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How Western European Telcos Meet the Cloud Computing Needs of Enterprise?s

February 21, 2012 No Comments

SOURCE:  ResearchandMarkets

As enterprises demand a single point of contact for all technology needs and expect integration to be seamless, a coherent cloud computing strategy is becoming a prerequisite for operators’ further growth in the business segment, according to a new report.

How Western European Telcos Meet the Cloud Computing Needs of Enterprises examines the trends that are pushing telecom operators in Europe toward cloud computing. It identifies the main business drivers behind adoption of cloud computing by enterprises and discusses how they translated those drivers into specific requirements. Finally, we analyze the various types of service models that may be deployed by cloud providers. The report includes case studies of three Western European operators that provide B2B cloud services: Orange France, KPN and Telefonica.

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