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Many Companies Plagued with Cloud Challenges and Failures

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A majority of the 400 organizations worldwide surveyed by Enterprise Management Associates reported experiencing challenges and failures with cloud services.

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I think that the vmware stats may be better because organisations using vmware in Cloud will have chosen that because they are already using vmware off Cloud. So they already have experience with the product and of course their stats would be better as the stats are largely measuring knowledge of the product. Some existing vmware off-cloud users may chose to use one of the other Cloud vendors, and non-vmware users may chose to use vmware in Cloud, but I would expect that there is a greater correlation of vmware off to vmware on Cloud, and non-vmware off to non-vmware on Cloud.
Posted by Rob G | Thursday, July 03 2014 at 9:19PM ET
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