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36 Percent of IT Pros Say Loss of Data in the Cloud Would be Catastrophic


A recent CTERA survey of 400 IT decision makers and IT specialists found that 36 percent of respondents said the loss of data in the cloud would be more catastrophic than their data center crashing, and 14 percent said it would cost them their jobs.

At the same time, 67 percent of respondents deploy more than 25 percent of their applications in the cloud, and 37 percent plan to grow their cloud use by 25 percent or more.

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