To find why more companies are not migrating their work and applications to the cloud.
TechBeacon writes that enterprises have not yet migrated because it is perceived as expensive and painful. There is a perception that there are money-grabbing consultants who offer to help but charge extremely high fees to do so.
There are generational difficulties, as leading C-suite executives are usually of an age that they have decades of hardware experience but may not yet feel comfortable with IaaS. 49% of companies surveyed felt they lacked sufficient technical expertise to justify migrating.
The cloud is perceived as much more complicated that local infrastructure.
A more up to date article writes that security is a major concern creating a barrier to cloud migration. 61% of all companies cite this as their top reason.
80% of companies surveyed plan to move at least some applications to a public cloud sometime in the future.
49% of all applications for enterprise-level companies have already been adopted.