Cloud adoption lags down under

Mid-size firms in Australia are falling behind the rest of the world in cloud adoption, says Intel’s managing director in that country, Kate Burleigh. Speaking at a “Momentum for the Mid Market” event, Burleigh said that although smaller companies—those with revenues between $10 million and $250 million—are consuming a lot of technology, they are failing to innovate, which spells trouble for companies wanting to spur growth.

Kevin Ackhurst, Enterprise Google Australia’s managing director, stressed cloud adoption as a key factor in company growth and said companies need to rethink the way they invest in IT. As the nature of IT changes, the conversation needs to be less about budget and more about using technology to meet business needs.

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