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                                           Table of Contents
Worldwide Capture and Image Management Software 2010-2014 Forecast and Analysis ............1
Business Strategy: Defining the U.S. Landscape for Connected Health.........................................1
Mobile Enterprise Developer Survey, 4Q10 ...................................................................................2
The Taiwanese Server Motherboard Industry, 4Q 2010..................................................................2
Engaging the Canadian Consumer: Digital eHealth, mHealth, and Remote Medical Monitoring
Solutions..........................................................................................................................................3
Business Strategy: U.S. Electronic Health and Medical Records 2009-2015 -- Meaningful Use
Spending Forecast and Analysis .....................................................................................................3
Worldwide Datacenter Network 2010-2015 Forecast and Analysis ...............................................4
Worldwide CRM Analytics and Web Analytics Applications 2010-2014 Forecast and
2009 Vendor Shares ........................................................................................................................4
Worldwide Business Process Management Software 2010-2014 Forecast and 2009 Vendor Shares
 ........................................................................................................................................................5
Lithium Technologies Private Vendor Watchlist Profile: Leveraging Brand Vibrancy Across the
Social Web.......................................................................................................................................5
Worldwide Public Application Development and Deployment as a Service 2009 Vendor Shares ..6
Worldwide Public Cloud Platform as a Service 2009Vendor Shares..............................................6
Worldwide Private and Public Cloud Financing 2010-2014 Forecast: Sizing the Cloud
Financing Opportunity for Private and Public Cloud ....................................................................7
Worldwide IT Leasing and Financing 2010-2013 Forecast Update: 4Q10 Trends for the Top 25
Markets ...........................................................................................................................................8
North American Audio Conferencing Services Markets .................................................................9
Outlook for the Taiwanese Communications Equipment Industry, 2011 and Beyond.....................9
Wireless LAN Market Estimates and Forecast by Device and by Technology, 2009-2015 ...........10
Google 2010: Markets, Products, Competition, and Acquisitions ................................................10
Hong Kong: Content and Value-Added Services Dominate the Market as Broadband Nears
Saturation...................................................................................................................................... 11
Australian Quarterly Mobile Device 2010-2014 Forecast and Analysis (3Q10) ......................... 11
Worldwide Connected Console 2010-2014 Forecast ....................................................................12
Worldwide Decision Management Software 2010-2014 Forecast: A Fast-Growing Opportunity to
Drive the Intelligent Economy ......................................................................................................12
Fast-Growing eCommerce Company Picks Progress for Visibility, Process Standardization ......13
Latin America Network Management Services Markets - Colombia, Mexico and Venezuela.......13
US Consumer Online Banking Solution Review: It's All in the Eyes of the Beholder...................14
U.S. Prepaid Wireless 2010-2014 Forecast and 2009 Vendor Shares...........................................14
The Taiwanese Feature Phone Industry, 4Q 2010 ........................................................................15
The Global Wireless M2M Market - 3rd Edition...........................................................................15
U.S. Mobile Enterprise Services 2010-2014 Forecast: Business Growth Continues....................16
FIBER OPTIC CONNECTOR & MECHANICAL SPLICE MARKET FORECAST......................17
Enabling Operational Efficiency and Product or Service Innnovation:
The Conflicting Requirements of Data Warehousing ....................................................................18
Paraguay: Government Decree Improves Competitive Landscape for Mobile Services ..............18
Thailand: Despite 3G Setbacks the Mobile Market Will Drive Future Growth ............................19
Accenture: Vendor Profile Series for Cloud Professional Service Offerings ................................19
Worldwide Network-Enabled Entertainment Devices in the Home 2010-2014 Forecast .............20
Mobile Data Developments in the Middle East, 2010 ..................................................................20
Digital TV Yearbook 2011 .............................................................................................................21
Turkey Vertical Markets 2010-2014 IT Spending Forecast...........................................................21
Business Strategy: Government Agencies Need a Systematic Approach to Managing
Information ...................................................................................................................................22
Arab Middle East and North Africa Enterprise Application Software Market 2010-2014 Forecast
and 2009 Vendor Shares................................................................................................................22


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Worldwide SMB Smartphone 2010-2014 Forecast: Part 1 of 2 -- Corporate-Liable Shipments..23
Worldwide Service Delivery Platform 2010-2015 Forecast and 2009 Vendor Shares..................23
Worldwide File-Based Storage 2010-2014 Forecast Update........................................................24
Japan Datacenter Network Infrastructure 2010-2014 Forecast and 2009 Analysis.....................25
Storage Is Hot: Virtualization, Data Growth, and Environmental Impact on Costs Will Define
Storage in 2011 .............................................................................................................................25
Turkey Enterprise Application Software Market 2010-2014 Forecast and 2009 Vendor Shares..26
The Taiwanese Smartphone Application IC Market, 4Q 2010......................................................26
U.S. Prepaid Wireless 2010 Vendor Profiles: What Will the Carriers Introduce Next?................27
Business Strategy: Health Insights Country Report for South Korea ...........................................28
France: Data-Related Opportunities Abound in an Otherwise Saturated Market .......................28
Vendor Assessment: HCL's Profile for Asia/Pacific (Excluding Japan) Public Sector.................29
Sub Saharan Africa Network Convergence Market ......................................................................29
Uruguay: Government Protection of DSL to Cause Mobile Connections to Soar........................30
Financial Performance and Strategy Management: Survey of Buyer Priorities for 2011 ............30
Business Analytics Software-as-a-Service Case Study: Market Research Provider Delivers Data
Through the Cloud ........................................................................................................................31
Worldwide WLAN 3Q10 Market Share Update.............................................................................31
Intellisource Private Vendor Watchlist Profile: Simplified Technology Solutions for Healthcare 32
Business Strategy: The State of Collaboration Between Consumer Goods Manufacturers and
Retailers in 2011 ...........................................................................................................................32
Worldwide Supply Chain 2011 Top 10 Predictions .......................................................................33
U.S. Connected Health IT 2011 Top 10 Predictions: The Evolving IT Landscape for Payers and
Providers.......................................................................................................................................33
Australia Outsourcing Services 2010-2015 Forecast and Analysis ..............................................34
Asia/Pacific Healthcare 2011 Top 10 Predictions.........................................................................34
Philippines Communications Usage and Preferences by Vertical Industry, 2009 ........................35
The Taiwanese Feature Phone Application IC Market, 4Q 2010 .................................................35
Mobile Advertising and Marketing - 4th Edition ..........................................................................36
HCL: Vendor Profile Series for Cloud Professional Service Offerings ........................................36
Logistics Digest: Technology 2011 ...............................................................................................37
Global DTT Set Top Box Market: Riding the Digital Airwaves ....................................................38
Information Management Corporation Deploys Archer SmartSuite for Aligning Corporate and IT
GRC Management.........................................................................................................................38
Business Strategy: Asia/Pacific (Excluding Japan) Retailers Point of Sale Technology
Strategies.......................................................................................................................................39
2010 SMB Mobility IT Decision-Maker Survey, Part 3 -- Operator and Device/Plan
Responsiblity Deep Dive ...............................................................................................................40
Japan Desktop Virtualization ROI Analysis by Vertical Segment and Company Size 2010..........41
The Taiwanese Smartphone Industry, 4Q 2010.............................................................................41
Changing Landscape for Healthcare IT Influencing Downstream Storage Architectures and
Spending........................................................................................................................................42
TaKaDu Private Vendor Watchlist Profile: Providing Utilities with Real-Time Control Ove
 Network Events ...........................................................................................................................42
Decision Matrix: Selecting an Identity and Access Management Vendor.....................................43
BT Wholesale ................................................................................................................................44
Japan Cloud Service 2010-2014 Forecast Update .......................................................................44
Japan BI and BA Software 2010-2014 Forecast and 2009 Analysis.............................................45
Vietnam IT and Telecommunications 2011 Top 10 Predictions.....................................................45
Australian Telecommunications 2011 Top 10 Predictions ............................................................46
Worldwide Database Development and Management Tools 2009 Vendor and Segment Analysis 46
IDC Government Insights Asia/Pacific (Excluding Japan) Public Sector 2011 Top 10
Predictions ....................................................................................................................................47
Edge IPK - edgeconnect v5...........................................................................................................47
Vendor Assessment: IDC Short List -- 2010 Electronic Patient Reported Outcome eClinical
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Worldwide Manufacturing 2011 Top 10 Predictions.....................................................................48
Connected Living Room: Internet-enabled TV's and Blu-ray Players..........................................49
Worldwide Mobile Phone Memory Semiconductor 2010-2015 Forecast .....................................49
Proliferative Innovation: A New Game for CIOs..........................................................................50
Acronis - Backup & Recovery 10 Advanced Server Virtual Edition .............................................51
Worldwide Mobile Phone Semiconductor 2010-2015 Forecast....................................................52
Broadband Services: Global Outlook (Second Edition) ...............................................................53
Mobile Messaging 2010 (Mobile Messaging: New Strategies for Monetizing the Mobile Web
(2nd edition)..................................................................................................................................54
Asia Pacific Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) Markets .....................................................55
Telecom Industry Health Check (3Q10): Vendor Financial Results .............................................56
Government and Military Satellite Communications, 7th Edition................................................57
Market Share 3Q10 OC Global Spreadsheet ................................................................................58
Transaction Cost Analysis Raises Its Profile (Strategic Focus)....................................................58
EMEA WAN Manager Survey 2010: EMEA Attitudes Toward VoIP Services...............................59
Top 20 U.S. Yellow Pages Markets 2010-2011..............................................................................59
The Taiwanese Mobile Phone Market, 4Q 2010 ...........................................................................60
Peru: Mobile Data Revenue to Triple by 2015 as 3G Services Increase ......................................60
Delivering Quality Healthcare to the Digital Home: 2010 Update ..............................................61
EMEA WAN Manager Survey 2010: EMEA Attitudes Toward Green IT ......................................61
Best Practices for Using Social Media To Drive Business Outcomes...........................................62
IBM z Series Servers Residual Value Analysis, December 2010...................................................63
World SSL VPN Products Market .................................................................................................63
U.S. Hosting Infrastructure Services 2009 and 1H10 Service Provider Shares ...........................64
U.S. Households Streaming Online Video to the Television 2010-2014 Forecast.........................64
Top 10 Companies in the Norwegian Retail Industry: IT Spending Predictor 2010.....................65
Top 10 Companies in the Norwegian Retail Banking Industry: IT Spending Predictor 2010 ......66
Top 10 Companies in the Norwegian Telecommunications Industry: IT Spending Predictor
2010 ..............................................................................................................................................67
Top Companies in the Danish Capital Markets: IT Spending Predictor 2010..............................68
Top Companies in the Norwegian Travel and Hospitality Industry: IT Spending Predictor 201069
US Business Spending by Size of Business and Vertical, 2009-2014:
Business IP Communications........................................................................................................70
Xsigo Expanding in Europe ..........................................................................................................70
Top 10 Companies in the Danish Energy and Utilities Industry: IT Spending Predictor 2010 ....71
Top Companies in the Portuguese Capital Markets: IT Spending Predictor 2010 .......................72
Global Sweep: NFC Technology to Redefine Smartphone Services .............................................73
Top 10 Companies in the Norwegian Transportation and Logistics Industry:
IT Spending Predictor 2010 ..........................................................................................................74
Malaysia Unified Communications and Collaboration Vendor Analysis 2009.............................75
Business Trends: CRM Technology Investment Strategies 2010/2011 ..........................................76
Japan Enterprise VoIP Equipment and Devices 2010-2014 Forecast and First-Half 2010
Analysis.........................................................................................................................................77
Perspective: ICM in Manufacturing -- Implementing a Pay-for-Performance Culture................77
NAND Technology Adoption in Connected Portable Computing Devices....................................78
Content Management and Sales Enablement Survey Results .......................................................78
Vendor Assessment: ICD-10 Solutions for Healthcare Payers -- Providing a Platform for
Healthcare Reform........................................................................................................................79
Telecoms Vendor Contract Database: December 2010 ................................................................79
EMEA WAN Manager Survey 2010: EMEA Attitudes Toward ICT Services ................................80
Top 10 Companies in the Norwegian Media Industry: IT Spending Predictor 2010 ....................81
West African Broadband Market Tracker......................................................................................82
Systems Integrator Strategies for European Enterprise Mobility .................................................82
HP Networking Equipment Residual Value Forecast, November 2010 ........................................83
North American Managed Mobility Solutions Market - Managing the Growth of Mobility in
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P-to-P Payments at Financial Institutions: Not Micro, Not Mobile, Not Personal ......................84
Top 10 Companies in the Swedish Life Sciences Industry: IT Spending Predictor 2010..............85
Worldwide Storage Networking Infrastrucuture 2010-2014 Forecast: Converged IT
Infrastrucuture Changes the Game and Ushers in 10GbE Solutions............................................86
StoneSoft - StoneGate Management Center ..................................................................................86
Support.com Vendor Profile ..........................................................................................................87
NetApp Residual Value Analysis, October 2010 ...........................................................................87
HP - Application Lifecycle Management ......................................................................................88
Post-recession RPO Becomes a Top Candidate for Growth .........................................................89
Top 10 Companies in the Norwegian Manufacturing Industry: IT Spending Predictor 2010 ......90
Thoughtworks - Agile ALM ...........................................................................................................91
Top 10 Companies in the Swedish Capital Markets: IT Spending Predictor 2010 .......................92
Israel Vertical Markets 2010-2014 Forecast ................................................................................93
Case Study: giffgaff .......................................................................................................................94
Health Check - Key Players in Mobile Healthcare.......................................................................95
Top 10 Companies in the Swiss Energy and Utilities Industry: IT Spending Predictor 2010 .......96
Top 10 Companies in the Swiss Capital Markets: IT Spending Predictor 2010 ...........................97
Top 10 Companies in the Swedish Retail Banking Industry: IT Spending Predictor 2010 ...........98
Top 10 Companies in the Swedish Retail Industry: IT Spending Predictor 2010 .........................99
Top Companies in the Norwegian Life Sciences Industry: IT Spending Predictor 2010 ............100
Pitney Bowes Business Insight - MapInfo Stratus Technology Audit ..........................................101
Top Companies in the Swedish Information Technology Services Industry: IT Spending Predictor
2010 ............................................................................................................................................102
Top Companies in the Swedish Healthcare Industry: IT Spending Predictor 2010 ....................103
Top 10 Companies in the Swedish Energy and Utilities Industry: IT Spending Predictor 2010.104
Distribution Channel Profile: HP...............................................................................................105
Effective IT Management ............................................................................................................106
Tablets and Smart Devices: Forecast for Media and Broadcast.................................................107
Fujitsu: Managed Services for Storage.......................................................................................108
Worldwide Ethernet Switch and Router 3Q10 Market Share Update .........................................108
New Zealand - Telecoms, Mobile, Broadband and Forecasts.....................................................109
3Q10 Capex Spreadsheet: Global...............................................................................................109
Acronis' Potential for Growth in the Data Protection and Recovery Marketplace..................... 110
GLOBAL CONTACTLESS CARD MARKET UPDATE 2010 On The Verge Of A Breakthrough?110
Worldwide Event-Driven Middleware 2010-2014 Forecast and 2009 Vendor Shares................ 111
Higher New Business Starts Almost Offset by Higher Mortality Rates as SOHO Firms
Look to 2011 and Beyond............................................................................................................ 111
Worldwide Wired Communications Semiconductor 2011-2015 Update...................................... 112
Japan Mobile Working Enterprise User Survey 2010................................................................. 112
Worldwide On-Demand CRM Applications 2010-2014 Forecast and 2009 Vendor Shares ....... 113
Cloud Storage Impacted by Datacenter Transfomations and the Changing Role of IT.............. 113
Puerto Rico: Network Improvements, Possible Operator Consolidation and a Capex Bonanza114
World Enterprise Media Gateway Markets................................................................................. 114
Top Companies in the Irish Energy and Utilities Industry: IT Spending Predictor 2010 ........... 115
Top Companies in the Norwegian Information Technology Services Industry:
IT Spending Predictor 2010 ........................................................................................................ 116
Top Companies in the Irish Capital Markets: IT Spending Predictor 2010................................ 117
Top 10 Companies in the Irish Life Sciences Industry: IT Spending Predictor 2010 ................. 118
Top 10 Companies in the Irish Retail Banking Industry: IT Spending Predictor 2010............... 119
Top Companies in the Irish Telecommunications Industry: IT Spending Predictor 2010...........120
Top Companies in the Irish Transportation and Logistics Industry: IT Spending Predictor
2010 ............................................................................................................................................121
Top 10 Companies in the Irish Insurance Industry: IT Spending Predictor 2010 ......................122
Top 10 Companies in the Norwegian Capital Markets: IT Spending Predictor 2010 ................123
Japan IT Security Software 2010-2014 Forecast and 2009 Analysis: Secure Content and Threat
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Top 10 Companies in the Norwegian Healthcare Industry: IT Spending Predictor 2010 ..........125
Telehealth in Europe - From Pilot to Mainstream? ....................................................................126
Top Companies in the Norwegian Insurance Industry: IT Spending Predictor 2010 .................127
2011 Trends to Watch: Application Lifecycle Management ........................................................128
BRIC:Brazil Executive Market Watch 3Q 2010 ..........................................................................128
Worldwide Network Management Software and Appliance 2010-2015 Forecast and 2009 Vendor
Shares..........................................................................................................................................129
Equipment Market Quarterly Update: 3Q10 Spreadsheet..........................................................129
Top 10 Companies in the Norwegian Energy and Utilities Industry: IT Spending Predictor
 2010 ..........................................................................................................................................130
Top 10 Companies in the Irish Manufacturing Industry: IT Spending Predictor 2010 ..............131
2010 Metro Carrier Report Card................................................................................................132
Asia/Pacific Business Analytics Software 2010-2014 Forecast and 2009 Vendor Shares ..........132
Business Strategy: The State of Retailer-Supplier Collaboration in 2010 ..................................133
Worldwide Data Integration and Access Software 2009 Vendor and Segment Analysis.............133
Top 10 Companies in the Australian Construction and Engineering Services Industry:
IT Spending Predictor 2010 ........................................................................................................134
Whither the Australian Government's ICT Reform Agenda? ......................................................135
Worldwide Asset-Oriented Value Chain 2011 Top 10 Predictions ..............................................136
Onzo Private Vendor Watchlist Profile: Providing Utility Companies with Customer Intelligence
Solutions......................................................................................................................................136
Market Share: 3Q10 ON EMEA and AP Subregional Spreadsheet ............................................137
Worldwide and U.S. Research and Development/Product Engineering Services 2010-2014
Forecast: Will the Economic Downturn and Changing Customer Needs Enable Increased
Outsourcing of These Services? ..................................................................................................137
EMEA WAN Manager Survey 2010: EMEA Attitudes Toward Unified Communications and VoIP
Infrastructure ..............................................................................................................................138
Smartphone Futures 2011-2015 ..................................................................................................138
Worldwide Mobile Application Developer Community Size Estimates by OS in 4Q10 ..............139
Croatia Vertical Markets 2010-2014 Forecast............................................................................139
US Business Spending, 2009-2014: Wireless Services Spending By Plan Type, Vertical Market
 and Size of Business ..................................................................................................................140
Top 10 Companies in the Australian Media Industry: IT Spending Predictor 2010 ...................141
Top Companies in the Australian Public Sector - Government: IT Spending Predictor 2010....142
Top 10 Companies in the Australian Wholesale and Distribution Industry: IT Spending Predictor
2010 ............................................................................................................................................143
Top 10 Companies in the Australian Travel and Hospitality Industry: IT Spending Predictor
2010 ............................................................................................................................................144
Top 10 Companies in the Australian Transportation and Logistics Industry:
IT Spending Predictor 2010 ........................................................................................................145
Top 10 Companies in the Australian Telecommunications Industry: IT Spending Predictor
2010 ............................................................................................................................................146
Top 10 Companies in the Australian Retail Banking Industry: IT Spending Predictor 2010 .....147
Optical Components: Market Share by Segment, 2Q10 .............................................................148
Top 10 Companies in the Australian Public Sector - Education: IT Spending Predictor 2010 ..149
Top 10 Companies in the Australian Capital Markets: IT Spending Predictor 2010 .................150
Top 10 Companies in the Australian Life Sciences Industry: IT Spending Predictor 2010 ........151
Top 10 Companies in the Australian Manufacturing Industry: IT Spending Predictor 2010 .....152
Top 10 Companies in the Australian Insurance Industry: IT Spending Predictor 2010 .............153
Top 10 Companies in the Australian Information Technology Services Industry: IT Spending
Predictor 2010 ............................................................................................................................154
Top 10 Companies in the Australian Healthcare Industry: IT Spending Predictor 2010 ...........155
Top 10 Companies in the Australian Energy and Utilities Industry: IT Spending Predictor
2010 ............................................................................................................................................156
Top 10 Companies in the Australian Retail Industry: IT Spending Predictor 2010....................157
The Digitized Medical Image Archiving Outlook to 2015 ..........................................................158



