What's Ahead for Infrastructure in 2018
In IT, we hear all the time about the rise of the cloud. The way some vendors and industry pundits talk, you'd think all organizations are jumping to public cloud services and doing away with their on-premises infrastructure. Not so fast.
According to the Interop ITX and InformationWeek 2018 State of Infrastructure study, IT infrastructure is alive and well. In fact, many organizations are focused on expanding their on-premises capabilities in the upcoming year. They're investing in data center, storage, and networking technologies to keep up with soaring data demands and to advance their digital initiatives.
For details on how enterprises are planning to expand their infrastructure, check out this snapshot of our survey's top findings:
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