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Cloud computing is fundamentally altering business processes and changing the way organizations interact with customers, partners, and employees. Yet for all the enthusiasm, many companies lack a clear strategy for migration to the cloud and cannot measure their progress. This briefing paper, built on a national survey of 350 business and technology executives, explores how far along companies are in migrating to the cloud—and the challenges they face along the way.
This short piece, based on our survey and interviews with business and technology executives across the US, looks at the areas where companies are seeing the most value from cloud—and how they are measuring success.
The third piece in a series based on our survey and interviews with business and technology executives across the US, looks at companies’ concerns over cloud security, and what they are looking for in a cloud provider.
This short piece, the final in our series of think pieces based on our national survey and interviews with executives across the US, takes a closer look at the behaviors of cloud leaders—and at the benefits they are seeing as a result of their cloud efforts.