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19 Apr 2010  |  Asia Pacific
The Asia Pacific (APAC) Data Loss Protection (DLP) market witnessed growing momentum in 2009, despite the region facing a challenging business environment in light of the global economic slowdown. Market revenues in the segment doubled to USD 25.1 million from 2008, as enterprises began to recognize the value and importance that DLP was able to con...
15 Apr 2010  |  Asia Pacific
The Network Access Control (NAC) market continued to face challenging times in 2009, as the global economic slowdown, coupled with the relative lack of market mindshare and interest towards the technology, took its toll on the budding technology segment. Market sentiments remained fairly mixed, with some enterprises beginning to recognize the value...
31 Dec 2008  |  Asia Pacific
The Asia Pacific NAC market is in its nascent stage now. Despite the tremendous amount of interest in the technology generated within the security industry and media, there is yet to be widespread adoption by the enterprises in the region . However, after this initial education and trial period, there are signs indicating that customers are deployi...
09 Feb 2007  |  Asia Pacific
This research service looks at the major local players operating in the smart card value chain in the Asia Pacific region.
14 Jan 2005  |  Global
This study is a comprehensive survey and analysis of SIM card usage across 42 mobile operators across 4 geographic regions: North America, Latin America, EMEA, and Asis Pacific. Smart card vendor benchmarking is also included.
17 Dec 2004  |  Asia Pacific
This reports provides an analysis of the Asia Pacific International Data Processing Markets
29 Nov 2004  |  North America
The study examines trends within the North American Contact Center market. The study was compiled with 127 end-users and asked questions around IP, TDM, Call Monitoring, Call Blending among others.
31 Aug 2004  |  Asia Pacific
11 Nov 2003  |  Global
This is a global end user study covering the smart card banking market. 62 banks worldwide were interviewed. Banks were asked their views on the EMV (Europay, MasterCard and VISA) standard. This is where they are being told that they need to move to smart cards by a given date, this differs depending on where they are located. The study has b...
17 Jan 2000  |  Asia Pacific