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Cloud Computing - UK - September 2015

Published By :

Mintel

Published Date : Sep 2015

Category :

Cloud Computing

No. of Pages : N/A

Companies that have a heritage of website hosting are cash rich, so acquisition activity is strong in cloud computing as they vie for market share and the skills and infrastructure to offer a range of services as the market moves from infancy towards full cloud adoption. At the same time, the potential range of services and end use requirements are encouraging a host of channel partnerships.

Table of Content

Executive Summary

The market
Figure 1: UK market for cloud computing, 2010-14 actual and 2015-19 forecast
Figure 2: Proportion of businesses buying cloud computing services in the UK compared with EU15, by type of service, 2014
Figure 3: Segmentation of cloud computing by type of service, 2014
Figure 4: Segmentation of cloud computing by type of company, 2014
Figure 5: Segmentation of cloud computing by SMEs, 2014
Figure 6: IT infrastructure and cloud use mixes, 2014
Market factors
Figure 7: Reported benefits of cloud adoption, 2015
Figure 8: Factors limiting the use of cloud computing, by industry sector, 2013
Companies
Figure 9: Analysis of the public cloud top 191 companies by activity, 2015
Figure 10: Analysis of the public cloud top 191 companies by software as a service activity, 2015
What we think

Key Issues

Is the cloud an inevitability?
How dependent on the wider economy is market growth?
So what is holding back the market?
So is the cloud now dominating IT Infrastructure?
How is the cloud industry evolving?

Introduction

Definitions
Methodology
Abbreviations
Market positioning and issues in the market

UK Economy

Overview
Figure 11: UK GDP quarterly development, 2003-15
Figure 12: UK GDP in economic downturns and recoveries since 1979
Inflation
Interest rates
House prices
Consumer spending
Manufacturing
Business investment
Figure 13: UK GFCF 2003-15
Imports
Exports

Market Factors

The major factors
Internet access and usage
Figure 14: Worldwide Internet usage, by region, 2010-14
Figure 15: Proportion of businesses with internet access, by size of company, 2009-13
Figure 16: Proportion of businesses with broadband, by size of company, 2009-13
Figure 17: Proportion of businesses by maximum contracted internet connection speed, by size of company, 2010-13
Security fears are not solely limiting usage
Figure 18: Factors limiting the use of cloud computing, by industry sector, 2013
Smaller companies more open to usage, but lack knowledge
Figure 19: Factors limiting the use of cloud computing, by size of company, 2013
Consumer awareness above average in the UK
Figure 20: Consumer awareness of cloud computing in the UK and EU, 2014
Figure 21: Factors limiting the use of cloud computing among consumers in the UK compared with EU15, by type of issue, 2014

Market Size and Trends

Key analysis
Market size
Figure 22: UK cloud computing market, 2010-14
Market penetration
Figure 23: Proportion of businesses buying cloud computing services in the UK compared with EU15, by type of service, 2014
Figure 24: Companies with hosted or cloud-based services in use, 2010-15
Figure 25: Proportion of manufacturing businesses buying cloud computing services, by type of service, 2013
Figure 26: Proportion of utilities businesses buying cloud computing services, by type of service, 2013
Figure 27: Proportion of construction businesses buying cloud computing services, by type of service, 2013
Figure 28: Proportion of wholesale businesses buying cloud computing services, by type of service, 2013
Figure 29: Proportion of retail businesses buying cloud computing services, by type of service, 2013
Figure 30: Proportion of transport and storage businesses buying cloud computing services, by type of service, 2013
Figure 31: Proportion of accommodation and food services businesses buying cloud computing services, by type of service, 2013
Figure 32: Proportion of information and communication businesses buying cloud computing services, by type of service, 2013
Figure 33: Proportion of other services businesses buying cloud computing services, by type of service, 2013
Figure 34: Proportion of businesses buying cloud computing services, by size of company, 2013
Figure 35: Proportion of businesses identifying their primary approach to IT, by application, 2015
Figure 36: Proportion of consumers using cloud computing services in the UK compared with EU 15, by type of activity, 2014

Market Segmentation

Key analysis
Market segmentation
By service
Figure 37: Segmentation of cloud computing by type of service, 2014
By end user market size
Figure 38: Segmentation of cloud computing by type of company, 2014
Figure 39: Segmentation of cloud computing by SMEs, 2013 and 2014
Figure 40: Segmentation of the G-cloud by type of customer, 2012-2015
Figure 41: Cumulative sales by company size to the G-cloud, 2012-2015
Figure 42: Segmentation of the G-cloud by type of service, 2012-2015

Market Trends

Key analysis
Market trends
An economic independent development
Figure 43: IT infrastructure and cloud use mixes, 2014

Industry Structure

Key analysis
Industry development
Figure 44: Analysis of the changes in the structure of the data processing, hosting and related activities industry, 2010-14
The clouds are gathering
Figure 45: Analysis of the public cloud top 191 companies by activity, 2015
Figure 46: Cloud-based Consulting M&A activity, 2010-14
Structure by employment
Figure 47: Analysis of the employment structure of the data processing, hosting and related activities industry (excluding computer games), 2013-14
Structure by turnover
Figure 48: Analysis of the financial structure of the data processing, hosting and related activities industry, 2013-14

Company Profiles

Adapt

Figure 49: Financial analysis of Adapt Group, 2008-11
Figure 50: Financial analysis of Adapt Holdco, 2012-14
Company strategy

Amazon Web Services UK

Figure 51: Financial analysis of Amazon Web Services UK, 2014
Company strategy

BT Group

Figure 52: Financial analysis of BT Group, 2011-15
Figure 53: Turnover analysis of BT Group, 2013-15
BT Global Services
Figure 54: Regional analysis of BT Global Services, 2015
Figure 55: Sector analysis of BT Global Services, 2015
BT Business
BT Consumer
BT Wholesale
Openreach
Company strategy

Commensus

Figure 56: Financial analysis of Commensus, 2010-14
Company strategy

Fasthosts Internet

Figure 57: Financial analysis of Fasthosts Internet, 2010-14
Company strategy

iomart Group

Figure 58: Financial analysis of iomart Group, 2011-15
Company strategy

Memset

Figure 59: Financial analysis of Memset, 2010-14
Company strategy

Nasstar

Figure 60: Financial analysis of Nasstar, 2010-14
Company strategy

Rackspace

Figure 61: Financial analysis of Rackspace, 2009-13
Company strategy

ThinkGrid/Colt Technology Services

ThinkGrid
Figure 62: Financial analysis of ThinkGrid, 2011-13
Colt Technology Services
Figure 63: Financial analysis of Colt Technology Services, 2010-14
Company strategy

UKFast

Figure 64: Financial analysis of UK Fast.Net, 2009-13
Company strategy

Vodafone

Figure 65: Financial Analysis of Vodafone Group, 2011-15
Enterprise service revenue.
Figure 66: Segmentation of enterprise service revenues at Vodafone Group, 2015
Company strategy

Forecast

Key analysis
The market
Figure 67: Forecast UK cloud computing market, 2015-19
Figure 68: Reported benefits of cloud adoption, 2014 and 2015
Figure 69: Forecast cloud market segmentation, 2019

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