Analyst firm Frost & Sullivan predicts that 5G fixed wireless is about to replicate the success of 4G for this application.
Forcepoint, the company born from the amalgamation of Raytheon | Websense, has unveiled the findings of an APAC study conducted by Frost & Sullivan titled, “2019 Risk and Cybersecurity.” It shows that organisations’ failure to prioritise cyber security is hindering their digital transformation journey.
Demand and growth in the Australian data centre (DC) services market is being driven by big data, IoT, analytics, mobile data, storage, computing power, infrastructure and more.
For a third consecutive year, Huawei has been bestowed with the Telecom Equipment Vendor of the Year title at the Frost & Sullivan Asia Pacific ICT Awards 2016.
Matrixx Software has entered Stratecasts’s matrix of 10 companies to watch in 2016, a respected report now in its ninth year by analyst firm Frost and Sullivan.
Businesses are turning to the cloud in the quest for innovation, performance improvements and cost savings - and the cloud is delivering!
Space - it is the final frontier, and soon you’ll be wondering whether you have enough space on your wrist for your personal and enterprise wearables, and like some analysts, wondering whether wearables will be a positive for enterprise use and a gateway to the Internet of Things.
Australians are increasingly turning to the Internet and using mobile devices like smartphones and tablets to buy ‘physical’ goods, content and services like e-books, insurance, travel, news, music and cinema tickets.
This is where we are headed – every electronic transaction and every electronic message included in the Government’s data retention plans.
The Australian data centre services market recorded revenues of $698 million in 2013; a growth of 17.2% over 2012.
Cloud contact centre and customer service solutions provider LiveOps has opened a new data centre in Sydney which it says will services the company’s growing Australian and New Zealand customer base and partner network.
Listed global provider of software and IT services, Interactive Intelligence, continues to ramp up its presence across the Asia Pacific region with the promotion of Brendan Maree from the position of Managing Director Australia, New Zealand & Pacific to Vice President Japan, Australia and New Zealand.
The Internet of Things (IoT) has been talked about for a while. Next year it is likely to take off, with increased interest from users and vendors.
Mobile advertising in Australia is growing at nearly 40% a year. The market is predicted to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 39% from 2013 to 2018, with expenditure reaching $682 million in 2018.
Australian manufacturers and wholesalers are lagging in ecommerce adoption, with only 10% of companies currently able to receive orders directly over the Internet.
The online shopping market in Australia continues to grow strongly and in 2013 is expected to account for 7% of total retail sales, according to fresh research.
Omnichannel is the new buzzword in retailing and it could present huge opportunities for traditional bricks and mortar retailers, but reaping the rewards won't be easy, or cheap.
Most Australian businesses are confident of seeing a return from their unified communications (UC) investment within the next two years, according to a survey by UC company Jabra and analyst group Frost & Sullivan.
Australian businesses have moved past the initial cost savings they get from the adoption of cloud solutions to recognising the increased agility and scalability that adoption offers, according to a new report from Frost & Sullivan.
Consulting company, Frost & Sullivan, has announced that it will extend key research programs in Australia in order to enhance the service which the company provides in meeting private and public sector demand for local, leading-edge analysis.
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