As Cloud Market Matures, Regional Views Diverge - Results from the 2019 Global Cloud User Survey

As Cloud Market Matures, Regional Views Diverge - Results from the 2019 Global Cloud User Survey

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17-May-2019
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Research Code: 9B0F-00-70-00-00
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The cloud market continues to grow. Frost & Sullivan expects global Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) market revenues to increase by 27% compound annual growth rate through 2023. Globally, businesses of every industry and size are deploying more workloads in the cloud.

However, the journey to the cloud looks different across world regions. Adoption rates vary across regions, as do the drivers and constraints that affect cloud adoption.

In this report—the first in a series based on data from the 2019 Frost & Sullivan Global Cloud User Survey—we present perceptions, drivers, and restraints cited by IT decision-makers as they move forward with their cloud strategies. The information will be of interest to providers of cloud services, software, network, and development tools, for whom an understanding of regional perceptions can shape product offerings and marketing messages.

Table of Contents

Introduction

About the Frost & Sullivan Global Cloud User Survey

Cloud Infrastructure Services Adoption across Regions

Cloud Mindset: Businesses Perceive Cloud as a Strategic Necessity

Cloud Drivers Comprise Strategic and Tactical Goals

Security Concerns Top List of Cloud Constraints

Stratecast - The Last Word

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About Frost & Sullivan

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The cloud market continues to grow. Frost & Sullivan expects global Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) market revenues to increase by 27% compound annual growth rate through 2023. Globally, businesses of every industry and size are deploying more workloads in the cloud. However, the journey to the cloud looks different across world regions. Adoption rates vary across regions, as do the drivers and constraints that affect cloud adoption. In this report—the first in a series based on data from the 2019 Frost & Sullivan Global Cloud User Survey—we present perceptions, drivers, and restraints cited by IT decision-makers as they move forward with their cloud strategies. The information will be of interest to providers of cloud services, software, network, and development tools, for whom an understanding of regional perceptions can shape product offerings and marketing messages.
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Author Lynda Stadtmueller
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