Within the next five years, you can expect to see significant changes in the way businesses consume IT and store data. This is because many companies are finding there are more efficient, flexible, and cost-effective options for both data storage and IT consumption than what they are currently using. On-premises computing and storage, with the help of the hybrid cloud, is becoming increasingly popular, and with good reason.
The Power of Consumption-Based On-Premises Services in Meeting Dynamic Storage Demands offers a closer look at this increasingly popular way to consume IT and store data. We also share the findings of our recent study on consumption-based IT for storage and the cloud, giving you important insights into the impact this fairly new model has been having on the IT industry.
In this paper, you’ll learn:
- The top three motivations for using cloud storage
- The main three areas in which organizations report needing the most help as they adapt to the cloud for storage
- The current state of storage procurement practices as reported by your peers in the industry
- Which workloads affect storage requirements the most
- How many businesses have the expensive habit of over-investing in storage solutions, and how that’s changing
Finding out the answers to these and other questions can help demonstrate the value in the rising concept of on-demand consumption for businesses. If you’re interested in learning more about this method of reducing operational costs while ensuring your storage needs are covered, download your copy of The Power of Consumption-Based On-Premises Services in Meeting Dynamic Storage Demands today.
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Daniel Newman is the Principal Analyst of Futurum Research and the CEO of Broadsuite Media Group. Living his life at the intersection of people and technology, Daniel works with the world’s largest technology brands exploring Digital Transformation and how it is influencing the enterprise. Read Full Bio