October 4, 2010 – Mid-sized companies plan to continue aggressive expansion into cloud computing in the coming year, as cost reductions and developing capabilities are expected to further entice the overall corporate marketplace, according to a new study.

About 64 percent of medium-sized business (annual revenues between $10 million and $99.9 million) stated they are already deeply involved in the cloud, according to respondents to a new survey from CompTIA, a non-profit IT trade association. That compared with 36 percent of small companies (less than $10 million in revenues) and 58 percent of larger firms ($100 million or more in revenue) responding to the study, entitled “Cloud Computing: Pulling Back the Curtain,” and compiled from a survey of more than 500 U.S.-based IT end-user customers.

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