The computing industry is changing in dramatic new ways at break-neck speeds. Whereas in years past computing capacity was a simple function of how much floorspace had been created that was filled with servers, networks and storage, today there are a wide range of platform choices - some that require no in-house floorspace. In-house data centers, co-location facilities and cloud-services are the three new buckets of capacity. That said, most organizations still house the majority of computing services in the most traditional way, via data centers that they own and operate. But make no mistake, there is a slow but steady shift to move greater workloads to co-location and cloud-based services.