Innovation in European IT
At a glance
- 900 senior IT decision makers from mid-market businesses (100–2,000 employees) across 6 European countries explain how they are managing their IT estates
- Learn what challenges mid-market IT decision makers are facing
- Discover how other businesses are spending and forecasting their IT budgets
- Gain insights into how innovation is being used across the European IT industry
Claranet Research Report 2016 launched at Cloud Expo Europe
Charles Nasser, Claranet CEO, takes the keynote speech at Cloud Expo Europe to introduce some of the key findings from this year's Claranet Research Report.
He explains why some European countries are leading the pack when it comes to progressive IT strategies, how security is the number one IT challenge now and in the future, and what rising DevOps adoption has to do with hybrid cloud.
Inside the report
The European IT decision-maker is facing an increasingly complex landscape.
IT departments across Europe are tasked with performing both their traditional roles as administrators and reactive problem solvers, and are also expected to drive innovation, which, in turn should result in business success and market differentiation.
Skills shortages, data analysis, application management and development, shadow IT, mobile working and many other challenges lie in the way between reality and the ideal implementation of IT in business.
Only 8% of UK IT departments time is spent innovating
By 2018, its anticipated that 60% of organisations will have adopted DevOps
Ecommerce, corporate websites and mobile apps are three of the top five apps hosted in the public cloud
By 2021, European IT departments will spend over 20% of their budget with IT service providers