The impact of cloud computing on data centers has been determined, according to Computacenter, a company that says cloud computing will penetrate every organization, regardless of whether their CIO is willing to accept it.
Http://www.aliyun.com/zixun/aggregation/32268.html > surveys show that 98.9% of businesses use at least one cloud computing service.
Data centers must constantly adapt to the competition caused by existing or potential business needs, and this is due to the rapid expansion of cloud computing and virtualization.
As the development of OTC devices is increasingly pressing enterprise data centers, IT departments must be able to ensure that local services meet current and future business needs, which means lower costs, greater flexibility, and higher availability.
Businesses need to find more appropriate and valuable solutions and strategies to make their data centers more forward-looking, adaptable and cost-effective.
Cloud computing is a key factor in changing an enterprise's internal consumption of it, including cost, flexibility, and agility. For most organizations, the challenge they face is to stay in control in the growing trend of it consumerism, BYOD. Cloud computing schemes achieve cost savings by dramatically increasing resource utilization, with most cloud service providers having more than 50% data center utilization, while most companies have less than 10% per cent of their own data centers.
The IDC study explains what the productivity of an enterprise will be if you don't use cloud computing:
90% of Enterprise Data center resources are idle;
98.9% of enterprises currently use at least one cloud service;
23% of businesses are already using a wide range of cloud services;
80% of employees use the consumer version of cloud services to fill the corporate it gap.(Author: Room 360 Editor: Xu Jinyang)