Cloud Journey Guide: Statistics & Scenarios Businesses Take to Increase Cloud Consumption

As the next decade begins to unfold, digital transformation conversations will pivot to the change experience—improving the move to the cloud and what it means for organizations as a whole, their network and data, as well as both employees and customers. We’re already seeing technologies such as AI and machine learning taking the lead by automating specific business functions and making strides to improve process and overall experiences.

As the cloud experience continues to improve, so too does cloud adoption. Spiceworks Public Cloud Trends Report estimates that 1 in 3 businesses plan to adopt serverless (cloud) computing or edge computing by the end of this year. Nearly all— an astonishing 94%— of enterprises already use at least one cloud service, and it is predicted that over 80% of enterprise workloads will live in the cloud by the end of 2020 (McKinsey & Company). New call-to-action

Cloud-first organizations—regardless of size— simply can’t rely on legacy networks alone. Networks need to be exceedingly redundant, have the ability to scale globally, and guarantee the highest levels of security. Both SMB’s and enterprise firms alike need to rethink their network architectures to support a cloud-first environment.

TBI’s new Cloud Journey Guide is here to help educate you on the numerous ways for partners to lead their customers into the next decade of digital transformation and enter into the cloud market. The guide will provide insights such as how SD-WAN supports a cloud-first environment. tips on designing enterprise network architectures for cloud, as well as discovery questions and market trends by vertical.