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Growth of the online classified advertising market in Australia has slowed, and most of the future growth is expected to come at the expense of print advertising.
Published in Market

MELBOURNE - March 22, 2012. Gigamon®, a world leader in Traffic Visibility Fabric solutions, announced that the company has been presented with the 2012 Global Product Differentiation Excellence Award in the traffic visibility solutions market by Frost & Sullivan.

Cloud computing becoming mainstream; mobile computing boosted by cloud services; and social networking - also a cloud based service - are tipped to drive, rather than support changes in business processes in Australia in 2012.

Published in Cloud Computing

Leading consulting company recognises Manhattan Associates

Compuware Corporation (Nasdaq: CPWR), the technology performance company, today announced that it has been awarded the 2011 Frost & Sullivan Global Company of the Year Award in the cloud-based application monitoring market.

Thursday, 15 December 2011 23:52

Websense takes APAC market leadership

Web security vendor, Websense, has beaten its rivals to take the lions share of the unified web security market in the Asia Pacific region for this year, and had its market performance recognised by Frost  & Sullivan with the Market Share Leadership Award for 2011.

Published in Market
Thursday, 15 December 2011 11:13

Demand rockets for cloud security

Demand for cloud based security services has taken off like a rocket in Australia with the market now valued at $38.4 million.

Published in Cloud Computing

Green IT and concern for the environment are getting lots of attention in the IT industry but seemingly productivity and not environmental concerns are the biggest driver for Australia's small business owners switching to high-grade video conferencing for meetings.

Published in Market

Transformation in workforce demographics is changing the Australian workplace, and the rapid adoption of mobile and remote access technologies is expected to dramatically redefine the face of the workplace over the next 12 months.

Published in People Moves
Thursday, 17 November 2011 03:13

Cloud IaaS adoption soars in Australia

Infrastructure-as-a-Service adoption is growing in leaps and bounds as an increase in cloud computing users and the number of local data centres drive awareness of the benefits of infrastructure from the cloud with Australian enterprises.

Published in Cloud Computing
Tuesday, 15 November 2011 22:42

Beyond virtualisation to the Ethernet

With rapidly increasing usage of server virtualisation, enterprises across the Asia Pacific region are now looking at Ethernet fabric technology to help fully realise the benefits of business agility, operational efficiencies and lower costs.

Published in Cloud Computing
Tuesday, 15 November 2011 16:59

Cloud company targets online commerce

Australia Post owned payment gateway SecurePay has announced a partnership with cloud based ERP supplier NetSuite that should allow local businesses to quickly set up online commerce sites.

Published in Cloud Computing
Monday, 14 November 2011 17:14

Online search fastest ad growth segment

Online search and online directories continue to attract advertisers at a rapid rate while advertising in the print directories market erodes further. In the 12 months to June this year, Australian online search and directories advertising grew 23 percent to hit $1.4 billion in total revenue, with Google still the overwhelmingly dominant player.

Published in Market
Monday, 07 November 2011 17:05

Growth returns in contact centre apps market

The Australian market for contact centre applications bounced back in 2010, recovering from a decline in 2009 to record growth of 16.4 per cent, and with strong growth forecast for the next seven years. Genesys, Avaya and Cisco are the top vendors with a full range of contact centre solutions, while Verint and NICE Systems lead in monitoring and optimisation solutions.

Published in Cloud Computing

According to Frost & Sullivan white paper, Australian data centres are ill-equipped to handle the shift to virtualisation and cloud computing.

Published in Cloud Computing
Monday, 10 October 2011 14:40

Online advertising growing, changing


The Australian online advertising market is changing as it grows, according to an analyst firm. If you don't like video ads, watch out!

Published in Development
Tuesday, 04 October 2011 11:22

Enterprises grasp social network nettle

Australian enterprises are among the leaders in Asia Pacific in terms of their uptake of social media and collaboration tools with double digit growth rates expected to persist through to 2015. But at present most organisations are focussing their social networking internally, and only dipping their toes in public social networks, potentially putting themselves at a competitive disadvantage.

Published in Networking
Monday, 19 September 2011 15:27

Internet TV ad market tipped for five fold growth

Frost & Sullivan is forecasting an almost fivefold growth in the Australian Internet TV advertising market in the next five years as consumption of online video content accelerates.

Published in Market

The internet TV advertising industry is set to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 42% from 2011 to 2016, increasing in value from $54 million to $311 million according to Frost & Sullivan's latest report on the Australian Online Video Market, written in association with media and technology company, The Video Network (TVN).

According to Frost and Sullivan the price Google is paying for Motorola Mobility was simply based on the price per patent, using a previous significant patent portfolio sale as a benchmark and took no account of the value of the mobile phone business. Far-fetched? Maybe but F&S has a remarkable 'coincidence' to support this.

Published in Deals
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