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24 Mar 2020  |  North America
Influence of Biostimulants Inclusion in the Farm Bill and LATAM's Vision to Implement Effective Agricultural Practices will Drive Growth
Crop quality and quantity are influenced by biotic and abiotic factors. Abiotic factors include soil composition, salinity, acidity, temperature, drought, pollution, humidity, rain, wind, and ultraviolet radiation. Stress caused by unfavorable conditions significantly reduces harvest yields, as plants respond to such conditions by using their energ...
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04 May 2017  |  North America
The Evolving Regulatory Environment is Expected to be a Key Lever of Growth
Frost & Sullivan research reveals that arc flash PPE sales, although growing, are still below potential due to below-optimal compliance rates, lack of strict regulatory oversight, and laborious risk hazard assessments. Arc flash personal protective equipment provides an effective protective barrier against burns, shrapnel, blast pressure, blinding ...
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06 Jan 2016  |  North America
Benchmarking Consumer Attitudes on Health and Wellness Along the Road to Patient Engagement
This research profiles the American health consumer regarding perceptions of their current health status, their engagement in health and health-related activities, and their use of mobile and wearable devices and health tracking applications. It benchmarks attitudes on health and wellness issues as part of understanding the shifts in the US healthc...
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20 Nov 2015  |  North America
Few organizations recognize that they could be addressing data governance head-on, initiating lasting improvements in their data quality as part of their efforts to gather and prepare data for BDA projects. In this weeks SPIE, Stratecast summarizes the data quality issue, makes the case for elevating data governance alongside other BDA objectives,...
13 Nov 2015  |  North America
This weeks SPIE looks primarily at the benefits realized from CSP data analysis, and examines how CSPs, globally, are using data analysis to address a myriad of business needs tied to use cases for improving operations and generating new revenue. However, there are times when data analysis is important for reasons outside of the CSP; when the need...
23 Oct 2015  |  North America
Purpose-Built Analytics Adds Relevancy and Insight as Customer Satisfaction Tools for the Digital Economy
This weeks SPIE explains how customer data analysisunderstanding the continuous generation of network usage data from customer interaction with apps and contentis used by CSPs globally for improving their internal processes. The report explains how data analysis suppliers such as Guavus address a growing wave of strategic CSP business needs tied...
16 Oct 2015  |  North America
In this SPIE, Stratecast examines the RackspaceAWS managed services agreement. We look at the benefits for both customers and providers, competition in the marketplace, and the likelihood of the ventures success.
09 Oct 2015  |  North America
Managing network operations as it transitions to a cloud-like environment presents many challenges. Most major OSS suppliers have revealed or launched their cloud strategies; but these strategies have yet to be put to the test. The strategies vary from models in which suppliers host their traditional OSS solutions in the cloud as either fully licen...
02 Oct 2015  |  North America
This SPIE report briefly discusses the patchwork of remedies that have been devised by governments and industries with the stated intent of protecting data privacy. It then presents approaches that may get to the heart of the matter through privacy solutions based not on industry action or government legislation, but on technology.
30 Sep 2015  |  North America
In this study, Frost & Sullivan examines the customer needs that drive storage, and the different models that providers are adopting to solve these enterprise needs. We discuss the hyperscale storage versus market niche storage approaches, and the markets best served by each.