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CXO Expectations Still Clouded on Virtualization

June 13, 2011 No Comments

Enterprise-level business and IT executives and decision-makers may now have a greater understanding of the benefits of private and hybrid cloud computing environments, but a new study has found that there is still a large gap between expectations and the reality of what cloud computing and virtualization offer.

Symantec’s “2011 Virtualization and Journey to the Cloud Survey” surveyed 3,700 executives and decision-makers from 35 countries about their perspectives on the adoption and deployment of private and hybrid clouds, as well as virtualized technologies. Symantec found there are different approaches being taken with cloud computing, but perhaps the most troubling finding of the survey is the gap between the expectations of what cloud delivers and what, in reality, it actually provides.

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