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Whitepaper: Why a public cloud-only approach is not the answer for all workloads

The most evolved IT leaders understand that moving their firm’s entire IT infrastructure to the public cloud deprives them of the ability to customize their strategy and adapt to the accelerated rate of business change. 

When it comes to optimizing your business IT, a public cloud-only approach can rob you of big benefits. New research from IDC shows that leading organizations have seen tangible results from running workloads using a hybrid model that combines cloud and on-premises infrastructure. These include:  

  • Up to 40% less unplanned downtime 
  • Up to 30% fewer application errors 
  • Up to 20% less staff time on routine IT tasks

 

Whitepaper: Why a public cloud-only approach is not the answer for all workloads

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