SIOS Reveals Technology Predictions for 2021

Cassius Rhue, VP of Customer Experience, SIOS Technology, outlines the following seven major trends that guide these predictions:

Enterprises Will Migrate More Mission-Critical Applications, ERPs and Databases to Cloud – Concerns about the ability to meet 99.99% SLAs in the cloud have many companies slow to migrate their most essential applications, ERPs and databases to the cloud where SLAs only apply to hardware availability. More companies will look to implement sophisticated application-aware, high availability solutions to provide the same level of protection for applications and data as they get in traditional on-premises environments.

Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Will Drive Adoption of Hybrid Cloud and Multi Cloud Configurations – As Cloud adoption takes center stage, companies will begin using more hybrid and multi-cloud configurations to solve business continuity and disaster recovery challenges.

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