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When IaaS technology was first introduced to the market, cost-cutting was one of the core benefits promised. But how has it performed since then?
When IaaS technology was first introduced to the market, cost-cutting was one of the core benefits promised by businesses promoting it as a solution. But how has it performed over the past years?
Oracle ran a survey in July and August 2017, asking 1,600 senior IT professionals for their thoughts on IaaS, and if IaaS has delivered on the original benefits promised.
Spoiler alert! They see it as a source of real competitive advantage. The results indicate that IaaS deliveries efficiencies, drives growth and helps businesses achieve greater agility.
Read the full article here on the Oracle.com website, or download the (non-gated) PDF overview here.
IaaS early adopters report that they expect rivals without the technology struggle to compete
Increased productivity was the most commonly cited benefit of IaaS. Freeing staff from routine tasks not only cuts running costs, but also enables them to concentrate on higher-value activity.
IaaS makes it easier for organizations to innovate, and the longer businesses have used IaaS, the greater the benefit.
When it comes to security, businesses are discovering benefits in moving to IaaS.
For most IaaS adopters, the migration process proved no more challenging than any other server changeover. And, as automated migration tools improve, deployments are expected to become even smoother.
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