Global Enterprise Cloud Computing Market SurveyAn End-user Perspective

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Cloud computing is a growing market with increasing interest from enterprises that want to transition from legacy technology to the cloud. In considering cloud adoption, enterprises have different views regarding definitions for and types of cloud models, benefits arising from use of cloud services, and strategies for implementation. Conducted in collaboration with Fujitsu, this research service collates the results of surveys conducted across global regions and verticals to provide insight into end-user perspectives on cloud computing. The base year is 2012.

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Cloud computing is a growing market with increasing interest from enterprises that want to transition from legacy technology to the cloud. In considering cloud adoption, enterprises have different views regarding definitions for and types of cloud models, benefits arising from use of cloud services, and strategies for implementation. Conducted in collaboration with Fujitsu, this research service collates the results of surveys conducted across global regions and verticals to provide insight into end-user perspectives on cloud computing. The base year is 2012.

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