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Information technology (IT) has been the single most instrumental factor in driving business growth across industry verticals in the last two decades. Today it has much larger implications. Organizations are under pressure to ensure that every decision they make for R&D to product development, from marketing to sales, from customer acquisition to service delivery-- there is agility, mobility and optimal customer experience.
The confluence of IT with connectivity is what will reshape our universe. The world will have least 80 billion connected devices by 2020. Hence IT morphs into Digital Transformation and is slated to disrupt just about every aspect of business; the way organizations interact with consumers and the way they discover new opportunities.
Frost & Sullivan’s Information Technology research and consulting programs look at conventional and unconventional technologies, services and changing business models, with specific focus on disruptors such as social, mobility, analytics, cloud (SMAC), cybersecurity, artificial intelligence, machine learning, big data, and IOT or the Internet of Things.
We work closely with the world’s largest IT firms and upcoming disruptive start-ups to predict macro and micro trends related to products, services, technology and business models that can define growth. Tailored, customized solutions provide clients with the best strategies for growth, supported by the right key data points researched to meet the client’s needs and the specific engagement. Our research spans broadly across the sector and provides deep insights into specific markets in the most significant areas of IT and the IT industry.
18 Dec 2015  |  Europe
The payment industry is transforming rapidly with many interesting technologies emerging on a regular basis. Most of these solutions are disruptive and strongly impact the way companies and individuals communicate and interact. As a result, the payment ecosystem is also changing.
30 Oct 2015  |  Global
Emergence of Blockchain a Potential Threat for PKI Market
The explosion of connected devices and Internet of Things (IoT) has resulted in the generation of a huge amount of data. Digital transactions are also increasing, and the need to authenticate two entities before exchanging data is a necessity. As a result, Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) appears as a relevant solution to create confidence and trust...
23 Oct 2015  |  Europe
Globally, the situation is similar. In 2014, the European Central Bank (ECB) published a report that highlighted fraud trends: €1 in every €2.635 spent on credit and debit cards was lost to fraud. According to a recent report from Barclays, the United States contributes disproportionately to global credit card fraud, accounting for more than 47...
30 Sep 2015  |  Global
Privacy Protection in a Smart Future
The revolution of smart cities and smart services has created a new set of data that are collected on a daily basis to facilitate individuals’ lives. Governments have started to propose administrative services for citizens to facilitate their interactions and to reduce management costs. However, having such services have generated new opportuniti...
30 Sep 2015  |  Global
The Road to Digital Signature
Identity management, strong authentication, and data protection generally appear as important security components for a government or an organization. The explosion of digital data and the need to control the access to digital services or networks have put public key infrastructure (PKI)-based service at the heart of the security environment. This ...
24 Sep 2015  |  Global
A Promising Market for the Digital Identification Ecosystem
The Internet of Things (IoT) is thought to be the next revolution of the digital world, but some think that this revolution is already here. A trustable ecosystem will be the key to driving success in IoT. Smart objects will have autonomy and IoT security and privacy solutions will have to create a similar approach to detect, react to, and remove p...
24 Sep 2015  |  Global
A Competitive Market with Tremendous Revenue Potential is Expected to Emerge
The increasing number of new payment solutions, security mechanisms, and mobile technologies is creating a revolution in the payment ecosystem. New entrants, established participants, and innovative challengers are fighting to promote their solutions or initiatives. As a result, consumers are bewildered and are reluctant to adopt mobile payment on ...
13 Jun 2015  |  Europe
On 19 May 2015, the 21st Docflow conference and exhibition took place in Moscow on managing information, documents, and enterprise content, organised by the Russian software house ABBYY. More than 40 forums and panels brought together contributions from a diverse group of industry stakeholders, including the Russian Ministry of Industry and Trade, ...
25 Mar 2015  |  North America
One of the lesser known product verticals within the streaming media industry includes a subset of vendors who offer stream optimization technology. Even though their solutions differ greatly, the ultimate goal is to reduce the size of video bitrates without reducing quality. However, the key challenge they face is the lack of clarity, mostly as a ...
16 Mar 2015  |  North America
Blu-ray Vendors Will be Challenged by Competing Streaming Devices and Services in the Long Term
This market insight provides unit forecasts and market share estimates for the global Blu-ray media and devices market, which has been segmented in terms of Blu-ray players and Blu-ray media. Detailed market share breakdowns have been provided for both segments. Unit shipment forecasts are provided from 2013 to 2019, and are analyzed by region for ...