Future of Cloud Computing Technologies in Enterprises in the United States and Europe

Future of Cloud Computing Technologies in Enterprises in the United States and Europe

Opportunities in the 5 Key Markets from a Customer Perspective

RELEASE DATE
18-Apr-2014
REGION
North America
Research Code: M9D0-01-00-00-00
SKU: TE00301-NA-CR_01784

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The overall research objective is to measure the current use and future decision making-behavior toward IT technologies, specifically cloud computing. More than half of US and European respondents currently using cloud technologies find cloud computing technologies to be highly effective, which indicates that exposure to these technologies can lead to greater adoption. Over the next 3 years, adoption of cloud technologies is likely to increase. Overall, European businesses allocate a larger percentage of their revenue to IT budgets compared to their US counterparts. Small businesses allocate the largest portion of their IT budget to customer care, medium businesses on mobile devices, and large businesses on network security.

Table of Contents

Research Objectives

Methodology

Methodology (continued)

Executive Summary

Perceived Effectiveness of Cloud Computing Technologies

Cloud Computing Technologies, Current and Future Usage

Currently Used Cloud Computing Technologies

Cloud Computing Technologies Planning to Use in the Future

Derived Cloud User Segmentation by Attitude

Profile of Cloud-reliant Companies

Profile of Cloud-lagging Companies

Percent of Enterprise Communication Solutions Moved to the Cloud—Now and in the Future

Current Percent of Enterprise Communication Solutions Moved to the Cloud by Region

Current Percent of Enterprise Communication Solutions Moved to the Cloud by Industry

Current Percent of Enterprise Communication Solutions Moved to the Cloud by Company Size

Current Percent of Enterprise Communication Solutions Moved to the Cloud by Attitude Segments

Most Prevalent Enterprise Communications Solutions Moved to the Cloud by Region

Least Prevalent Enterprise Communications Solutions Moved to the Cloud by Region

Most Prevalent Enterprise Communications Solutions Moved to the Cloud by Industry

Least Prevalent Enterprise Communications Solutions Moved to the Cloud by Industry

Most Prevalent Enterprise Communications Solutions Moved to the Cloud by Company Size

Least Prevalent Enterprise Communications Solutions Moved to the Cloud by Company Size

Enterprise Communications Solutions Moved to the Cloud by Attitude Segments

Plans to Move Enterprise Communications Solutions to the Cloud

Expected Percent of Enterprise Communication Solutions to be Moved to the Cloud by Region

Expected Percent of Enterprise Communication Solutions to be Moved to the Cloud by Industry

Expected Percent of Enterprise Communication Solutions to be Moved to the Cloud by Company Size

The Big Picture of IT Budgets

The Big Picture of IT Budgets (continued)

The Overall Impact of the Workforce on IT

The Overall Impact of the Workforce on IT (continued)

IT Challenge—Supporting New Business Needs is Driving Up Costs

Companies’ and Respondents’ Geographic Reach

Country of Residence and Years in IT

IT Decision Making Role and Job Title

Industries and Healthcare Segments Addressed

Healthcare Segments and Sub Segments Addressed

Industries and Government Segments Addressed

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The overall research objective is to measure the current use and future decision making-behavior toward IT technologies, specifically cloud computing. More than half of US and European respondents currently using cloud technologies find cloud computing technologies to be highly effective, which indicates that exposure to these technologies can lead to greater adoption. Over the next 3 years, adoption of cloud technologies is likely to increase. Overall, European businesses allocate a larger percentage of their revenue to IT budgets compared to their US counterparts. Small businesses allocate the largest portion of their IT budget to customer care, medium businesses on mobile devices, and large businesses on network security.
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Author Elka Popova
Industries Telecom
WIP Number M9D0-01-00-00-00
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