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Cisco Router and Switch Networking Equipment Residual Value Forecast, November 2010 ....158
Worldwide and U.S. Mobile Applications, Storefronts, and Developer 2010-2014 Forecast and
Year-End 2010 Vendor Shares: The Appification of Everything .................................................159
Japan Datacenter Outsourcing 2010-2014 Forecast and 2009 Review: Customer Perception and
Needs...........................................................................................................................................159
The Modern Ballot Box...............................................................................................................160
ICT Services Quarterly Market Share: 3Q10..............................................................................161
Worldwide SMB Smartphone 2010-2014 Forecast: Part 2 of 2 -- Individual-Liable Shipments 161
TELEVISION BUSINESS INTERNATIONAL YEARBOOK 2011 ...............................................162
World Digital Economy - E-Government, E-Health and E-Education Trends............................163
AirWatch Private Vendor Watchlist Profile: Addressing Key Enterprise Mobility Challenges
Through Mobile Device Management and WLAN Management Software .................................164
Best Practices: Capital Project Management in Utilities ...........................................................164
VNPT...........................................................................................................................................165
America Movil.............................................................................................................................166
World EFT POS Terminals Market .............................................................................................167
OSS BSS Transformation in Asia Pacific ....................................................................................167
Strategic Analysis of Logistics Technologies Market in India.....................................................168
Mobile Payments.........................................................................................................................169
EMEA Telepresence and Videoconferencing Forecast 2009-2014..............................................169
The Future of Broadband: Fixed-Mobile Substitution................................................................170
Comprehensive Messaging Package...........................................................................................170
E-Book: Market & Data 2008-2014 ...........................................................................................171
Business Strategy: Health Insights Country Report for Malaysia ..............................................171
Asia/Pacific (Excluding Japan) 2011 Top 10 Predictions...........................................................172
Home Area Networks (HAN) - Analysis and Forecasts ..............................................................172
The Future of CRM Outsourcing in El Salvador ........................................................................173
Bandwidth-intensive Applications for Home/Office Environments: ICT, Assessment
Technologies and Markets ..........................................................................................................173
Peer39 Private Vendor Watchlist Profile: Semantic Advertising Solutions.................................174
Worldwide Software License Life-Cycle Management 2010-2014 Forecast:
Your Assets or Mine? ..................................................................................................................174
Comprehensive RFID Package ...................................................................................................175
Cloud Computing Energy Efficiency: Strategic and Tactical Assessment of Energy Savings and
Carbon Emissions Reduction Opportunities for Data Centers Utilizing SaaS, IaaS, and PaaS 176
Worldwide System Infrastructure Software 2011 Top 10 Predictions .........................................176
North American Enterprise Telephony Equipment Implementation and Management Services
Markets .......................................................................................................................................177
Exploring US healthcare outsourcing in the age of Obama-care ...............................................177
Vendor Assessment: Top 10 Life Science Software Vendors........................................................178
Casenet Private Vendor Watchlist Profile: Health Management as If You Designed It ..............178
2010 SMB Mobility IT Decision-Maker Survey, Part 2 -- Software Deep Dive..........................179
Japan Server 2010-2014 Forecast Update .................................................................................179
2010 U.S. Small and Medium-Sized Business Server Technology and Brand Preferences: 50
Employees Now a Key Transition Point......................................................................................180
Customer Intelligence Through Social Networking in Manufacturing Enterprises in Asia/Pacific
(Excluding Japan).......................................................................................................................180
Deep Packet Inspection Market for Government Sector 2010-2015 ..........................................181
Business Strategy: Cloud Computing in the Insurance Industry ................................................181
Competitive Profiles of Central and Eastern European Vendors Providing Offshore Services, 2010
 ....................................................................................................................................................182
Deep Packet Inspection Market for ISPs 2010-2015..................................................................182
SecureWorks................................................................................................................................183
Automatic Speech Recognition Applications Market 2010-2013................................................183
Australia Banking, Financial Services, and Insurance ICT Market 2010-2014 Forecast
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Indian Biometric Market.............................................................................................................184
Deep Packet Inspection Market 2010-2015................................................................................185
Comparative Analysis of the Baltic States, Russia, and Ukraine with Respect to Offshore
Outsourcing, 2010.......................................................................................................................186
IT Market in Indonesia 2010 - 2014 ...........................................................................................187
Bayer HealthCare Integrates OLTP and DWH Through Oracle Exadata for More Efficient Drug
Information Analysis...................................................................................................................187
Australia Infrastructure 2011 Top 10 Predictions.......................................................................188
Pontis Private Vendor Watchlist Profile: Real-Time Contextual Marketing and
Selling Solution ...........................................................................................................................188
Jive Software Private Vendor Watchlist Profile: Transforming Business by Engaging
Employees, Customers, and the Social Web................................................................................189
WhipTail Tech Private Vendor Watchlist Profile: Improving the Scalability, Efficiency, and
Performance of the Datacenter...................................................................................................189
Perspective: Citizen Adoption of Web Services -- Demographic and Cluster Analysis ..............190
Telecoms Loyalty: Global best practice to attract and retain loyal and delighted customers ....190
Worldwide Digital TV Subscriber and STB Shipment Forecasts, 2010 - 2014 ...........................191
Business Strategy: 2010 Insurance Verticals Survey ..................................................................191
Fixed Line Telecoms - North America (NAFTA) Industry Guide ................................................192
Business Strategy: Notes from the Hong Kong Banking Roundtable..........................................193
Global and China Mobile Phone Baseband Report, 2010..........................................................194
US Ethernet Vertical Markets: A Five-Year Market Forecast.....................................................195
Fixed Line Telecoms - BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India, China) Industry Guide ..............................196
Smart Grid Data Analytics: Business Intelligence, Situational Awareness, and Predictive
Analytics for Utility Customer Information and Grid Operations: Market Analysis and
Forecasts.....................................................................................................................................197
Opportunities in Military Fiber Optics--The 2011 Edition.........................................................198
Fixed Line Telecoms - Global Group of Eight (G8) Industry Guide...........................................199
2011 Trends to Watch: Media and Broadcast Technology ..........................................................200
Analyzing Cloud Computing .......................................................................................................201
The Smart Grid Utility Data Market...........................................................................................202
Mobile Application Download Volume and Revenue Forecast in Western Europe to 2015........203
Japan Contents and Collaborative Applications 2010-2014 Forecast and 2009 Analysis.........203
Hie Electronics Private Vendor Watchlist Profile: The TeraStack Solution, a Better Way to
Manage Data ..............................................................................................................................204
TPAs: The New Trusted Adviser, Part 2 ......................................................................................204
Wireless Telecommunication Services: Global Industry Guide ..................................................205
Global Mobile Application Download Volume and Revenue Forecast to 2015..........................206
Mobile Application Download Volume and Revenue Forecast in Asia-Pacific to 2015 .............207
2011 Outlook for Mobile Applications in India and China: Consumer and Enterprise,
Directions and Growth Forecasts ...............................................................................................208
Fixed Line Telecoms: Global Industry Almanac .........................................................................209
Mobile Application Download Volume and Revenue Forecast in Europe to 2015 .....................210
Fixed Line Telecoms: Global Industry Guide ............................................................................. 211
Mobile Application Download Volume and Revenue Forecast in Eastern Europe to 2015........212
Mobile Application Download Volume and Revenue Forecast in South & Central America to
2015 ............................................................................................................................................213
Mobile Application Download Volume and Revenue Forecast in Middle East & Africa to
2015 ............................................................................................................................................214
Fixed Line Telecoms - Scandinavia Industry Guide....................................................................215
Mobile Application Download Volume and Revenue Forecast in North America to 2015 .........216
Telco KPIs: 2Q10 analysis..........................................................................................................216
Fixed Line Telecoms - Top 5 Emerging Markets Industry Guide ................................................217
The Worldwide Market for Mobile Medical Apps .......................................................................218




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                                                                                       Pub. Date 2010/12/31
Worldwide Capture and Image Management Software 2010-2014 Forecast
and Analysis
Price                                                                                    Published by IDC
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This IDC study provides our market sizing of the capture and image management software market in 2009 and
a 2010-2014 forecast for this market. Historical and forecast revenue data is shown for the total worldwide
market. This study does not contain vendor-specific revenue, market shares, or vendor profiles.

"The capture and image management software market is one of the stronger-growth subsegments of the
overall content management software market," said Melissa Webster, program vice president, Content and
Digital Media Technologies at IDC. "We expect to see continued strong growth in this market over the forecast
period, driven by the need to automate paper-based document processes for improved business process
efficiency and to ensure compliance."

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Business Strategy: Defining the U.S. Landscape for Connected Health
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This IDC Health Insights report examines the evolving connected health market in the United States, defines
connected health terminology, identifies technology and customer segments, and discusses key trends driving
connected health and the impact of legislation on connected health.

"The perfect storm of drivers — health reform, cost, access, increased focus on managing chronic conditions,
and an aging population — will create a tipping point for investment in connected health technologies in the
next five years," states Lynne A. Dunbrack, program director, IDC Health Insights.

Table of Contents

・IDC Health Insights Opinion
・In This Study
・Situation Overview
・The Approach
・Future Outlook
・Essential Guidance
・Learn More
・Figure: Connected Health Ecosystem

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                                                                                         Pub. Date 2010/12/31
Mobile Enterprise Developer Survey, 4Q10
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This IDC study represents an ongoing partnership between IDC and Appcelerator and details the key findings
and analysis of the Mobile Enterprise Survey 4Q10. The survey and this subsequent study will be administered
on a quarterly basis to analyze the plans, interests, and perceptions of developers for enterprise applications.

"Customer demand and the perception that business applications will be a growth area/hot application were
key drivers for the development of mobile business applications," said Stephen Drake, program VP, IDC' s
Mobility and Telecom.

Table of Contents

・IDC Opinion
・In This Study
・Situation Overview
・Future Outlook
・Essential Guidance
・Learn More

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The Taiwanese Server Motherboard Industry, 4Q 2010
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US $ 2200 PDF by E-mail ( Single User License)


This research report presents Taiwanese server motherboard shipment volume and value forecast and recent
quarter review of the Taiwanese server motherboard industry. The report includes server motherboard
shipment volume, shipment value, ASP, volume and share by maker and by price point, and manufacturer
volume ranking. The report also includes shipment by CPU architecture and CPU count. Production locations,
shipment destinations, business types, and customer portfolios are examined as well. The content of this report
is based on primary data obtained through interviews with server motherboard makers. Shipment volume and
value of the Taiwanese server motherboard industry, which saw lukewarm growth in the first half of 2010,
grew significantly in the third quarter of 2010. The Taiwanese server motherboard industry' s shipment volume
and value is anticipated to have continued the growth momentum into the fourth quarter of 2010 and the first
quarter of 2011.

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                                                     2
                                                                                    February 2011

                                                                                       Pub. Date 2010/12/31
Engaging the Canadian Consumer: Digital eHealth, mHealth, and
Remote Medical Monitoring Solutions
Price                                                                                     Published by IDC
US $ 2500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC Insight highlights the activities, trends, and consumer behavior with regard to new consumer digital
ehealth solutions with a focus on mHealth (mobile health) and remote monitoring. This Insight discusses the
technologies shaping the future of healthcare as well as the pain points to consider with respect to
consumer-oriented solutions. It also discusses the findings from a recent consumer survey regarding remote
monitoring of medical conditions, as well as highlights opportunities in the consumer ehealth space in
Canada.

Table of Contents

・IDC Opinion
・In This Insight
・Situation Overview
・Future Outlook
・Figure: Canadians' Search for Health and Medical Information and/or Services Online by Age Group
・Figure: Canadian Consumer Willingness to Pay for the Remote Monitoring of Medical Conditions by Age
Group
・Figure: Canadian Consumer Level of Interest in Remote Monitoring of Medical Conditions
・Figure: Average Monthly Fee Canadians Are Willing to Pay for the Remote Monitoring of Medical
Conditions by Age, 2010

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                                                                                       Pub. Date 2010/12/31
Business Strategy: U.S. Electronic Health and Medical Records
2009-2015 -- Meaningful Use Spending Forecast and Analysis
Price                                                                  Published by Health Industry Insights
US $ 4500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC Health Insights report examines the electronic health records market, with a focus on the U.S.
market and market forces. This document presents the EHR forecast through 2015, when the penalty phase for
failure to demonstrate meaningful use of EHRs begins.

According to Judy Hanover, research director for IDC Health Insights, "The incentives provided by ARRA as
well as the future penalties for non-implementors have clearly tipped the balance toward investment and
driven healthcare providers along a path to implement these technologies at record levels. Incentive payments
will fuel investments in electronic medical records and electronic health records and other enabling
technologies such as computerized physician order entry, health information exchange, and business and
clinical analytics."

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                                                   3
                                                                                   February 2011

                                                                                      Pub. Date 2010/12/31
Worldwide Datacenter Network 2010-2015 Forecast and Analysis
Price                                                                                    Published by IDC
US $ 4500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC study analyzes the key trends shaping the datacenter network market, providing both a forecast and
a competitive analysis. It provides the datacenter network market forecast segmented by the following
geographies: North America, EMEA, Asia/Pacific, and the rest of the world (ROW). It also segments the
forecast by technology and also by customer type. This study presents the key underlying trend assumptions
used in the forecasts.

"Network support of virtualized workloads and converged infrastructures on the road to public and private
clouds will propel the datacenter network market to reach $9.4 billion in 2015." Lucinda Borovick, IDC
program vice president, Enterprise Communications and Datacenter Networks

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                                                                                      Pub. Date 2010/12/31
Worldwide CRM Analytics and Web Analytics Applications 2010-2014
Forecast and 2009 Vendor Shares
Price                                                                                    Published by IDC
US $ 4500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC study examines vendor revenue performance in the CRM analytics and Web analytics software
markets for 2007-2009 and presents a forecast of the market for the total CRM analytics market and the Web
analytics market for 2010-2014.

"The CRM analytics market is breaking free of the confines of only being used by back-office statisticians.
Dashboards representing customer data are bringing analytic results to the knowledge worker," said Mary
Wardley, program vice president for IDC' s CRM Applications Research service. "With the added requirement
to consume social media results, analytics products will go mainstream."

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                                                   4
                                                                                     February 2011

                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/31
Worldwide Business Process Management Software 2010-2014 Forecast
and 2009 Vendor Shares
Price                                                                                      Published by IDC
US $ 4500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC study examines the business process management software and business process management suite
software for the period from 2005 to 2014, with vendor revenue trends and market growth forecasts.
Worldwide market sizing is provided for 2009, with trends from 2005. A five-year growth forecast for this
market is shown for 2010–2014. Revenue and market share of the leading vendors is provided for 2009. The
business process management software market is an aggregation of BPM suites, and process-centric spending
for business rules management software, model-driven development software, and process analytics and other
process software.

"Despite consolidation through acquisitions, there are a large number of vendors that collectively continue to
grow in this market. We expect to increasingly see segmentation and attachment to industries and process
areas to create differentiation," according to Maureen Fleming, program vice president for IDC' s Business
Process Management and Middleware research.

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                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/31
Lithium Technologies Private Vendor Watchlist Profile: Leveraging
Brand Vibrancy Across the Social Web
Price                                                                                      Published by IDC
US $ 3000 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC Vendor Profile analyzes Lithium Technologies, a company playing in the worldwide social platforms
market, and reviews key success factors: market potential, technology/solution, corporate strategy, force
multipliers, and customers. Leveraging IDC' s understanding of the competitive landscape and future outlook,
this document highlights company and market information tailored to the investment professional' s needs.

Table of Contents

・IDC Opinion
・In This Vendor Profile
・Situation Overview
・Future Outlook
・Essential Guidance
・Learn More
・Table: Lithium Technologies Company Snapshot
・Table: Social Platforms M&A Deals
・Table: Lithium Technologies Detailed Funding History
・Figure: Lithium Technologies Watch Factor Score Versus Watch Factor Average Score

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                                                    5
                                                                                     February 2011

                                                                                         Pub. Date 2010/12/31
Worldwide Public Application Development and Deployment as a Service
2009 Vendor Shares
Price                                                                                      Published by IDC
US $ 3500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC study provides 2005-2009 revenue share data for the worldwide public application development and
deployment as a service market. This is a competitive market that looks at all tools used by professional
developers and knowledge workers for development and deployment applications.

The worldwide public application development and deployment as a service (ADDaaS) market is an
interesting amalgamation of functional market segments vendors, products, and technologies. While this study
shows interesting public cloud revenue clusters around business intelligence (BI), testing as a service (TaaS),
and platform as a service (PaaS), there are no more than two or three vendors that have material revenue in
any of these segments. This is the hallmark of an emerging market and suggests the ADDaaS market will
experience high growth over the next several years. This expectation for high growth is supported by
advanced state of application development and deployment (AD&D) and the modest amount that has been
rendered to date in the public cloud.

