In-Depth Research on Global Storage as a Service Market 2016-2020

Report : Global Storage as a Service Market 2016-2020 is a new market research publication announced by Reportstack.

Report Outline: Storage as a service allows data to be remotely managed, maintained, and backed. Users can store and access any data from any location. The services can be accessed through any network, typically over the Internet. Cloud-based storage reduces the capital expenditure (CAPEX) and gives an ease of access; however, enterprises need to be aware that data need to be locally backed up because recovering data from cloud is comparatively slower.

Even though there are some disadvantages to cloud storage, the majority of enterprises believe that the benefits offset the risks. Cloud-based storage provides low-cost metered storage option. The cost of on-premise storage per gigabyte per month ranges from 75 cents to $1.20 compared to cloud storage that can be as low as 4 cents/GB/month.

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Market Growth: The global storage as a service market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 29.59% during the period 2016-2020.

Key vendors: 
• AT&T
• Google
• Microsoft

Other prominent vendors: 
• Arsys
• CenturyLink
• Cloudian
• Egnyte
• iomart Group
• Iron Mountain
• Joyent
• Nasuni
• Peer 1 Hosting
• Quantum
• Rackspace
• Swisscom
• Verizon Communications (Terremark)

Regions Covered:

• Americas

Companies Mentioned

AT&T, AWS, Google, HPE, IBM, Microsoft, Arsys, CenturyLink, Cloudian, CSC, Egnyte, iomart Group, Iron Mountain, Joyent, Nasuni, NTT, Peer 1 Hosting, Quantum, Rackspace, Swisscom, Verizon Communications (Terremark),


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