Ready and Reliable Access to those Crucial Applications and Data
Cloud adoption has finally hit its tipping point; IDC is predicting that by 2018 more than half of all enterprise IT workloads will be based in the cloud. At the same time, despite new IT computing scenarios being deployed using cloud models and traditional IT services being migrated to cloud service alternatives, the data centre continues to play a vital role.
According to the Cisco Global Cloud Index, global data centre traffic is projected to triple from 2014 to 2019, while cloud traffic within data centres is expected to quadruple during that period. What’s more, the surge in cloud activity has driven a symbiotic relationship between the cloud and the data centre, forcing innovation within the data centre sphere across compute, storage and networking.
One thing is for certain, the rapid adoption of on-demand and cloud services has seen businesses migrate their applications and data from on-site servers to dedicated data centres. Central to a successful datacentre strategy is ready and reliable access to those crucial applications and data -a reliable, high-performing network that can deal with the increased flow of data. Have you prepared for yours?
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