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Moving Microsoft Windows Workloads to Public Cloud

Moving Microsoft Windows Workloads to Public Cloud

By 2018, the majority of enterprise workloads will be deployed to the cloud as organisations continue to increase the rate IaaS and SaaS adoption. A decreased management burden, increased scalability and reduced hardware costs have all helped to build the business case for cloud migration, with Microsoft applications recognising additional benefits in terms of security and performance. This 451 Research paper looks at the current state of cloud adoption amongst organisations and discusses the benefits migrating Microsoft workloads to the public cloud could have for your business.

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