98% of senior IT leaders have been affected by increasing cloud complexity in some capacity, relating to IT performance, cost optimisation and business growth
NetApp, the global data-centric software company, released the 2023 Cloud Complexity Report, a global survey exploring how technology decision-makers are navigating cloud requirements coming from digital transformation and AI initiatives, and the complexity of multi-cloud environments.
The report found that 98% of senior IT leaders have been affected by increasing cloud complexity in some capacity, relating to IT performance, cost optimisation and business growth.
The key findings from the report reveal that data complexity has reached a boiling point for companies globally, and tech executives are feeling the pressure to simplify to make it a business growth driver. This complexity is a result of both technical challenges like data mobility between clouds and organisational challenges like cost management, and the need for a clear cloud strategy.
In the next year, over a third (37%) of tech executives report that half or more of their cloud deployments will be supported by AI-driven applications, as per reported by YourStory.
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