"The formula for success in the public cloud is a combination of state-of-the-art hardware and software
deployed at scale with management capabilities so that any type of workload can automatically be handled
efficiently and securely within the desired SLA," said Stephen D. Hendrick, group vice president for
Application Development and Deployment Research at IDC. "Vendors that get most of this right have the
potential to massively disrupt the existing IT landscape."

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                                                                                         Pub. Date 2010/12/31
Worldwide Public Cloud Platform as a Service 2009Vendor Shares
Price                                                                                      Published by IDC
US $ 3500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC study provides 2005-2009 revenue share data for the worldwide public cloud application
platform-as-a-service (PaaS) market. This is a competitive market that reports revenue for vendor products
that in either an integrated or a bundled fashion create a platform as a service.

The worldwide public cloud platform-as-a-service market is one of the most hotly contested and watched
markets in the cloud service domain. The PaaS market is following the same deployment path pioneered in the
traditional application development and deployment (AD&D) market — and for good reason. The AD&D
market has shifted over the past 25 years from development to deployment.

"This explains why deployment platforms will become a key battleground for leadership in the cloud and
hence the importance of PaaS," said Stephen D. Hendrick, group vice president for Application Development
and Deployment research. "The formula for success at the high end of PaaS is a combination of
state-of-the-art hardware and software deployed at scale with management capabilities so that any type of
workload can automatically be handled efficiently and securely within the desired SLA."

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                                                    6
                                                                                    February 2011

                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/31
Worldwide Private and Public Cloud Financing 2010-2014 Forecast:
Sizing the Cloud Financing Opportunity for Private and Public Cloud
Price                                                                                     Published by IDC
US $ 12000 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC study provides a more extensive and in-depth analysis of IT leasing and financing market trends,
specifically those affecting public and private cloud financing opportunity.

"IDC expects the IT leasing and financing industry to continue to innovate and evolve. As cloud computing
brings with it a number of structural challenges, this will create market opportunities for those providers
willing and able to explore financing models potentially as radical as cloud computing," states Susan G.
Middleton, research director, TFS.

Table of Contents

・IDC Opinion
・In This Study
・Situation Overview
・Future Outlook
・Essential Guidance
・Learn More
・Table: Comparison of Public and Private Cloud Financing: Life-Cycle Consideration
・Table: Worldwide Financing for Private and Public Cloud Hardware, 2009 2014 ($M)
・Table: Key Forecast Assumptions for the Worldwide Private and Public Cloud Financing Market, 2010
2014

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                                                    7
                                                                                  February 2011

                                                                                     Pub. Date 2010/12/30
Worldwide IT Leasing and Financing 2010-2013 Forecast Update: 4Q10
Trends for the Top 25 Markets
Price                                                                                   Published by IDC
US $ 10000 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC Forecast Update is an update to the IT leasing and financing forecasts published in Worldwide IT
Leasing and Financing 2010–2013 Forecast: Top 25 Geographies (IDC #222236, March 2010). The revised
forecasts and assumption details are included in this document and are based on Worldwide Black Book
Query Tool, Version 3, 2010 (IDC #225505, November 2010).

Table of Contents

・IDC Opinion
・In This Forecast Update
・Methodology
・Future Outlook
・Market Context
・Essential Guidance
・Recommendations for IT Leasing and Financing Companies
・Learn More
・Related Research
・Table: Worldwide IT Spending by Region and Segment, 2005 2013 ($M)
・Table: IT Spending Change by Region and Segment, 2006 2013 (%)
・Table: Worldwide IT Leasing and Financing Revenue by Region and Segment, 2005 2013 ($M)
・Table: Key Forecast Assumptions for the Worldwide IT Leasing and Financing Market, 2010 2013
・Table: Worldwide IT Leasing and Financing Revenue by Region, 2005 2013: Comparison of March 2010
and December 2010 Forecasts ($M)
・Figure: Worldwide IT Leasing and Financing Revenue, 2005 2013: Comparison of March 2010 and
December 2010 Forecasts

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                                                  8
                                                                                     February 2011

                                                                                         Pub. Date 2010/12/30
North American Audio Conferencing Services Markets
Price                                                                          Published by Frost & Sullivan
Please contact us for pricing

This strategic analysis is part of Frost & Sullivan' s continued coverage of the conferencing and collaboration
marketplace. Within this analysis, Frost & Sullivan has identified industry challenges, market drivers,
restraints, competitive trends, revenues, market shares, and key market trends, within the North American
audio conferencing services market. With extensive primary and secondary research, this analysis provides
real-time conferencing and collaboration vendors with a detailed look at the current and changing dynamics
in the fast evolving audio conferencing services marketplace.

Table of Contents

1. Introduction
2. Market Analysis and Major Trends
3. Analysis by Geography
4. Market Share and Competitive Landscape Analysis
5. Unattended Audio Conferencing Services: Market Segment Analysis
6. Attended Audio Conferencing Services: Market Segment Analysis
7. Strategic Conclusions
8. About Frost & Sullivan

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                                                                                         Pub. Date 2010/12/30
Outlook for the Taiwanese Communications Equipment Industry, 2011
and Beyond
Price                                          Published by Market Intelligence & Consulting Institute (MIC)
US $ 1180 PDF by E-mail ( Single User License)


In 2010 the global communications equipment shipment value is estimated to have grown at about 13.4%.
According to MIC (Market Intelligence & Consulting Institute), the shipment value of Taiwan' s
communications industry, including communications component export value, is estimated to have reached
NT$1,283.0 billion (US$42.9 billion; US$1=NT$29.9) in full-year 2010, representing a year-on-year growth
rate of 31%; the full-year shipment value is estimated to reach NT$1,632.5 billion (US$54.6 billion) in 2011,
growing at approximately 27%. This report reviews the development of Taiwan' s communications industry in
2010 and provides an outlook for 2011.

Table of Contents

1. Taiwanese Communications Industry Development
2. Wireless Communications Equipment Industry Shipment Review and Outlook
3. Wired Communications Equipment Industry Shipment Review and Outlook
4. Communications Component Export Shipment Review and Outlook
Appendix

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                                                    9
                                                                                   February 2011

                                                                                       Pub. Date 2010/12/30
Wireless LAN Market Estimates and Forecast by Device and by
Technology, 2009-2015
Price                                                                                  Published by In-Stat
US $ 3995 Excel Spreadsheet - Single User License


The research covers the worldwide market for WLAN by device and by technology.

The research includes:
・Forecasts of WLAN chipset units by market application segment and by 802.11b/g, 802.11n, and 802.11ac.
・Segmentation for computing equipment, including Internet tablets, netbooks, and notebooks
・Segmentation for networking equipment, including access points, external adapters, gateways, and routers
・Segmentation for stationary consumer electronics (CE), including audio receivers, Blu-ray players, digital
media adapters, digital picture frames, digital televisions, DVD players, gaming consoles, networked-attached
storage, personal video recorders, and set-top boxes
・Segmentation for PC peripherals, including ink jet and laser printers
・Segmentation for portable CE, including digital cameras, handheld games, personal digital assistants
(PDAs), portable media players (PMPs), and portable video camcorders
・Segmentation for mobile handsets, mobile hotspots, and automotive applications
・Segmentation for medical/industrial applications

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                                                                                       Pub. Date 2010/12/30
Google 2010: Markets, Products, Competition, and Acquisitions
Price                                                     Published by Paul Budde Communication Pty Ltd.
US $ 1295 PDF by E-mail (Single User License)
US $ 2185 PDF By Email (5 User License)
US $ 3495 PDF by E-mail (Corporate License)

Overview:
This research package includes various reports addressing a wide range of topics: Google competition, new
Google products, new market areas for Google (such as Google in the Cloud), Google acquisitions, and
potential Google acquisitions.

Audience:
・Competitors to Google: Any company that either already has or is contemplating a competing
line-of-business, application, product, service, etc.
・Investor Community: Investment banks, private equity, venture capital, angel fund investors, and any other
entity seeking to invest in any venture that is impacted (positively or negatively) by Google
・Small Companies and Start-up' s: Any small company or start-up that has a new idea or business that could
be impacted (positively or negatively) by Google
・Others: Google continues to expand in depth and breadth of product areas and influence throughout many
industries including search, media, communications, content, telephony, applications, and more. Google
Watch provides a competitive advantage and insights for subscribers.
・Comprehensive Analysis: People interested in this report will also be interested in Google Watch

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                                                    10
                                                                                     February 2011

                                                                                         Pub. Date 2010/12/30
Hong Kong: Content and Value-Added Services Dominate the Market as
Broadband Nears Saturation
Price                                                                    Published by Pyramid Research, Inc.
US $ 990 PDF by E-mail (Single User License)
US $ 1485 PDF by E-mail (Site License)
US $ 1980 PDF by E-mail (Corporate Use License)


Pyramid Research expects the Hong Kong telecom market to generate $4.8bn in 2010, recovering to 2008
levels after a revenue decrease to $4.6 in 2009. This slump was caused by a decrease in mobile voice revenue,
due to intense competition that brought down voice prices. In 2010, however, solid growth in mobile data
usage and a recovery in mobile voice revenue due to increased usage levels will lead the market to renewed
growth. We expect this growth to continue over the next five years, when the territory' s total telecom services
market revenue will advance at a 2.8% CAGR to reach $5.5bn in 2015. Data and content services will lead
this growth, with mobile data services being one of its most important drivers, increasing revenue at a 10%
CAGR between 2010 and 2015 while benefiting from the increased adoption of data-centric devices, such as
3G data cards and smartphones. Mobile voice, however, will continue to be the main source of revenue
throughout the forecast period, with revenue increasing from $1.7bn in 2010 to $1.9bn in 2015. Fixed
broadband services will witness timid growth, as the high fixed broadband penetration level in Hong Kong
limits this service' s potential. Nevertheless, value-added VoIP and pay-TV services will advance rapidly, at
18.3% and 5% CAGRs respectively, benefiting from operators' efforts to increase broadband connection ARPS
and strong FTTx growth.

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                                                                                         Pub. Date 2010/12/29
Australian Quarterly Mobile Device 2010-2014 Forecast and Analysis
(3Q10)
Price                                                                                      Published by IDC
US $ 2500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC study is based on results from IDC' s 3Q10 Quarterly Mobile Device Tracker and indicates a strong
acceleration in demand for smartphones, with feature phones rapidly falling in popularity.

For the first time, in 2Q10, more smartphones were shipped to Australia than feature phones, an iconic
milestone which has been a long time coming.

"In 3Q10, three out of every five new mobile devices shipped to Australia were smartphones, this shows
Australians are increasingly wanting to do more on their mobiles and are turning to smartphones in record
numbers to be entertained, informed, and stay in touch with friends," says Mark Novosel, market analyst,
Telecommunications, IDC Australia.

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                                                    11
                                                                                   February 2011

                                                                                      Pub. Date 2010/12/29
Worldwide Connected Console 2010-2014 Forecast
Price                                                                                    Published by IDC
US $ 4500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC study examines and forecasts global users, households, installed bases, and revenue associated with
connected video game consoles.

"The global connected video game console marketplace is tremendously vibrant and has continued to grow on
multiple fronts including from a revenue perspective despite feeble macroeconomic growth in many major
economies," says Lewis Ward, research manager of IDC' s Gaming service. "With the advent of many more
streaming/download video options and more dynamic online multiplayer options, consoles may not be getting
the attention of iPhone/iPad gaming today, but connected consoles are certainly evolving in directions that
simply aren' t as easy to use nor as compelling on other platforms."

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                                                                                      Pub. Date 2010/12/29
Worldwide Decision Management Software 2010-2014 Forecast: A
Fast-Growing Opportunity to Drive the Intelligent Economy
Price                                                                                    Published by IDC
US $ 4500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC study examines the decision management software market for the period from 2009 to 2014.
Worldwide market sizing is provided for 2009, and a five-year growth forecast for this market is shown for
2010–2014. This study also provides market sizing and forecast for the two primary segments of the decision
management market: project-based decision management and transactional decision management. The study
further segments the market by technology into decision management applications, platforms, and
components.

"The need to gain greater visibility into intra- and intercompany business processes is going to drive
accelerating demand for decision management solutions," according to Maureen Fleming, program vice
president of IDC' s Business Process Management and Middleware research. "The initial focus on
applications or components is not unique to the decision management market. However, the emerging demand
trends are already beginning to push technology vendors toward creation of decision management platforms."

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                                                  12
                                                                                     February 2011

                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/29
Fast-Growing eCommerce Company Picks Progress for Visibility, Process
Standardization
Price                                                                                      Published by IDC
US $ 3500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC Buyer Case Study looks at why a fast-growing, payment processing company adopted business
process management (BPM) and how it selected Progress Software' s Savvion business process management
software to gain visibility into workforce metrics, streamline IT' s support of internal operations, and help
standardize its customer support services.

The Buyer Case Study details the company' s decision to acquire business process management software as a
solution instead of pursuing case management or customer relationship management solutions and looks at
how the company selected Progress Savvion as its BPM vendor. The Buyer Case Study also reviews the human
resources involved in the deployment, results, and lessons learned.

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                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/28
Latin America Network Management Services Markets - Colombia,
Mexico and Venezuela
Price                                                                          Published by Frost & Sullivan
Please contact us for pricing

The Network Management services markets in Colombia, Mexico and Venezuela are expected to experience
constant growth, mainly due to both the advantages of outsourcing LAN services and the expansion of
business and cities that leverage WAN contracts. This research study analyzes the Network Management
Services markets of the Colombian, Mexican and Venezuelan markets. After Brazil, Mexico foster more
developed and mature Network Management services whereas Colombia and Venezuela are still considered a
relatively less developed markets.

Table of Contents

1. Market Overview
2. Colombian Network Management Services Market
3. Mexican Network Management Services Market
4. Venezuelan Network Management Services Market
5. About Frost & Sullivan

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                                                   13
                                                                                      February 2011

                                                                                         Pub. Date 2010/12/28
US Consumer Online Banking Solution Review: It's All in the Eyes of
the Beholder
Price                                                             Published by Mercator Advisory Group, Inc.
US $ 2950 PDF by E-mail (Single User License)


Research reviews the functionality and capabilities of leading online banking solutions and picks the winners

Boston, MA -- Mercator Advisory Group has released the "US Consumer Online Banking Solution Review: It'
s All in the Eyes of the Beholder" research report which reviews the functionality of the leading online banking
solutions and identifies the market leading systems.

The thirteen solutions reviewed serve over 50% of the banks and credit unions in the U.S. and more than 80%
of the institutions with over $500 million in assets. The ten vendors participating include the leading core
banking vendors as well as delivery channel and online banking specialty vendors.

"Online banking adoption continues to grow and someday will challenge the branch for the title of preferred
channel," said Bob Landry, Vice President, Mercator Advisory Group' s Banking Group. "In light of the
revenue challenges brought on by debt avoiding consumers and revenue losses due to harsh new financial
reform regulations, bankers need to do whatever they can to move more of their sales and service interactions
to the low cost online banking channel. All of the solutions reviewed in this report provide a strong foundation
for reliable service and cost reduction. This report identifies those solutions that stand above the rest by
offering an innovative and flexible platform that can support institutions that want to manage their online
banking solution as a competitive weapon rather than a low cost delivery channel."

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                                                                                         Pub. Date 2010/12/28
U.S. Prepaid Wireless 2010-2014 Forecast and 2009 Vendor Shares
Price                                                                                       Published by IDC
US $ 4500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC study examines the market for U.S. wireless prepaid services, analyzing providers by subscribers
and revenue. It discusses recent developments in the U.S. market, highlights offerings by U.S. mobile
operators, and presents a revenue and subscriber forecast for 2010–2014.

"Prepaid wireless services offer consumers a cost-effective alternative to the traditional postpaid model," says
Suzanne Hopkins, research analyst, Mobile Consumer Services. "The demographic of the conventional
prepaid customer base is starting to expand. As mobile operators introduce datacentric devices, prepaid will
offer a tempting alternative to a larger addressable market. Further, it will allow consumers to experiment
with mobile services that they have not considered before."

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                                                    14
                                                                                     February 2011

                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/28
The Taiwanese Feature Phone Industry, 4Q 2010
Price                                          Published by Market Intelligence & Consulting Institute (MIC)
US $ 2115 PDF by E-mail ( Single User License)


This report presents forecast and recent quarter review of Taiwanese feature phone shipment volume, shipment
value, ASP, volume and share by maker and by price point, and manufacturer volume ranking. The report also
includes product mix analyses, including phone type, system technology, display color count mix, embedded
camera and camera array format, and handset shape. Assembly levels, production locations, shipment
destinations, business types, and customer portfolios are also examined. The content of this report is based on
primary data obtained through interviews with feature phone makers. The report finds that Taiwanese feature
phone industry saw significant sequential growth in shipment volume in the third quarter of 2010, and ASP
experienced moderate increase as well. With the increase of shipment volume and ASP, shipment value saw
further growth as a result. Although shipment volume experienced year-on-year declines in the third quarter,
new orders placed by branded vendors are expected to boost the shipment volume in the fourth quarter. It is
forecasted that shipment volume will maintain its sequential growth in the fourth quarter of 2010.

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                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/28
The Global Wireless M2M Market - 3rd Edition
Price                                                                          Published by Berg Insight AB
US $ 2250 Hard Copy
US $ 3375 PDF by E-mail (1 - 5 User License)
US $ 6750 PDF by E-mail (Corporate License)


The Global Wireless M2M Market is the third consecutive report analysing the latest market developments in
all regions of the world.

This strategic research report from Berg Insight provides you with 180 pages of unique business intelligence
including 5-year industry forecasts and expert commentary on which to base your business decisions.

Highlights from the third edition of the report:
・360-degree overview of the M2M ecosystem.
・Updated profiles of the main suppliers of wireless M2M modules and software.
・Reviews of the new M2M initiatives launched by top global mobile operators.
・Summary of industry trends in key vertical market segments.
・Statistical data on M2M adoption in major regions and industries.
・Revised market forecasts lasting until 2015.

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                                                   15
                                                                                   February 2011

                                                                                       Pub. Date 2010/12/27
U.S. Mobile Enterprise Services 2010-2014 Forecast: Business Growth
Continues
Price                                                                                    Published by IDC
US $ 4500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC study examines the U.S. mobile services market and focuses specifically on the adoption of mobility
by businesses. The analysis in this study includes the following:

・A discussion of recent trends in the U.S. mobile business services market
・Business subscriber, revenue, and ARPU forecasts for 2010 2014
・An examination of market characteristics and guidance for mobile operators to leverage the growth
opportunities in the five-year forecast period
"The U.S. mobile business services market will sustain growth in the mobile market as market penetration
approaches 100% saturation,・says Carrie MacGillivray, program manager, Wireless and Mobile Services at
IDC. "Operators will continue to value this critical segment and look to ways that can help grow data revenue
by offering advanced enterprise mobility solutions as well as stretching into other emerging devices and M2M
solutions as a means of maintaining revenue growth.・

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                                                   16
                                                                                         February 2011

                                                                                             Pub. Date 2010/12/27
FIBER OPTIC CONNECTOR & MECHANICAL SPLICE MARKET
FORECAST
Price                                                                               Published by ElectroniCast
US $ 7200 PDF by E-mail (Single user license): individual purchaser can use report.
US $ 7600 PDF by E-mail (Site license): Unlimited users within one corporate location, such as a regional office,
can share report.
US $ 7900 PDF by E-mail (Global license): Unlimited users within the purchasing corporation, for example all
employees of a single company, can share report.


