How Surging Cloud Use is Making Connectivity a Differentiator for Data Centers


It’s safe to say that the global tech forecast is cloudy, and getting cloudier.

Consider this: According to the Cisco Global Cloud Index, global IP traffic will account for more than 92 percent of total data center traffic by 2020. In addition, cloud data center traffic for consumer and business applications will grow at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 30 percent over the next three years, and 68 percent of cloud workloads will be processed by public cloud data centers – a 49 percent increase from 2015.

This migration to cloud computing can largely be attributed to performance-driven enterprises’ growing use of cloud-based applications. In one recent study conducted by Skyhigh Networks that surveyed various IT decision-makers, 79 percent of respondents claimed that they receive regular requests from end-users each month to buy more cloud applications. Among these applications, communication and collaboration via video, file and content sharing, and social media topped the list of the most frequently requested capabilities. Click here to read more…

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