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Over 4 billion people still have no Internet connection
2015: don't expect much change in the smartphone market over the coming years.
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2015 PC Sales
Google launches a service for storing big data
Office 365 customers pay Microsoft up to 80% more over long haul
Samsung launches Artik chips for the Internet of Things
Citrix launches Workspace Cloud with BYOD flexibility
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Facebook and IBM are teaming up to help retailers better target advertising.
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Facebook's Messenger adds video chat
US mobile ad revenue spikes.
Amazon reveals that its AWS cloud service is a $5 billion business
Alcatel-Lucent Launches New Rapport Software Platform for Enterprise, Service Providers
France: la timidité des PME vis à vis du Cloud.
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VMware bestows new container powers upon vSphere/vCloud
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Apple partners with IBM on new health data analysis
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Global IT spending shrinks as dollar strengthens
Amazon targets network file storage in the cloud at enterprises
Facebook's future could include app consolidation
Microsoft closes acquisition of R software and services provider
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Tata Communications seeing significant demand growth for hosted UC services

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Bienvenue chez Nobeysco

Nobeysco a deux activités:

  • une activité de conseil dans le domaine des NTIC destinées aux acteurs de ce secteur;
  • une activité de services destinée au petites et moyennes structures.

L’activité de conseil est dans le domaine des NTIC (Nouvelles Technologies de l’Information et de la Communication).
Elle s’adresse aux grands acteurs du secteur (fournisseurs de solutions, opérateurs de télécommunications, canaux de distribution) et couvre le marché européen. Nobeysco a établi un partenariat avec le cabinet d’analystes américain AMI-Partners pour cette activité. Nous sommes très actifs dans les domaines du «cloud» où nous travaillons pour de grands clients au niveau international.

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Elle vise à accompagner les petites structures dans deux domaines distincts:

  • le développement de leur business au travers de l’acquisition de nouveaux clients et d’une meilleure compréhension de leur marché. C’est l’offre MicroBizGen.
  • la mise en place de solutions de communication et de collaboration adaptées à leurs besoins. C’est l’offre autour de Google Apps.

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Welcome to Nobeysco

Nobeysco has two complementary activities:

  • Consulting, in the ICT domain
  • Services targeting small and medium businesses.

Consulting covers the overall ICT domain for the European Market.
Nobeysco works with major actors in this area (solution suppliers, Telcos, channels).
Nobeysco has a partnership with AMI-Partners, an analyst firm specialized in the ICT domain, focusing on the small and medium businesses (SMBs) and Mid-Market (1-1000 employees).

Over the past for years, we have been very active in the "Cloud/SaaS" areas, working for major actors of these sectors.

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Services targeting small and medium businesses in France
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Over 4 billion people still have no Internet connection

The number of people using the Internet is growing at a steady rate, but 4.2 billion out of 7.4 billion will still be offline by the end of the year.

Overall, 35.3 percent of people in developing countries will use the Internet, compared to 82.2 percent in developed countries, according to data from the ITU (International Telecommunication Union). People who live in the so-called least developed countries will the worst off by far: In those nations only 9.5 percent will be connected by the end of December.

2015: don't expect much change in the smartphone market over the coming years.

What will the smartphone pie look like for Google's Android and Apple's iOS in 2019? Pretty much the same as today, says research firm IDC.

The worldwide smartphone market in 2019 is expected to look awfully similar to today's smartphone market.

By the end of 2015, total smartphone shipments will hit 1.4 billion, according to new data from research firm IDC.

Microsoft doubles down on Office apps, services for Android tablets

Microsoft is adding 20 more global and local device makers to the list of companies that are bundling Office apps and services with their Android devices.

The expanded list of companies signing pre-installation deals with Microsoft include LG and Sony, according to a blog post on Tuesday announcing the list.

Gartner: Cloud IaaS is a $16.5 billion market

Led by Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud Platform, the market will grow 29% per year until 2019.

 

Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) cloud computing is a fast growing market, leaping up 33% in 2015 to become an estimated $16.5 billion market, according to research firm Gartner.

The market shows no signs of slowing down, with a compound annual growth rate of 29.1% predicted for the next four years until 2019.

France. Tablettes, smartphones, PC… : le multi-terminal s’impose.

Selon une étude menée par Dell et Intel, les Français ont été bien rapides que la moyenne mondiale à délaisser leur PC de bureau comme outil unique de travail. Les salariés veulent désormais des terminaux spécifiques apportant la productivité adaptée à la tâche à accomplir.

Google launches a service for storing big data

Google finally opens up its speedy BigTable technology for third-party use.

 

Google has introduced a service for storing large amounts of data online, potentially enabling organizations to execute big data analysis as a cloud service.

Office 365 customers pay Microsoft up to 80% more over long haul

When Microsoft turns a customer into a subscriber, it gets 1.2 to 1.8 times the revenue compared to old-school licensing.

 

Moving a corporate customer from "transactional" purchases of Office -- the once-traditional practice of purchasing one-time, perpetual licenses that let workers use the suite as long as their firms want -- to Office 365 rent-not-buy subscriptions results in almost a doubling of revenue for Microsoft.

Samsung launches Artik chips for the Internet of Things

Samsung revealed a new chip family to power the Internet of Things, putting it in more direct competition with Intel, Qualcomm and others in the quest to connect everything.

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