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Percentage of best-in-class respondents that provide their employees with secure mobile remote access to their organization's network and data.1
Estimated spending on public and private cloud services in 2012 (representing growth of 26%).2
Percentage of organizations planning or evaluating cloud solutions. (One-third of companies already had cloud services, and 27% said they won't consider it.)3
Q: How do enterprises weigh the various cloud options (private, public, hybrid, managed)? Must they choose one?
A: No. I believe that a lot of that [one-kind-or-another mentality] is coming from the fact that companies have gotten to cloud from an infrastructure perspective. I think we need to turn this discussion around and look at business requirements and business functionality. How can I deliver appropriate functionality in the best way with the lowest risk, at the most affordable price?
— Christian Verstraete, HP cloud evangelist, in an Enterprise CIO Forum video.