As more enterprise CIOs and CTOs embrace hybrid multi-cloud deployment strategies, business technology vendors and cloud service providers must continue to evolve their go-to-market approach — in recognition of the prevailing IT infrastructure investment trends.
More CIOs and CTOs are exploring commercial applications for artificial intelligence (AI) use cases that enable the rapid analysis of vast amounts of video content, thereby creating demand for new digital video surveillance solutions.
Though year-end totals have yet to be tallied, the global market for enterprise messaging and collaboration tools are expected to have reached $2.4 billion last year, up 11.8% from 2017, and is forecast to reach $3.2 billion by 2021, IDC now estimates.
In 2018-2019, cybersecurity skills topped the list of IT challenges – 53 percent of survey respondents reported a problematic shortage of cybersecurity skills at their organization. IT architecture planning skills came in second at 38 percent.
“Insights-driven companies derive value from their data. They systematically use data to deliver better customer experiences, improve operations, and create competitive differentiation — all of which adds to the bottom line.”
Just a few years ago, conversations about robotic process automation (RPA) were scattered and far between. Today, the RPA market is estimated to reach $2.9 billion by 2021, and conversations are becoming more frequent.