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From security to data management and beyond, the cloud is changing how businesses operate. Check out the most insightful and impactful findings from the study in each of your cloud priority areas.
First-generation cloud computing has provided countless organizations with critical speed, scalability, and cost benefits. But it often lacks the necessary automation and intelligent systems customers need to thrive today and tomorrow.
That’s why an increasing number of business leaders have their sights set on the next generation of cloud computing enabling AI-driven automation, sophisticated data analysis, advanced security, and so much more.
In our global research study conducted by Longitude, Cloud 2020: Cloud Accelerates with Urgency, you’ll discover unique insights from 1,150 senior executives. Many of these leaders have moved their mission-critical workloads to the cloud and are making cloud native a priority for their organization to stay competitive. They understand the benefits of second-generation cloud and recognize autonomous technologies as a game changer for their organization.
The survey data was also analyzed by industry sector, and we have produced five specific reports. Find out what your peers think about the cloud, its challenges and its benefits with respect to the sectors they work in.
There are many ways to approach a migration to the cloud—reflecting a wide range of business goals and starting points. The report highlights six key areas that organizations can prioritize when considering their cloud strategy. We have created briefs for each area, which go into a deeper dive than the key report. Find out more below.
Discover how more than 70 percent of cloud-mature businesses are reaping benefits from migrating workloads to the cloud.Download: Move Workloads
Find out why 730 of your peers develop and test apps in the cloud to improve business innovation and competitiveness.Download: Develop and Deploy Applications
72 percent of cloud-mature businesses cite enriched functionality in their apps; discover other benefits reported for connecting apps in the cloud.Download: Connect and extend applications
Learn how your peers have improved analytics using cloud; accessing information faster is one of the prime motivators.Download: Analytics and insights
In the next 3 years, 9 out of 10 companies say they will manage and store their data in the cloud. Find out why in this brief.Download: Modernize data management
Cloud-mature companies often highly rate their security capabilities. Learn how cloud benefits security and management.Download: Secure and Manage Hybrid Cloud
The analysis in this study is based on a survey of 1,150 senior executives, which was carried out on behalf of Oracle by Longitude, a Financial Times company, between January and March 2020.
The respondents came from 19 countries: Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, Italy, India, Japan, Korea, Netherlands, Mexico, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Singapore, Switzerland, the United Arab Emirates, the United Kingdom, and the United States. Most of the respondents are from large organizations, with 78 percent in firms earning annual revenue of US$1 billion or more and the rest in firms earning between US$500 million and US$1 billion. 14 sectors are represented, the largest groups are banking, financial services and insurance (BFSI), industrials and chemicals, real estate and construction, hospitality and leisure, professional services, and energy, mining and utilities, each of which contributes 10 percent.