IBM made waves when it recently spent $34 billion — the largest-ever purchase price for a business software company — to purchase cloud provider Red Hat. Amazon, Microsoft, and Google have historically been the big three in the cloud, but the entrance of IBM promises to shake the market. Further, the acquisition is a significant indicator that the cloud is undoubtedly the future of enterprise IT.
Consider the fact that 73 percent of companies have already begun using cloud technology and 17 percent more will join within 12 months, according to research from IDG. This leaves only 10 percent of companies not using the cloud. As inevitable as this evolution seems, it’s important to see cloud migration as more than just a trend. It is, instead, a transformational improvement over what came before it.
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