Archive by Author | David H Deans

Software Defined Data Center Market will Reach $77.18 Billion

Software Defined Data Center

Software Defined Data Center (SDDC) market is expected to grow from $21.78 billion in 2015 to $77.18 billion by 2020, at a CAGR of 28.8%. North America had the largest share (52.32%) of the global SDDC market in 2014, followed by Asia-Pacific.

via Research & Markets

Growing Upside for U.S. Mobile Wallet Apps on Smartphones

mobile wallet app

The increasing usage and penetration of mobile devices — such as smartphones and tablets — facilitate growth of mCommerce within the U.S. market. The American mCommerce market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 25.72% from 2014 to 2019.

via Technavio

Digital Transformation – How to Embrace the Next Era for ICT

Digital Business Transformation

Digital transformation is not new, but it is entering an era of unprecedented change for businesses. This creates numerous challenges and opportunities for all types of organizations today. Will your organization lead or be left behind in this era of digital business transformation?

via Frost & Sullivan

Talent and Budget are Cited as Content Marketing Roadblocks

Content Marketing

When a recent study asked marketers in the UK and U.S. about barriers that were preventing them from doing more with content marketing, a lack of resources (talent) and budget to deliver high-quality content was cited by 55 percent.

via eMarketer

Smartphone Market in China is Reaching Saturation in 2015

Smartphone Market in China

While overall smartphone growth will continue to slow as mature markets reach saturation, some markets will experience robust growth in 2015 and beyond. As a result, worldwide shipment volumes are forecast to reach 1.9 billion units annually by 2019.

via Digital Lifescapes

How mCommerce Revenue Reached $200 Billion in 2014

Despite huge scale and growth, mobile is still evolving. mCommerce remains the primary engine of growth, which is why VCs bet more than half of $41 billion invested in mobile within the last 12 months into mCommerce related sectors.

via Digi-Capital

How Innovation Accelerators Lead Business Transformation

Innovation Accelerators - Red Hat and HBR

More CEOs are setting bold IT innovation goals for their company. Meanwhile, CIOs are tasked to quickly build the required business technology infrastructure. What’s the primary motivation? The growing expectation that all leading organizations will achieve their key strategic business objectives via superior IT-enabled advancements.

via Business Technology Roundtable


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