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15 Nov 2017  |  North America
Increased Demand for Visual Collaboration and Improved Economy Drive the Overall Conferencing Services Market
The North American conferencing and collaboration services market earned revenues of $5.0 billion in 2016, growing at 4.9% from 2015. Audio conferencing accounted for 48% of the market, cloud-based Web and video conferencing 44.3%, and managed video conferencing services 7.7%, by revenue share. These proportions are expected to significantly change...
24 Nov 2017  |  South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
Ability to Create Better Collaborative Environment with Feature-rich Capabilities will Push the Demand for Web Conferencing Services
Over the last few years, it has been observed that the need for and awareness on unified communications and collaboration services among enterprises in India have increased significantly. Enterprises have been pushing internally to cut on travel costs, yet remain in constant touch with employees, customers, and other business partners. What was ear...
18 Jan 2018  |  Global
Adoption of New Connectivity Protocols Depends on Interoperability and Hybrid Solutions
With billions of connected devices expected to be in use in the world in the next 2–3 years, the importance of a critical component within the IoT ecosystem—connectivity—is only set to increase further. While the requirements of devices vary, the connectivity protocols that can enable IoT to leverage the applications and benefits are also evo...
10 Feb 2017  |  Europe
As Conferencing Smartens Up the digital Workplace, Enterprises Must Know About Top Solutions and Their Key Differentiators Before Making the Choice
The study aims to guide buyers in selecting the appropriate conferencing solution that matches their requirements. The conferencing services market is highly commoditized and fragmented. It is comprised of a number of participants with varying portfolios and customer bases. Typically, providers in this space differentiate themselves based on servi...
26 May 2017  |  South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
Frequent Cyber Attacks on Government Bodies and Large Enterprises to Increase demand for Network Security Products
With businesses around the world changing at a fast pace, the dynamics built around them is changing rapidly as well. Enterprises are investing in technologies that are low on capital yet offer the best outcome on productivity. Over the last one and half decades, disruptive technologies in social, mobility, analytics, and cloud (SMAC) have emerged....
11 Apr 2017  |  North America
This report looks at some of the ways virtualization changes what CSPs must look for to gauge performance; and how they must view the character of their networks and services based on new metrics. While Stratecast has always blanched at the characterization, by some pontificators, of CSPs and their networks as dinosaurs in this industry, it might n...
05 May 2017  |  North America
Finding Re-Usable Value in the Shift to Next-Generation UC Architectures
Many businesses are migrating from legacy communications environments to cloud-based unified communications services to gain access to advanced features, facilitate budgeting, and other benefits. However, certain businesses are upgrading to next-generation premises-based solutions to benefit from advanced functionality while retaining greater contr...
05 May 2017  |  North America
As the Industry Evolves from Device Connectivity to Predictive Computing, Service Providers will Find Growth Opportunities in Vertical Markets and Hor
IoT is already having a major impact on businesses, governments, and consumers. Advancements in connectivity will increasingly enable solutions to integrate with enterprise management solutions and help businesses improve efficiency and increase productivity. To survive in this rapidly changing environment, companies must define their digital strat...
04 Nov 2016  |  North America
Will Deception-based Fakenets be in the Future?
In this insight, we summarize the investments that managed security services providers have made and will be making in threat intelligence services, as they maneuver to expand and deepen their client relationships. To that, we briefly turn our attention to deception technologies and their potential use in creating a “fakenet” within the client ...
28 Oct 2016  |  North America
AI versus Analyst: Can Your Company Replace Analyst Firms with Artificial (ahem, “Augmented”) Intelligence?
This SPIE is somewhat unique in that, rather than focusing externally on market forces, Stratecast is taking a hard look in the mirror. Is what we offer so unique that AI technology cannot replace us? Can AI provide the same sorts of market advantages that engaging with an analyst firm can? This SPIE explores these questions.