In its first forecast of the “whole cloud” opportunity, IDC estimates that worldwide whole cloud revenues will reach $554 billion in 2021, more than double those of 2016.
As it is well-known, the cloud market is dominated by large cloud service suppliers (CSP) such as Amazon, Google, and Azure.
Companies seem to be moving to public cloud in droves, as conventional wisdom would have us believe it’s more user-friendly, scalable, and affordable than private cloud.
The UK Brexit planning has started in earnest and companies and organizations are rightly looking at what leaving the European Union (EU) will mean to their operations and staff.
CBRE quarterly report into European colocation growth trends shows demand for London datacentre space is holding firm in the face of Brexit
Certain psychological schools of thought posit the existence of “the shadow,” a scary figure which lurks in the darkness of the psyche affecting everything we do.
Extreme weather, seismic events, and even rodents have compromised the physical security of cloud servers and other data center infrastructure.