85% of organisations lack the skills to manage cloud, finds survey
"A massive 85% of organisations feel they don't have the skills to manage cloud solutions within the business, research from Verizon and virtualisation firm Turbonomic has revealed.
The research, based on a survey of 1,821 global IT decision makers, also showed that 70% of organisations base multi-cloud investment decisions purely on cost, with only 51% feeling SLAs (service level agreements) or overall quality of service should be the driver.
Speaking about the results, Turbonomic CTO Charles Crouchman said it's important for enterprises to remember that ‘only solving one or two challenges is not enough’.
‘Organisations need to ensure they can overcome all the obstacles they face,’ he said.”
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