A recent Ovum survey investigated the storage needs and challenges of organizations in six Asia-Pacific countries as they move from on-premises to cloud computing.
- Digital organizations find data protection less of a challenge.
- Being a data visionary is clearly linked to increased business value.
- Data growth is underestimated as a challenge.
Features and Benefits
- Explains how priorities for data security and compliance differ by Asia-Pacific country.
- Reveals the major obstacles limiting adoption of cloud computing in Asia-Pacific.
Key questions answered
- How do data visionaries and data resisters differ in exploiting the value of cloud computing?
- What cloud adoption trends in Asia-Pacific can we expect in 2018 and beyond?
Table of contents
Digital organizations find data protection less of a challenge
Top-down corporate governance is used in Asia-Pacific to enforce compliance
Vendor lock-in is the second-order reality most organizations are struggling to overcome
Losing the ability to move data between cloud providers is the biggest obstacle to greater cloud adoption
Data growth is underestimated as a challenge
The future impact of data growth on the cost of cloud storage must be included in any business proposal
Reducing opex by rebalancing IT resources
Transforming IT capability should be the starting point for any digital transformation journey
Country-level differences exist
Data security concerns center on ransomware
Compliance is the top business requirement
The mixture of storage technologies is the number one IT challenge
Using data to discover new insights is the top objective for businesses
Understanding the key technology shifts needed to become a data visionary in 2018
Cloud native workloads are set to increase rapidly in 2018
AI and machine learning make analytics a core aspect of ensuring service continuity
Separating performance from capacity requires a new approach
About the survey