Enterprise Cloud Services in the Middle East: Seven Factors that Will Impact Adoption

Enterprise Cloud Services in the Middle East: Seven Factors that Will Impact Adoption

Category : ICT & Media
October  2015  Pages : 42



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Summary
Enterprise Cloud Services in the Middle East: Seven Factors that Will Impact Adoption, a Telecom Insider Report by Pyramid Research, studies the growth prospects for SaaS, IaaS and PaaS in the major markets of the Middle East. This includes the countries where adoption is the highest: Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Turkey and Israel. The Insider Report first defines cloud services and provides the technological and business context for cloud computing in enterprise environments. It then analyzes each of the seven factors that are shaping the cloud services markets in the Middle East as well as the state of cloud service readiness in the regions six main markets. Three case studies examine the cloud ecosystems as well as the prospects for cloud services in Egypt, Turkey and the UAE, with particular attention paid to the role of governments. In conclusion, the Insider provides a set of Key Findings, a number of recommendations for operators, governments and other cloud service providers, and an overview of the major players and services in the market.

Key Findings
Cloud adoption in the Middle East will be affected by spending in both the public and private sectors, including by e-government initiatives to improve data management and smart city initiatives in the UAE and Saudi Arabia. In many of the regions markets, government IT expenditures account for the largest share of overall IT revenue.

Enterprises have a number of concerns about hosted and cloud solutions. Through surveys and interviews, we have found that a key concern in the Middle East relates to the perceived loss of control over the data storage location. The majority of enterprises therefore prefer to adopt private cloud set-ups as opposed to public cloud arrangements.

Within the cloud ecosystem, telcos have an opportunity to become a platform for the provision of IaaS and SaaS offerings, while cloud service providers need to support governments with cloud computing awareness initiatives and support the marketplace of local ISVs to develop applications relevant to the local market.

Synopsis
Enterprise Cloud Services in the Middle East: Seven Factors that Will Impact Adoption, a Telecom Insider Report by Pyramid Research, provides an analysis of the regions cloud services market for enterprises and other organizations. The report covers the overarching cloud services landscape in the region, reviews the major factors affecting cloud service adoption among enterprises, governments and other organizations, and includes a set of country case studies for more detailed examples of real-world experience.

The Insider Report consists of five sections:

Introduction: This section provides an overview of the cloud services market, including Pyramid Researchs definitions and look at the enterprise cloud ecosystem.

Middle East enterprise cloud market: This section covers seven factors that will affect the evolution and adoption of cloud services in the region. Topics examined include public sector ICT initiatives, private sector development, the state of fixed broadband, the state of ICT regulation, the availability of commercial datacenter services, cloud service availability and cloud service pricing strategies.

Cloud readiness in the Middle East: This section provides an overall assessment of how prepared the major markets in the region are for cloud services, based on the factors analyzed in the previous section. Insight is also offered into the major concerns among enterprises and other organizations about cloud migration. The section concludes with Pyramid Researchs estimate of cloud adoption in select Middle Eastern countries.

Case studies: This section provides three country readiness profiles, analyzing the major drivers and inhibitors of cloud services and the maturity of the cloud ecosystems in the UAE, Turkey and Egypt.

Key Findings and recommendations: The concluding section provides an executive overview of the major findings of the report and highlights key recommendations for operators, cloud service providers and governments.

Reasons To Buy
Helps professionals understand the major challenges and opportunities in the cloud computing market in the Middle East today.

Taking a forward-looking approach, the readers can gain executive-level knowledge of the main factors which will affect cloud computing in the Middle East over the next several years.

Assess the current market strategies based on recent market developments in the Middle East.

Gain insights of key enterprise dynamics and identify profitable markets and areas for product development in specific markets in the region, which is beneficial for the Cloud players and investors.

Identify the key stakeholders in the main cloud services markets in the Middle East.

Telecom operators, government regulators and agencies, cloud service providers and other parties can explore the Insiders recommendations for stakeholders in Middle Eastern cloud markets.

