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Cloud computing, or cloud computing, is a rapidly growing market which is expected to account for an expenditure of 235 companies, $ 1 billion by 2017, according to IHS Technology (The Cloud: Redefining the Information, Communication and Technology Industry, 2013). A market that mobilizes leaders in the IT and networks, aware of its strategic interest in the future of business.
Mobilization big names in the global IT
cloud technology revolution in the coming years? The investments made by different actors seem to confirm. Including IBM announced in early 2014 that it would invest $ 1.2 billion and create 15 data centers worldwide. And on July 9, the American company unveiled its “Big Blue”, which consists of a $ 3 billion over the next five years to develop new technologies related to cloud computing. But IBM is not alone. In an article in Le Monde in July 2014, a class SAP observer world number two software applications in the cloud.
HP, Oracle, Google, Amazon, Microsoft … will also see a strong relay growth. Not to mention the pure players such as Salesforce, which has become the world leader in customer relationship management online (Software as a Service, Saas, one of the three segments of the cloud computing). Revenue side, the rise of the cloud is tangible: IBM has seen his progress in the cloud by 69% to $ 4.4 billion in 2013 For Amazon, this figure rose in 2013 3.93 billion, up 56% (source: Journal of the net, February 2014.)
its data storage
The fact to outsource its IT data concerning de facto all companies, from the very small to multinational. In France in 2013, a third of companies or public institutions interviewed by Pierre Audoin Consultants (PAC Sitsi Market Figures, cloud computing, March 2014), said use of cloud services. The French market thus continues to grow and is estimated at € 4.1 billion in 2014 by the research firm Markess (2014 Barometer Markess providers of cloud computing, May 2014), when he weighed 2.6 billion euros in 2013.
Integrity and Security
Cloud computing still raises the question of the integrity and security of data. Including the United States, where the Patriot Act gives a right of government agencies to engage with all American companies wherever they are based in the United States and in France, Germany, etc. A situation that actually benefits local players in other countries. Particularly in France, Cap Gemini, Atos or Orange, which have made cloud computing a strong strategic focus, should enjoy. Moreover, Orange provides a turnover of € 500 million in 2015 in this one area. Atos, he envisages a turnover of EUR 400 million due to the acquisition of Bull made this summer. Cloud computing is also one of the 34 industrial projects promoted by the government in 2013 to develop projects that ensure data storage in France.
Barclays offers to people who want invest in the area of cloud computing, Turbos backed Infinis IBM, Oracle, SAP, Google, Amazon, Salesforce, Cap Gemini, Orange …
Turbos Infinis *
No deadline, Turbos Infinis Barclays allow you to develop, depending on your expectations, a bullish scenario with Call or bearish with Put while accessing a wide range of leverage and spreads among the narrowest market.
These products incorporate leverage amplifies the movement of the underlying upwards or downwards. Indeed this phenomenon works both ways: it amplifies both the movements of the underlying that are favorable to the investor than to his detriment. Thus, the more earnings potential, the greater the risks increase.
For IPOs, Barclays issues initially Turbos Infinite Call and the following days, Turbos Infinis Put. For other underlying already listed, Barclays emits immediately Turbos Infinite Call and Put.
How to invest
• Listed on Euronext Paris, Turbos Infinis Barclays trades like a stock from your financial intermediary (your bank or online broker). To buy or sell a Turbo Infinity Barclays, you need to communicate the code of the product you want.
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* Investing these products, the carrier does not receive dividends or equivalent underlying media
. Warning: the attention of potential investors is drawn to the fact that the products presented are specialized financial instruments that should not be bought and traded by investors with relevant experience. Due to their nature, the products mentioned are financial instruments which may include risks of price fluctuations and market risks; the value of these products can reduce or even become zero. Barclays Bank PLC draws public attention to the Risk Factors contained in the base prospectus. The base prospectus relating to the products mentioned were the subject of approval certificates issued by the Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier (the Luxembourg financial regulator) and the final conditions are communicated to the AMF under the Directive European 2003/71 / EC. The base prospectus and the final terms are available on the www.bmarkets.fr site. Barclays Bank PLC is registered in England and no1026167 its headquarters at 1 Churchill Place, London E14 5HP. This document is prepared under the responsibility of Barclays Bank PLC.
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