According to Gartner, global spending on public cloud services will see an increase of at least 20 percent this year: rising to just under 495 billion dollars. This is up from around 411 billion in 2021. For 2023, the experts are already expecting end user spending of almost 600 billion dollars.
The “Handelsblatt”, a leading German business newspaper, this week reported in its Schwerpunkt (focus) double-page spread that the German government is pushing ahead with plans to establish a Europa Cloud.
By 2020 it is expected that more than $195 billion will have been spent on services in the public cloud, according to market researchers at IDC.
Even if it has cloud written all over it, software is only seldom truly provided as a service. This is the core finding of a recent study by PwC.
The Automotive industry has begun growing again in the last few years. However, this growth comes with challenges. New demands on the auto industry are forcing car companies away from a single transportation focus, to being a technology savvy company that also happens to build vehicles. But technology has also added an additional burden on the automotive supply chain eco-system and operations.