Cloud computing continues to evolve to meet the security, compliance, cost, and management needs of enterprises. We look at 100+ startups driving this evolution across 11 cloud segments.
In today’s digital world, the use of cloud computing is becoming increasingly prevalent across industries.
The $340B opportunity allows businesses a way to lower infrastructure costs, accelerate software deployment, and increase operational flexibility.
Wyndham Hotels & Resorts, for example, cut data center-related expenditures by 45% when it moved its applications to the cloud.
But while the drivers of cloud adoption are numerous, so too are the barriers. With remote data storage, for example, organizations could face data security and regulatory compliance concerns if they do not take the right steps to protect their data.