Between hype and rejection: 'cloud and multi-cloud usage in Germany': Arvato Systems.


New PAC Trend Analysis of The Cloud

Between hype and rejection: Cloud and multi-Cloud usage in Germany.

* A current trend analysis by PAC and Arvato Systems examines attitudes, benefits and challenges presented by cloud computing for companies in Germany

* Their findings will be published in the coming weeks as individual compact blog posts

IT specialist and multi-cloud service integrator, Arvato Systems, has commissioned the market analysis and consulting company Pierre Audoin Consultants (PAC) to carry out a trend analysis. The results of this analysis will be published over the course of 14 days as posts on the Arvato Systems Cloud blog with comments supplied by the analysts.

Cloud computing has long since progressed from being the predominant topic in information technology to being an important pillar of the economy as a whole. However, with more and more businesses adopting the concept of cloud computing, companies find themselves faced with a new challenge: having to master the potentially ever-increasing complexity that may result from using different cloud platforms.

With this in mind, Arvato Systems has commissioned the market analysis and consulting firm, Pierre Audoin Consultants (PAC), to carry out a telephone survey on usage, investment plans and attitudes around cloud computing and, in particular, the challenges that multi-cloud environments entail.

In June and July 2017, members of management, various departments and, of course, IT decision-makers at German companies were asked to analyze different perspectives regarding this issue. A total of 100 decision-makers from a wide range of industries and companies of various sizes participated in the trend analysis. At the center of this survey were energy, trade and media as well as health care and transportation & logistics, all of which are the focus of Arvato Systems' work. Because the study was primarily concerned with specific experiences and challenges, the survey was limited to...

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