April 26, 2012
LONDON, April 25 — China's cloud computing market is poised to demonstrate a robust growth of 77.5% CAGR during 2010-2015, with ERP and CRM attaining greater popularity with wider availability among all cloud applications. Among the key factors driving the expansion of the market one can name cost reduction, speed, flexibility and responsiveness, widespread adoption of internet, rising smartphone usage, indigenous innovation, and scope in (medium and small-sized enterprises) MSMEs. However, the growth of cloud computing in China could be challenged by the lack of expertise and knowledge among IT executives, lesser use of virtualization and data security concerns.
New research report "Cloud Computing Market in China 2012" worked out by Netscribes has been recently published by Market Publishers Ltd.
Title: Cloud Computing Market in China 2012
Published: April, 2012
Price: US$ 795
The research report offers true and unbiased insights into the cloud computing sector in China, covering a complete market data analysis, information on the market trends, drivers and challenges. A brief analysis of the competitive landscape of the country's cloud computing market as well as elaborate profiles of the top domestic and foreign players existing in the market including a snapshot of their corporation, financial performance, business highlights and their product portfolio is featured. The study also delves into the role of government, besides highlighting key pilot project bases for cloud computing in China.
Page 1: Executive Summary
Page 2: Cloud Computing – Introduction
Page 3: Evolution of Cloud Computing
Page 4: Structure of Cloud Computing
Page 5: Cloud Computing – Categories
Page 6: Cloud Service Products in China
Page 7: Types of Deployment of Cloud Computing
Page 8: Domestic Cloud Computing Market – Overview, Market Size and Growth
Page 9: Cloud Computing Hubs of China
Page 10: Investments in New Projects in China
Cloud Computing – Pros & Cons
Page 11-12: Cloud Computing – Pros
Page 13-14: Cloud Computing – Cons
Page 15: Availability & Popularity of Solutions
Initial Opportunities for Using Clouds
Page 16-17: Initial Opportunities for Using Clouds
Drivers & Challenges
Page 18: Summary
Page 19-21: Cost Reduction
Page 22: Speed, Flexibility and Responsiveness
Page 23: Widespread Adoption of Internet
Page 24-25: Rising Smartphone Usage
Page 26-27: Indigenous Innovation
Page 28: Scope in MSMEs
Page 29: Lack of Knowledge & Experience
Page 30: Lesser Use of Virtualization
Page 31-32: Data Security Concerns
Page 33: Initiatives Taken by Chinese Government
Page 34: Pilot Projects Bases for Cloud Computing
Page 35: Initiatives by Local Government
Page 36: Summary
Page 37: Promising National Policy
Page 38-39: Emerging Cloud Computing Industrial Chain
Page 40: Partnerships on Cloud Computing in China during 2010-12
Page 41: Major players in China's cloud computing market
Page 42: Major Domestic Public Companies – Summary – Bubble Chart based on total income, net income and market capitalization
Page 43: Major Domestic Public Companies – Summary –Ranking Chart based on total income and net income
Page 44- 58: Profile of Major Domestic Public Players in the Cloud Computing Market
China Intelligence Information Systems Inc.
Shanghai East-China Computer Co., Ltd.
Page 59-62: Profile of Major Domestic Private Players in the Cloud Computing Market
Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
Shanda Interactive Entertainment Ltd.
Page 63-68: Profile of Major Foreign Public Players in the Cloud Computing Market
More new market research reports by the publisher can be found at Netscribes page.
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