A mix of public cloud and on-prem may now be common in many businesses, but research finds European players are virtually absent
The hybrid cloud model is extremely prevalent these days, and mostly the result of a deliberate policy to comply with data protection regulations or to work around legacy infrastructure that cannot easily be shifted to the cloud. In fact, in a recent survey by CPI's end-user sister site Computing, only 18 per cent of of IaaS/PaaS users said they were not using a hybrid cloud setup, meaning a combination of virtualised on-premises infrastructure and a public cloud service. Among larger orga...
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