Cloud computing used by 37% of German firms - study

Thursday 21 February 2013 | 14:26 CET | News
Over one third (37%) of German companies used cloud computing in 2012, according to the latest KPMG 'Cloud Monitor' report for industry group Bitkom. This is an increase of nine percentage points from 2011. A further 29 percent have concrete plans or are discussing plans to adopt cloud computing technology. One third of companies questioned had no interest in cloud computing. The study found that 65 percent of large companies with over 2,000 workers used cloud computing, compared to 45 percent of those with 100-1,999 employees, and one quarter of small firms with 20-99 employees.

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Categories: Internet
Countries: Germany
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