Cloud computing: Is IaaS living up to expectations?

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The infrastructure as a service (IaaS) market has been said to have grown by more than one third in 2019 alone, but is it living up to expectations?

16 October 2020

49% of organizations described themselves as reasonably satisfied, with only 21% claiming to be very satisfied. Source: Pixabay.

A survey conducted by Computing Research shows that 49% of organizations described themselves as reasonably satisfied with IaaS — only 21% claiming to be very satisfied
The two most disappointing aspects of IaaS are the lack of discovery of new markets and the impact on operating costs, with up to 44% saying their cloud infrastructure had ended up costing a little more than they expected overall, while 19% felt like they were overspending by a lot

2020 has been a tumultuous year for businesses and organizations scraping through to the end of Q4. However, big wins have been a common occurrence for cloud computing providers who are reaching new highs, as the adoption of cloud services continues across a wide range of organizations — both public and private.
For most organizations, transitioning to the cloud is the first step of their digital transformation journey and its a proven key to thriving in the digital world. The infrastructure as a service (IaaS) market in …

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