Hybrid is the new normal

Although cloud adoption is widespread, most businesses find they need a mixture of technologies with some data held on-premise, some in private cloud and some in the big, public cloud services. For Sungard AS, this hybrid strategy is natural

27th November, 2016
Hybrid is the new normal

‘From our perspective, we think things are very much about hybrid.” So said Keith O’Leary of Sungard Availability Services. But what is driving adoption of hybrid cloud solutions? O’Leary said that business need comes first.

“I think it’s a range of factors,” he said. “Having a cloud-first approach is a very sensible thing, but the reality is that once you go through a readiness programme – and look at...

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