CLOUD COMPUTING - UK - AUGUST 2018

CLOUD COMPUTING - UK - AUGUST 2018

Aug 2018 Mintel Cloud ComputingN/A Price :
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Digital technologies are disrupting entire industries and customer expectations, and cloud computing has become a key ingredient in enabling companies to cope with this change. Market growth is dynamic, offering constant cost-effective and scalable access to the latest technology for clients and recurring revenues for suppliers. The battle for worldwide market share is intense and very different strategies are being adopted by global industry giants. At the same time, local facilities are the second most important purchasing consideration for the client base.

Table of contents
OVERVIEW
What you need to know
Covered in this Report
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
The market
Strong growth
Figure 1: The cloud computing market 2014-18
Market penetration
Figure 2: Estimated adoption of cloud computing, by function, 2017
Is Brexit actually a market stimulus?
Much to gain
Growth across the board
Figure 3: Cloud computing revenue streams, 2014-18
‘Cloud everything’ – Still a long way off
Will it be public, private or a hybrid?
Figure 4: Cloud strategy among enterprises, 2018
Figure 5: Cloud strategy among SMEs, 2018
Companies and brands
The worldwide leaders
Figure 6: The global cloud leaders, by cloud revenue, 2017
It is much more fragmented than that
What we think
ISSUES AND INSIGHTS
Better to have the cloud in the UK
The facts
The implications
Is the cloud safe?
The facts
The implications
THE MARKET – WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
When will there be a ‘cloud first’ mentality?
Will Brexit have any effect?
Why is ICT equipment expenditure rising?
MARKET SIZE
Dynamic growth
Figure 7: The cloud computing market 2014-18
All revenue streams in strong growth
Figure 8: Cloud computing revenue streams, 2014-18
MARKET SEGMENTATION
Applications of cloud computing
Figure 9: Proportion of businesses buying cloud computing services, by application, 2015
Figure 10: Estimated adoption of cloud computing, by function, 2017
Figure 11: Two year growth in cloud computing services penetration, by application, 2015
Size of company
Figure 12: Proportion of companies buying cloud computing services, by number of employees, 2015
MARKET SEGMENTATION – MANUFACTURING
Figure 13: Proportion of manufacturing businesses buying cloud computing services, by application, 2015
Figure 14: Two year growth rates in cloud computing applications penetration in the manufacturing sector, 2015
MARKET SEGMENTATION – UTILITIES
Figure 15: Proportion of utilities businesses buying cloud computing services, by application, 2015
Figure 16: Two-year growth rates in cloud computing applications penetration in the utilities sector, 2015
MARKET SEGMENTATION – CONSTRUCTION
Figure 17: Proportion of construction businesses buying cloud computing services, by application, 2015
Figure 18: Two-year growth rates in cloud computing applications penetration in the construction sector, 2015
MARKET SEGMENTATION – WHOLESALE
Figure 19: Proportion of wholesalers buying cloud computing services, by application, 2015
Figure 20: Two-year growth rates in cloud computing applications penetration in the wholesale sector, 2015
MARKET SEGMENTATION – RETAIL
Figure 21: Proportion of retailers buying cloud computing services, by application, 2015
Figure 22: Two-year growth rates in cloud computing applications penetration in the retail sector, 2015
MARKET SEGMENTATION – TRANSPORT & STORAGE
Figure 23: Proportion of transport & storage companies buying cloud computing services, by application, 2015
Figure 24: Two-year growth rates in cloud computing applications penetration in the transport & storage sector, 2015
MARKET SEGMENTATION – ACCOMMODATION AND FOOD SERVICE
Figure 25: Proportion of accommodation and food service companies buying cloud computing services, by application, 2015
Figure 26: Two-year growth rates in cloud computing applications penetration in the accommodation and food service sector, 2015
MARKET SEGMENTATION – INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION
Figure 27: Proportion of information and communication companies buying cloud computing services, by application, 2015
Figure 28: Two-year growth rates in cloud computing applications penetration in the information and communication sector, 2015
MARKET SEGMENTATION – OTHER SERVICES
Figure 29: Proportion of other services companies buying cloud computing services, by application, 2015
Figure 30: Two-year growth rates in cloud computing applications penetration in the other services sector, 2015
MARKET FORECAST
Growth to continue
Figure 31: Forecast cloud computing market, 2019-23
The cloud model is different in enterprises and SMEs
Figure 32: Cloud strategy among enterprises, 2018
Figure 33: Cloud strategy among SMEs, 2018
Workloads differ too
Figure 34: Workload on the cloud by size of company, 2018
THE IMPACT OF THE ECONOMY
Cloud affecting all areas of the economy
Figure 35: UK GDP quarterly development, by sector, 2004-18
Figure 36: Forecast GDP development, 2017-22
MARKET TRENDS
A change in the IT model
Figure 37: ICT equipment expenditure, 2010-17
Strong growth in SaaS, PaaS and Iaas globally
Cloud storage cost and capacity changes
First people, then things, and ultimately everything
Security
Hybrid cloud solutions
Challenges change by company size
Figure 38: Cloud challenges by company size, 2018
MARKET DRIVERS
Stimulators and inhibitors
Figure 39: Cloud adoption by decision drivers, 2017
Internet access and usage
Figure 40: Worldwide internet usage, BY region 2010-17 (Millions and %)
Figure 41: Proportion of businesses with internet access in the UK, by size of company, 2012-16 (%)
It’s all about speed
Figure 42: Proportion of businesses with internet access and type of connection, by number of employees, 2012-16 (%)
Figure 43: Proportion of businesses by maximum contracted internet connection speed, by number of employees, 2012-16 (%)
Websites
Figure 44: Proportion of companies operating a website, by size of company, 2016
COMPANIES AND BRANDS – WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
It’s fiercely competitive
Will the hybrid cloud be the end game?
INDUSTRY STRUCTURE
Investment requirements create stability
Figure 45: Changes in the structure of the data processing, hosting and related activities industry, 2013-17
COMPETITIVE STRATEGIES
The hybrid model
The Microsoft target
Better, cheaper and easier
The AWS model
A surprisingly late entrant
The Google model
A sector right for consolidation
It’s not all about the technology giants
COMPANY PROFILES
The global giants
Figure 46: The global cloud leaders, by cloud revenue, 2017
APPENDIX – DATA SOURCES, ABBREVIATIONS AND SUPPORTING INFORMATION
Abbreviations
Methodology

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