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The percentage of IT leaders who say their enterprises have gone with 100% mobile and laptop computing.1
The percentage of IT leaders who say their enterprise will go 100% mobile and laptop by 2016.1
The percentage of IT organizations that expect all critical apps and operations will be sourced via the cloud by 2016. (Three percent say that’s the case now. An additional 27% expect to get there by 2020.)1
Q: What keeps enterprise IT from maximizing cloud use?
A: [One thing is that] the underlying technology is quite different. Customers have to transition from a monolithic approach in which their perspective is on technology categories and a hierarchical stack, (e.g., servers, network, storage, etc.). Cloud forces them to shift to a different perspective entirely, one that focuses on integrating and managing services. They have to ensure they have the skills to manage, broker, govern, and monitor services instead of just technology. Contract management and SLA negotiations become priority. Customers changing to multi-vendor, multi-supplier environments need a way to maintain governance and control, while still adding value to the business.
—Michael Garrett, VP and GM of Worldwide Professional Services at HP Software, outlining three key cloud challenges on our blog