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The State of Cloud Analytics 2016

The Cloud Strategies That Dominated 2016 – by EMA, Informatica, and Deloitte

With advancements in technology, organizations looking at analytics can now choose between on-premise or cloud-based solutions – or a combination of both – based on the flexibility of solution providers.

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Consequently, as organizations’ analytics projects expand and as big data becomes a central factor for data storage, the ability to store, process, and access information in diverse ways becomes more important.

In this year’s The State of Cloud Analytics report from EMA, Deloitte, and Informatica, this is readily apparent among respondents whose cloud strategies are being driven by a clear need to address information complexities and provide broader delivery options.

Download the report and read its key findings, including:

  • 82.1 percent of respondents state that analytics are very important to their business strategy.
  • Cloud is a key part of the analytics strategy of 70.1 percent of respondents.
  • Security and compliance (40 percent) and integration and migration (34.6 percent) are the top obstacles to implementing cloud.
  • 83.1 percent of respondents currently have mobile analytics implementations.