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Enterprises embracing private, not public, clouds

Jennifer Kavur | Feb. 22, 2010
Eighty-three per cent of organizations gearing up for cloud computing are planning to start with private clouds, according to a recent survey from Platform Computing Corp.

"The internal cloud is a term being applied to a virtualized internal infrastructure and we know that most enterprises are well into server consolidation. They are using server virtualization and they are working towards managing their internal infrastructure more like a cloud," said Sloan.

"But how many would actually say we have an internal cloud or are willing to use that label right now? I don't know," he said. 

 

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