North American enterprise network spending focuses on the cloud says Infonetics survey

Respondents to a recent survey of North American enterprise network operators indicate that support of cloud services will drive their spending this year. Interest in the cloud will help support significant growth in North American enterprise and data center network investment in 2014, according to the market research firm’s “2014 Network Equipment Spending and Vendor Leadership: North American Enterprise Survey” report.


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