|By Mike Kavis||
|August 1, 2014 07:30 PM EDT||
Some companies are still hanging on to the belief that they can manage their own data centers better than the various cloud providers out there.
This state of denial should all but go away when the influx of petabyte scale data becomes a reality for enterprises. Enterprises are going to have to ask themselves, “Do we want to be in the infrastructure business?” because that is what it will take to provide the appropriate amount of bandwidth, disk storage, and compute power to keep up with the demand for data ingestion, storage, and real-time analytics that will serve the business needs.
If there ever was a use case for the cloud, the IoT and Big Data is it.
Check out my latest post on Forbes that discusses Big Data strategies for tackling the IoT.