The State of the Cloud: Europe

The State of the Cloud: Europe

The Quest for Competitiveness in Bleak Economic Conditions Fuels Cloud Migration and Modernization

RELEASE DATE
12-Mar-2024
REGION
Europe
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Market Research
Research Code: K9DA-01-00-00-00
SKU: IT_2024_618
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As the European economy continues to suffer, growth, competitiveness, and digital resilience are top of mind for enterprises in the region. Cloud and the Internet of Things remain the foundational technologies powering digital transformation in European enterprises.

Since 2010, Frost & Sullivan has conducted an annual survey of IT and business decision-makers to determine the state of cloud adoption, and the perceptions and considerations driving IT investments. Our goal is to understand respondents’ evolving organizational priorities and the extent to which cloud-related technologies enable their business objectives.

In the 12th annual survey of IT decision-makers responsible for cloud implementations, respondents representing a range of industries, company sizes, and countries in Europe share their perceptions, plans, and behaviors related to cloud infrastructure, choice of a public cloud provider, data growth, and managed services. The results gathered through this survey offer a comprehensive view of their decision-making processes. The data is derived from respondents operating in the United Kingdom, France, Germany, and Italy.

Author: Anisha Vinny

Table of Contents

Growth Environment

Key Findings

Research Objectives and Methodology

Research Objectives and Methodology (continued)

Respondent Profile

Strategic Priorities for European Businesses

Technologies Driving Digital Transformation

Evolving Landscape of Decision-makers

Challenges on Cloud Journeys

Infrastructure Adoption Patterns at the Heart of Europe’s Digital Transformation

On-premises and Public Cloud Adoption

Legacy Applications Continue to Migrate to the Cloud

Businesses Leverage Multiple Routes to Modernize Legacy Apps

Edge Computing Growth Set to Explode by 2025

Impressive Progress on Sustainability

Third-party Partnerships Will Grow through 2025

Digital Transformation Demands Driving Third-Party Engagements

Digital Transformation Demands Driving Third-Party Engagements (continued)

Benefits of Engaging a Managed Cloud Services Provider

Growth Opportunities Fuel the Growth Pipeline Engine™

Why is it Increasingly Difficult to Grow?

The Strategic Imperative 8™

List of Exhibits

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As the European economy continues to suffer, growth, competitiveness, and digital resilience are top of mind for enterprises in the region. Cloud and the Internet of Things remain the foundational technologies powering digital transformation in European enterprises. Since 2010, Frost & Sullivan has conducted an annual survey of IT and business decision-makers to determine the state of cloud adoption, and the perceptions and considerations driving IT investments. Our goal is to understand respondents evolving organizational priorities and the extent to which cloud-related technologies enable their business objectives. In the 12th annual survey of IT decision-makers responsible for cloud implementations, respondents representing a range of industries, company sizes, and countries in Europe share their perceptions, plans, and behaviors related to cloud infrastructure, choice of a public cloud provider, data growth, and managed services. The results gathered through this survey offer a comprehensive view of their decision-making processes. The data is derived from respondents operating in the United Kingdom, France, Germany, and Italy. Author: Anisha Vinny
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Deliverable Type Market Research
Author Anisha Vinny
Industries Information Technology
No Index No
Is Prebook No
Keyword 1 Cloud Industry Analysis
Keyword 2 Cloud Market Forecast Europe
Keyword 3 Cloud Industry Insights Europe
Podcast No
Predecessor K64B-01-00-00-00
WIP Number K9DA-01-00-00-00