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Frost & Sullivan: Vertically-focused Solutions to Boost Cloud Computing Uptake in Europe

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Frost & Sullivan: Vertically-focusedFrost & Sullivan: Vertically-focused Solutions to Boost Cloud Computing Uptake in Europe PR Newswire LONDON, Oct. 24, 2013 -- Retail adopts cloud aggressively, while energy and manufacturing take a gradual approach European enterprises are looking to transition from their legacy infrastructure to capitalise on the advantage of cloud computing. Traditionally conservative industries such as energy and manufacturing still choose a gradual approach, while the retail sector is being aggressive with regards to cloud implementation. New analysis from Frost & Sullivan (http://www.ipcommunications.frost.com), on Cloud in European Vertical Markets, finds that apart from the cost-efficiency and scalability advantages provided by the cloud, there are specific factors driving the growth of cloud computing in the manufacturing, retail and energy sectors. Cloud computing can play a crucial role in simplifying the management of business and mission-critical applications. For instance, it can help the global manufacturing industry maintain integration among multiple plants to improve production. Similarly, the implementation of cloud platforms can help energy utilities simplify management of data reservoirs and analytics applications to gain deeper insights into energy usage patterns, demand- based load balancing, and grid analytics. The European retail industry has been fast to understand the advantages of migrating to the cloud.
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Frost & Sullivan: Vertically-focused Solutions to Boost Cloud Computing Uptake in Europe

PR Newswire

-- Retail adopts cloud aggressively, while energy and manufacturing take a gradual approach

European enterprises are looking to transition from their legacy infrastructure to capitalise on the advantage of cloud computing. Traditionally conservative industries such as energy and manufacturing still choose a gradual approach, while the retail sector is being aggressive with regards to cloud implementation.