Organisations in Australia say that more than 76% of their IT infrastructure will be operating in the public cloud over the next five years, an increase from almost 45% currently - but security concerns are slated as restricting public cloud adoption, according to a new study.
The use of cloud applications has grown extensively over the past 12 months, with Salesforce and Slack increasing by 55% and 44%, respectively, according to new research which also reveals a “significant” gap between the adoption of cloud-based tools and cloud security technologies, increasing the risk of potential data breaches.
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Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company (NYSE: HPE), today announced Aruba Instant On, a new family of powerful and secure wireless solutions designed to address the current and future needs of small businesses with capacity for growth.
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