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EzeCastle looks at which investment firms use clouds and how in new survey

Wednesday, July 11, 2012
Opalesque Industry Update - How many of your investment firm peers are utilizing cloud services? Are they relying on public or private clouds? Do they have any concerns about cloud computing?

EzeCaslte recently conducted a survey to answer these questions and more. The survey, Cloud Adoption Trends within the Investment Management Industry, details the responses of 125 senior-level executives at hedge funds and investment firms across the U.S. in regards to their cloud computing decisions.

The 18-page report includes details on:

  • Current & Future Adoption of Cloud Services
  • Investment Firms' First Cloud Initiatives
  • Cloud Deployment Models (Public vs. Private vs. Hybrid)
  • Factors Influencing the Decision to Use the Cloud
  • Barriers to Cloud Adoption
  • Evaluation of Cloud Services Providers
The report can be accessed here: Source

Eze Castle Integration www.eci.com

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