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Frost & Sullivan: Australia's Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) market to reach $380 million by 2017

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Frost & Sullivan: Australia's InfrastructureFrost & Sullivan: Australia's Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) market to reach $380 million by 2017 PR Newswire SYDNEY, Dec. 5, 2013 -- Key benefits driving IaaS adoption: reduced CapEx, better scalability of IT resources, independence, lower risk and mobility Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) is growing rapidly as organisations gain more confidence in the reliability and security of the cloud delivery model and realise the benefits of outsourcing their IT infrastructure such as storage, servers and networking components to specialist vendors who provide access to these resources over the cloud on an as-needed basis. IaaS can be used to host a variety of systems including corporate applications, websites and virtual data centres. The benefits IaaS offers include significantly reduced capital expenditure (CapEx), quicker and easier scalability of IT resources, location independence and lower risks of system failure associated with on-premise resources.

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Frost & Sullivan: Australia's Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) market to reach $380 million by 2017

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-- Key benefits driving IaaS adoption: reduced CapEx, better scalability of IT resources, independence, lower risk and mobility

Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) is growing rapidly as organisations gain more confidence in the reliability and security of the cloud delivery model and realise the benefits of outsourcing their IT infrastructure such as storage, servers and networking components to specialist vendors who provide access to these resources over the cloud on an as-needed basis.