Latest trends in cloud computing in China
Cloud computing continues to be an area of significant interest and investment for many companies. Current forecasts predict IT and cloud computing spending to total $112 billion in 2012, a 15 per cent increase over 2011. Some companies view cloud computing as a potential bridge to bringing well-established business practices into emerging markets with huge opportunities for expansion. Given the size of the current and future market in China, companies are now evaluating whether and how to engage in ‘cloud’ businesses in China. In this briefing, we discuss a number of key issues that need to be considered in making thoughtful business decisions about cloud computing in China.
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