土耳其的雲端、託管、管理、外包服務市場：分析 (2014年) 與預測 (2015∼2019年)
Turkey Cloud, Hosted, Managed, and Outsourced Services Market 2014 Analysis and 2015-2019 Forecast
|出版日期||內容資訊||英文 52 Pages
|土耳其的雲端、託管、管理、外包服務市場：分析 (2014年) 與預測 (2015∼2019年) Turkey Cloud, Hosted, Managed, and Outsourced Services Market 2014 Analysis and 2015-2019 Forecast|
|出版日期: 2015年12月21日||內容資訊: 英文 52 Pages||
隨著傳統IT服務的支出額低迷，土耳其的IT服務市場暴露於很大的壓力下。同時，外包和雲端服務的認知度高漲，對該服務的需求急速成長。尤其是隨著SaaS和IaaS的普及，公共雲端支出額以2位數大幅度成長。各種產業對分散式管理服務 (應用管理，網路/桌上型設備、外包服務，託管基礎設施等) 寄予高度興趣。各服務供應商預計今後將擴大投資人力資源、資料中心、基礎設施、新服務等事項。儘管如此，許多服務供應商被迫大幅度降低費用和報酬率，據信將導致企業合併、收購 (M&A) 和聯盟更擴大。
This IDC study presents the cloud, hosted, managed, and outsourcing services market in Turkey for 2014 and forecasts expenditure on such services through 2019. The study contains market size, vendor market shares, and forecasts for four functional market categories.The study aims to answer the following questions:What is the current size of the cloud, hosted, managed, and outsourcing services markets in Turkey?Which foundation markets are the most important? What is the current focus of spending?What are IDC's projections for spending on these services, and what are the assumptions behind the forecast data?Who are the market leaders based on revenue, and what are their strengths, weaknesses, and strategies for the future?Which industry sectors are the most important sources of demand for cloud, hosted, managed, and outsourcing services? What are the future trends likely to be in this area?"The slowdown in spending on traditional IT services has put the Turkish IT services market under pressure. Nonetheless, increasing market awareness of outsourcing and cloud services has been driving the strong growth of these services. In particular, public cloud spending is forecast to achieve strong double-digit growth, driven by the growth in SaaS and IaaS adoption. Discrete managed services such as application management, network and desktop outsourcing services, and hosted infrastructure services have also been drawing a lot of attention across different vertical markets in Turkey. Services providers are predicted to further invest in their capabilities in terms of manpower, datacenter infrastructure, and new services. Nevertheless, an increasing number of services providers will result in aggressive discounts and lower profit margins, which may later lead to further mergers, acquisitions, and alliances." - Melih Murat, Research Manager for IT Services and Software, IDC Turkey.