Cloud storage: Interest, but little action now

What are your plans to adopt pay-per-use hosted storage from service providers such as Amazon Simple Storage Service, EMC Atmos, Nirvanix, Planet or AT&T?

Not interested: 43 percent
Interested, but no plans: 43 percent
Planning to implement in a year or more: 5 percent
Planning to implement in the next 12 months: 3 percent
Don’t know: 3 percent
Implemented, not expanding: 2 percent
Expanding/upgrading implementation: 1 percent

Source: Forrester Research, Enterprise And SMB Hardware Survey, North America And Europe, Q3 2009


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