A Morgan Stanley Blue Paper from last year “Cloud computing takes off” reports the cloud computing market is set to boom as cloud computing takes off.
Their global survey was carried out on 300 IT decision makers managers in the US, Europe and Asia-Pacific.
Among the 300 IT decision-makers interviewed, the percentage using the public cloud is expected to rise from 28% to 51% in three years, while the portion of their workload running in the cloud will
more than double, from 10% to 22%.
Morgan Stanley estimate that the number of servers shipping into public-cloud environments will grow at a 60% CAGR through 2013.
They quote that on-premise server growth moves downward. Survey respondents cited server hardware as the primary area of savings from the migration to cloud computing.
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