New Enterprise Mobility Report
Research and Markets has announced the addition of the “Enterprise Mobility (Smartphones, Laptops, Tablets) Market 2014 – 2020” report to their offering. This report covers forecast and analysis for the enterprise mobility market on a global and regional level. The study provides historic data of 2014 along with a forecast from 2015 to 2020 based on revenue.
How to Power Traditional Enterprise Apps with Hybrid Cloud Services
Enterprise applications are directly driving and influencing more of the opportunities and growth in organizations. Organizations are actively looking to move more of those applications into hybrid cloud environments as a way to better fuel their needs. In fact research shows that organizations expect 56% of enterprise app workloads to be in private or hybrid cloud environments in the next two years.
Sixty Percent of Workloads to Run in the Cloud by 2018
451 Research’s latest Voice of the Enterprise: Cloud Transformation surveys of IT buyers indicate that 41 percent of all enterprise workloads are currently running in some type of public or private cloud but by mid-2018 it is expected to rise to 60 percent. This means, a majority of enterprise workloads will run in the cloud in the near term.
Enterprise Mobility Market Worth $500 Billion by 2020
According to a Zion Research report, global enterprise mobility market was valued at around USD 85.0 billion in 2014 and is expected to reach USD 500.0 billion in 2020, growing at a compound annual growth rate of slightly above 24 percent between 2015 and 2020.
Two in Three Enterprises Expect to Boost Mobility Spending
Two-thirds of enterprises plan to increase their mobility spending in the coming year, according to the latest research from analyst house IDC. The research firm’s latest survey, the 2016 Mobile Enterprise Devices, Security, Services and Solutions Survey which quizzed more than 700 US IT decision makers in companies with over 100 employees, also found that three quarters of organizations either have or plan to implement a CYOD (choose your own device) policy, citing the difficulty of securing BYOD as the primary issue.
Millenials and Gen Z Want Face to Face Communications
Is the enterprise technological revolution all it’s cracked up to be? According to new research from Randstad US and Future Workplace, the most recent generation of employees – generation Z and millennials – prefer in-person communication with their co-workers and managers instead of email and phone.
The 10 Commandments of Digital Transformation
Stories of the spectacular success of some digital tech companies are prodding ‘legacy’ non-digital companies to undergo digital transformation. Before they jump on the bandwagon, they would do well to keep in mind the 10 commandments listed here, for the journey can be long, painful and convoluted.
App Developers are Rushing to Release
In the rush to launch apps, developers may be putting end users at risk by neglecting secure coding procedures and processes, according to a new survey by F5 Networks and Ponemon Institute.
VMWare Research: Enterprises Eyeing Up Hybrid Mobility and Cloud Future
Research undertaken from VMware has revealed that enterprise mobility management is the “most considered” end user computing cloud technology, although enterprises can do more to get there.
Escaping Digital Darwinism
Author Brian Solis calls “Digital Darwinism” the phenomenon of technology and society evolving faster than organizations can adapt. Moving forward, most global organizations are viewing digital as a critical adaptation for their success. Failing to respond quickly and effectively could threaten a business’s survival. Right, we’ve heard that a million times. But what are the ripple effects to delaying the transformation process? What does survival even look like?
HSBC – Banking at the Speed of Digital White Carrying a Snail’s Shell
How does a bank that is 150 years old become a fully digitized financial institution, especially when its Chief Information Officer admits the bank is slow to adopt technology? At the Huawei Connect conference in Shanghai last week Darryl West, the CIO of HSBC, gave some insights into the aspirations and challenges of adopting ‘banking at the speed of digital.’
Google Explains Why It Spent $625 Million on Non-Tech Company
Google’s first business exploded because Google was indispensable: Advertisers had to spend on search. Google wants its next big business, enterprise services, to be just as all encompassing and unavoidable. That’s the primary motivation behind its move, announced this morning, to acquire Apigee, a company that went public last year, for $625 million.
Enterprise Digital Transformation Creates Growth Opportunities
The enterprise communications market is at a crossroad with enterprises moving away from traditional business models and embracing digital transformation. There exists a strong market for trusted managed customer premises equipment services partners to run businesses’ day-to-day IT infrastructure operations. New analysis from Frost & Sullivan finds that the market will continue to grow from 2017 to 2021, but annual growth rates will decline year-over-year.
Box Teams Up with Google in Enterprise Cloud Apps Integration
Google and enterprise file sharing company Box have announced that they will be teaming up to enable Box integration with Google’s cloud-based word processing and productivity suite.
UX More Important Mobility Investment Area Than Security in US and UK
User experience is emerging as the most popular investment area among enterprise mobility professionals in the US and UK – but across the rest of Europe security remains king. That is the verdict from the latest report by the Enterprise Mobility Exchange. The report, entitled ‘The Roadmap to Mobile Transformation’, took the opinions of the company’s event attendees, asked around the service areas they were looking to invest in over the coming six to 18 months.
Official Unveiling of iPhone 7 and 7 Plus
Apple has officially announced the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. The new iPhone features a design that’s very similar to last year’s iPhone 6S. But what’s entirely new is the phone’s water resistance, which means you can get the iPhone 7 or the larger iPhone 7 Plus wet without worry. Also, as expected, the iPhone 7 does not have a headphone jack, rendering countless 3.5mm headphones useless with the device.
Smart Wearables Hold Productivity in Enterprises
While wearables, typified by Fitbit’s trackers and the Apple Watch, are making headway in the consumer market, IT pros and their bosses need to keep an eye on these devices as more are making their way into the enterprise, especially in the manufacturing field, according to new numbers from IDC.
Microsoft Seizes SaaS Lead from Salesforce
Microsoft is experiencing strong growth in its Azure-based, Dynamics collaborative applications, overtaking Salesforce as the market leader, according to a new report.
A Surface All-In-One PC May Lead a Microsoft Hardware Refresh in October
Talk of a Microsoft Surface all-in-one has… resurfaced, with claims the device, code-named “Cardinal,” could launch at the end of October. ZDNet’s Mary Jo Foley reported that October 26 might be the date Microsoft has scheduled for a fall refresh of some of its more popular devices, including newer faster, processors.