U.S. State Government Disaster Recovery Markets

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This Frost & Sullivan provides in-depth analysis of the key challenges and drivers in the state government disaster reovery markets. PEST analysis provides an overview of political, economic, social and technological factors impacting agencies spending on DR solutions. Spending forecasts have been provided separately for telecom and IT related spending.

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U.S. State Government Disaster Recovery Markets, U.S. State Government Focus: Disaster Recovery MarketsExecutive SummaryIntroductionStudy SegmentationMarket OverviewMarket DefinitionsMarket ChallengesMarket DriversPEST AnalysisIntroductionPolitical FactorsEconomic FactorsSocial FactorsTechnological FactorsTechnology OverviewIntroductionOverview of Storage TechnologiesKey Considerations in a Disaster Recovery SolutionTypes of Backup Solutions - By Storage TechnologyTypes of Backup Solutions - By Storage DevicesTechnology TrendsState Government Disaster Recovery Markets : Information TechnologyIntroductionSpending ForecastsState Government Disaster Recovery Markets: TelecommunicationsIntroductionSpending TrendsSpending ForecastsState Government Disaster Recovery Markets: Total MarketTotal Spending ForecastsRole of Managed Storage Service Providers in the State Government MarketsConclusions and RecommendationsKey Research FindingsStrategic RecommendationsFrost & Sullivan AwardsProduct Line Strategy Leadership Award Technology Leadership Award




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