3 Ways Multi-Cloud Means Multi-Attack Vectors

March 28, 2018

Cloud adoption is on a steady upward march. It's not uncommon to hear that laggard organizations, even those that are highly regulated and historically slow to adopt new tech, are leveraging SaaS applications or a private cloud. But one thing that has surprised some pundits: As digital transformation pushes CIOs forward, your customers are not moving workflows to a single massive public cloud. They're hedging, spreading workloads across several cloud environments. RightScale's latest State of the Cloud Survey reports that 85 percent of enterprises currently use a multicloud strategy. As to the mix, IDC predicts that public cloud will account for almost 32 percent of all IT infrastructure spending in 2020, while private cloud will represent a little less than 20 percent.

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