In a report released today, Gartner said it believes that by 2020, 75 percent of application purchases by businesses will be related to building apps, rather than buying them. The report covered a very wide range of trends around enterprise software and services, including predictions around the shift to cloud services.
The enterprise mobility management market grew at a healthy 17.7 percent compound annual growth rate in 2014. However, competition has prompted a consolidation in the EMM market, with a clear division emerging between Tier 1 vendors and the rest of the market, according to a recent analysis by VDC Research.
Accellion, Box, Citrix and Syncplicity are the leading vendors in the enterprise file sync and sharing market, according to the latest Gartner Magic Quadrant report.
The top news stories for July 10, 2015.
I came across some interesting stats from Gartner. It seems that mobile phone shipments are expected to be the only bright spot in an otherwise stagnant device market.
Done well, agile development can be a key tool for the CIO in dealing with increasing business demand for innovation. But agile is complex, and not intended for all development efforts. Gartner offers insights on when to use it and how to do it best.
Those organizations that change along with cloud technology will find themselves in the best position to maintain market share, and even dominance, in the process.
Constantly progressing technologies, trends and preferences will force enterprises to adopt a flexible approach in their mobile app development processes, judged market research firm Gartner.
With cloud and virtualization becoming more pervasive within the enterprise, the one thing that's holding back the greatest benefits is the network itself, argued Brendan Ziolo, head of large enterprise strategy at Alcatel-Lucent, in a Network Computing column.
Veteran female employees of Gartner shared their thoughts on women in tech with a dose of research to try to quantify the woman's experience in IT and risk. Many women in the Security and Risk Management Summit audience also took the opportunity of the open forum to share tips and voice frustrations on working in a male-dominated space.