State of cloud in the Nordics
Tieto Cloud Maturity Index 2019 - a study conducted by the research company Radar on behalf of TietoDownload results
The Cloud Maturity Index demonstrates operational and strategic cloud maturity among organizations. The gap between individual top and bottom performers is widening, the good getting better and the bad getting worse. Download our short summary of the results!Download summary
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State of cloud in the Nordics
What do almost 300 Nordic IT decision makers think about cloud?
Cloud transformation has increasingly become a key enabler for digitalization and realizing data driven opportunities for organizations across the Nordics.
We have surveyed almost 300 decision makers within large organisations in Sweden, Norway and Finland to understand their cloud maturity and use of cloud services.
The most cloud mature organisations in the Nordics see cloud as a key enabler to cope with the dual challenge of optimising costs while at the same time accelerating innovation and new revenues. However, still only 18 percent of the organizations can be considered as cloud mature.
The study will provide you insights on:
- What are cloud mature organisations’ behaviour and characteristics?
- What is the maturity among different industry verticals?
- What are the real drivers and barriers?
- What are the business benefits?
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