Boasts of presentation quality that allows it to be turned into presentable material immediately for the executive-level audience.
Table Of Contents
Executive summary
Introduction to enterprise cloud services
Enterprise cloud services definition and taxonomy
The evolution of enterprise server environments
Comparing the on-premise and cloud models
A framework for the cloud ecosystem and the position of the telecom operator
Middle East enterprise cloud market -factors affecting service adoption
Seven key factors will affect the adoption of enterprise cloud services in the Middle East
Public sector: E-government and smart city initiatives
Private sector: Economic landscape
State of fixed broadband as a cloud technology enabler
ICT regulatory developments
Availability of local commercial datacenter services
Cloud service availability: Presence of cloud service providers
Cloud service pricing strategies
Cloud readiness in the Middle East
Middle East cloud readiness matrix
Major enterprise concerns regarding cloud migration
Cloud service adoption in the Middle East
Case studies: Country readiness profiles
Case study: Enterprise cloud readiness in the UAE
Case study: Enterprise cloud readiness in Turkey
Case study: Enterprise cloud readiness in Egypt
Key findings and recommendations
Key findings
Recommendations
Appendix 1: Acronyms and definitions
Acronyms and definitions
Appendix 2: Major IT service players, cloud service players and prices
A closer look at some major IT services market players in the Middle East
Descriptions of popular cloud service providers in the Middle East
Pricing examples of cloud services in the Middle East

List Of Tables
Exhibit 1: Simplified enterprise cloud adoption framework
Exhibit 2: Simplified server environment evolution
Exhibit 3: Differences between on-premise and cloud models for enterprises
Exhibit 4: The enterprise cloud ecosystem
Exhibit 5: Factors affecting the development of enterprise cloud services, Middle East
Exhibit 6: Major e-government plans, Middle East
Exhibit 7: Government spending percentage of GDP, select Middle East countries, 2015 (est.)
Exhibit 8: Economic sector contributions to GDP, select Middle East countries, 2015 (est.)
Exhibit 9: Formal enterprises, totals and growth, select Middle East countries, 2015 (est.)
Exhibit 10: Fiber penetration of enterprises
Exhibit 11: Number of submarine cable connections
Exhibit 12: Data protection regulations
Exhibit 13: Commercial datacenter facilities available in select countries, 2015 (estimate)
Exhibit 14: Presence of leading international cloud service providers in the Middle East
Exhibit 15: Cloud services offered by leading telcos
Exhibit 16: Cloud services pricing strategies
Exhibit 17: Cloud adoption readiness matrix for the Middle East
Exhibit 18: Common enterprise concerns regarding external management in the Middle East
Exhibit 19: Cloud adoption rates in the Middle East, 2015
Exhibit 20: Commercial licenses issued in Dubai
Exhibit 21: Cloud ecosystem maturity in the UAE
Exhibit 22: Business, mathematics, engineering and computing graduates in labor force, Turkey, 2009-2014
Exhibit 23: Cloud ecosystem maturity in Turkey
Exhibit 24: Egyptian government's cloud adoption strategy; overview
Exhibit 25: Cloud ecosystem maturity in Egypt
Exhibit A: Overview of major it service providers in the Middle East
Exhibit B: Popular cloud services in the Middle East, with descriptions
Exhibit C: Examples of prices for cloud services

List Of Figures
Exhibit 1: Simplified enterprise cloud adoption framework
Exhibit 2: Simplified server environment evolution
Exhibit 3: Differences between on-premise and cloud models for enterprises
Exhibit 4: The enterprise cloud ecosystem
Exhibit 5: Factors affecting the development of enterprise cloud services, Middle East
Exhibit 6: Major e-government plans, Middle East
Exhibit 7: Government spending percentage of GDP, select Middle East countries, 2015 (est.)
Exhibit 8: Economic sector contributions to GDP, select Middle East countries, 2015 (est.)
Exhibit 9: Formal enterprises, totals and growth, select Middle East countries, 2015 (est.)
Exhibit 10: Fiber penetration of enterprises
Exhibit 11: Number of submarine cable connections
Exhibit 12: Data protection regulations
Exhibit 13: Commercial datacenter facilities available in select countries, 2015 (estimate)
Exhibit 14: Presence of leading international cloud service providers in the Middle East
Exhibit 15: Cloud services offered by leading telcos
Exhibit 16: Cloud services pricing strategies
Exhibit 17: Cloud adoption readiness matrix for the Middle East
Exhibit 18: Common enterprise concerns regarding external management in the Middle East
Exhibit 19: Cloud adoption rates in the Middle East, 2015
Exhibit 20: Commercial licenses issued in Dubai
Exhibit 21: Cloud ecosystem maturity in the UAE
Exhibit 22: Business, mathematics, engineering and computing graduates in labor force, Turkey, 2009-2014
Exhibit 23: Cloud ecosystem maturity in Turkey
Exhibit 24: Egyptian government's cloud adoption strategy; overview
Exhibit 25: Cloud ecosystem maturity in Egypt
Exhibit A: Overview of major it service providers in the Middle East
Exhibit B: Popular cloud services in the Middle East, with descriptions
Exhibit C: Examples of prices for cloud services
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