Symantec surveyed several businesses to find out how they felt about cloud computing. The standard concerns about security were expressed. Still no concrete statistics on the difference between the threat exposure of in-house IT versus the threat exposure of public cloud IT. The concern about expertise surprises me, however, as managing a cloud environment is only slightly different than managing an enterprise data center. I have a hunch that it may be IT managers protecting their turf by claiming their guys don't have the expertise, but I may be off. So what's going cloud? Backups, security, and other non-business apps. No surprise there. Give it a few more years yet.
"While three out of four organizations have adopted or are currently adopting cloud services such as backup, storage and security, when it comes to the wholesale outsourcing of applications there is more talk than action, Symantec found. Concerns about security and a lack of expertise among IT staff are the main factors holding companies back, according to the survey of 5,300 organizations ..."
Cloud computing disappoints early adopters