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CLOUD COMPUTING - UK - AUGUST 2019

Published By :

Mintel

Published Date : Aug 2019

Category :

ICT

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Cloud computing is a fast growing market. The corporate need to keep pace with the latest technology combined with the advantages it offers at times of economic disruption mean that the market is potentially even benefitting from the uncertainties caused by Brexit.

Table of Contents

OVERVIEW
What you need to know
Covered in this Report
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
The market
Strong revenue growth
Figure 1: The cloud computing market, 2015-19
All revenue streams growing
Figure 2: cloud computing revenue streams, 2015-19 (£ billion)
Increasing number of companies adopting
Figure 3: Cloud services penetration, by company size, 2017
Growth in every industry sector
Figure 4: Proportion of businesses buying cloud computing services, by end-use industry, 2017
Changing focus of attention
Figure 5: Leading cloud initiatives, 2019
Strong potential
Figure 6: Forecast cloud computing market, 2020-24
Still issues to address
Figure 7: Cloud challenges by company size, 2019
Companies and brands
Highly competitive sector
Figure 8: Worldwide cloud infrastructure spending, 2018 ($ billion)
What we think
ISSUES AND INSIGHTS
Why is the UK at the forefront of the European market?
The facts
The implications
The data sovereignty issue
The facts
The implications
THE MARKET – WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
The UK one of the European leaders in cloud adoption
Rapid growth
Changing emphasis
Multi and hybrid clouds
MARKET SIZE
Growing market penetration
Figure 9: Cloud services penetration, by company size, 2017
Strong growth in revenues
Figure 10: The cloud computing market, 2015-19
All revenue streams growing
Figure 11: cloud computing revenue streams, 2015-19 (£ billion)
MARKET SEGMENTATION BY APPLICATION
Overview
Figure 12: Proportion of businesses buying cloud computing services, by application, 2017
Figure 13: Proportion of businesses buying cloud computing services, 2013-17
Email
Figure 14: Proportion of businesses buying cloud computing services for email, 2013-17
Office software
Figure 15: Proportion of businesses buying cloud computing services for office software, 2013-17
Hosting of business’ databases
Figure 16: Proportion of businesses buying cloud computing services for business’ databases, 2013-17
Storage of files
Figure 17: Proportion of businesses buying cloud computing services for file storage, 2013-17
Finance/accounting applications
Figure 18: Proportion of businesses buying cloud computing services for finance/accounting applications, 2013-17
CRM software
Figure 19: Proportion of businesses buying cloud computing services for CRM software applications, 2013-17
Computing capacity to run own software
Figure 20: Proportion of businesses buying cloud computing services for computing capacity to run their own software, 2013-17
MARKET SEGMENTATION BY END-USE INDUSTRY
Overview
Figure 21: Proportion of businesses buying cloud computing services, by end-use industry, 2017
Manufacturing
Figure 22: Proportion of businesses buying cloud computing services in the manufacturing sector, 2013-17
Figure 23: Proportion of businesses buying cloud computing services in the manufacturing sector, by application, 2017
Utilities
Figure 24: Proportion of businesses buying cloud computing services in the utilities sector, 2013-17
Figure 25: Proportion of businesses buying cloud computing services in the manufacturing sector, by application, 2017
Construction
Figure 26: Proportion of businesses buying cloud computing services in the construction sector, 2013-17
Figure 27: Proportion of businesses buying cloud computing services in the construction sector, by application, 2017
Wholesale
Figure 28: Proportion of businesses buying cloud computing services in the wholesale sector, 2013-17
Figure 29: Proportion of businesses buying cloud computing services in the wholesale sector, by application, 2017
Retail
Figure 30: Proportion of businesses buying cloud computing services in the retail sector, 2013-17
Figure 31: Proportion of businesses buying cloud computing services in the retail sector, by application, 2017
Transport & storage
Figure 32: Proportion of businesses buying cloud computing services in the transport & storage sector, 2013-17
Figure 33: Proportion of businesses buying cloud computing services in the transport and storage sector, by application, 2017
Accommodation & food service
Figure 34: Proportion of businesses buying cloud computing services in the accommodation & food service sector, 2013-17
Figure 35: Proportion of businesses buying cloud computing services in the accommodation & food service sector, by application, 2017
Information & communications
Figure 36: Proportion of businesses buying cloud computing services in the information & communications sector, 2013-17
Figure 37: Proportion of businesses buying cloud computing services in the accommodation & food service sector, by application, 2017
Other services
Figure 38: Proportion of businesses buying cloud computing services in the other services sector, 2013-17
Figure 39: Proportion of businesses buying cloud computing services in the other services sector, by application, 2017
MARKET FORECAST
The driving forces
Figure 40: Leading cloud initiatives, 2019
The worldwide perspective
Figure 41: Worldwide public cloud service revenue forecast, 2018-22 ($ billion)
The UK prospects for growth
Figure 42: Forecast cloud computing market, 2020-24
THE IMPACT OF THE ECONOMY
GDP
Figure 43: Quarterly GDP development, Q1 2015-Q2 2019
Figure 44: GDP quarterly development, by sector, 2004-19
Figure 45: Forecast GDP development, 2019-23
MARKET TRENDS
Introduction
Figure 46: Cloud challenges by company size, 2019
Serverless
The hybrid and multi cloud development
Figure 47: Enterprise cloud strategy, 2019
Figure 48: SME cloud strategy, 2019
Service mesh
The maturing of managed containers
Figure 49: Container tools used, 2018 and 2019
Managed security
Edge computing changing with IOT
AI becoming mainstream
The change in attitude to open source
Application networks
MARKET DRIVERS
Internet access and usage
Figure 50: Worldwide internet usage, by region 2010-19 (millions and %)
Figure 51: Proportion of businesses with internet access in the UK, by size of company, 2013-17 (%)
Broadband – An important component
Figure 52: Proportion of businesses with Internet access and type of connection, by number of employees, 2013-17 (%)
Figure 53: Proportion of businesses by maximum contracted internet connection speed, by number of employees, 2013-17 (%)
Websites
Figure 54: Proportion of companies operating a website, by size of company, 2017
COMPANIES AND BRANDS – WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
An international sector
More fragmented than it seems
Margin and capability development
INDUSTRY STRUCTURE
Investment requirements create stability
Figure 55: Changes in the structure of the data processing, hosting and related activities industry, 2014-18
Figure 56: Worldwide cloud infrastructure spending, 2018 ($ billion)
COMPETITIVE STRATEGIES
Differentiating to command margin
The multi-cloud issue
The hybrid cloud issue
The colocation issue
Gathering clouds
Route to market changes
COMPANY PROFILES
Amazon Web Services
Activity
Performance
Figure 57: Quarterly revenues of Amazon Web Services, 2014-19
Figure 58: Financial performance of Amazon Web Services UK, 2014-17 (£ 000)
Strategy
Microsoft Azure
Activity
Performance
Figure 59: Quarterly commercial cloud revenues of Microsoft, 2015-19
Strategy
Google Cloud
Activity
Performance
Strategy
Alibaba Cloud
Activity
Performance
Figure 60: Quarterly cloud and total revenues of Alibaba, 2016-19
Strategy
IBM Cloud
Activity
Performance
Figure 61: Quarterly revenues of IBM, 2014-19
Strategy
APPENDIX – DATA SOURCES, ABBREVIATIONS AND SUPPORTING INFORMATION
Abbreviations
Methodology

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