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Current Environment and Future Outlook for Cloud Computing

Kable Market Research
Published Date » 2014-07-29
No. Of Pages » 48
   
 “Current environment and future outlook for cloud computing” is a new report by Kable that globally analyzes usage status, preferred types, key drivers, and major challenges associated with cloud computing, apart from identifying cloud computing services which are currently used and planned for implementation over the next 12 months. This report also examines the annual procurement budget allocation for cloud computing and highlights projected cloud computing budget patterns for 2014–2015 across industries. 
   
  Key Findings  
   
 
 
 Flexibility in terms of IT capacity and increased connectivity within organizations are driving the usage of cloud computing 
 SaaS is the most used cloud computing type within organizations  
 The highest percentage...
Table of Contents

  • Methodology and sample size
  • Level of cloud computing presence in organizations
  • Key factors influencing cloud computing implementation
  • Types of cloud computing currently deployed within your organization
  • Currently employed cloud computing services
  • Cloud computing services intended to be introduced over the next 12 months
  • Annual procurement budget allocation for cloud computing
  • Expected cloud computing budget spending pattern for 2014–2015
  • Key barriers for implementing cloud computing services
  • Appendix

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