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batye
batye
7/1/2019 7:02:47 PM
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Re: no more datacenters ??
@DonBrowne  I could not agree more it gonna be interesting transition with lots of chalenges - the way it look to me... 

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batye
batye
7/1/2019 7:01:09 PM
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Re: not willing
@JohnDrake I would say you are right... but like everything in life --- there is always coin have to sides... and at the end how everything would be at the end... 

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JohnDrake
JohnDrake
6/30/2019 7:26:41 PM
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not willing
"Enterprises need to maintain security levels as they slowly transition from on-premises compute connected by virtual private networks (VPNs) to managed cloud services running over broadband"

I don't think it's going to happen, because enterprises are not willing to pay for it. Not going to happen. The levels are starting out pretty crummy.

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DonBrowne
DonBrowne
6/13/2019 10:12:09 AM
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Re: no more datacenters ??
Getting to that idea that ", 80% of enterprises will no longer have traditional data centers by 2025, compared with 10% in 2018," will be an interesting transition as capital costs get shifted dramatically and old services close and new services compete for customers.

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batye
batye
6/8/2019 12:02:38 AM
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Re: no more datacenters ??
@mhhf1ve  I think we gona see Win XP for few good years in North America as OS what could not die.... 

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mhhf1ve
mhhf1ve
6/7/2019 1:17:49 PM
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Re: no more datacenters ??
Data centers have certainly undergone quite a bit of transformation over the last decade, but a 80% shift in the next 5 years sounds like a huge change. But perhaps the definition of "traditional data center" is more fluid than I expected it would be.

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mhhf1ve
mhhf1ve
6/7/2019 12:50:51 PM
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Re: no more datacenters ??
Windows XP is still hanging on in a lot of places...

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batye
batye
6/7/2019 10:05:08 AM
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Re: no more datacenters ??
@mhhf1ve you never know as some Co. keep old technology and hold on to it for  life of it :) in my area I still see Ma&Pa shops still using Windows XP... :) 

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mhhf1ve
mhhf1ve
6/7/2019 9:15:56 AM
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Re: no more datacenters ??
I'm guessing that such a dramatic shift away from traditional data centers will happen more gradually than this prediction. Unless some leap in chip performance and cost makes these data centers truly obsolete....

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batye
batye
6/7/2019 2:50:20 AM
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Re: no more datacenters ??
@mhhf1ve  as technology changing it gonna be interesting to see how Co. try to change and drop old tecnology...

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