Cloud Computing in the European Banking Sector

Banks' Adoption of Cloud Will be Limited to Private Clouds


Cloud computing is one of the most discussed technologies in banking, because it enables financial institutions to avoid large capital expenditures and to become more flexible in a turbulent economic environment. However, the adoption of cloud computing in the European banking is still in its infancy. This research service, based on interviews with top vendors, analyses the future of cloud computing in the European banking sector. It also provides strategic recommendations to participants.

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Cloud computing is one of the most discussed technologies in banking, because it enables financial institutions to avoid large capital expenditures and to become more flexible in a turbulent economic environment. However, the adoption of cloud computing in the European banking is still in its infancy. This research service, based on interviews with top vendors, analyses the future of cloud computing in the European banking sector. It also provides strategic recommendations to participants.

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Cloud Computing in the European Banking SectorThe Role of Cloud Computing for European BanksThe Status of Cloud Computing Initiatives in European Banks




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