Current Analysis Cloud Survey, 2012

10 January 2013


Which cloud services do you plan to use? Out of the 550 enterprises surveyed, respondents identified SaaS as the main cloud-based service they plan to use, followed by IaaS and PaaS. In terms of carrier strategies, wholesale cloud enablement strategies or service aggregator models are more geared to target SOHO and SMB segments. Direct cloud sales approaches are more typically in place to address the large enterprise and multinational...



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