The increasing telecom traffic, both nationally and internationally, prompted service providers to upgrade and
expand their infrastructures in order to accommodate the unprecedented growth in bandwidth demand.

Most of the industrialized nations have completed or are in the process of completing construction of their
backbone fiber networks and are now phasing in local loop links. For local network deployment, businesses
are targeted in the initial phase (fiber to the office, fiber to the curb), then finally fiber to the home. Depending
on the country, optical fiber in the local area access is either all the way to the building (single unit or
multiple dwelling unit/MDU, to the business, etc), or to the other (opposite) extreme optical fiber is still
outside of the country or at the fringes of the country' s border.

The complexity of broadband communication interconnect will increase exponentially over the next decade
and beyond, driving strong demand for fiber optics, SONET, Ethernet, advanced digital cross connect, optical
switching and other broadband products and transport techniques. Ethernet' s introduction as a
transport-network access technology has enabled new revenue generating services such as Business Ethernet
Services and Residential Broadcast Video. The ultimate result will be a tremendous increase in communication
capacity available to subscribers, at a greatly reduced cost per equivalent voice channel. For network
investors, however, there will be many risks and rewards.

In 2006, the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) 802.3 working group formed the Higher
Speed Study Group (HSSG) and found that the growth in bandwidth for network aggregation applications was
outpacing the capabilities of networks employing link aggregation with 10 Gigabit Ethernet.

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                                                      17
                                                                                     February 2011

                                                                                         Pub. Date 2010/12/25
Enabling Operational Efficiency and Product or Service Innnovation:
The Conflicting Requirements of Data Warehousing
Price                                                                                      Published by IDC
US $ 4500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC study presents summary findings for buyer sentiment toward data warehousing initiatives as part of
broader business analytics solutions. The choices for data warehousing technology and deployment
approaches are varied. Making the appropriate decisions about these choices can make or break an
organization' s ability to provide decision support functionality to its business users.

"There are correlations between deployment of a particular data warehousing approach and end users'
satisfaction with their BI/analytics solution and the organization' s competitiveness," said Dan Vesset, vice
president of Business Analytics Solutions Research at IDC. "Data warehousing teams have an important role
to play in enabling greater satisfaction with BI/analytics solutions, which means that the decisions they make
can have a key impact on competitiveness."

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                                                                                         Pub. Date 2010/12/24
Paraguay: Government Decree Improves Competitive Landscape for
Mobile Services
Price                                                                    Published by Pyramid Research, Inc.
US $ 990 PDF by E-mail (Single User License)
US $ 1485 PDF by E-mail (Site License)
US $ 1980 PDF by E-mail (Corporate Use License)


Paraguay has an underdeveloped fixed market that recently saw its Internet segment opened to competition.
This is why we expect fixed VoIP and broadband Internet to be - along with mobile data - its fastest growing
telecom segments.

The telecommunication market in Paraguay will increase by 11.5% in 2010, mainly due to the growth of
mobile voice and data, pay-TV and broadband. Going forward, we expect the market to expand at a 5.7%
CAGR fueled by increases in broadband and mobile data services. We anticipate mobile data services to
represent 19.2% of total revenue by 2015, compared with 11.4% in 2010. On the other hand, fixed broadband
will continue to penetrate households, expanding at a double digit compound rate through the forecast period.

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                                                    18
                                                                                      February 2011

                                                                                         Pub. Date 2010/12/24
Thailand: Despite 3G Setbacks the Mobile Market Will Drive Future
Growth
Price                                                                    Published by Pyramid Research, Inc.
US $ 990 PDF by E-mail (Single User License)
US $ 1485 PDF by E-mail (Site License)
US $ 1980 PDF by E-mail (Corporate Use License)


The Thai telecom market generated $7.2bn in service revenue in 2009, and then rebounded after the economic
contraction to grow 10.6% to $8.0bn in 2010. The CAGR for the 2011-2015 period will continue at a steady
6.4%. Although overall growth will be behind that of its peers in Asia-Pacific, mobile data and fixed
broadband will continue to perform well, growing at a CAGR 23.9% and 19.3%, respectively over the
2010-2015 period.

While the 3G and WiMAX licensing process has become mired in delays, mobile operators have begun trialing
3G services, albeit on a more limited scale. For example, in November CAT Telecom approved plans for Total
Access Communication (DTAC) and True Move to launch 3G HSPA services over the 850MHz spectrum. The
operators are currently in the testing phase.

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                                                                                         Pub. Date 2010/12/24
Accenture: Vendor Profile Series for Cloud Professional Service
Offerings
Price                                                                                       Published by IDC
US $ 3500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC Vendor Profile describes Accenture' s capabilities with respect to its cloud professional service
offerings. IDC examines Accenture' s overall cloud professional services strategy and marketing messages,
major cloud investments and new developments, cloud professional services portfolio, major methods and
tools used in cloud engagements, and key competitive differentiators, strengths, and challenges.

This document is part of a series of vendor profiles that highlight various approaches to the sales and delivery
of cloud professional services.

Table of Contents

・IDC Opinion
・In This Vendor Profile
・Situation Overview
・Future Outlook
・Essential Guidance
・Learn More

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                                                    19
                                                                                    February 2011

                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/24
Worldwide Network-Enabled Entertainment Devices in the Home
2010-2014 Forecast
Price                                                                                     Published by IDC
US $ 4500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC study examines the growth of network-enabled entertainment devices in the home market in the
United States and worldwide, forecasting the shipments and installed base of a variety of network-enabled
entertainment devices, including DVD players and recorders, digital televisions, digital media adapters, audio
devices, and video game consoles.

"While networked entertainment made a big splash in 2010, it has only just begun, with many open questions.
As with the networking and personal computers, the impact of networking on consumer electronics will likely
be both deep and broad and take several years before it becomes clear. The most pressing current concern is
getting consumers familiar with the notion of networked entertainment. However, vendors have a long way to
go toward bringing the networked entertainment experience closer to the nonnetworked one, both in the way
the devices operate and in the way that consumers engage with them," said Jonathan Gaw, research manager
for IDC' s Connected Home program.

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                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/23
Mobile Data Developments in the Middle East, 2010
Price                                                                                     Published by IDC
US $ 4800 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC Insight provides an overview of the mobile data services market in the Middle East. The insight also
analyzes some of the current and prospective drivers and challenges for mobile data growth in the region.

Table of Contents

・IDC Opinion
・In This Insight
・Situation Overview
・Future Outlook
・Table: Middle East Consumer Data Spending Forecast by Country (in USD millions), 20072014
・Figure: Middle East Voice ARPU, 2007 2009
・Figure: Middle East Consumer Mobile Spending Share by Service, 2007 and 2009

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                                                   20
                                                                                    February 2011

                                                                                       Pub. Date 2010/12/23
Digital TV Yearbook 2011
Price                                                               Published by Informa Telecoms & Media
US $ 792 Hard Copy
US $ 1984 1-5 user pdf


“A comprehensive contact directory for the global TV technology business. Puts you in touch with key
decision makers from 189 countries across the globe.” Adam Thomas, Analyst, Informa Telecoms & Media.

The Digital TV Yearbook 2011 does all the hard work for you, keeping you up to date on all developments,
changes and launches across the industry. Whatever you are looking for, if they are in the global TV and
broadband industry, they are listed in the Digital TV Yearbook 2011.

Key Coverage:
・Who are the best people to contact about the increasingly important IPTV sector?
・Want to know how digital TV is progressing in the Middle East and Africa?
・Unsure of who provides the latest TV technology across the globe?
・Do you need help tracking developments in the ever changing European cable business?
It' s a big challenge keeping up with the “who' s who” of the ever-evolving multichannel TV market, so the
Digital TV Yearbook 2011 is the essential information resource that every industry executive should have
access to.

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                                                                                       Pub. Date 2010/12/23
Turkey Vertical Markets 2010-2014 IT Spending Forecast
Price                                                                                     Published by IDC
US $ 8000 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC study provides a detailed overview of IT spending trends and forecasts for 17 vertical markets (or
industry sectors) and 10 product categories, including hardware, packaged software, and services in Turkey.
The study includes an overview of key industry developments – industry challenges, vertical-specific IT
drivers and trends, and tables detailing IT spending by vertical market for each product for the period
2009–2014. Analysis is based on continuous research and monitoring of users' IT spending, emerging
purchasing patterns, and supply and demand-side research.

"Turkey' s future looks promising, with its economic development continuing, backed by the government' s
expansion plans and private sector investments. Moving forward, IT vendors will find significant opportunities
in the home, communications, finance, public sector, and manufacturing verticals." – Research Analyst Jebin
George, IDC Middle East, Africa, and Turkey

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                                                   21
                                                                                   February 2011

                                                                                      Pub. Date 2010/12/23
Business Strategy: Government Agencies Need a Systematic Approach to
Managing Information
Price                                                                    Published by Government Insights
US $ 4500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)

This IDC Government Insights report discusses the need for government to effectively manage its records and
reviews federal government requirements regarding record management, including the guidelines for 2011
Chief FOIA Officer Reports to the Department of Justice.

Information management is a challenge for any industry, and success in government is impacted by not only
the staggering growth of information but also increased regulation, rising litigation, and tight budgets.

"Add unique government requirements to share information to collaborate, foster innovation, and speed
decision making, and a new reality is created — the demand for the democratization of data," says Adelaide
O' Brien, research manager, IDC Government Insights. "Adapting to this current business environment
requires a systematic approach to managing records as information, and as government evolves into digital
records, it requires adapting media-agnostic information management techniques."

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                                                                                      Pub. Date 2010/12/23
Arab Middle East and North Africa Enterprise Application Software
Market 2010-2014 Forecast and 2009 Vendor Shares
Price                                                                                    Published by IDC
US $ 14160 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)

IDC' s study on the Arab Middle East and North Africa EAS market provides a detailed overview of the market
for high-end integrated package software products. This study provides an understanding of the size and
dynamics of three major solutions areas     EAS, CRM, and SCM          in specific Arab countries across the
Middle East and North Africa. The study has been classified into six country/sub-region chapters      Saudi
Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Egypt, North Africa (Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia), OGCC countries (Bahrain,
Kuwait, Oman, Qatar), and Levant (Jordan, Syria, Lebanon). Specifically, the study covers the following:

・An overview of the market for EAS, CRM, and SCM software in revenue terms, with 2009 data and forecasts
through 2014. The analysis comprises an evaluation of trends for applications
・An overview of EAS, CRM, and SCM spending in the MENA region by vertical/sector (Notable trends in
leading sectors are provided, along with MENA forecasts through 2014 for individual verticals/sectors.)
・The impact of political and economic conditions specific to the UAE, KSA, Egypt, Bahrain, Oman, Qatar,
Kuwait, Jordan, Lebanon, Syria, Morocco, Tunisia, and Algeria, and the effect on the respective IT markets
・Verticals/Sectors that are investing in EAS, CRM, and SCM solutions and how future spending patterns will
affect market development
・Overview of the market share of major vendors in the EAS, CRM, and SCM markets for 2009 (Competitors
include both international vendors and local firms, where applicable.)
・Profiles and analysis of major vendors in the software solutions market in the respective
countries/sub-regions

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                                                  22
                                                                                   February 2011

                                                                                      Pub. Date 2010/12/23
Worldwide SMB Smartphone 2010-2014 Forecast: Part 1 of 2 --
Corporate-Liable Shipments
Price                                                                                   Published by IDC
US $ 4500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC study provides market definitions, market sizing, a five-year forecast, and market analysis for
corporate-liable smartphones being used in small and medium-sized businesses (businesses with fewer than
1,000 employees). The forecast is segmented by region: the United States, Western Europe, Asia/Pacific
(excluding Japan), Japan, and the rest of the world (ROW). It also includes segmentation by company size:
0–99 employees, 100–499 employees, and 500–999 employees.

"Corporate adoption continues to grow among small and medium-sized businesses, as increasing individual
liability challenges IT departments to maintain control of company data," says Timothy Doherty, research
analyst, Small and Medium Business Markets: Mobility at IDC. "On top of this, a surge in smartphone
procurement is occurring, thanks to purchase delays during the recent economic doldrums."

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                                                                                      Pub. Date 2010/12/23
Worldwide Service Delivery Platform 2010-2015 Forecast and 2009
Vendor Shares
Price                                                                                   Published by IDC
US $ 4500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC study forecasts the size of the worldwide service delivery platform market for 2010–2015 and
provides vendor shares for 2009.

According to Elisabeth Rainge, program director, NGN Operations, "IDC forecasts this market will total $3.7
billion in 2015 and will experience a compound annual growth rate of 19.0% for 2010–2015."

Table of Contents

・IDC Opinion
・In This Study
・Situation Overview
・Future Outlook
・Essential Guidance
・Learn More

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                                                  23
                                                                                   February 2011

                                                                                       Pub. Date 2010/12/23
Worldwide File-Based Storage 2010-2014 Forecast Update
Price                                                                                    Published by IDC
US $ 6000 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC Forecast Update provides updated worldwide revenue and capacity forecasts for major file-based
storage (FBS) segments (e.g., file servers, NAS appliances, and scale-out file- and object-based storage
systems). With the continued growth in rich content and unstructured data in many industries, file-based
storage is one of the most critical new drivers of storage industry development and market expansion. For a
full discussion of the forecast methodology and definition of terms, see Worldwide File-Based Storage
2010–2014 Forecast: Consolidation, Efficiency, and Objects Shape Market (IDC #223558, June 2010).

Table of Contents

・IDC Opinion
・In This Forecast Update
・Future Outlook
・Essential Guidance
・Learn More
・Table: Key Forecast Assumptions for the Worldwide File-Based Storage Market, 2010 2014
・Table: Worldwide File-Based Storage Revenue by Segment, 2007 2014 ($B)
・Table: Worldwide File-Based Storage Revenue Share by Segment, 2007 2014 (%)
・Table: Worldwide File-Based Storage Capacity Shipments by Segment, 2007 2014 (EB)
・Table: Worldwide File-Based Storage Capacity Shipments Share by Segment, 2007 2014 (%)
・Table: Worldwide File-Based Storage Revenue, 2007 2014: Comparison of June 2010 and December 2010
Forecasts ($B)
・Figure: Worldwide File-Based Versus Block-Based Storage Capacity Shipments, 2007 2014
・Figure: Worldwide File-Based Storage Revenue, 2007 2014: Comparison of June 2010 and December
2010 Forecasts

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                                                   24
                                                                                      February 2011

                                                                                          Pub. Date 2010/12/22
Japan Datacenter Network Infrastructure 2010-2014 Forecast and 2009
Analysis
Price                                                                                       Published by IDC
US $ 5000 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC study analyzes the market trend and future outlook of Japan datacenter network infrastructure
market. In 2009, Japan datacenter network infrastructure market was affected by sluggish corporate
investment and the sales was decreased, but it is forecast to continue its positive growth starting from 2010.
Even in a long term, the continuous trend of IT infrastructure consolidation toward datacenters will be the
base for growth. IDC believes the market will expand due to increasing port shipment and demand shift
toward acceleration or high performance equipments.

"Datacenter network solutions based on these three points — resource efficiency, maintaining operation
manageability, and supporting server virtualization — should be built in the Japan datacenter network
infrastructure market for the future. Resource efficiency such as improving port utilization rate and lowering
power consumption, eliminating network complexity as much as possible, and increasing operation
manageability, as well as supporting issues that occur in virtualized server environments, are required.
Products and functions development should proceed in line with these three points of view, and continuing the
collaboration between software and server vendors are the prerequisites that drive the market," says Kenichi
Kusano, communications market analyst, IDC Japan.

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                                                                                          Pub. Date 2010/12/22
Storage Is Hot: Virtualization, Data Growth, and Environmental Impact
on Costs Will Define Storage in 2011
Price                                                                                       Published by IDC
US $ 3500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC study is a compilation of predictions for 2011 made by the storage systems and storage software
analysts.

"The amount of information that needs to be stored, protected, and organized is not decreasing; so delivering
storage is becoming more complicated and challenging due to the demands of new use cases, virtualization,
and data retention requirements." Noemi Greyzdorf, research manager, Storage Systems

Table of Contents

・Predictions
・In This Study
・Situation Overview
・Future Outlook
・Essential Guidance
・Learn More

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                                                    25
                                                                                      February 2011

                                                                                          Pub. Date 2010/12/22
Turkey Enterprise Application Software Market 2010-2014 Forecast and
2009 Vendor Shares
Price                                                                                       Published by IDC
US $ 8960 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)

This IDC study provides a detailed overview of the Turkey market for integrated enterprise application
software (EAS) suites. EAS vendors tracked in this study include IAS, IFS Turk, Microsoft, Likom, Logo
Business Solutions, Oracle, Netsis, SAP, Soft Yazilim and others

This study provides detailed qualitative and quantitative information, analysis, and forecasts that help to
answer the following key questions:

・What are the defining characteristics of the Turkey EAS market?
・What is the current size of the EAS market in Turkey, and what is the forecast potential of the market?
・What is current spending on EAS software in Turkey in the various vertical markets and end-user segments?
・Who are the leading players in the EAS market in Turkey, and how are they positioning themselves to
capitalize on market potential?
・Which industry segments are investing in EAS solutions, and how will future spending patterns affect market
development?
・What are the defining characteristics of the EAS installed base in Turkey in terms of vertical markets and
end-user market segments?
・How will the political and economic conditions specific to Turkey affect the market?
・"As business objectives and IT become increasingly linked, EAS vendors must become more familiar with
their clients' needs. Business understanding is necessary in order to promote value-added solutions and
provide real and measurable value. CIOs are now asked to prove the concrete benefits of all projects, and as
such, are placing greater emphasis on the ROI and TCO benefits of any potential EAS initiatives.・      Senior
Regional Analyst Mukesh Chulani, IDC Middle East, Africa, and Turkey

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                                                                                          Pub. Date 2010/12/22
The Taiwanese Smartphone Application IC Market, 4Q 2010
Price                                          Published by Market Intelligence & Consulting Institute (MIC)
US $ 2040 PDF by E-mail ( Single User License)

This research report presents market size and value forecast and recent quarter review of the Taiwanese
Smartphone baseband, transceiver, power amplifier, application processor, GPS IC, Bluetooth IC, and Wi-Fi
IC markets. The report includes baseband, transceiver, power amplifier, application processor, GPS IC,
Bluetooth IC, and Wi-Fi IC market volume, value, ASP, and market share by solution provider. The content of
this report is based on primary data obtained through interviews with Smartphone component makers. The
report finds that Taiwanese Smartphone application IC market volume and value, seeing a strong pick-up in
the second quarter of 2010, continued the growth momentum into the third quarter, with its third-quarter
shipment volume and value growth hitting 97.7% and 98.5%, respectively, compared to that achieved in the
second quarter of 2010. It is anticipated that Taiwanese Smartphone application IC market volume and value
will continue to witness double-digit year-on-year and sequential growth in the fourth quarter of 2010 and
will eventually post triple-digit year-on-year growth in the first quarter of 2011.

