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Cloud Heat Map for Banking and Investment Services, 2019

Summary

Banks are increasing their cloud investments with the overwhelming majority focusing on private cloud deployments while public cloud is on the rise. Bank CIOs should use Gartner’s heat map to guide their cloud investments to achieve a competitive advantage and digital innovation.

Published: 05 September 2019

ID: G00384184

Analyst(s): Vittorio D'Orazio Jason Malo

Table Of Contents

Analysis

  • Cloud Heat Map by Functional Area
  • Cloud Deployment Model: Public Cloud Almost Equals Private Cloud in Adoption
  • SaaS Continues Dominating the Bank Cloud Initiatives
  • Barriers and Accelerators
    • Accelerators
    • Barriers

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