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Cloud adoption on the rise, but organisations are at risk

New research a 'warning' for businesses not following policies for workloads in virtual environments

Cloudera ramps up innovation

Leading the way in data warehousing for Hybrid Cloud

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Virgin Atlantic takes off with Exponential-e

Providing networking, management, governance, security solutions, and cloud connectivity

Colt and INAP in global alliance

Partnering to provide Colocation services in each other’s DC footprint globally

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Case study

Seamless workflows

Object Matrix, along with reseller partner Tyrell, have delivered a Petabyte of media-focused private cloud storage to Irish broadcaster TV3

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CH Awards winners

Cloud Provider – Cloud Hosting Awards 2016

WINNER: 4D Data Centres

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Mobile Technology – Cloud Hosting Awards 2016

WINNER: Vectorworks Inc - Nomad 4 App

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Welcome to the September edition of the Cloud Hosting eNewsletter, which includes some thought-provoking research findings from Druva, suggesting that enterprise IT teams are increasingly moving toward virtualisation on public cloud, but at the same time a majority have inadequate strategies in place for data protection across those multi-cloud/hybrid cloud environments. The obvious risk here is that those organisations will simply end up with new data silos to manage - having effectively just moved their old information silo issues into the cloud. While 90% of respondents are running, or have plans to run, VMs in the cloud in 2018, 55% have no plan in place for centralised data protection.

“What we’re seeing from the results is that the momentum of cloud adoption continues to grow for virtualised workloads, but that journey isn’t without challenges,” said Dave Packer, VP of Products and Alliances, Druva. “The cloud forces organisations - and vendors - to be more disciplined in how they approach consumption of cloud resources.”

Hybrid cloud needs to be seen as an extension of on-premise infrastructure, and not as a panacea for data management ills.

David Tyler

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