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Head in the Clouds? Where Cloud is Headed & How to Stay Ahead

Company: Oracle Czech s.r.o.

Heading into 2018, it would seem that public cloud has the spotlight. However, studies are indicating that it may not stay that way for long. Private and hybrid cloud computing markets have been climbing lately and will only increase further into 2018. There’s data to back up these prediction: Research firm IDC estimates that traditional data centers this year accounted for 62% of IT infrastructure spending, with 23% of the market going to public cloud and 15% going to private cloud. By 2020, data centers will drop to account for 50% of the market with public cloud at just under a third of the market and private cloud capturing 20%. 

Translation: Data centers are becoming far less important and public and private cloud are both growing to becoming more important.

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