Connected Industry Market Research Reports

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  1. 20 Dec 2013  |  North America  |  Strategic Forecasting

    Local Businesses (and National Brands) Need Big Data in a Big Way - Is doxo the Answer?


    This weeks SPIE report analyzes another example of how regional and even local businesses, as well as national corporations, are finding a cost-effective way to access Big Data in support of day-to-day business needs and decision making. The report also analyzes the potential pitfalls of such an approach; and what businesses and providers alike ne...

  2. 20 Nov 2013  |  North America  |  Strategic Forecasting

    Connected Home Market: Movers and Shakers


    In this report, the latest connected home scorecard is reviewed; then, the concept is extended to include competitors in the connected home market. The results will be of significant interest to the various participants in the connected home space.

  3. 06 Sep 2013  |  North America  |  Strategic Forecasting

    Marketing Automation: Completing the Picture with Big Data


    This Stratecast report focuses on why companies must embrace the integration and convergence of data intelligence tools with marketing automation systems. The report also examines how marketing automation vendors and their customers are integrating digital intelligence today.

  4. 05 Sep 2013  |  North America  |  Strategic Forecasting

    Big Data and Content Management: A Perfect Storm


    This analysis provides background and fundamentals of Big Data and content management. In addition, Stratecast shares its perspectives on the integration and convergence of data intelligence toolsBig Data management and analyticswith content management systems (CMSs). We also examine how CMSs use digital intelligence tools, and how each market co...

  5. 23 Aug 2013  |  North America  |  Strategic Forecasting

    Big Data, Analytics, and Business Intelligence: SaaS Can Help Them Cross the Chasm


    This report analyzes how this model is changingand how accessing Big Data, analytics, and BI solutions on a Software as a Service (SaaS) basis is accelerating the trend.

  6. 09 Aug 2013  |  North America  |  Strategic Forecasting

    Using Big Data to Put a Big Hurt on Communications Fraud


    This Stratecast report analyzes the major reasons why, even after being studied and remediated for decades, communications fraud is alive and well in 2013; and how some CSPs are now intelligently leveraging Big Data to fight back.

  7. 12 Jul 2013  |  North America  |  Strategic Forecasting

    Digital Reasoning: Expanding Enterprise Knowledge to Serve (and Protect) Big Data Users


    This SPIE report analyzes enterprise search, and describes an approach that Stratecast believes can help overcome these challenges, while maximizing the value of a companys Big Data investment.

  8. 03 May 2013  |  North America  |  Strategic Forecasting

    The Connected Home: Changing the Dynamics of Broadband Service Delivery


    In this SPIE, Stratecast examines the changing nature of residential data access. We look at the way in which the residential data profile is changing and what is driving this change in the consumer market. Opportunities for new service offerings are examined, and the probable characteristics of such services are explored. This report will be of si...

  9. 11 Apr 2013  |  North America  |  Strategic Forecasting

    Connected Home Scorecard: Funambol OneMediaHub v.12


    Funambols approach, currently in use by major carriers around the world, provides a platform for content management in the operators hands, which it can use to help consumers manage their own content. Although such capabilities can be sold as an additional service, most operators have found that when they provide it as a complimentary service, th...

  10. 10 Apr 2013  |  North America  |  Strategic Forecasting

    Connected Home 2013: Greater Interest but Greater Demands


    This years connected home survey begins with an examination of demand for the connected home environment. The reason for this is that, unlike previous surveys, Stratecast is no longer seeking to determine the likely resonance of a hypothetical connected home with consumers, but begins with the observation that the connected home is actually happen...