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Cloud in European Vertical Markets

Expected Evolution of Cloud Adoption in the Retail, Manufacturing, and Energy/Utilities Sectors

  • Research Code : M9D9-01-00-00-00
  • SKU : IT00641-EU-MR_01787
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  • Release Date : 24-Sep-2013
  • Region : Europe
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Globally, enterprises are moving their IT infrastructure to the cloud, aiming to benefit from advantages of scalability and cost. However, the rate of adoption of cloud is varied with some sectors quick to implement the cloud and others choosing a more gradual approach. In this study, Frost & Sullivan discusses the pace of cloud adoption in 3 sectors  retail, manufacturing, and energy  which exhibit different trends of cloud implementation. The study also highlights the challenges encountered by the energy, retail, and manufacturing verticals and how implementation of cloud can help improve overall efficiency.

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