IT managers of organisations are concerned about unauthorized access to the data and not get enough profit.

The cloud, at an enterprise level, has its advantages and its drawbacks. For example, the public cloud offers benefits in terms of cost reduction, but it brings some concerns for the organizations as is the security.

Precisely security and another problem added, which has to do with payment systems, are positioned as the greatest obstacle in the adoption of the public cloud. As indicated by the consultant beServices, which collects and provides a series of data with respect to the cloud computing. The majority of IT managers (64 %) would not be placing one or more workloads in the cloud because of fear that unauthorized access to the information.

on the other hand, 1 out of every 4 of these directors is concerned about not getting enough profit. “The public cloud under the formula of pay-per-use can mean a total cost of ownership higher than that of a data center equipped”, comment from beServices.

“Because it”, follows the consulting firm, “possibly the most appropriate solution for companies is to maintain a combination of the TI hybrid. In this way, it is possible to achieve an appropriate adjustment of workloads in their data centers, private and virtual servers, thus achieving a saving in costs, and greater control and security to protect your data”.