A survey by Computer Weekly and Kew Associates gives businesses the chance to benchmark their take-up of cloud software and services - and we would like our readers to take part.
The survey will help IT professionals cut through suppliers' hype on cloud computing by showing how businesses are actually spending their money in the cloud.
Taking part in the survey will provide organisations with a unique benchmark showing how they compare against their peers.
Take part in our cloud survey
Computer Weekly and Kew Associates invite you to take part in a short confidential survey on cloud software expenditure trends.
Everyone who takes part in the research will receive a personal copy of the research results, allowing you to benchmark your company against your peers.
For every completed questionnaire, we will also donate £1 to three charities: Cancer Research UK, Oxfam, Alzheimer’s Society.
Participants will also be entered into a draw for a £300 Amazon gift voucher and 10 runners up vouchers of £30.
“There is too much information out there on the cloud. What do you actually believe? This research is putting some hard evidence behind suppliers' claims,” said Kris Wicka, director of Kew Associates.
The results will reveal just how far organisations across a range of business sectors are exploiting the cloud. And it will identify the key factors driving businesses to invest in cloud software.
“There are a lot of unknowns about the cloud but very little hard information on how it's being accepted by the user community. We have seen the froth, the hype, but this research aims to provide hard facts,” said Wicka.
Kew Associates, an independent research organisation, has been assessing IT spending trends since 1993, and has regularly worked with Computer Weekly.