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                                                    26
                                                                                     February 2011

                                                                                         Pub. Date 2010/12/22
U.S. Prepaid Wireless 2010 Vendor Profiles: What Will the Carriers
Introduce Next?
Price                                                                                      Published by IDC
US $ 3500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC study examines the prepaid wireless industry in the United States. It provides an overview of the
prepaid wireless market and a competitive analysis of operator strategies and offerings in the United States,
while also presenting some insight into future developments.

"U.S. wireless carriers have introduced strong prepaid strategies in 2010. As the prepaid landscape continues
to evolve, carriers will need to continue to revise their strategies addressing pricing and service plans to
remain competitive. Prepaid users are no longer satisfied with cheaper wireless plans; they are looking for
services traditionally offered in postpaid plans," says Suzanne Hopkins, research analyst, Mobile Consumer
Services.

Table of Contents

・IDC Opinion
・In This Study
・Situation Overview
・Future Outlook
・Essential Guidance
・Learn More
・Figure: U.S. Wireless Subscriber Share by Subscription Type, 2010
・Figure: U.S. Prepaid Wireless Subscriber Share by Mobile Operator, 3Q10
・Figure: U.S. Wireless Net Subscriber Additions and Losses by Mobile Operator, 2010

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                                                                                     February 2011

                                                                                         Pub. Date 2010/12/22
Business Strategy: Health Insights Country Report for South Korea
Price                                                                   Published by Health Industry Insights
US $ 4500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC Health Insights report discusses South Korea' s rapidly growing healthcare market and established
leadership position in medical tourism has been a key driver in the local healthcare industry. Notably, the
country registered the greatest gains in life expectancy of 28 years between 1960 and 2008 as compared with
other OECD member countries.

"The government' s efforts in creating an exportable u-Health model have been not as successful and have not
managed to create large-scale transformations in the healthcare landscape. Sociopolitical difficulties such as
insufficient privacy and security legislation, immaturity of healthcare technologies, and overwhelming
medical costs are hindering the rapid development of the u-Health landscape," notes Gerald Wang, senior
market analyst at IDC Health Insights. "Imminent challenges foreseen in South Korea' s healthcare system
include reforming the payment system, reducing drug expenditures, moving long-term and chronic care away
from hospitals, promoting healthy aging, and introducing regulatory gatekeepers," he adds.

"Overall, South Korea' s healthcare market lacks an optimistic outlook. However, current u-Health policies
and initiatives under review are expected to potentially bring about radical healthcare IT reforms," Jennifer
Ha, senior market analyst for IDC Korea adds. "With the government envisioning u-Health to bring about
lower healthcare costs and more innovative healthcare services, we expect more and more local healthcare
providers to follow suit by leveraging advanced IT infrastructures in South Korea," she adds.

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                                                                                         Pub. Date 2010/12/22
France: Data-Related Opportunities Abound in an Otherwise Saturated
Market
Price                                                                    Published by Pyramid Research, Inc.
US $ 990 PDF by E-mail (Single User License)
US $ 1485 PDF by E-mail (Site License)
US $ 1980 PDF by E-mail (Corporate Use License)


We expect the French telecom market to generate € 45.4bn ($57.1bn) in service revenue in 2010, a 3.5%
increase over 2009. Over the next five years, we forecast the overall market to grow at a CAGR of 2.2%,
representing a cumulative service revenue opportunity of € 289bn ($349bn).

While both the fixed and mobile data segments show continuous growth, total voice revenue (fixed and
mobile) will demonstrate a cumulative annual growth rate of -.8% between 2010-2015, declining from € 26.5
($33.3bn) to € 22.9bn ($27.9bn), respectively. The main driver behind this development is the progressive
replacement of circuit-switched with voice over IP (VoIP) via cable, DSL and fiber networks. Thus, we expect
VoIP to account for 45% of fixed telephony lines in 2010, increasing to 66% in 2015. Broadband is a key
service, and although consolidation has reduced the number of players, the focus on next-generation
technologies (i.e., fiber, DOCSIS 3.0, HSDPA+ and LTE) will be central to its long-term success. All operators
also offer service bundling. Indeed, France is one of the most advanced markets in the world in terms of
multiplay services adoption.

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                                                    28
                                                                                    February 2011

                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/22
Vendor Assessment: HCL's Profile for Asia/Pacific (Excluding Japan)
Public Sector
Price                                                                     Published by Government Insights
US $ 4500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


HCL has transformed its scope of public sector services, emerging from the image of a domestic market in
India, gradually establishing a stronger brand name to be noted for governments. This report assesses HCL' s
operations, products and services, and growth in the Asia/Pacific (excluding Japan) public sector.

"HCL Technologies is poised to compete in the region to undertake more complex transformation-related
systems integration and managed services engagements typically characterized by public sector projects,"
says Janet Chiew, research manager, IDC Government Insights. "The company' s flexibility and open view
toward outcome-based contracting is a characteristic that will be well-appreciated by governments in their
bid to address greater efficiencies and as part of business and technology risks mitigation. That will be a
strong value proposition for HCL as the company enters the Asia/Pacific marketplace active with local
vendors familiar with language and culture of the region."

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                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/21
Sub Saharan Africa Network Convergence Market
Price                                                                         Published by Frost & Sullivan
US $ 8000 Web Access (Regional License)
US $ 8500 Hard Copy & Web Access (Regional License)


This research service presents an analysis of the network convergence market in selected countries in the sub
Saharan African region. The study covers the convergence of fixed and mobile network platforms as well
convergence of voice, broadband and IPTV services to form dual-play, triple-play and quadruple-play
services. It highlights key opportunities arising from convergence and presents recommendations of the
optimal paths for the migration of legacy ATM networks to converged IP based platforms. The study presents
a forecast of the convergence market and key Market Engineering measurements such as the CAGR of
dual-play subscribers.

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                                                   29
                                                                                     February 2011

                                                                                         Pub. Date 2010/12/21
Uruguay: Government Protection of DSL to Cause Mobile Connections to
Soar
Price                                                                    Published by Pyramid Research, Inc.
US $ 990 PDF by E-mail (Single User License)
US $ 1485 PDF by E-mail (Site License)
US $ 1980 PDF by E-mail (Corporate Use License)

At the end of 2010, total service revenue for the telecom sector is expected to reach US$1.17 billion, growing
at a 4.4% CAGR over the next five years. Mobile data, which at the end of 2010 is expected to generate 20.1%
of total telecom revenues in the country, will overtake mobile voice as the greatest revenue contributor in 2015,
generating 31.8% of total revenue for the sector. Although we expect fixed circuit-switched voice and mobile
voice segments to lose weight over the next five years, they will still generate a significant share of total
revenue by 2015; 31.5% and 15.2% respectively. The broadband segment will continue to grow during the
next five years at a 4.3% CAGR, maintaining its weight in the sector. IPTV and Fixed VoIP will be the fastest
growing businesses over the next five years, but will remain low-revenue generating lines, accounting for just
0.3% and 0.2% of total revenue by year-end 2015.

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                                                                                         Pub. Date 2010/12/21
Financial Performance and Strategy Management: Survey of Buyer
Priorities for 2011
Price                                                                                       Published by IDC
US $ 4500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)

This IDC study presents findings on performance management support plans based on an end-user survey
conducted in 2010. The study shows priorities for investment by financial performance management and
strategy software module.

"The survey results point to a positive year ahead for the FPSM software market," said Brian McDonough,
research manager for IDC' s Business Analytics Solutions Service. "Vendors still need to do more to convince
organizations of the benefits of implementing cross-functional performance management initiatives, which is
shown to increase organizational competitiveness."

Table of Contents
・IDC Opinion
・In This Study
・Situation Overview
・Future Outlook
・Essential Guidance
・Learn More
・Table: Plans to Purchase Software to Support a Formal, Cross-Functional Performance Management
Methodology (% of Respondents)
・Table: Status and Plans for Financial Performance and Strategy Management Modules (% of Respondents)
・Table: Expected Level of Change in the Number of Analytics Users
・Table: Expected Level of Change in the Number of Analytics Initiatives

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                                                    30
                                                                                    February 2011

                                                                                       Pub. Date 2010/12/21
Business Analytics Software-as-a-Service Case Study: Market Research
Provider Delivers Data Through the Cloud
Price                                                                                     Published by IDC
US $ 3500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC Buyer Case Study highlights the experience of one customer of a business analytics SaaS offering. It
discusses why the technology was chosen and what the experience of using the platform has been like, and it
also examines the lessons learned from the experience.

Table of Contents

・IDC Opinion
・In This Buyer Case Study
・Situation Overview
・Essential Guidance
・Learn More

                                                                http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/143149

                                                                                       Pub. Date 2010/12/21
Worldwide WLAN 3Q10 Market Share Update
Price                                                                                     Published by IDC
US $ 3500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC update reviews 3Q10 manufacturing revenue and shipments in the wireless LAN (WLAN)
infrastructure market (excluding WLAN NICs) and shows the quarter-over-quarter (q/q) and year-over-year
(y/y) changes.

Table of Contents

・In This Update
・Learn More
・Table: Worldwide WLAN Market Manufacturing Revenue by Segment, 2007 2009 and 1Q10 3Q10 ($M)
・Table: Worldwide WLAN Enterprise-Class Equipment Manufacturing Revenue by Vendor, 3Q09, 2Q10, and
3Q10
・Table: Worldwide WLAN Retail-Class Equipment Manufacturing Revenue by Vendor, 3Q09, 2Q10, and 3Q10

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                                                                                      February 2011

                                                                                          Pub. Date 2010/12/21
Intellisource Private Vendor Watchlist Profile: Simplified Technology
Solutions for Healthcare
Price                                                                                       Published by IDC
US $ 3000 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC Vendor Profile analyzes Intellisource Healthcare Solutions, a company playing in the healthcare IT
(HCIT) market, and reviews key success factors: market potential, technology/solution, corporate strategy,
force multipliers, and customers. Leveraging IDC' s expert understanding of the competitive landscape and
future outlook, this document highlights company and market information tailored to the investment
professional' s needs.

Table of Contents

・IDC Opinion
・In This Vendor Profile
・Situation Overview
・Future Outlook
・Essential Guidance
・Learn More
・Table: Intellisource Healthcare Solutions Company Snapshot
・Table: HCIT M&A Deals, July 2008 June 2010
・Figure: Intellisource Watch Factor Scores Versus Watch Factor Average Score

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                                                                                          Pub. Date 2010/12/21
Business Strategy: The State of Collaboration Between Consumer Goods
Manufacturers and Retailers in 2011
Price                                                                     Published by Manufacturing Insights
US $ 4500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC Manufacturing Insights report presents our view on the state of collaboration between consumer
products (CP) manufacturers and retailers, starting with an economic review and followed by analysis of
areas where we see either the highest current level of collaboration or the greatest future potential for
collaboration. The report concludes with a look at the future of collaboration for retailers and their trading
partners, along with insights on where companies should focus their collaborative efforts.

"It is our view that retail-CP collaboration is turning a corner, as collaboration becomes more organic to
processes, occurring very naturally — not because we want to force silos or organizations to collaborate, but
because our processes simply become collaborative, akin to the way that Facebook and text messaging have
become a primary means of communication for many social circles." — Simon Ellis, practice director, Global
Supply Chain Strategies, IDC Manufacturing Insights

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                                                                                     February 2011

                                                                                         Pub. Date 2010/12/21
Worldwide Supply Chain 2011 Top 10 Predictions
Price                                                                    Published by Manufacturing Insights
US $ 4500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)

This IDC Manufacturing Insights report presents IDC Manufacturing Insights' annual top 10 supply chain
predictions.

"The consensus among manufacturing executives is that recovery is under way, but a considerable amount of
uncertainty exists regarding the degree and speed of that recovery. This has a significant impact on supply
chain organizations, which must drive forward with new capabilities, but better manage complexity through
less complicated business processes and IT application consumption," says Simon Ellis, practice director,
Global Supply Chain Strategies for IDC Manufacturing Insights.

Table of Contents

・Predictions
・In This Study
・Situation Overview
・Future Outlook
・Essential Guidance
・Learn More

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                                                                                         Pub. Date 2010/12/21
U.S. Connected Health IT 2011 Top 10 Predictions: The Evolving IT
Landscape for Payers and Providers
Price                                                                   Published by Health Industry Insights
US $ 4500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)

This IDC Health Insights report discusses our predictions for the U.S. connected health IT market in 2011. It
attempts to help alleviate uncertainty by giving payers and providers a guide to focus on the key technologies.

"As we enter 2011, U.S. providers and payers will be challenged to make transformative changes to care
delivery and business models to respond to ARRA and PPACA," states Lynne A. Dunbrack, program director,
IDC Health Insights. "Connected health IT technologies will be essential for providing patient-centered,
outcomes-focused healthcare."

Table of Contents

・Predictions
・In This Study
・Situation Overview
・Future Outlook
・Essential Guidance
・Learn More

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                                                                                     February 2011

                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/21
Australia Outsourcing Services 2010-2015 Forecast and Analysis
Price                                                                                      Published by IDC
US $ 4500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC study provides assessment of the 2009 market in Australia for information system outsourcing (ISO)
services as well as forecasts for 2010–2015. There has been an increase in the number of discrete outsourcing
contracts in late 2009 and early 2010 involving hosted application management, as well as managed storage
services. IDC expects hosted application management and datacentre outsourcing services to continue to be
of importance in 2010 and businesses looking to engage with vendors for discrete services contracts.

Outsourcing contracts had the most amount of deals signed in long term than medium-term period. Average
outsourcing contracts had shorter range-bound contract period of 4.34 years, which is indicative of the
contract tenure over which businesses can realise cost savings and return on investments (ROIs). "Market
outsourcing vendors need to differentiate their outsourcing strategies to cater to a variety of customers'
business goals as customers are trending towards benefiting from cost slashing whilst achieving their strategic
goals deriving from high-quality value-added services," says Marina Beale, research manager, IDC Australia.

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                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/21
Asia/Pacific Healthcare 2011 Top 10 Predictions
Price                                                                   Published by Health Industry Insights
US $ 4500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC Health Insights presents our 2011 top 10 predictions for the Asia/Pacific healthcare sector. This
study discusses key issues, conditions, and challenges that healthcare officials and organizations must address
as they perform their roles and responsibilities in IT strategic planning, investment decision making, and
technology program delivery.

"While recovering from budget cuts during the economic crisis, healthcare providers have ultimately benefited
from the governments' increased infrastructure spending through economic stimulus packages. Nevertheless,
the recovering economy in recent times has translated into a renewed spending power of consumers, which
meant more patients are returning for non-acute treatments and preventive health packages. This also meant
the revival of the medical tourism industry," says Gerald Wang, senior market analyst, IDC Government
Insights Asia/Pacific. "With the strong voice from the line of business (i.e., healthcare professionals),
healthcare-specific and clinical solutions such as; electronic medical record (EMR)/electronic health record
(EHR) systems, health information exchange (HIE) initiatives, hospital and clinical information systems,
picture archival and communications systems (PACS), and computerized physician ordering entry systems will
receive attention."

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                                                                                     February 2011

                                                                                         Pub. Date 2010/12/21
Philippines Communications Usage and Preferences by Vertical Industry,
2009
Price                                                                                      Published by IDC
US $ 2500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC study used the results of IDC' s Asia/Pacific Communications Survey, 2009 to identify the trends in
corporate data and Internet access services uptake, network expenditure, and outsourcing by vertical industry
in the Philippines. It also examines the budget and SP preferences of companies in the different verticals.

"The Philippine economy is starting to pick up from the crisis that the country faced last year. Companies from
different verticals are now more willing to invest in ICT products and services to improve their business
processes. However, these businesses are now more particular about the cost of the service and the unique
value-added services that SPs can offer. The challenge now is for SPs is which of them can offer the best bang
for the buck for their customers," says Adeb Byron Rabelas, associate market analyst, Telecommunications
Research, IDC Philippines.

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                                                                                         Pub. Date 2010/12/20
The Taiwanese Feature Phone Application IC Market, 4Q 2010
Price                                          Published by Market Intelligence & Consulting Institute (MIC)
US $ 2340 PDF by E-mail ( Single User License)


This research report presents market size and value forecast and recent quarter review of the Taiwanese
feature phone baseband, transceiver, power amplifier, and Bluetooth IC markets. The report includes
baseband, transceiver, power amplifier, and Bluetooth IC market volume, value, ASP, and market share by
solution provider. The content of this report is based on primary data obtained through interviews with feature
phone component makers. The report finds that Taiwanese feature phone application IC market volume and
market value both witnessed double-digit sequential growth but suffered from year-on-year declines in the
third quarter of 2010. Market volume of EDGE baseband processors grew significantly and upheld the
baseband processor ASP as a whole. MediaTek continued to dominate the baseband processor market in the
third quarter, followed by EMP and NXP platforms. It is anticipated that Taiwanese feature phone application
IC market volume and market value will grow constantly in the fourth quarter of 2010 and growth momentum
is expected to continue into the first quarter of 2011.

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                                                                                    February 2011

                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/20
Mobile Advertising and Marketing - 4th Edition
Price                                                                          Published by Berg Insight AB
US $ 1500 Hard Copy
US $ 2250 PDF by E-mail (1 - 5 User License)
US $ 4500 PDF by E-mail (Corporate License)


Mobile Advertising and Marketing is the fourth consecutive report analysing the rise of mobile advertising on
the global market.

This strategic research report from Berg Insight provides you with 170 pages of unique business intelligence
and expert commentary on which to base your business decisions.

This report will allow you to:
・Identify tomorrow' s most profitable advertising opportunities in the mobile space.
・Understand the fundamentals of the ad-based mobile media revenue models.
・Recognise the key enablers of growth in the mobile advertising market.
・Comprehend the relative importance of digital channels compared to other advertising media.
・Learn about the experiences of mobile marketing campaigns by top global brands.
・Profit from valuable insights about ad-funded business models for mobile operators.

                                                                 http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142915

                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/20
HCL: Vendor Profile Series for Cloud Professional Service Offerings
Price                                                                                     Published by IDC
US $ 3500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC Vendor Profile looks at HCL by describing the company' s capabilities with respect to its cloud
professional service offerings. IDC examines HCL' s overall cloud professional services strategy and
marketing messages, major cloud investments and new developments, cloud professional services portfolio,
major methods and tools used in cloud engagements, and key competitive differentiators, strengths, and
challenges.

