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Private Cloud Vendors Hold Lion’s Share of Market


Third-party management of private cloud systems, which accounts for 70 percent of the current market, is expected to increase over the next two years, according to “Private Cloud Customer Research,” a report from Technology Business Research. And, according to the report, managed private cloud will dominate as concerns about hybrid integration, complexity and security induce companies to use a systems integrator or private cloud vendor to save time and reduce costs.

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Comments (1)
Given that 59% are still concerned about implementation security and several options lack skill there has to be demand for good end-to-end solutions. It is however important to note that private clouds, effectively the treasure trove of sensitive data isn't the first chest you want to give access to a vendor. Companies are still protective of that. Also, each private cloud vendor would try to 'sell' his set of proprietary tools and properties. It is vital for the IT and marketing heads to join forces and determine which is the vendor solution which best fits their need, even ask for customization rather than simply go for a package without enough value addition.
Posted by Eamon W | Tuesday, July 22 2014 at 4:17PM ET
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