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Survey: Cloud Crossing the Chasm; as IT and Business Benefits Push Momentum

Enterprise cloud may be crossing the chasm. A recent survey from SAP found cloud adoption is practically unanimous, with 99 percent of respondents saying cloud is now a part of their strategy. IDN looks at cloud-driven benefits for IT -- and business.

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Study: 75% of Execs Call Hybrid Cloud Adoption a ‘Focus Area’

New signs that hybrid clouds are moving from vision to reality for enterprise and mid-sized companies. An astounding 75% of C-level execs say hybrid clouds are a “focus area” during 2015, according to a survey by Avanade, a managed service provider.  IDN looks at the survey.

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Surveys: Enterprises To Leverage Mobile Knowhow To Build, Connect, Secure IoT

A pair of recent studies finds a growing convergence between skills and techniques to build, connect and secure mobile apps and those for Internet of Things projects. IDN looks at surveys from Infonetics Research and from Embarcadero Technologies.

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Evans Data Survey Uncovers Developer Trends for Mobility, IoT for 2015

Advances across the mobile ecosystem are making it faster, easier and more lucrative for app developers. A just-released survey by Evans Data Corp. looks at developer activity. The survey also found technologies for Internet of Things ‘won the year.’  IDN speaks with Evan Data’s director of research Michael Rasalan.

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Survey: NaviSite Finds Cloud Services Continue Enterprise Growth -- But Security Remains a Big Concern

Although more enterprises continue to move data and workloads to the cloud, almost all IT decision-makers remain concerned about data security and compliance policies to keep data safe, according to a recent survey.  These concerns surface when IT evaluates both in-house and vendor options, according to the results, published by NaviSite Inc.

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Survey: CA Finds API Security, Usability Taking Center Stage

As APIs capture the attention and imagination of more devs, a survey of API professionals finds security and usability now rank as top areas of focus. The survey, from CA Technologies’ Layer 7, polled approximately 180 API enterprise stakeholders, from front-line devs to IT architects. IDN speaks with CA execs. 

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Survey: Cloud, Mobile Convergence Shows Big Revenues; Spending Also Strong for Data, Analytics, Security

The mobile and cloud markets are converging to fuel faster growth than expected, according to a survey of 100 U.S.-based technology executives conducted by KPMG. In fact, execs also said they expect strong spending will also continue for data, analytics and security.

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Survey: Cloud Adoption Outpacing Network Security, Compliance

As security experts meet this week at the RSA annual conference, a survey finds that even as cloud use continues to rise, adoption of effective cloud security and compliance solutions need to catch up. 

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Survey: Jaspersoft Finds Big Data Confidence, Production Deployments on the Rise in 2014

A just-released survey from Jaspersoft shows devs and IT are becoming more confidence surrounding big data projects. The survey found respondents in 2014 better understanding how to best use technologies as well as what analytics use cases can deliver business value. IDN speaks with Jaspersoft director of product marketing Mike Boyarski.

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O’Reilly Strata Survey Looks a Salaries for Big Data Devs

A recent survey by O'Reilly found devs who are versed in open source or commercial big data tools and languages can make a pretty penny. Devs can expect to earn up to $150,000 annually – the biggest earners are those who can work with multiple “‘open” tools. IDN speaks with O’Reilly survey co-author John King.

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Survey: Enterprises Identify Top ‘Must Haves’ for Big Data

A survey by 1010data finds enterprises believe big data could deliver business benefits, but it may take up to five years to get there.  See what the survey says about why companies are hesitant to make big data investments today, and what vendors should do to improve their offerings.

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Report: Private Cloud Market To Soar To $69 Billion by 2018, TBR Says

In the next five years, private cloud-related revenues will hit $69 billion, according to a new report from Technology Business Research Inc. TBR’s Private Cloud Customer Report is based on surveys with 650 cloud users worldwide.

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