Table of Contents

・IDC Opinion
・In This Vendor Profile
・Situation Overview
・Future Outlook
・Essential Guidance
・Learn More

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                                                                                     February 2011

                                                                                         Pub. Date 2010/12/20
Logistics Digest: Technology 2011
Price                                                                                 Published by Analytiqa
US $ 3350 Electronically via Analytiqa Interactive (Single User License)
US $ 5025 Electronically via Analytiqa Interactive (Site User License)
US $ 6700 Electronically via Analytiqa Interactive (Regional License)
US $ 10050 Electronically via Analytiqa Interactive (Enterprisewide License)


Features:
・Detailed supply chain analysis
・Benchmark and track key indicators
・Rank 3PL performance by activity
・Identify key operational datapoints
・Understand in-house v outsourced dynamics
Part of a unique and comprehensive series of critical sector intelligence digests that analyse key supply chain
characteristics across industry sectors. Based on quantitative and qualitative data obtained on a primary
basis by interviewing logistics customers operating within Europe.

The Logistics Digest: Technology Sector Intelligence 2011 report provides a comprehensive overview of the
operational characteristics and supply chain trends affecting the Technology sector within Europe.

Who will this report benefit?
Anybody needing to understand what the market requirement might be for a more efficient supply chain in
2011 and beyond. Contract logistics providers; Retailers; Manufacturers; Freight Forwarders; Express &
Parcel operators; Road hauliers; Professional Service organisations. Vehicle manufacturers; Tyre
manufacturers; Software & Technology providers.

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                                                                                  February 2011

                                                                                     Pub. Date 2010/12/20
Global DTT Set Top Box Market: Riding the Digital Airwaves
Price                                                                                Published by In-Stat
US $ 3495 PDF and Excel File by E-mail (Single User License)


Digital Terrestrial TV (DTT) broadcasting has become a worldwide phenomenon. The DTT Set Top Box
market continues to expand, as countries migrate from Standard Definition (SD) TV to High Definition (HD)
programs, and Digital Video Recorders become more important. New Hybrid Broadcast Broadband services
will also contribute to long-term growth.

Our top-line findings are:
・Europe is embracing High Definition
・Latin America and China will drive near-term growth
・DVB-T2 will provide a second growth phase for Europe
・Africa and Latin America will “leapfrog” directly to MPEG-4 HD.
Europe is beginning to support High Definition DTT services. France, Italy, and Spain have launched DVB-T
services that include MPEG-4 High Definition and Premium (Pay-TV) upgrades. The UK has launched new
DVB-T2 services, and the Southern African Development Community (SADC) has formally endorsed DVB-T2
with MPEG-4 HD. Brazil has convinced most of Latin America to use SBTVD-T with MPEG-4 HD and
Mobile features.

Semiconductor TAM for all DTT STBs will exceed US$ 500 Million in 2014. The worldwide annual value of
all DTT STBs shipping will be very close to US$ 6 Billion in 2014. DTT STBs are part of In-Stat' s
world-leading Set Top Box coverage.

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                                                                                     Pub. Date 2010/12/20
Information Management Corporation Deploys Archer SmartSuite for
Aligning Corporate and IT GRC Management
Price                                                                                   Published by IDC
US $ 3500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC Buyer Case Study highlights the selection process and implementation of Archer Technologies'
SmartSuite Framework by Global Information Management and Storage Corporation (name of the
organization withheld upon request). This Buyer Case Study also discusses "Corporation X' s" ongoing
program to extend the Archer platform to support broader enterprise governance, risk, and compliance
projects.

Table of Contents

・IDC Opinion
・In This Buyer Case Study
・Situation Overview
・Essential Guidance
・Learn More

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                                                                                       February 2011

                                                                                           Pub. Date 2010/12/20
Business Strategy: Asia/Pacific (Excluding Japan) Retailers Point of
Sale Technology Strategies
Price                                                                       Published by Global Retail Insights
US $ 4500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


IN THIS STUDY

The purpose of this study is to assess retail-specific solutions adoption trends, priorities, and investment plans
in APEJ area for the next two years. This study presents the key findings of IDC Retail Insights APEJ survey,
carried out in April 2010 in Australia, New Zealand, China, India, Malaysia, and Singapore. To provide
comparable sample sizes, results from Australia and New Zealand (AU/NZ) were amalgamated, as were with
Malaysia and Singapore (MY/SG).

In total, 286 retail organisations with more than 100 employees were surveyed. The core focus of the survey
was the adoption of POS technology in the region and retail-specific solution preferences. It explored the
implementation strategies for a specified range of technologies over the next 24 months.

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                                                                                   February 2011

                                                                                       Pub. Date 2010/12/20
2010 SMB Mobility IT Decision-Maker Survey, Part 3 -- Operator and
Device/Plan Responsiblity Deep Dive
Price                                                                                    Published by IDC
US $ 4500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC study explores small and medium-sized business (SMB) operator preferences, including voice and
data usage, operator decision drivers, and vendor opportunities. IDC' s 2010 SMB Mobility IT
Decision-Maker Survey sought insight from respondents in the United States on their companies' device,
software, operator, and channel preferences.

"The surge in individual-liable device adoption is affecting SMB procurement decisions because in the wake of
economic recession, traditional SMB mobility purchase drivers including pricing and service availability are
weighted still more heavily," says Timothy Doherty, research analyst for Small and Medium Business Markets:
Mobility.

Table of Contents

・IDC Opinion
・In This Study
・Situation Overview
・Future Outlook
・Essential Guidance
・Learn More
・Table: U.S. SMB Top Selection Factors for Mobile Operator (% of Respondents)
・Table: U.S. SMB Level of Satisfaction with Mobile Operator
・Figure: U.S. SMB Mobile Voice and Data Service Usage, 2010
・Figure: U.S. SMB Employee Device Acquisition Method by Company Size, 2010
・Figure: U.S. SMB Wireless Bill Payment Responsibility by Company Size, 2010
・Figure: U.S. SMB Primary Mobile Operator for Wireless/Cellular Voice and Data Services, 2010
・Figure: U.S. Small Businesses with Corporate Mobile Operator Wireless/Cellular Plan/Contract, 2010
・Figure: U.S. SMB Wireless Data Adoption Barriers, 2010
・Figure: U.S. SMB Desired Operator Improvements, 2010

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                                                                                      February 2011

                                                                                          Pub. Date 2010/12/20
Japan Desktop Virtualization ROI Analysis by Vertical Segment and
Company Size 2010
Price                                                                                       Published by IDC
US $ 5000 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC study presents a survey on user enterprises that implemented virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI)
and summarizes the analyzed return on investment (ROI) results by industry sector and company size. Using
IDC' s methodology, we calculated the ROI and summarized the results by industry/company size. There were
471 samples used in the user survey, on which quantitative analysis was performed and ROS was calculated
using IDC' s methodology. Since 2010, large-scale desktop virtualization implementation projects have been
making progress, and desktop virtualization products have become core products within the client
virtualization market. Showing user enterprises that have not yet implemented desktop virtualization the ROI
of these products will be an effective measure for promoting implementation.

"IT investment is approaching an era where the balance between strategic IT investment and fixed IT
investment is optimized. Desktop virtualization is a strategic IT investment. User enterprises will benefit from
choosing desktop virtualization products that have high ROI. By analyzing the ROI for the different industry
sectors and company size segments, it becomes clear that there are distinct business opportunities. Specifying
the benefits of implementation will be the key to wiping out concerns over initial investment costs which are
the biggest obstacle to implementation, and will be the key to expanding the desktop virtualization market,"
says Hiroshi Shibutani, senior market analyst, PC, Mobile and Client Solution, IDC Japan.

                                                                  http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/143167

                                                                                          Pub. Date 2010/12/20
The Taiwanese Smartphone Industry, 4Q 2010
Price                                          Published by Market Intelligence & Consulting Institute (MIC)
US $ 2420 PDF by E-mail ( Single User License)


This report presents forecast and recent quarter review of overall Taiwanese mobile handheld device shipment
volume. This report also includes forecast and recent quarter review of Smartphone shipment volume,
shipment value, and APS, and analyzes manufacturer volume rankings, shipment by maker, and price trends.
Also provided are shipment breakdowns by system technology, operating systems, display, embedded
Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and GPS, and examines production locations, shipment destinations, and customer
portfolios. The content of this report is based on primary data obtained through interviews with Smartphone
makers. The report finds that Taiwanese Smartphone shipment volume' s double-digit year-on-year growth in
the second quarter of 2010 continued into the third quarter. But ASP (Average Selling Price) of the Taiwanese
Smartphone industry experienced declines in the third quarter. It is projected that the industry' s shipment
volume and value will see double-digit sequential and year-on-year growth in the fourth quarter of 2010.

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                                                    41
                                                                                      February 2011

                                                                                          Pub. Date 2010/12/20
Changing Landscape for Healthcare IT Influencing Downstream Storage
Architectures and Spending
Price                                                                                       Published by IDC
US $ 5000 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC Insight discusses the impact of changing healthcare legislation on the storage industry and
healthcare IT. Over the past three decades, IDC has released its predictions for the IT industry overall and, in
the more recent years, has also published predictions for the storage industry. Also, the IDC Health Insights
team independently publishes a predictions document on the top factors influencing the healthcare market at
large, with specific predictions for providers, payers, life science, and the connected health ecosystem.

Table of Contents

・IDC Opinion
・In This Insight
・Situation Overview
・Future Outlook

                                                                  http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/143147

                                                                                          Pub. Date 2010/12/20
TaKaDu Private Vendor Watchlist Profile: Providing Utilities with
Real-Time Control Over Network Events
Price                                                                                       Published by IDC
US $ 3000 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC Vendor Profile analyzes TaKaDu, a company playing in the water management market, and reviews
key success factors: market potential, technology/solution, corporate strategy, force multipliers, and
customers. Leveraging IDC' s expert understanding of the competitive landscape and future outlook, this
document highlights company and market information tailored to the investment professional' s needs.

Table of Contents

・IDC Opinion
・In This Vendor Profile
・Situation Overview
・Future Outlook
・Essential Guidance
・Learn More
・Table: TaKaDu Company Snapshot
・Table: Water Management M&A Deals
・Table: TaKaDu Detailed Funding History
・Figure: TaKaDu Watch Factor Scores Versus Watch Factor Average Score

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                                                                                     February 2011

                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/20
Decision Matrix: Selecting an Identity and Access Management Vendor
Price                                                                               Published by Ovum, Ltd.
US $ 3995 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 9988 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Introduction
As regulatory pressures increase and IT organizations continue to face budget pressures, identity and access
management solutions become part of the toolset necessary to secure the increasingly distributed and virtual
enterprise in a resource-efficient way. Ovum has developed this Decision Matrix to help enterprises select the
most appropriate IAM suite vendors.

Features and benefits
・IAM suite vendor benchmarking across functional capabilities, end-user assessment of product and service
quality, and market presence.
・Benchmarking of IAM suite vendors across key IAM technologies, such as single sign-on, federation, and
web access control.
・Helps understand key IAM vendors' focus areas and priorities.
・Helps identify key IAM trends impacting selection decisions and vendor roadmaps.
・Helps identify areas adjacent to IAM that are likely to be part of IAM portfolio selection decisions in the
near term.
Highlights
IBM, CA, Novell, and Oracle dominate the high end of the market and are the top overall performers.
Although Hitachi and Evidian are smaller vendors, they should both be considered due to their impressive
IAM suites. Microsoft' s offering can now be considered very competitive, and is widely recognized as an IAM
suite provider.

In spite of the economic climate, IAM is a high-priority area of investment. Regulation is still the biggest
driver and the market is still mostly unchanged. While “cloudas” a term is overused, there are areas within
IAM that are very relevant to the cloud.

The importance of role management is often overstated, but distinct capabilities within role management are
likely to grow in importance. DLP and SIEM are beginning to overlap with IAM. IAM is still a very
fragmented market.

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                                                                                    February 2011

                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/20
BT Wholesale
Price                                                                               Published by Ovum, Ltd.
US $ 1500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 3750 PDF by E-mail (Global license)

BT WholesaleIntroduction
The UK national wholesaler is in the process of transforming into a second-generation carrier. It is
well-positioned to react to market conditions as the company has a good structure and the financial resources
that will enable it to respond quickly.

Scope of this research
・Ovum' s research has, for over 20 years been focused at the junction of the technical and commercial
domains
・Ovum' s market reports provide strategic analysis of evolving trends in wholesale, enterprise, consumer,
networking, devices, and components markets
・Our analysis drills down into market ecosystems and segments, inflection points, competitive landscapes and
trends, vendor leadership and best practice.
Research and analysis highlights
One common theme among telcos is clear - they are all looking to provide an efficient next-generation
network on which they can offer high-quality value-added services (VASs) to their customers

Telecoms operators are faced with a string of challenges from defending their core fixed revenues to
generating growth from new wave services and international operations

Key reasons to purchase this research
・Ovum' s research helps vendors and service providers accelerate delivery of profitable new revenue streams
・Our findings help businesses make more effective strategic and business decisions faster
・For more information about how this specific research report can help your business please contact us.

                                                                 http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/143095

                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/20
Japan Cloud Service 2010-2014 Forecast Update
Price                                                                                     Published by IDC
US $ 5000 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)

This study presents an overview and analyzes the trends in the Japan cloud services market as of August 2010.
We also update our previous forecast in April 2010 of the Japan cloud services market from 2010 to 2014 by
segment.

In the Japan cloud services market, self services have yet to take off. This is because customers are already
used to face-to-face sales in the traditional IT market. Self services will not only reduce sales and
administration costs on the vendor side but also increase convenience on the user side. They will play an
indispensable role in the growth of the Japan cloud services market. "It is necessary for vendors to implement
strategies to support the use of self services," says Satoshi Matsumoto, research manager, IT Services, IDC
Japan.

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                                                                                     February 2011

                                                                                         Pub. Date 2010/12/20
Japan BI and BA Software 2010-2014 Forecast and 2009 Analysis
Price                                                                                      Published by IDC
US $ 5000 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC study analyzes the Japan business analytics software market in 2009 and provides forecasts for the
2010–2014 period.

"The business analytics software market, as defined by IDC, is a composite market that is comprised of data
warehouse platforms, business intelligence tools, and analytic applications. With stronger demand from
enterprises for quick return on investment (ROI) through short-term implementation, the interest in BA
software suites as well as prebuilt business analytics software with optimized server and storage products is
increasing," says Tomoko Akagi, group manager, Software & Security, IDC Japan.

                                                                 http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/143169

                                                                                         Pub. Date 2010/12/17
Vietnam IT and Telecommunications 2011 Top 10 Predictions
Price                                                                                      Published by IDC
US $ 3500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC study takes a look at the top 10 predictions in the IT and telecommunications market in Vietnam in
2011. The predictions are consolidated from Vietnam' s macroeconomy, global ICT market, product and
technology trends, user demand, and emerging market insights, among others. This study also provides ICT
vendors and end users with key development market trends in Vietnam for the upcoming year as well as
analysis of opportunities and challenges.

"2011 will mark a transformative year for Vietnam' s IT and telecommunications marketplace. With
commitment to strong economic growth from macroeconomic policies, completion of 3G network rollouts, and
World Bank funded IT projects there will be transformative forces from local business demands and new
technology services models that will drive IT vendors to better understand end users' demands and revisit
their business offerings," says Lam Nguyen, country director, IDC Vietnam.

Table of Contents

・Predictions
・In This Study
・Situation Overview
・Future Outlook
・Essential Guidance
・Learn More
・Figure: Asia/Pacific Excluding Japan IT Spending and Growth, 2011
・Figure: Vietnam Security Software Forecast, 2009 2014
・Figure: Vietnam BPO Services Breakdown, 2010
・Figure: Vietnam 3G Mobile Services Subscribers Growth Forecast, 2010 2014

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                                                                                       February 2011

                                                                                           Pub. Date 2010/12/17
Australian Telecommunications 2011 Top 10 Predictions
Price                                                                                        Published by IDC
US $ 3500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC study presents the predictions of key trends that will impact the Australian telecommunications
market in 2011. In 2010, industry discussions centered largely on the national broadband network (NBN)
debate and the structural separation of Telstra, with the passing of legislation paving the way for the full build
of the NBN. On the mobile front, mobile data demands continued to grow exponentially, as smartphone growth
outstripped forecasts, with Apple' s iOS and Android-powered smartphones rapidly gaining popularity.

"The NBN, cloud, and mobility, particularly devices and applications 2011 is a watershed year for the
Australian telecommunications environment. Throw in greater price competition and convergence of
technologies as telcos grapple to attract subscribers with better value services, and consumers and businesses
alikewill benefit," says Mark Novosel, market analyst, Telecommunications, IDC Australia.

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                                                                                           Pub. Date 2010/12/17
Worldwide Database Development and Management Tools 2009 Vendor
and Segment Analysis
Price                                                                                        Published by IDC
US $ 3500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC study breaks down the previously published 2009 vendor shares and forecast for 2010-2014 of the
database development and management tools market by segment, with analysis and comments for each market
segment.

"2009 was a tough year for DDMT, though early indications suggest that 2010 has been much better," said
Carl Olofson, research vice president for Database Management and Data Integration Software at IDC. "The
fundamental drivers for DDMT remain solid, however, fueled by an increase in the number and complexity of
enterprise databases."

Table of Contents

・IDC Opinion
・In This Study
・Future Outlook
・Essential Guidance
・Learn More

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                                                                                     February 2011

                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/17
IDC Government Insights Asia/Pacific (Excluding Japan) Public Sector
2011 Top 10 Predictions
Price                                                                      Published by Government Insights
US $ 4500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC Government Insights study presents our top 10 predictions for Asia/Pacific (excluding Japan), or
APEJ, governments for FY11. This study discusses key issues, conditions, and challenges that government
officials and organizations must address as they perform their roles and responsibilities in IT strategic
planning, investment decision making, and technology program delivery.

"In FY10, the APEJ economy has emerged stronger. Optimistic regional recovery sentiments have propelled
the APEJ forward with tremendous growth potential, changing the global economic dynamics into one that is
"multipolar," says Gerald Wang, senior market analyst, IDC Government Insights Asia/Pacific. "Critically, to
cope with progressively more borderless and collaborative business environments, APEJ public sector
organizations need to achieve functional ICT integration and operational transformation agility. Therefore,
the impetus to constantly innovate for survival becomes progressively paramount."

                                                                 http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/143157

                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/17
Edge IPK - edgeconnect v5
Price                                                                                Published by Ovum, Ltd.
US $ 995 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 2488 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Introduction
Separation of the logical process (model) from the presentation (view); changes in the process can be rippled
out to multiple presentations.

Features and benefits
・Separates the presentation layer from process and data, allowing multiple deployment devices/channels from
the same model.
・Automatically generates applications from database schema, XML, and web services.
Highlights
It is built on a XML language that is hidden from the user and is fully GUI based.

