451 Research’s most recent Voice of the Enterprise: Digital Pulse survey provides insight into the decisions, challenges and considerations related to workload/application deployment and best execution venues (BEVs). Organizations must balance the imperatives of business growth and IT modernization against the mundane reality of day-to-day operations that ‘keep the lights on.’ As IT organizations strive to address both transformation and maintenance objectives, workload placement decisions stand out as a particularly acute challenge. Public cloud is certainly a big part of the mix here, but it’s not the whole story.
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