Infrastructure & cloud computing

Cloud computing is taking the IT industry by storm, however, many organisations remain uncertain as to how on-demand infrastructure fits into their server, storage and network capacity planning. The Telsyte Infrastructure & Cloud Computing Market Study explores the advances in on-premises data centre, server, storage and network infrastructure and how these services can be augmented and replaced with cloud services provided on-demand by third-party infrastructure hosting companies.

Coverage areas include:

  • What is driving the uptake of cloud computing among Australian enterprises?
  • How organisations use private data centres
  • What drives CIOs to use third-party hosting services – managed or cloud
  • Server virtualization use and how organisations managing virtual servers
  • What customers see as the main cloud benefits and risks
  • Uptake of private clouds and how much organisations are spending on them
  • The uptake and intentions of CIOs for cloud networking (NaaS)
  • How organisations manage multiple cloud providers
  • Policies organisations have for sending data outside of Australia
  • How will the move to cloud impact in-house IT staff?

The Telsyte Infrastructure & Cloud Computing Market Study is for:

  • Cloud infrastructure vendor strategy and marketing professionals
  • Business IT leaders delivering strategy presentations
  • On-premises vendor marketing directors requiring content for cloud amplification
  • Market insight professionals performing market intelligence
  • PR and marketing professionals looking to maximise their clients’ exposure

The study is produced by Telsyte using primary and secondary research:

  • Telsyte’s ICT decision maker survey of 245 senior IT executive respondents
  • Financial reports released by vendors and cloud service providers
  • Interviews conducted with executives from operators, equipment vendors and software partners

In addition, Telsyte analysts conduct ongoing desk and media secondary research to monitor developments across vendors and geographies.