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European Data Centre Services Market

Growing Popularity of the Outsourcing Model Fuels Growth of Retail Colocation and Managed Hosting

  • Research Code : M9F1-01-00-00-00
  • SKU : IT00649-EU-MR_01801
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  • Release Date : 10-Feb-2014
  • Region : Europe
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The need to reduce IT costs and develop increased efficiency in IT management is causing European organisations to turn towards IT outsourcing models. Data centre services consisting of the retail colocation and managed hosting segments are increasingly being adopted by organisations to benefit from cost efficiencies and to focus internal IT resources on innovative projects. This research service leverages secondary and primary research to analyse the size of the total market in Europe and weighs the effects of drivers and restraints to forecast the growth of the retail colocation and managed hosting segments in the region. Using 2012 as the base year, this study forecasts for the years 20132018.
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