The financial services industry is forecast by Frost & Sullivan to invest €87 billion ($110 billion) in payment technology by 2017, much of that going to mobile payments technology.
Railways worldwide are increasingly using mobile ticketing--enabling passengers to purchase and board trains using their smartphones and tablets.
Distributed denial of service attacks against enterprises are increasing in scale and frequency, prompting firms to invest in purpose-built DDoS mitigation tools. This will fuel a surge in the DDoS mitigation market by 2018, according to Frost & Sullivan.
Jahangir Mohammed, CEO and founder of IoT company Jasper, has been working to link the digital world since 2004. He sat down recently with Business Insider to talk about his company's beginnings, what effect the IoT will have and the future of the industry.
Mobile logistics is the "next big thing" in the industrial transformation process known as Industrie 4.0, explains an article at Techtag.
The market for unified threat management and next-generation firewalls will reach $5.3 billion in 2018, up from $3.3 billion in 2013, predicts market research firm Frost & Sullivan.
Smartphone innovation is slowing, as evidenced by Samsung's Galaxy S5 smartphone, judges Lawrence Lundy, an information and communications technology consultant with Frost & Sullivan.
The global vulnerability management market is forecast by Frost & Sullivan to reach $973.9 million in 2018, up from $528.6 million in 2013. Growth will be fueled by enterprises confronting increased attacks against their networks and an ever-evolving threat landscape.
The total number of active users in the Asia-Pacific enterprise mobile collaboration services market is estimated by Frost & Sullivan to be $1.12 million in 2013 and forecast to increase at a compound annual growth rate of 21.4 percent through 2018.
Governance, risk management and compliance issues, as well as security concerns, will be key challenges to adoption of enterprise social networking, warns market research firm Frost & Sullivan.