Dans sa dernière étude « Le cloud computing dans les PME françaises : réalités, besoins et perspectives 2014 », le cabinet Markess International estime que seulement une petite ou moyenne entreprise sur cinq utilise actuellement au moins une solution basée sur le cloud (SaaS, PaaS, IaaS). Cette estimation grimpe à une sur trois en 2014.
Google and Microsoft will face an increasingly dominant Apple in the coming years, a Goldman Sachs study says.
Google and Microsoft will struggle to vend off Apple's smartphone-tablet juggernaut, according to a recent study by Goldman Sachs.
Titled "Clash of the titans," the 75-page study depicts Google and Microsoft as "challenged" in their bids to compete with Apple.
Some salient points made by Goldman Sachs, which based many of their findings on internal survey results:
Près de 40% des entreprises françaises gèrent mal la protection des terminaux mobiles En moyenne, 39% des entreprises françaises n’auraient pris aucune mesure pour gérer l’usage des terminaux mobiles sur le lieu de travail.
More than half of the smartphones sold in 2017 will be priced under $150 as demand for entry-level devices soars over the next few years. Affordable smartphones will make up the majority of sales by 2017 as consumer gravitate towards entry-level devices, according to a study from research firm Informa.
Increased cloud adoption will change the way security is implemented. It's the time when predictions for the new year run high, and when it comes to IT security, Gartner analysts are predicting that 2013 is going to be about expansion of cloud computing and the struggle by the enterprise to achieve appropriate security for it.
Large IT departments are losing control of cloud strategies as cloud services become more mature in the market, according to research from Capgemini. Capgemini questioned 460 IT leaders and senior business managers at large companies worldwide who employed over 10,000 staff, and found that almost half (45%) of organisations now had individual business units with responsibility for cloud strategies.
Mobile devices, led my emerging mini tablets, will account for 20 percent of all IT spending in 2013. More than half of next year's expected 5.7 percent increase in global IT spending will be driven by sales of smartphones, tablets, and e-readers, IDC said in a forecast published Friday. IDC projects that mobile device sales will make up "an incredible" 57 percent of overall IT spending growth expected in 2013.
Nearly three quarters of enterprises in Europe are planning to increase spending on software-as-a-service (SaaS) over the next two years, as adoption of cloud-based solutions gathers pace across the globe.
According to an new survey by Gartner, investments in SaaS are expected to increase across all regions. Seventy-seven percent of respondents expected to increase spending on SaaS, while 17 percent plan to keep spending the same.
The PaaS (platform as a service) market will grow to US$1.2 billion in 2012, up from last year's $900 million take, as vendors and customers seek easier ways to create new applications and customize existing ones, according analyst firm Gartner.
PaaS spending will rise to $1.5 billion in 2013, while reaching $2.9 billion by 2016, Gartner said Monday.
Chinese telecom giant details plans to become a player in cloud computing, networking, and handsets. Stockholm hosted the 21st annual Global Forum this week, highlighted by forecasts of a heated-up world market in telecommunications, innovative R&D policy, and burgeoning e-government services.
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