When your organization has to build infrastructure, you need to build it on AWS
Posted On July 20, 2021
A new report from the Infographic Security firm shows how big companies, especially those with large data centers, need to prepare for a massive influx of IT infrastructure into their data centers.
The InfographicSecurity report analyzes the history of infrastructure in the US and the trends it’s seen over the past decade, and it’s the first one to look at the role of infrastructure within IT infrastructure, specifically cloud computing.
The infographic, which you can read in its entirety here, shows a chart showing how infrastructure has changed in the past five years.
The top three industries that have seen the most infrastructure change over the last five years have been: cloud computing, medical imaging and healthcare IT.
The data shows that companies that are growing their IT operations are also doing the most.
The report shows that, on average, large companies have invested $2,724 more in infrastructure in 2016 than they did five years ago.
The most dramatic change is in healthcare IT, where the data shows more than $8,400 more was invested in infrastructure last year than five years prior.
Cloud computing, meanwhile, saw the largest increase, with an average increase of more than 30 percent.
The biggest changes are the biggest for IT infrastructure in health care, where a big portion of the data center was moved to AWS in 2016.
Healthcare IT investments in 2016 were almost $2.5 billion.
That figure jumps to more than one billion dollars for 2016, but it’s not enough to make up for the loss of data centers in health and wellness IT, as the chart shows.
In the cloud, healthcare IT is also seeing its biggest shift over the years.
It’s the largest sector of infrastructure, and this data shows it’s an area where healthcare IT infrastructure investment is growing.
Healthcare data centers are an increasing concern for data center operators as they try to build out new infrastructure.
The report shows how healthcare IT has grown over the previous five years, but there’s a lot more work to be done.
The average investment in healthcare infrastructure in 2018 was $2 million, and that figure jumped to more $4.5 million in 2019.
The next highest figure is $2 billion, and by 2020 it’s expected to reach $5.2 billion.
This is because healthcare IT grew by $3.6 billion, which equates to an average investment of $4,300 per data center.
Healthcare IT investment also increased significantly over the next five years in the healthcare IT industry.
That is because health IT has increased in size and scope, and as of 2018, healthcare data centers were growing by nearly 500 percent.
This report shows some of the changes that have happened to healthcare IT in the last 10 years, which shows that the need for healthcare IT investment is only going to grow.
The InfographicSec report also shows that there is still an urgent need for more healthcare IT and the data is clear that healthcare IT will continue to grow over the coming years.