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+ - Fortune 1000 Cos Still Saying No To Public Cloud->

Submitted by Lucas123
Lucas123 (935744) writes "While large enterprises may be fine with SaaS and even infrastructure as a service, when it comes to using the cloud for storing any type of data, it's out of the question, according to a survey of 247 Fortune 1000 IT managers by TheInfoPro. Fewer than one in 10 said they had any plans to store even the lowest tier of archive data, such as e-mails. They 'said we're just not giving our data out to somebody else. Performance still comes up in the commentary, as well. The problem is when you need the data back...there isn't a high level of confidence that they can do that through an external system,' said Marco Coulter, TheInfoPro's research director."
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