Three of Four Cloud Purchasers Agree: Insights from TBR’s Public Cloud Adoption Study
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Cloud computing capabilities are growing increasingly complex, but cloud implementation remains a simple, fast solution for companies that wish to increase capacity and speed access to data and ...
Cloud computing capabilities are growing increasingly complex, but cloud implementation remains a simple, fast solution for companies that wish to increase capacity and speed access to data and applications. Infrastructure as a service (IaaS), platform as a service (PaaS), and software as a service (SaaS) have different use cases, benefits and buyers - and cloud adoption rates of these three offerings are similiarly varied. In TBR’s new Cloud Computing Adoption report, we reveal results derived from interviews with approximately 1,500 users, including questions such as:
• Who is adopting cloud?
• What types of cloud services are being adopted?
• What are the barriers to cloud adoption?
On Feb. 15 as Stuart Williams, Director of the TBR Software Practice, answered the questions above and provided additional insights gained from this research on adoption, budgets, purchase intention and potential objections.
Questions addressed included:
• How big is the opportunity for public cloud services?
• How likely are customers to buy cloud services in coming months?
• What are the most important criteria, and how much are customers willing to pay to meet them?
• Who are the top vendors in PaaS, IaaS and SaaS?
• What do customers expect from a solution?
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