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How agile and scalable is the infrastructure of European businesses today and how are they adapting to enable digital transformation?


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IT infrastructure has long been a critical supporting element powering European businesses. For many years, European organizations have been challenged to adapt their IT infrastructures in line with the evolving needs of the business. This has never been truer than it is today, in a European market that is subject to an uncertain economic future, and exposed to significant digital business change. In parallel with the transformation of European business, European IT infrastructures are having to adapt to the new market realities, to deliver the agile foundations for this digital transformation.

This study highlights how organizations are adapting their infrastructures to address this digital challenge, enabling their businesses to thrive and prosper in the new digital environment. The report also provides an invaluable guide to the current level of maturity in the European IT infrastructure marketplace.

More than 200 senior IT decision-makers who play a major role in their company’s infrastructure transformation initiatives in the United Kingdom, France, Germany, the Nordics and Benelux were surveyed by telephone (CATI) during the third quarter of 2017 for the study. The sample comprises companies with more than 500 employees operating in the manufacturing, services and public sectors.



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In our trend analyses in multi-client mode we analyse the status quo and potential of current market and technology trends on behalf of multiple market players. Our analyses are based on phone interviews among decision-makers in ICT buyer companies. The central analysis results are made available free of charge to ICT buyer companies.

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