Not Yet Business-Critical\nLess than half of IT organizations currently use on-demand resources for enterprise \n\napplications or infrastructure.\n \n\n \nCurrently using or implementing\nPlan to use in 1 to 5 years \nOn the radar\/\nresearching\nNo plans\n\n\nCollaboration tools\n50%\n15%\n18%\n18%\n\n\nEnterprise applications (e.g. CRM, ERP, BI)\n35%\n12%\n19%\n34%\n\n\nApplication platforms\/ development software\n34%\n9%\n27%\n31%\n\n\nUtilities (e.g. antivirus spam filters, desktop management)\n33%\n14%\n21%\n32%\n\n\nServers\n32%\n11%\n18%\n39%\n\n\nStorage\n31%\n16%\n22%\n30%\n\n\nNetworks\n27%\n12%\n17%\n45%\n\n\nPersonal productivity software \n23%\n13%\n22%\n43%\n\n\nBig Changes for IT Someday\nThere's potential for the cloud to transform IT. But technology and security must mature, \n\nfirst.\n \n\nCloud Computing... \nAgree\nDisagree \nNeither\/Not Sure\n\n\nWill cause a radical shift in IT\n58%\n24%\n18%\n\n\nWill take years to mature\n54%\n30%\n16%\n\n\nCurrent offerings are not appropriate for my \n\nbusiness\n36%\n44%\n20%\n\n\nVendors have not adequately addressed security concerns\n60%\n19%\n20%\n\nCIO.com visitors were invited to take the Cloud Computing Survey from \n\nAug. 18-31, 2008. Survey findings are based on 173 responses from IT and business \n\nprofessionals. The margin of error is +\/- 7.5%. Numbers may not equal 100% due to rounding.