This IDC study presents a comprehensive overview of the cloud services market in Central and Eastern Europe. The study contains market sizing for both public and private cloud delivery models, and offers a further breakdown of public cloud-related revenue by operational management on the one side, and professional services associated with cloud on the other. The study contains quantitative data from 2014 and five-year market forecasts (2015–2019), summarizes the major issues and impacts of cloud services on the IT industry as a whole, and presents end-user views.
The study also answers the following questions:
- What is the current market value in Central and Eastern Europe connected with the cloud delivery of technology?
- What are IDC's forecasts for spending on cloud services in Central and Eastern Europe? What are the assumptions behind IDC's forecasts? What impact have these assumptions had on IDC's market forecasts?
- What do end users in Central and Eastern Europe say about their concerns and preferences regarding the delivery of services via cloud?
- What are the latest developments and trends in cloud delivery, and how will the IT industry in Central and Eastern Europe change due to the emergence of cloud computing?
"The monetary impact of cloud computing on the CEE IT industry is still marginal, although it is increasing, mainly due to the growing popularity of cloud's soft benefits and the rollouts of international contracts. The strongest inhibitor is the fact that the CIOs of potential customer organizations, who are responsible for their organization's data, cannot shift their responsibility to the services provider." — Senior Research Analyst Petr Zajonc, IDC CEMA
Analytic applications, Content applications, Customer relationship management applications, Engineering applications, Enterprise resource management applications, Infrastructure as a service, Operations and manufacturing applications, Platform as a service, Public cloud services, Software as a service, Supply chain management applications