'Pandemic removed any reluctance to move to cloud' - Gartner on public cloud growth

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Gartner analysis indicates pandemic has generated more interest in cloud services

Worldwide spending on public cloud services is forecast to grow by a further 23.1 per cent in 2021, according to new research. Forecasts from Gartner predict that end-user spending on cloud serv...

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