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19 Dec 2013  |  Global
Analytics Leads the Way for Growth in a Mature Market
This market analysis research provides market sizing and forecasts for premises-based contact centre systems at a global level. The product segments covered are: inbound contact routing, IVR and voice portal, outbound dialer, quality monitoring, workforce management, and contact center analytics. The study provides market forecasts by product segme...
28 Nov 2013  |  Asia Pacific
Growing Demand for Professional Security Services Drives the Market
The Asia-Pacific managed security services (MSS) market continued to gain greater momentum in 2012. A growing number of enterprises were looking at the professional security services to protect their network infrastructure. Getting more mature about IT security and becoming aware of the benefits of security services models in gaining operational fl...
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28 Oct 2013  |  Asia Pacific
Stable Growth is Anticipated in the email and Web Security Segments
The Asia-Pacific Secure Content Management (SCM) market continued to perform well during 2012, posting a healthy YoY growth of 13.7 percent, despite economic uncertainties posting negative impact on regional enterprises. The spending sentiment on email and Web security technologies remained high across enterprises, and it is set to continue in the ...
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23 Sep 2013  |  Latin America
Mexican Market and Analytics Excel Despite a Challenging Year
This study analyzes the contact center systems market of the Latin America region in 2013. The forecast period is 20132019, with 2012 as the base year. Market drivers, restraints, and trends are presented within this work. Frost & Sullivans investigation also includes a competitive analysis and market share discussions of the main industry compan...
10 Apr 2013  |  Asia Pacific
Growing High-profile Attacks Drive the Market
The distributed denial of service (DDoS) protection market continued to gain growing awareness among enterprises and service providers in Asia-Pacific, as it recorded a healthy 25.2 percent growth rate in 2011 on a year-on-year (YoY) basis. As increasing publicized attacks on governments and high-profile organizations such as Google, eBay, and Amaz...
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21 Mar 2013  |  Global
Market Prediction for the Six Gulf States
This study provides an overview of the managed services market in the Gulf Coorporation Council (GCC) countries. It focuses on the various market segments such as infrastructure management, data centre hosting, network security, and DR & BCs. It looks at the main challenges, drivers and restraints faced in individual markets and the GCC market as a...
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18 Feb 2013  |  North America
Use of Companies' Own Social Media Tools is Growing
This research service examines the use of social media in the U.S. corporate environment based on a survey conducted in 2012. Individuals use social media on a personal level more than as a part of the workplace, but enterprises are increasingly using social media as they begin to understand the benefits. While external use of social media is more ...
08 Feb 2013  |  Global
Smart Card Unit Shipment Growth will Slow Down to Single-digit Rates by 2014
Smart card vendors continue to move from provisioning of physical cards to the delivery of smart card-related software and services. The commoditization of physical smart cards and the progressive digitalization of services have forced smart card vendors to re-think their strategies and focus on the services side of their business. Frost & Sullivan...
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29 Jan 2013  |  Latin America
The CRM development of Colombia and Peru
The Colombian and Peruvian contact center markets witnessed strong development in 2012. Despite growth slightly decelerating from 2011, positive investment atmosphere surrounding the Colombian and Peruvian market when looking to the future persists. The key driver for this increase is the expected organic growth of major companies within the in...