Two-fifths of all business data will be stored in public cloud environments by 2018, according to one software vendor.
Talend, which specialises in business intelligence and data integration, polled a total of 100 IT managers and directors at medium-sized to large organisations.
On average, respondents expected that 40 per cent of their data will be stored in the public cloud within two to three years – an increase on 27 per cent today.
One reason for this is the growing adoption of cloud-based business intelligence solutions, Talend said. Some 40 per cent of respondents rated this type of big data deployment as likely to be “very important” to their organisation over the specified timeframe.
According to the company’s chief marketing officer Ashley Stirrup, the survey results “reinforce the changes we are seeing in the market”.
“The move to cloud applications and analytics is happening across virtually every vertical and requires integration solutions that can run anywhere across a hybrid environment,” he commented.
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