29 November, 2023 – Nutanix (NASDAQ: NTNX), a leader in hybrid multicloud computing, today released the Nutanix State of Enterprise AI Report, a global research study providing insights into Enterprise decision-making around AI. The report provides a holistic view into how enterprises are approaching AI technology strategy and adoption, as well as how future plans will affect IT spending and budgeting.
“In just one year, Generative
Artificial Intelligence (genAI) has completely upended the worldview of how technology will
influence our lives and Enterprises are racing to understand how it can benefit their
businesses,” said Sammy Zoghlami, SVP EMEA at Nutanix. “While most
organisations are in the early stages of
evaluating the opportunity, the State of Enterprise AI report confirms
that most consider it a priority. More importantly, the survey uncovered an
important theme among enterprises adopting AI solutions: a growing requirement
for data governance and data mobility across data centre, cloud, and edge
infrastructure environments making it even more important for organisations to
adopt a platform to run all apps and data across clouds.”
Key findings for EMEA include:
- EMEA organisations plan to embrace AI solutions but are slowed by a generative AI skills-gap. 90% of EMEA respondents said that AI is a priority to their organisation. Today, the top two AI solutions deployed by EMEA organisations include virtual assistants/customer support bots, as well as a mix of generative AI solutions. However, when it comes to AI solution implementation, EMEA respondents indicate they lack generative AI and prompt engineering skills, and they also require more data scientists and data science skills to support their initiatives.
The report is based on a global
research study conducted by Vanson Bourne, on behalf of Nutanix, surveying 650
IT, DevOps, and Platform Engineering decision makers between July and
September, 2023. The respondent base spanned multiple industries, business
sizes, and the following geographies: the Americas; Europe, Middle East, and
Africa (EMEA); and the Asia-Pacific-Japan (APJ) region.
To learn more, read the full
Nutanix State of Enterprise AI Report here.
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