DUBLIN– –(BUSINESS WIRE)–The Cloud Computing — Global Outlook 2016-2021″ report has been
added to Research and Markets’ offering.

The global market for healthcare computing — revenue generated
By cloud computing solutions provided to providers will be worth just
under $10 billion by 2021 mainly driven by the demand for storage of
the exponentially increasing quantity of healthcare data.

One big business game-changer would be real world data. The volume of
Unstructured medical and health data that is generated outside of
clinical settings is increasing exponentially while the demand for such data
sets is much direr among providers, pharmaceuticals, medical technology
sellers, authorities, and university investigators.

Increasing awareness of the benefits of open platforms and raising
Industry focus on interoperability and collaborative solution design is
developing a significant demand for vertically integrated cloud programs that
open the data to numerous stakeholders that are willing to share the
dangers and the benefits of shared data assets. Technology sellers will
introduce cloud-based digital ecosystems that enable sharing and much better
use of IT and human resources from the subsequent five years.

At the heart of these healthcare sector innovations are some
Fundamental shifts in the understanding of cloud solutions globally. Cloud,
which was formerly considered to be an unknown and unclear IT surroundings, is
currently thought to be more protected than on-premise infrastructure and has
shown to get better outcomes when it comes to data backup and
disaster recovery.

Increasing confidence in cloud platforms, along with the need to
Reduce cost, improve endurance speed and efficacy, and also to leverage
purposeful business intelligence is paving way for hybrid adoption
— especially among developed markets. Thus, we see that there’ve been
some really dramatic shifts in the way providers consider and utilize
cloud programs in the last few years, which will create chances
for innovations in care delivery processes and models in the not too distant future.

Key Issues Covered:

1. Executive Dashboard

2. Analysis Of The Growth Environment

3. Visioning Scenarios

4. Growth Pipeline

5. Competitive Landscape

6. Regional Outlook

7. The Last Word

8. Appendix

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