State of Cloud Computing Security in the UAE

IT Spending Habits and Future Outlook of Cloud Customers in the UAE

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This study provides an overview of the cloud security market in the UAE. Besides the cloud security market, it also assesses the cloud market in general. The study looks at the main challenges, drivers and restraints for this market. It estimates market size and growth rate and provides overviews of key market participants. The key strength of the study is the end-user survey conducted to portray the market stance and the demand for cloud security and overall cloud services.

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Executive SummaryKey TakeawaysKey Takeaways (continued)Executive Summary—Market Engineering MeasurementsExecutive Summary—CEO’s PerspectiveResearch Aim and ObjectivesAim and ObjectivesResearch ScopeResearch ScopeMarket OverviewMarket Overview—MethodologyMarket Overview—Cloud DefinitionMarket Overview—Cloud Definition (continued)Market Overview—Cloud Definition (continued)Market Overview—Cloud AdoptionMarket Overview—Cloud Security ManagementMarket Overview—Key Questions This Study Will AnswerRegulatory FrameworkRegulatory FrameworkRegulatory Framework (continued)External Challenges: Drivers and Restraints—Cloud Security MarketDrivers and RestraintsDrivers ExplainedDrivers Explained (continued)Drivers Explained (continued)Drivers Explained (continued)Restraints ExplainedRestraints Explained (continued)Restraints Explained (continued)Restraints Explained (continued)Cloud Security MarketCloud Security MarketCloud Security Market (continued)Market Engineering MeasurementsNetwork Security MarketCloud Security Market—Revenue ForecastCloud Security Market—Revenue Forecast DiscussionCompetitive EnvironmentCloud Security End UsersCloud Security End UsersCloud Security End Users (continued)Cloud Security Vendor LandscapeCloud Security Vendor LandscapeCloud Security Vendor Landscape (continued)Respondent ProfilesAbout the RespondentsAbout the Respondents (continued)Selection of Cloud Computing VendorPerception of Cloud ComputingPerception of Cloud ComputingPerception of Cloud Computing (continued)Perception of Cloud Computing (continued)Private Cloud Model is the Most Popular Cloud Delivery Model in the UAEAround 24.1 Percent of Business that Adopted the Cloud have been Using it for More than Two YearsSaaS is the Most Popular Cloud Delivery ModelEmail, CRM, Web, and Email Security are the Most Popular Workloads Deployed in the CloudBudgetingAround 31.0 Percent of Cloud Users Claim that their IT Budget Remained Unchanged Due to Cloud AdoptionOnly 6.9 Percent of Respondents Claimed that They Do Not Have a Budget Allocated for the CloudMost Respondents (46.2 Percent) Believe that their Cloud Budget for the Next Year will Remain UnchangedCompanies Yet to Adopt Cloud were More Sceptical About Increasing IT Spend for Cloud AdoptionCloud Users Claim that Cloud Adoption Resulted in Increased IT Budget on SecuritySome 40.0 Percent of All Respondents Believe that the IT Spend will Grow by 5 to More Than 10 Percent in Next Year The Vast Majority of Respondents that Adopted the Cloud Expect ROI in 12–24 MonthsCloud Adoption TrendsNon-sensitive Workloads Such as Email and Email Security are the Most Likely to Shift to Cloud Next YearSensitive Workloads such as ERP, HRM, Desktop, and HRM are Least Likely to Shift to Cloud in Next 3 YearsStorage, Desktop, and ERP were Identified as the Most Risk-exposed Workloads in the Cloud EnvironmentSecurityBusinesses in the UAE Believe that the Cloud Vendor and Cloud User are Equally Responsible for Cloud SecurityMost Respondents (52.3 Percent) Believe Cloud Security Risk Management will be Handled by Internal IT UnitsThe Main Risk in Cloud Delivery is the Perceived Exposure of Confidential Information and Susceptibility to Cyber AttacksCurrent Cloud Users are More Concerned About Malicious Insiders Than Respondents Not Familiar with the CloudThreats in Cloud Computing DiscussionThreats in the Cloud Environment Threats in the Cloud EnvironmentThreats in the Cloud Environment (continued)Threats in the Cloud Environment (continued)Threats in the Cloud Environment (continued)Threats in the Cloud Environment (continued)Threats in the Cloud Environment (continued)Cloud Vendor SelectionReliability & Performance, and Control & Trust were Highest Ranked Factors Affecting Choice of Cloud Service ProviderFactors Affecting the Choice of Cloud Service ProviderCloud Vendor Brand AwarenessTop-of-the-Mind Cloud VendorsTop-of-the-Mind Cloud Vendors (continued)Top-of-the-Mind Cloud Vendors (continued)Top-of-the-Mind Cloud Vendors (continued)ConclusionsKey TakeawaysKey Takeaways (continued)Key Takeaways (continued)Competitor Profiles of Selected Industry ParticipantsSymantecSymantec (continued)Trend MicroTrend Micro (continued)McAfeeMcAfee (continued)FortinetFortinet (continued)The Last WordThe Last Word—Three Big PredictionsLegal DisclaimerAppendixMarket Engineering MethodologyTable of Acronyms Used




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