The channel is ideally placed to deliver the intelligent future of cloud

Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) has vastly expanded in the past couple of years, Gartner reports an $11 billion increase in spending on cloud system infrastructure services in the past year alone.  While many end user organisations still perceive IaaS as a colossal move from what is considered a ‘traditional IT infrastructure setup’, Apay Obang-Oyway, Director Cloud and Software, UK&I at Ingram Micro, suggests that IaaS is central to realising the intelligent future of the cloud, and the channel is ideally placed to deliver it.












Hybrid IT insights

There is no better way to understand trends in any industry than by going directly to those leading the way in that space. With this in mind, Schneider Electric commissioned a new 451 Research study designed to shed light on hybrid IT environments at large enterprises from across the globe. This research was conducted through intensive, in-depth interviews with C-suite, data centre and IT executives and offers peer lessons and perspective into innovative deployment of technologies others in the industry can use to evaluate and manage their own hybrid landscapes.













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