Information technology (IT) has been the single most instrumental factor in driving business growth across industry verticals in the last two decades. Today it has much larger implications. Organizations are under pressure to ensure that every decision they make for R&D to product development, from marketing to sales, from customer acquisition to service delivery-- there is agility, mobility and optimal customer experience.
The confluence of IT with connectivity is what will reshape our universe. The world will have least 80 billion connected devices by 2020. Hence IT morphs into Digital Transformation and is slated to disrupt just about every aspect of business; the way organizations interact with consumers and the way they discover new opportunities.
Frost & Sullivan’s Information Technology research and consulting programs look at conventional and unconventional technologies, services and changing business models, with specific focus on disruptors such as social, mobility, analytics, cloud (SMAC), cybersecurity, artificial intelligence, machine learning, big data, and IOT or the Internet of Things.
We work closely with the world’s largest IT firms and upcoming disruptive start-ups to predict macro and micro trends related to products, services, technology and business models that can define growth. Tailored, customized solutions provide clients with the best strategies for growth, supported by the right key data points researched to meet the client’s needs and the specific engagement. Our research spans broadly across the sector and provides deep insights into specific markets in the most significant areas of IT and the IT industry.
02 Jan 2013  |  Asia Pacific
Increase in Sophisticated Cyber Attacks Promoted Investment in Network Security Set-ups
The Asia-Pacific (APAC) network security market registered a flat growth on a quarter-over-quarter (QoQ) basis, although the year-over-year (YoY) growth of good growth suggested that spending sentiments were stronger compared to last year. For enterprises that went ahead with their purchases, strong emphasis was placed on the vendors ability to a...
31 Dec 2010  |  Asia Pacific
The Asia Pacific network security market posted a YoY decline of (1.6%) in 2009, as the fallout from the global financial meltdown finally took its toll on the business environment in the region. In contrast to the robust growth momentum which characterised the 2008 market, sentiments in the 2009 market, particularly in the first half of the year, ...
19 Aug 2005  |  Asia Pacific
This is a Asia-Pacific research on the Managed Storage Services Market. Study reviews the market drivers & restraints and revenue forecast.
18 Jul 2005  |  Asia Pacific
This Asia-Pacific research on the managed router and switches services market reviews the market drivers & restraints. This study contains a competitive structure of service providers by each country in APAC.
24 Aug 2005  |  Asia Pacific
This is a Asia-Pacific research on the Managed Content Delivery Services Market. Study reviews the market drivers & restraints and revenue forecast.
25 Nov 2008  |  Asia Pacific
Globalization has redefined the business landscape in APAC and paved the way for the growth of ADC & WAN Optimization solutions. The US & European multi-national firms continue to invest heavily in the APAC region, expanding their number of offices, employees and business partners . These remote offices are becoming highly empowered, demanding the ...
31 Jul 2010  |  Asia Pacific
The Asia Pacific network security market posted a YoY decline of -1.6% in 2009, as the fallout from the global financial meltdown finally took its toll on the business environment in the region. In contrast to the robust growth momentum which characterised the 2008 market, sentiments in the 2009 market, particularly in the first half of the year, w...
10 Mar 2011  |  Asia Pacific
Asia Pacific (including Japan) Network Security Market Q1 2010
The APAC network security market endured a slow start to the year, registering a relatively flat performance in Q110 after clocking a marginal decline of -1.8 percent on a YoY basis. Whilst the slowness could be largely attributed to Q110 being the first fiscal quarter for most markets in the region, the prevailing enterprise mindset of caution a...
07 Jan 2011  |  Asia Pacific
The APAC network security market recorded healthy growth rates of 13.1 percent and 8.9 percent on a QoQ and YoY basis respectively in Q2'10, to signal the return to spending ways among enterprises in the region. Indeed, whilst the strong quarterly performance could be partly attributed to deals which spilled over from Q1'10, the overall market sent...
13 Jul 2012  |  Asia Pacific
Increasing Cyber Threats and Incidents Offer Immense Market Opportunities
The Asia-Pacific (APAC) network security market recorded a healthy YoY growth in Q1 2011, as the improving global economy gave enterprises greater confidence to return to spending on enhancing their security. With Asia-Pacidic enterprises wanting more for less, vendors are likely to face rising pricing pressures as well as increasing commoditizat...