Business and IT executives in the UK and the US (62 per cent) expect a higher adoption of Software-Defined Data Centres (SDDC) this year, but the projection for faster deployment is slightly higher in the UK (67 per cent), compared to the US (64 per cent). Those are the results of a new study conducted by security, compliance and control software company HyTrust, and co-sponsored by Intel. The study takes a look at the issues and trends among businesses migrating to the cloud and software-defined data centre. There are some sharp differences between businesses in the two countries, regarding SDDC, with 30 per cent of UK’s businesses expecting greater tangible benefits and return on investment (ROI), compared to 56 per cent in the US.
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