Iran Cloud Computing Market—Macro Outlook and Technology Trends, 2017

Iranian ICT market trends spin around topics such as internet speed, internet censorship and security

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Iran is a promising market for the implementation of Cloud. The market has opened up for international players and the hardware market has been gaining traction since 2016. The infrastructure and telecom markets have become the prime area of investments. From the challenges point of view, enterprises lack skill and awareness about the cloud market and its applications. The existing IT landscape in Iran mostly comprises traditional on-premise data centres owned by enterprises.

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Iran Cloud Computing Market—Macro Outlook and Technology Trends, 2017Frost & Sullivan AdvisoryThe cloud services market in developed economies is in the growth phase, while emerging markets are playing catch upIran is an emerging market, but there are number of additional barriers that slow the growth of cloudCxOs need to evaluate Iran’s nationwide ICT development and their entry strategy to penetrate the marketScope & LimitationsScope & LimitationsRegional Brief: MENAThe MENA Cloud market is mainly driven by the GCC, but looking forward big growth potential is hidden in IranMarket Outlook: IranIranian ICT market trends spin around topics such as internet speed, internet censorship and securityEnterprises prefer to have their data hosted within the country – lack of clear legal laws causes uncertaintyPresent market scenario of Iranian cloud market is relatively nascent, as cloud is a new subject in IranCloud is mostly driven by the need to save on costs as infrastructure is relatively expensive to acquirePrivate cloud dominates the Iranian Cloud market with IaaS representing 65% of total cloud market in 2016Private IaaS has the maximum market traction due to poor infrastructure availability and CAPEX savingsHybrid cloud, as well as private cloud, is only offered by local players and most of the clients are large corporatesPublic cloud adoption is restrained by the lack of the required internet speed and the security concernsEnterprises consider displacing non-core applications in the cloud; SaaS, will drive the growth/adoptionWorkloads that enterprises traditionally place “off-site” are expected to be considered for IaaS by top adoptersOther verticals are at different stages of adoption with a reasonably optimistic outlook towards implementationThe retail sector is the most advanced sector that has adopted cloud due to mobile and social media dataIranian cloud market is dominated by local cloud providers who operate using/reselling global productsThe top 4 participants in Iran control 68% of the cloud market, with Afranet as the market leaderEnd-user snapshot revealed that just a few respondents would explore cloud when setting up a new businessEmail, CRM, web and email security are the most popular workloads that are deployed in the cloudThe Industry going ForwardConnectivity & Convergence – MENA to be linked through 545 Million Connected Devices By 2020Iran does offer a great potential for cloud, but there are macro and micro challenges that have to be addressedKey success factors should be factored into the plan for each vertical due to different levels of vertical developmentThe future is in the cloud, but lack of awareness and absence of economies of scale for service providers in Iran is a challengeThe evolution of XaaS will drive the market due to CAPEX elimination, but Iran still has a long way to goAnnexure: Our ServicesMaximize Opportunities from existing products and markets; systematically explore new products, markets, including Inorganic OpportunitiesOur Growth Consulting CanvasLegal Disclaimer


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