Your key questions answered
・Extensive re-use options
・Powerful iterative prototyping features

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                                                    47
                                                                                      February 2011

                                                                                          Pub. Date 2010/12/17
Vendor Assessment: IDC Short List -- 2010 Electronic Patient Reported
Outcome eClinical Solutions
Price                                                                    Published by Health Industry Insights
US $ 4500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC Health Insights report summarizes the development of a vendor landscape model for the commercial
ePRO space. As a growing part of the clinical trials process, ePRO vendors are increasingly important in
helping life science companies measure the performance of prospective new drugs as part of the development,
submissions, and reimbursement processes. Today, the selection of the best vendor for a particular ePRO
study is no longer limited to the major vendors in the space, with smaller vendors increasingly competitive on
a head-to-head basis. With key vendor selection criteria in hand, the IDC ePRO vendor landscape model
highlighted here should allow life science companies to rapidly identify a short list of vendors capable of
effectively responding to a particular ePRO study being planned, excluding those vendors lacking particular
platform expertise, therapeutic area experience, or other study requirements.

Alan S. Louie, research director at IDC Health Insights, said, "Electronically collected patient reported
outcome data collection is consistent with the overall transformation of the clinical trials industry from paper
to electronic processes. Higher quality, more representative, more reliable, and more accessible data
strengthens the development process, making it easier to gain eventual drug approvals. Growth in this area is
a good trend, indicative of the ever-increasing process and quality requirements that must be met on the path
toward industry sustainability."

                                                                  http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142883

                                                                                          Pub. Date 2010/12/17
Worldwide Manufacturing 2011 Top 10 Predictions
Price                                                                     Published by Manufacturing Insights
US $ 4500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC Manufacturing Insights report presents IDC Manufacturing Insights' annual top 10 predictions.

Bob Parker, Group VP of Research, said, "The consensus among manufacturing executives is that recovery is
under way, but a considerable amount of uncertainty exists regarding the degree and speed of that recovery.
Manufacturing companies are creating competitive advantage by better managing complexity while better
responding to volatility this is the key theme for 2011 in the industry."

Table of Contents

・Predictions
・In This Study
・Situation Overview
・Future Outlook
・Essential Guidance
・Learn More

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                                                    48
                                                                                     February 2011

                                                                                         Pub. Date 2010/12/17
Connected Living Room: Internet-enabled TV's and Blu-ray Players
Price                                                                          Published by Parks Associates
US $ 3200 PDF by E-mail (Single User License)


SYNOPSIS
This report examines the market for consumer electronics providing online video access to the television. It
specifically examines connected TVs, connected Blu-ray players, PC-to-TV connections, and networked
digital video player set-top boxes. This report covers key technology solutions and provides worldwide
forecasts through 2015.

“As the industry prepares to unveil the fourth generation of connected TVs and related devices in early 2011,
a significant focus in the networked consumer electronics space will be in developing products to receive
multiple types of content and applications,” said Kurt Scherf, vice president, principal analyst, Parks
Associates. “Online and Web content will be prevalent, and connected consumer electronics will play a more
significant role in delivering operator-managed services and content to consumers.”

                                                                   http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/95329

                                                                                         Pub. Date 2010/12/17
Worldwide Mobile Phone Memory Semiconductor 2010-2015 Forecast
Price                                                                                      Published by IDC
US $ 4500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC update and the accompanying Excel file provide the current forecast for the worldwide mobile phone
memory semiconductor market for 2010 through 2015. For the prior forecast analysis, refer to Worldwide
Mobile Phone Memory Semiconductor 2009 2013 Forecast (IDC #218042, May 2009). The accompanying
Excel file includes:

・Revenue forecast by device category for 2008 2015
・Revenue forecast by memory type for 2008 2015
・NOR forecast by capacity and cost by device category for 2008 2015
・SRAM forecast by capacity and cost by device category for 2008 2015
・PSRAM forecast by capacity and cost by device category for 2008 2015
・NAND forecast by capacity and cost by device category for 2008 2015
・MDRAM forecast by capacity and cost by device category for 2008 2015
・Forecast comparisons, current versus prior
・Mobile phone attribute tables for entry level, midrange, high end, and smartphones
・Key forecast assumptions
・Descriptions of cellular air interfaces
・Definitions

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                                                    49
                                                                                      February 2011

                                                                                          Pub. Date 2010/12/17
Proliferative Innovation: A New Game for CIOs
Price                                                                                 Published by Ovum, Ltd.
US $ 1895 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 4738 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Introduction
The ICT strategies of many organisations are dominated by consolidation and standardization, fewer moving
parts, and less is more. While sensible for cutting costs and promoting integration, this approach is often
resented by line-of-business colleagues because it frequently stifles innovation and differentiation.

Features and benefits
・This is a thought piece that gives CIOs and IT strategy folks some perspectives for thinking about how to
manage the proliferation of new technologies
・Five key strategies for coping with technology proliferation are proposed: virtualize, automate, orchestrate,
secure, and influence.
Highlights
Proliferative innovation requires new strategies beyond the inherently futile quest for standardization. These
include virtualizing and automating the provisioning of technology solutions, orchestrating and securing an
increasingly wide range of externally delivered services, and influencing user decision-making.

The enterprise IT agenda for the first decade of the new century was all about “fewer moving partsand less is
more”. The next decade will be about “more is more”, with users in the driving seat. CIOs will need to get
with the proliferative innovation game and its five key strategies: virtualize, automate, orchestrate, secure,
and influence.

For vendors, the game will be won by solutions that combine innovation in both “user-appeal” and “CIO
appeal”- innovation in funtionality and usability as well as innovation in integration and in the creation of
ecosystems which assist CIOs to implement the strategies of proliferative innovation.

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                                                    50
                                                                                     February 2011

                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/17
Acronis - Backup & Recovery 10 Advanced Server Virtual Edition
Price                                                                               Published by Ovum, Ltd.
US $ 995 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 2488 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Introduction
Acronis Backup & Recovery 10 Advanced Server Virtual Edition addresses the problems of backing up virtual
servers, and allows agent-less backup of those servers for the two most popular server virtualization platforms,
and accommodates virtualization functions such as live migration, which would disable other backup tools.

Features and benefits
・Description of the support for the VMware ESX/ESXi and Microsoft Hyper-V virtualization platforms.
・Description of the advantages of bare-metal recovery and univeral restore, and de-duplication for both local
and remote office backup.
Highlights
Full description of the functionality of the product, and the relevance and usage of those functions.

Your key questions answered
・What virtualization platforms are covered, and to what extent
・What additional functions such as online backup to a public cloud or deduplication is included in this
product.

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                                                   51
                                                                                 February 2011

                                                                                     Pub. Date 2010/12/17
Worldwide Mobile Phone Semiconductor 2010-2015 Forecast
Price                                                                                  Published by IDC
US $ 4500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC update and the accompanying Excel file provide the current forecast for the worldwide mobile phone
semiconductor market for 2010 through 2015. For the prior forecast analysis, refer to Worldwide Mobile
Phone Semiconductor 2010 2014 Forecast (IDC #223943, June 2010). The accompanying Excel file
includes:

・Revenue forecast by air interface for 2009 2015
・Revenue forecast by region for 2009 2015
・Revenue forecast by semiconductor device for 2009 2015
・Weighted average semiconductor BOM cost forecast by air interface standard for 2009 2015
・Memory detail and connectivity detail breakdown for 2009 2015
・Comparison of June 2010 and November 2010 forecasts
・Weighted average 4G semiconductor BOM cost forecast by detailed subsystem for 2009 2015
・Weighted average 3.5G semiconductor BOM cost forecast by detailed subsystem for 2009 2015
・Weighted average 3G semiconductor BOM cost forecast by detailed subsystem for 2009 2015
・Weighted average 2.5G semiconductor BOM cost forecast by detailed subsystem for 2009 2015
・Weighted average 2G semiconductor BOM cost forecast by detailed subsystem for 2009 2015
・Average semiconductor BOM cost forecast by detailed subsystem for 2009 2015
・Key forecast assumptions
・Descriptions of cellular air interfaces
・Definitions

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                                                 52
                                                                                    February 2011

                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/17
Broadband Services: Global Outlook (Second Edition)
Price                                                                         Published by Parks Associates
US $ 3200 PDF by E-mail (Single User License)


SYNOPSIS
This report analyzes the global market for consumer broadband services, including players, regulatory issues,
technologies, and market trends. It explores the evolution of broadband in key regions and nations and the
market forces that will shape the future of this industry. The report evaluates alternative broadband services
and the growth of broadband value-added services (VAS) including, entertainment, home security, energy, and
health services. It also includes global forecasts for broadband services through 2015.

“As a core service for technology diffusion, the changes occurring today in the broadband services market
will affect the technology market far beyond communications,” said Brett Sappington, senior research analyst,
Parks Associates. “While many markets are seeking to roll out basic services, some are facing an ‘arms race'
for broadband speed among operators. Regulations on local loop unbundling and net neutrality stand to
drastically change the competitive landscape among fixed-line operators while competition is increasing from
mobile broadband solutions. In markets of high penetration, operators are looking to value-added services
(VAS) to retain customers and increase their ARPU.”

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                                                   53
                                                                                     February 2011

                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/17
Mobile Messaging 2010 (Mobile Messaging: New Strategies for
Monetizing the Mobile Web (2nd edition)
Price                                                                Published by Informa Telecoms & Media
US $ 3992 Single User
US $ 3992 Hard Copy
US $ 7984 2-5 Users
US $ 11976 Corporate


“Mobile operators will battle to remain relevant in the mobile e-mail and mobile instant messaging market
over the coming years. There is a risk that the ascendance of over-the-top providers of these services will
relegate the operators to the position of bit-pipe provider. ” Pamela Clark-Dickson, Senior Analyst, Informa
Telecoms & Media.

Summary
Informa' s Mobile Messaging report includes essential five-year global forecasts and provides a detailed
evaluation of the mobile messaging market, including coverage of trends in SMS, MMS, mobile e-mail, mobile
instant messaging, and Rich Communications Suite.

Overview
Mobile messaging is the second-highest revenue-generating service for mobile operators behind voice, with
person-to-person SMS being the key revenue-driver. SMS traffic continues to grow, however messaging
revenues as a proportion of mobile operators' overall service revenues are in gradual decline, as mobile users
increasingly take advantage of affordable tariffs that include large buckets of messages or unlimited
messaging.

Informa' s Mobile Messaging report includes essential five-year global forecasts and provides a detailed
evaluation of the mobile messaging market, including coverage of trends in SMS, MMS, mobile e-mail, mobile
instant messaging, and Rich Communications Suite.

Challenges facing mobile operators include slowing growth in SMS revenues and tight budgets for the
development and roll-out of new messaging services (largely due to their investment in network technologies
such as LTE). In addition, the ascendance of over-the-top providers of IP-based messaging services such as
e-mail, instant messaging and chat, coupled with the ability for mobile subscribers to offload their messaging
data traffic onto either public or private Wi-Fi networks - which may not be owned by the mobile operator -
means that operators face becoming increasingly less central to the role of mobile communications service
provider.

Our Mobile Messaging research provides comprehensive profiles of mobile operators, service providers,
vendors and handset manufacturers, and details a multitude of strategies currently followed by industry
innovators and corresponding business models. The report also provides a look into the future, and how
current strategies can evolve to create new revenue opportunities for mobile operators and service providers.

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                                                   54
                                                                                   February 2011

                                                                                       Pub. Date 2010/12/17
Asia Pacific Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) Markets
Price                                                                         Published by Frost & Sullivan
US $ 9000 Web Access (Regional License)
US $ 9500 Hard Copy & Web Access (Regional License)


This research service discusses the Asia Pacific RFID Market' s growth and forecasts from 2006-2016 for the
tags, readers and middleware and software markets. It also focusses on the key vertical segments and their
forecasts and analysis. The various vertical segments include transportation, industrial, livestock, retail,
education, healthcare, automotive, aviation, others. The base year for the study is 2009, with forecasts
running through 2016. The study covers the state of the market, covering drivers and restraints for growth,
distribution and competition analysis, technology and regional trends.

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary
2. RFID Definitions
3. Market Drivers and Restraints
4. Total Asia Pacific RFID Market Size and Forecasts
5. RFID Tags Market
6. RFID Standards and Regulations
7. RFID Readers Market
8. RFID Middleware and Software Market
9. Asia Pacific Market Size and Forecasts by Vertical Market
10. RFID Competitive Landscape
11. Profiles of Key Industry Participants
12. Conclusions

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                                                   55
                                                                                    February 2011

                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/16
Telecom Industry Health Check (3Q10): Vendor Financial Results
Price                                                                               Published by Ovum, Ltd.
US $ 1500 PowerPoint Presentation by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 3750 PowerPoint Presentation by E-mail (Global license)


Introduction
This report analyzes vendors' 3Q10 financial results with the following goals in mind: to understand which
vendors are strong, which weak, and how sustainable the current structure is; capex implications of vendors'
financial situation; what opportunities and threats exist due to financial position of vendors; and how SPs'
spending on wireline, mobile, and services is changing over time.

Features and benefits
・Find out what the latest vendor earnings say about the outlook for telecom' s recovery from the downturn.
・Identify which vendors are financially strong and coping well with the recent market turmoil and which ones
are not.
・Track the presumed "shortage・in components, and what this means to system vendors' balance of power and
earnings at the component and chip level.
・Discover which regional and product areas are especially promising, or not, and how that is impacting
different vendors
Highlights
For the annualized 3Q10 period, the biggest telecom network infrastructure vendors were: Ericsson,
Alcatel-Lucent, Cisco, Huawei, and NSN (all with over 10% share); all others had under 5% share.

Rolling 12-month capex peaked in 3Q08 at $300.7bn but hit $262.6bn in 3Q10, down 0.7% from 2Q.

Vendors' NI revenues fell 0.1% YoY in 3Q10. Mobile infra fell 1% YoY for the second straight quarter, even as
the devices market grew 30% YoY due to higher-performance networks, smartphones, and innovative devices
like the iPad. Ovum' s wireline segments - optical, switching & routing, and broadband - grew by 16% YoY in
3Q10.

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                                                   56
                                                                                      February 2011

                                                                                          Pub. Date 2010/12/16
Government and Military Satellite Communications, 7th Edition
Price                                                               Published by Northern Sky Research, LLC
US $ 3995 PDF by E-mail (Single User License)
US $ 7995 PDF by E-mail (Enterprise License)


The government and military market remains sustainable and continues to exhibit growth despite changes in
policy from the United States and allied governments, particularly in Iraq. With changes in policy towards
Afghanistan on the horizon, as well as proprietary military assets being deployed to address bandwidth and
service shortfalls, market prospects are unclear in terms of direction and opportunity. This 7th Edition report
analyzes policy implications in terms of macroeconomic impact as well as specific programs that are likely to
dictate the direction of market growth or decline for specific sectors and applications.

The report assesses future global demand and supply for both commercial and military satellites, fixed and
mobile solutions for the period 2010-2019. Demand is evaluated for capacity, specifically for Bulk Leasing
and associated revenues from traditional FSS and high-throughput-satellites (HTS). Key markets are assessed
in terms of equipment and services with frequency preferences and platform choices analyzed in terms of their
role and fit in various applications and mission requirements.

The 7th Edition of this study continues to assess effects on commercial satellite demand, specifically in
determining net effects as internal proprietary assets are deployed over the short-to-medium term. Programs
and initiatives by governments and militaries including the United States Department of Defense, as well as
other countries, that may have profound effects on the global bandwidth crunch are likewise analyzed.

Of special interest and a new addition to this study is the impact of HTS satellites as well as business models
including hosted payloads that are being mulled by virtually every player within the industry. Cost
considerations in the time of tight budgets despite tremendous pressure to offer creative solutions to address
complex mission requirements are leading to test beds, a change in the frequency mix and the outright
deployment of revolutionary programs. This edition analyzes and quantifies the revenue potential of new
programs as well as presents the issues and challenges that government and military clients are looking to
deploy over the long term.

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                                                    57
                                                                                     February 2011

                                                                                         Pub. Date 2010/12/16
Market Share 3Q10 OC Global Spreadsheet
Price                                                                                Published by Ovum, Ltd.
US $ 7500 Interactive models by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 18750 Interactive models by E-mail (Global license)


Introduction
The Optical Component (OC) market share spreadsheet shows quarterly equipment vendor results by segment
(long, medium, and short transmission, transmission discretes, transport amplifiers, and transport
ROADM/filters) and region.

Features and benefits
・Examine market share data for planning, competitive intelligence, and marketing.
・Identify business opportunities within specific product segments.
Highlights
In 3Q10, the global optical component market grew 11% sequentially and 38%versus 3Q09.

Your key questions answered
・Which are the key vendors in the optical component market by product segment?
・Which optical component vendors gained and lost share, and in which product segments, during the most
recent quarter?

                                                                 http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/143096

                                                                                         Pub. Date 2010/12/16
Transaction Cost Analysis Raises Its Profile (Strategic Focus)
Price                                                                                Published by Ovum, Ltd.
US $ 3995 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 9988 PDF by E-mail (Global license)

Introduction
TCA technology is increasing in sophistication, moving from being a compliance requirement to a tool to
increase operational efficiency in trading. Ovum asks whether the market will be dominated by stand-alone
TCA developers or by the OMS/EMS vendors who build it into their platforms.

Features and benefits
・Identifies all the key players in TCA and describes their product offerings.
・Discusses the merits of getting TCA from a dedicated player or from a broker.
Highlights
Intra-trade TCA is a management tool, designed to identify outliers on a graph of transaction costs that need
to be analyzed further to determine why they were so out of whack with the rest of the trades executed in that
security, and whether there is any remedial action to be take to avoid their repetition.

Your key questions answered
・How much has TCA already begun to loop back to inform algorithmic development work? Which vendors are
furthest advanced in this context?
・When should I consider getting my TCA from my broker or from my market data provider?

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                                                     58
                                                                                    February 2011

                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/16
EMEA WAN Manager Survey 2010: EMEA Attitudes Toward VoIP
Services
Price                                                                                     Published by IDC
US $ 6400 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC study shows the results of the EMEA WAN Manager Survey 2010. It highlights the views of 1,546
organizations throughout EMEA. This study is one of five providing more insight into green IT, unified
communications (UC), ICT services, managed UC services, and hosted VoIP.

"The survey results are in line with IDC cloud computing forecast. With 31% of the respondents planning to
use cloud computing, the market for cloud computing is growing and IDC believes this to be the trend for the
next five years," said Roosmarijn Cornelissen, senior analyst, IDC EMEA Telecommunication and
Networking.

                                                                 http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142899

                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/16
Top 20 U.S. Yellow Pages Markets 2010-2011
Price                                                                  Published by SIMBA Information, Inc.
US $ 2995 PDF by E-mail ( Single User License)


Top 20 U.S. Yellow Pages Markets 2010-2011 is the premier source for reliable insight to past, present and
future trends shaping the yellow pages metro markets in the U.S. This report uncovers rates and trends, the
collapse of syndicated usage research, sizing of revenue and market share projections shaping the
marketplace. The top 20 metro markets reached an estimated $1.98 billion in 2008 and are expected to top $2
billion by 2010.

