One myth that’s generally held about the cloud is that enterprise-grade solutions like high availability failover and multi-site redundancy are still constrained to large enterprise customers.
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) June 07, 2017
Steadfast, an IT infrastructure solutions company, today announced that it has published a new report, “Myths and the Future of the Cloud: An Expert Panel Survey”, that captures insights on the current and future state of “the cloud” from a diverse group of industry experts.
Asked about the future of the cloud, cloud myths regularly encountered, and key infrastructure issue facing businesses today, panelists expressed varied opinions. But, a common thread was that cloud users need help making the most of their infrastructure, whether that help comes in the form of managed security, disaster recovery and business continuity services, or simply guidance about the best infrastructure for their need.
On Cloud Myths that Need to be Cleared Up
“One myth that’s generally held about the cloud is that enterprise-grade solutions like high availability failover and multi-site redundancy are still constrained to large enterprise customers. Recent advances in hypervisor technologies make technologies once available only to large corporations available to SMB customers at a reasonable cost” – Ed Dryer, Senior Technology Strategist, Steadfast
On the Next Big Cloud Platform
“I think the biggest cloud trend I see making more traction is Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS), more and more companies are seeing the value in business continuity and realize it is worth the monthly cost to never be down.” – Jess Bryar, Cloud Director, Sandler Partners
On Why Businesses Should Let Providers Manage Their Cloud
“All too often in-house IT teams don’t have the expertise or capability to manage a company’s cloud computing needs, and there’s really no reason to hire full time personnel to fill that void when the option of working with an MSP exists.” – Shelly Kramer, CEO, V3 Broadsuite
A full copy of “Myths and the Future of the Cloud: An Expert Panel Survey”, is available for download on the Steadfast website at: http://www.steadfast.net/cloudpanel.
Steadfast specializes in flexible cloud environments, infrastructure hosting, and a full suite of reliable managed services and security. Complemented by expert consultation at all stages of design and deployment to maintenance and expansion planning, Steadfast delivers high-quality, cost-effective IT infrastructure solutions, personalized to customer needs.