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Monday April 15, 2013
In a world where any and all of the following issues drive your forward thinking - growth is very slow, your services are commoditized, your customers expect more, and your ability to rollout new capabilities is limited by your legacy back office systems - what options MUST you consider? With a sometimes confusing and complex mix of options available, where do you focus? Revenue is the driver and there are new breeds of expert companies who are addressing exactly these issues. Companies providing a range of options which can be tailored to meet the next generation of capabilities such as:
Wednesday June 6, 2012
Small and medium-sized businesses' (SMBs) spending on security technology will increase nearly twice as fast as that for the security technology market sector overall, according to a report from IDC special report. SMBs spend more than $5.6 billion on security technology in 2015, IDC forecasts, almost double the 5%-6% constant annual growth rate (CAGR) for security products and solutions overall.
Saturday October 29, 2011
The business of securing connected desktop and mobile devices is a growing business, according to Infonetics Research's latest Security Client Software vendor market share and forecast report. The global market for desktop and mobile security clients will reach $8.2 billion by 2015, according to Infonetics.
Monday August 8, 2011
IBM has published a good report on cloud services, Maximizing Cloud ROI: Five Key Lessons from Early Adopters, which offers great background information about the cloud and its possibilities. IBM worked with organizations who adopted different forms of cloud services and offers five key lessons learned from these early adopters.
Monday July 11, 2011
Cited by 48% of enterprises, enabling mobile users to connect to cloud services and enterprise networks was the primary motivation for rolling out software-as-a-service systems, a 92% year-to-year increase, according to a Yankee Group survey. Thirty-eight percent of enterprises expect over half their software applications will be running on a cloud platform within three years, as compared to just 11% today.