cloud maturity. In IDC’s recent worldwide CloudView Survey, we discovered that nearly 60% of organizations are currently using or planning to implement some form of cloud — whether for a single project or their portfolio, for test/development environments, or to run mission-critical applications 24 x 7 — but only 25% have reached the level that IDC would call “mature”— that is, building repeatable, managed, or optimized cloud strategies. There is significant room for improvement.
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