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Jan 2017 - Technology Segment - Doc # CEMA42201916

Central and Eastern Europe Cloud Services Market 2016–2020 Forecast and 2015 Vendor Shares

Author: Petr Zajonc
Program Manager, Services, CEE

Abstract

This IDC study presents a comprehensive view of the cloud services market in CEE. It includes market sizing for public and private cloud delivery models. It contains quantitative data from 2015, market forecasts for 2016–2020, and summarizes the major issues and impacts of cloud services on the IT industry as a whole. It also presents end-user views.

The study answers the following questions:

  • What is the current market value in CEE of the cloud delivery of IT?
  • What are IDC's forecasts for spending on cloud services in CEE? What are the assumptions behind IDC's forecasts? What impact have these assumptions had on IDC's market forecasts?
  • What are the concerns and preferences of CEE end users regarding the delivery of services via cloud?
  • What are the latest developments and trends in cloud delivery, and how will the IT industry in CEE be transformed by the emergence of cloud computing?

"The number of cloud services offerings available on the market is growing rapidly. Local cloud services providers are struggling to compete with international players. The only area in which local providers have a competitive advantage is the provision of infrastructure as a service, where the physical data location plays a key role for a significant number of European end-user companies." — Senior Research Analyst Petr Zajonc, IDC CEMA

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