Here’s some reasons why...
More than 60% of enterprises
expect that at least half of their
infrastructure will be cloud-based.
Wireless devices will account for
61% of network traffic.
Managed services opportunity
will be worth $256 billion.
The cloud-managed WLAN infrastructure
market has grown by 38.8% since 2013
Cloud computing 'as a service' has more
than doubled in value since 2016 to $44bn
Penetration of SaaS versus traditional
software deployment will be over 25%
The need for speed is vital and cloud adoption will drive better business outcomes - faster.
By adopting the cloud you can centralise your resource to manage your IT services increasing your efficiency and reducing your costs.
Network engineers adopted cloud managed networking for the following reasons:
Manage your networks through a single centralised
platform supported by 99.9% uptime.
Nebula will grow alongside your business with a SAAS model and use zero-touch deployment and provisioning to get up and running.
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Cloud-managed wireless: Why network engineers love it; Search Networking, Tech- Target As WLANs grow, so does the need for wireless networks; Search Networking, TechTarget, 2015 Vanson Bourne report: The Business Impact of the Cloud
11 Advantages of Cloud Computing and How Your Business Can Benefit; Skyhigh The Risky Business of Outdated Technology; Abacus Next In-depth: Have resellers been helped in cloud transition?; MicroScope 10 Must-watch IaaS cloud trends for 2017; Network World PaaS market set to reach $14 billion by 2017, IDC says; InfoWorld Roundup of Cloud Computing Forecasts and Market Estimates, Forbes, 2016