SA Data Centre and Cloud Services Market Forecast and Analysis
The study provides an understanding of the data centre and cloud computing markets in South Africa at a multi-dimensional and strategic level.
Objectives of the report
The research covers the following categories: Colocation, Managed hosting, Web hosting, and and the cloud service categories of Infrastructure as a service, Platform as a service, and Software as a service. The report includes drivers and inhibitors of the various areas. The report also takes a forward-looking view identifying significant trends shaping the market.
The report will be based on vendor surveys:
Interviews with leading players in the supply of hosting and cloud computing will be sought out and augmented by secondary research from various sources.
The taxonomy consists of two areas as shown below:
Infrastructure as a service
Cloud security (as an adjunct to some of the above categories)
Key questions answered
What is the local data centre capacity and utilisation?
Who are the key players in the various areas?
What is the adoption in the market of hosting and cloud computing?
What will the future market and industry structure look like?
The research will cover the following subjects:
- The significant global & local trends shaping the hosting & cloud computing services markets
- Market adoption in 2015
- Outlook for the next five years
- Report in PDF format
- Clients are also entitled to a presentation/workshop in Johannesburg (may be combined with other topics at BMI-T's discretion)
The study is led by Clinton Jacobs (Senior IT Sector Analyst). The BMI-T team has extensive sector experience in this field, having conducted multiple studies related to both IT services in South Africa and the nature of business customers and related IT markets and industry developments.
Deliverables and format
- PDF Power Point format
- Clients are also entitled to a presentation/workshop in Johannesburg (may be combined with other topics at BMI-T's discretion).
For further information and details on how to subscribe to this research please contact Anita Mathews on 011 540 8000 or email@example.com.