Help Net Security February 22, 2024
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42% of organizations surveyed in the US are considering or already have moved at least half of their cloud-based workloads back to on-premises infrastructures, a phenomenon known as cloud repatriation, according to Citrix.

The survey showed that 94% of respondents had been involved with a cloud repatriation project in the last three years.

The most common reasons for cloud repatriation projects

Unexpected security issues (41%) and high project expectations (29%) were reported as the top drivers for moving some cloud-based workloads back to on-premises infrastructures. Another major driver was the failure to meet or properly set internal expectations, accounting for 23%.

After reflecting on their experience, IT leaders found that the most common reasons for cloud repatriation projects were security...

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