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More SMBs are placing a priority on cloud services. 40% of SBs and 75% of MBs are anticipating an increase in their IT spending in the coming year.
Professional/Other Business Services sectors dominate the U.S. SMB space accounting for 50% of SaaS spending, followed by Finance/Insurance/Real Estate (FIRE) 17%. Other high volume verticals include Manufacturing and Retail.
Cloud service spending will increase by 15% to 30% CAGRs across offerings as SMBs strive to best serve their future IT needs.
Super high growth solutions (more than 20% growth rates) include Desktop as a Service (DaaS), Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS), and Software as a Service (SaaS).
The key triggers for adopting cloud solutions among SBs are lower cost and multi-device access, while for MBs TCO and scalability/ flexibility are most important.
In terms of hosted software usage, E-mail is close to saturation. Point of Sale and Productivity software are high priority cloud solutions among U.S. SMBs.
Productivity, Business Intelligence, Travel & Expense and Databases are leading cloud-based software applications, with projected growth rates of 15%-20% over the next 5 years.
Nearly two-thirds of SMBs are currently using Website Hosting/ Maintenance Services followed by Audio Conferencing (25%) and IaaS & RMITS Security (22%).
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