Business Strategy: Utilities and Cloud Computing - A View from Central and Eastern Europe
|Document Type||Business Strategy|
|Number of Pages||39|
|Number of Figures||19|
This IDC Energy Insights report reveals the major findings of a recent cloud computing survey. The survey sought to improve understanding of the nature of current cloud environments, preferences for delivery models (private, public, and hybrid), future plans for cloud deployments, workloads and business processes suitable for cloud, and preferences for specific cloud services (cloud software/software as a service, platform as a service, and infrastructure as a service). The results specifically focus on Central and Eastern European utilities providers and extrapolate findings for the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, and Russia.
"The cloud computing model goes well beyond prior online delivery approaches, making offerings dramatically easier and generally cheaper to consume. Central and Eastern European utilities realize the competitive advantages they could gain from leveraging the cloud. At the same time, they remain very conservative regarding its adoption, and the shares of their IT budgets dedicated to cloud computing remain small." – Senior Research Analyst Milan Kalal, IDC Energy Insights, CEMA
Application development and deployment, Applications, Customer relationship management applications, Disaster recovery, Disk-based data protection, Enterprise resource management applications, Infrastructure as a service, Platform as a service, Private cloud services, Public cloud services, Routers, Scalable hardware, Software, Software as a service, Storage
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