Top 20 U.S. Yellow Pages Markets also profiles a whole new segment of metro markets: The Spanish-language
directory.

The report uncovers information affecting mergers & acquisitions, rates and trends, as well as syndicated
usage research, competitive business strategies, and revenue and market share projections shaping the
marketplace.

Top 20 U.S. Yellow Pages Markets 2010-2011 arms decision-makers with an effective solution for
benchmarking success, sizing up revenues, pinpointing what' s driving investment activity, spotting growth
opportunities and much more!

                                                                 http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/143351




                                                   59
                                                                                    February 2011

                                                                                       Pub. Date 2010/12/16
The Taiwanese Mobile Phone Market, 4Q 2010
Price                                          Published by Market Intelligence & Consulting Institute (MIC)
US $ 2115 PDF by E-mail ( Single User License)


This research report presents market size and market value forecast and recent quarter review of the
Taiwanese mobile phone market. The report includes market volume, market value, ASP, market share by
brand, system technology, phone type, price trend, display color count, and handset type, as well as by camera
feature, Bluetooth, and entertainment functionalities. The content of this report is based on primary data
obtained through interviews with mobile operators and key channel players. This report finds that Taiwanese
mobile phone market volume and value saw sequential and year-on-year growth in the third quarter of 2010,
upheld by sales generated from traditional seasonal demand. Taiwanese mobile phone market volume and
value is estimated to continue witness a year-on-year growth in the fourth quarter of 2010 but suffer from a
double-digit sequential decline. Furthermore, it is anticipated that Smartphones' share of the Taiwanese total
market volume will approach 30% in 2011, thanks to aggressive purchase plans from three leading Taiwanese
telecom operators for Smartphones in anticipation of vibrant demand in 2011.

                                                                http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/143297

                                                                                       Pub. Date 2010/12/16
Peru: Mobile Data Revenue to Triple by 2015 as 3G Services Increase
Price                                                                   Published by Pyramid Research, Inc.
US $ 990 PDF by E-mail (Single User License)
US $ 1485 PDF by E-mail (Site License)
US $ 1980 PDF by E-mail (Corporate Use License)


The Peruvian telecom market will close 2010 having generated $3.7bn in service revenue, and it is expected to
expand at a CAGR of 4.6% over the next five years. The fastest growth segments will be mobile data (24.8%
CAGR), VoIP (10.9% CAGR) and pay-TV (6% CAGR). Mobile data revenue will triple over the next five years,
as mobile penetration increases, 3G networks are deployed and smartphone prices drop as they become more
broadly used. Fixed broadband is expected to grow at a 5% CAGR during the period fuelling pay-TV growth.
In the outlook period we expect fixed circuit-switched revenue to continue decreasing due to fixed-mobile
substitution and VoIP services. DSL and other broadband technologies will keep gaining while dial-up
Internet will continue decreasing in the forecast period.

Table of Contents

・Executive Summary
・Market and Competitor Overview
・Segment analysis
・Identifying Opportunities

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                                                   60
                                                                                     February 2011

                                                                                         Pub. Date 2010/12/16
Delivering Quality Healthcare to the Digital Home: 2010 Update
Price                                                                          Published by Parks Associates
US $ 3200 PDF by E-mail (Single User License)


SYNOPSIS
This report reviews the digital health industry' s achievements and setbacks over the last five years and
highlights new technology trends and application growth areas that will continue to drive the market in the
next decade. This report focuses on consumer-driven care technologies and services and updates and expands
on Parks Associates' 2006 study Delivering Quality Care to the Digital Home.

“Digital technology' s foray into the healthcare industry has been arduous, but it sowed the seed for growth.
Today the call for new care models supported by technologies resonates across the industry,” said Harry
Wang, director, health and mobile product research, Parks Associates. “Technologies are finally starting to
influence care models, and a new breed of entrepreneurs and business leaders are turning their visions into
solid business plans. Now we don' t need proof that technology can work; we need error-free execution.”

                                                                   http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/95331

                                                                                         Pub. Date 2010/12/16
EMEA WAN Manager Survey 2010: EMEA Attitudes Toward Green IT
Price                                                                                      Published by IDC
US $ 6400 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC study shows the results of the EMEA WAN Manager Survey 2010. It highlights the views of 1,546
organizations throughout EMEA. This study is one of five providing more insight into green IT, unified
communications (UC), ICT services, managed UC services, and hosted VoIP.

"It' s undeniable that an increasing number of companies across EMEA reported being influenced by
environmental issues and this is expected to stay as a trend over the next few years," said Roosmarijn
Cornelissen, senior analyst, IDC EMEA Telecommunication and Networking.

Table of Contents

・IDC Opinion
・In This Study
・Situation Overview
・Future Outlook
・Essential Guidance
・Learn More

                                                                 http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142901




                                                    61
                                                                                   February 2011

                                                                                       Pub. Date 2010/12/16
Best Practices for Using Social Media To Drive Business Outcomes
Price                                                                     Published by Best Practices, LLC
US $ 1900 PDF by E-mail (Single User License) + Hard Copy
US $ 5700 PDF by E-mail (Site User License) + 1 Hard Copy
US $ 9500 PDF by E-mail (Corporate User License) + 1 Hard Copy


Social Media, the buzzword of this generation, has taken over agendas of many marketing organizations. But
is any investment in Social Media a good investment?

This cross-industry online benchmarking study identifies how companies use Social Media tools in their
business environment, the opportunities and risks associated with Social Media applications as well as
requirements for managing their use. Specifically, the research examines Social Media' s impact on customer
satisfaction ratings, brand management, sales and marketing metrics, recruiting levels or other business
goals.

Some businesses pursue Social Media initiatives proactively to positively impact business outcomes, while
others only monitor company-specific content posted on Social Media sites.

INDUSTRIES PROFILED:
Pharmaceutical; Utilities; Medical Device; Health Care; Financial Services; Professional Services;
Consulting; Consumer Products; Diagnostic

COMPANIES PROFILED:
Janssen Cilag Pharmaceutical; Grupo Uriach; Merck Serono; MidAmerican Energy Company; Emirates
Group Emerson Electric; St. Lucia Electricity Services Ltd; Draeger; Dentsply International; MSD; EMSI;
Johnson & Johnson; TMP Direct; American Electric Power; Shieldstream; Peco Energy; Talyst; Bayer;
Jackson Energy Authority; GlaxoSmithKline ; IMS Health; Takeda Pharmaceuticals; n-tara interactive

                                                                http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/143901




                                                   62
                                                                                     February 2011

                                                                                         Pub. Date 2010/12/16
IBM z Series Servers Residual Value Analysis, December 2010
Price                                                                                       Published by IDC
US $ 12000 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC study includes current fair market value, residual value, and specification charts for select IBM z196,
z10, z9, z990, and z890 servers. This study offers primary and secondary market analysis for the vendor and
its products.

"Because of the unpredictability of the market pricing at this time, and for the foreseeable future, IDC
encourages clients to contact us about the latest market pricing."— Susan G. Middleton, research manager,
Technology Valuation Services

Table of Contents

・IDC Opinion
・In This Study
・Situation Overview
・Future Outlook
・Essential Guidance
・Learn More

                                                                  http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142861

                                                                                         Pub. Date 2010/12/16
World SSL VPN Products Market
Price                                                                           Published by Frost & Sullivan
US $ 6000 Web Access (Regional License)
US $ 6500 Hard Copy & Web Access (Regional License)


SSL VPN, Internet Protocol Security (IPsec), and Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) are three basic
Internet Protocols (IP). “Secure Socket Layer Virtual Private Network” (SSL VPN) technologies were
developed by the network security industries as an alternative to IPsec VPN. Indeed, not only are IPsec VPN
appliances expensive, problematic to small devices and lack flexibility, they also require the installation of a
software on the client device. The main difference thus rests on the fact that IPsec VPNs are fixed whereas SSL
VPNs are mobile.

Table of Contents

Market Overview                                  MajorMarket Findings and Revenue Forecasts
Competitive Technologies                         Cost Reduction
Vertical Markets Forecasts and Analysis          Regional Divisions
Competitive Structure                            Competitive Analysis
Conclusion                                       About Frost & Sullivan

                                                                  http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142366




                                                    63
                                                                                     February 2011

                                                                                         Pub. Date 2010/12/16
U.S. Hosting Infrastructure Services 2009 and 1H10 Service Provider
Shares
Price                                                                                      Published by IDC
US $ 3500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC study presents market share rankings in the U.S. hosting infrastructure services market for 1H10
and full-year 2009.

Melanie Posey, research vice president, Hosting and Managed Network Services, says, "While the U.S.
hosting infrastructure services market remains fragmented, the top 20 service providers continue to grow their
overall share, which increased to just over 60% in 1H10. Market leaders include IBM, AT&T, HP, and
SAVVIS."

Table of Contents

・IDC Opinion
・In This Study
・Situation Overview
・Future Outlook
・Essential Guidance
・Learn More
・Table: U.S. Hosting Infrastructure Services Revenue by Service Provider, 1H09, 2008, 2009, and 1H10・
Figure: U.S. Hosting Infrastructure Services Revenue Share by Provider Tier, 1H09 and 1H10

                                                                  http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142865

                                                                                         Pub. Date 2010/12/16
U.S. Households Streaming Online Video to the Television 2010-2014
Forecast
Price                                                                                      Published by IDC
US $ 4500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC study offers a forecast of U.S. households that own and use a networked device such as a game
console, a connected HDTV or Blu-ray player, or a digital media adapter (DMA) to stream video to a
television. This study examines the market conditions that made 2010 a pivotal year for networked
entertainment and outlines the key themes that will attract attention as the market develops over the next
several years.

"IDC expects nearly 9 million U.S. households will be using connected devices to stream video to the
television by the end of 2010," said Greg Ireland, research manager, Consumer Markets: Video. "With well
over 200 million networkable televisions, Blu-ray players, digital media adapters, and game consoles
expected to ship during the forecast period, the foundation is set for tremendous market growth."

                                                                  http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142863




                                                    64
                                                                                   February 2011

                                                                                       Pub. Date 2010/12/15
Top 10 Companies in the Norwegian Retail Industry: IT Spending
Predictor 2010
Price                                                                            Published by Datamonitor
US $ 495 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 1238 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Introduction

This databook provides estimates of IT spending for the top 10 companies in the Norwegian Retail industry.
The databook is a comprehensive source of IT spending by company, including assessment by technology and
channel.

Scope

*Ovum' s view of the top 10 companies in the Norwegian Retail sector in terms of IT spending
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by technology for each of the top 10 companies
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by channel for each of the top 10 companies

Highlights

The top 10 companies in the Norwegian retail industry in terms of estimated IT spending spent the largest
portion of their IT budgets on hardware, a segment that accounted for about 28% of the IT budgets among
these firms. This was followed by spending on services and software.

Among the top 10 companies, a major portion of IT spending is allocated to internal IT. Internal IT alone
accounted for approximately 36% of the total estimated IT spending by these companies. NorgesGruppen ASA
remained the leading company in terms of spending on the various channels, followed by H & M Hennes &
Mauritz A/S and Expert AS.

Reasons to Purchase

*Gain insight into IT budget breakdown of top 10 companies in the Norwegian Retail industry and identify
notable areas of allocation
*Identify organizations with top IT expenditures in your target markets
*Leverage IT spending pattern information to tailor account targeting based on company demographics

                                                                http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142698




                                                   65
                                                                                   February 2011

                                                                                      Pub. Date 2010/12/15
Top 10 Companies in the Norwegian Retail Banking Industry: IT
Spending Predictor 2010
Price                                                                            Published by Datamonitor
US $ 495 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 1238 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Introduction

This databook provides estimates of IT spending for the top 10 companies in the Norwegian Retail Banking
industry. The databook is a comprehensive source of IT spending by company, including assessment by
technology and channel. The databook also provides information on the IT contracts of these companies
where available.

Scope

*Ovum' s view of the top 10 companies in the Norwegian Retail Banking sector in terms of IT spending
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by technology for each of the top 10 companies
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by channel for each of the top 10 companies
*Details of IT services contracts by company where available

Highlights

The top 10 companies in the Norwegian retail banking industry in terms of estimated IT spending spent the
largest portion of their IT budgets on services, a segment that accounted for about 30% of the IT budgets
among these firms. This was followed by spending on hardware and software.

Among the top 10 companies, a major portion of IT spending is allocated to internal IT. Internal IT alone
accounted for approximately 27% of the total estimated IT spending by these companies. DnB NOR Group
remained the leading company in terms of spending on the various channels, followed by O.N. Sunde AS and
Nordea Bank Norge ASA.

Reasons to Purchase

*Gain insight into IT budget breakdown of top 10 companies in the Norwegian Retail Banking industry and
identify notable areas of allocation
*Identify organizations with top IT expenditures in your target markets
*Leverage IT spending pattern information to tailor account targeting based on company demographics

                                                                http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142699




                                                  66
                                                                                    February 2011

                                                                                       Pub. Date 2010/12/15
Top 10 Companies in the Norwegian Telecommunications Industry: IT
Spending Predictor 2010
Price                                                                            Published by Datamonitor
US $ 495 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 1238 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Introduction

This databook provides estimates of IT spending for the top 10 companies in the Norwegian
Telecommunications industry. The databook is a comprehensive source of IT spending by company, including
assessment by technology and channel. The databook also provides information on the IT contracts of these
companies where available.

Scope

*Ovum' s view of the top 10 companies in the Norwegian Telecommunications sector in terms of IT spending
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by technology for each of the top 10 companies
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by channel for each of the top 10 companies
*Details of IT services contracts by company where available

Highlights

The top 10 companies in the Norwegian telecommunications industry in terms of estimated IT spending spent
the largest portion of their IT budgets on hardware, a segment that accounted for about 28% of the IT budgets
among these firms. This was followed by spending on services and software.

Among the top 10 companies, a major portion of IT spending is allocated to internal IT. Internal IT alone
accounted for approximately 35% of the total estimated IT spending by these companies. Telenor ASA
remained the leading company in terms of spending on the various channels, followed by Telenor Telecom
Solutions AS and Netcom AS.

Reasons to Purchase

*Gain insight into IT budget breakdown of top 10 companies in the Norwegian Telecommunications industry
and identify notable areas of allocation
*Identify organizations with top IT expenditures in your target markets
*Leverage IT spending pattern information to tailor account targeting based on company demographics

                                                                http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142700




                                                   67
                                                                                    February 2011

                                                                                       Pub. Date 2010/12/15
Top Companies in the Danish Capital Markets: IT Spending Predictor
2010
Price                                                                             Published by Datamonitor
US $ 495 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 1238 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Introduction

This databook provides estimates of IT spending for the top companies in the Danish Capital Markets. The
databook is a comprehensive source of IT spending by company, including assessment by technology and
channel.

Scope

*Ovum' s view of the top companies in the Danish Capital Markets sector in terms of IT spending
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by technology for each of the top companies
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by channel for each of the top companies

Highlights

The top companies in the Danish capital markets in terms of estimated IT spending spent the largest portion of
their IT budgets on services, a segment that accounted for about 28% of the IT budgets among these firms.
This was followed by spending on hardware and software.

Among the top companies, a major portion of IT spending is allocated to internal IT. Internal IT alone
accounted for approximately 28% of the total estimated IT spending by these companies. Danmarks
Nationalbank remained the leading company in terms of spending on the various channels, followed by
Sydbank A/S and Saxo Bank A/S.

Reasons to Purchase

*Gain insight into IT budget breakdown of top companies in the Danish Capital Markets and identify notable
areas of allocation
*Identify organizations with top IT expenditures in your target markets
*Leverage IT spending pattern information to tailor account targeting based on company demographics

                                                                http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142713




                                                   68
                                                                                   February 2011

                                                                                       Pub. Date 2010/12/15
Top Companies in the Norwegian Travel and Hospitality Industry: IT
Spending Predictor 2010
Price                                                                            Published by Datamonitor
US $ 495 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 1238 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Introduction

This databook provides estimates of IT spending for the top companies in the Norwegian Travel and
Hospitality industry. The databook is a comprehensive source of IT spending by company, including
assessment by technology and channel. The databook also provides information on the IT contracts of these
companies where available.

Scope

*Ovum' s view of the top companies in the Norwegian Travel and Hospitality sector in terms of IT spending
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by technology for each of the top companies
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by channel for each of the top companies
*Details of IT services contracts by company where available

Highlights

The top companies in the Norwegian travel and hospitality industry in terms of estimated IT spending spent
the largest portion of their IT budgets on hardware, a segment that accounted for about 26% of the IT budgets
among these firms. This was followed by spending on services and software.

Among the top companies, a major portion of IT spending is allocated to internal IT. Internal IT alone
accounted for approximately 34% of the total estimated IT spending by these companies. Umoe Gruppen AS
remained the leading company in terms of spending on the various channels, followed by Stiftelsen Norsk
Rikstoto and Thon Holding AS.

Reasons to Purchase

*Gain insight into IT budget breakdown of top companies in the Norwegian Travel and Hospitality industry
and identify notable areas of allocation
*Identify organizations with top IT expenditures in your target markets
*Leverage IT spending pattern information to tailor account targeting based on company demographics

                                                                http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142702




                                                   69
                                                                                    February 2011

                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/15
US Business Spending by Size of Business and Vertical, 2009-2014:
Business IP Communications
Price                                                                                   Published by In-Stat
US $ 15000 Excel Spreadsheet - Single User License


Detail is included for:
・Application-Based VoIP, Broadband IP Telephony, Hosted IP PBX, Premises-Based IP PBX, TDM Centrex,
TDM PBX, and Traditional TDM.
Forecasts are broken into the following size-of-business segments and sub-segments:
・SOHO business (1 to 4 employees)
・Small business (5 to 9 employees, 10 to 19 employees, and 20 to 99 employees)
・Mid-sized business (100 to 499 employees and 500 to 999 employees)
・Enterprise (1,000 to 4,999 employees, 5,000 to 9,999 employees, and 10,000 or more employees)
Table of Contents

・Discussion
・Vertical Definitions
・US Business Spending by Product
・US Business Spending by Size
・US Business Spending by Vertical
・US Business Spending Expanded View

                                                                 http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142249

                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/15
Xsigo Expanding in Europe
Price                                                                                     Published by IDC
US $ 4480 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC Vendor Profile analyzes privately-owned company Xsigo and reviews its potential in the European
datacenter market. Specifically, it evaluates the landscape in which Xsigo competes and provides insight into
the strategic directions and the product portfolio of the company.

Table of Contents

・IDC Opinion
・In This Study
・Situation Overview
・Future Outlook
・Essential Guidance
・Learn More

                                                                 http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142881




                                                     70
                                                                                    February 2011

                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/15
Top 10 Companies in the Danish Energy and Utilities Industry: IT
Spending Predictor 2010
Price                                                                             Published by Datamonitor
US $ 495 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 1238 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Introduction

This databook provides estimates of IT spending for the top 10 companies in the Danish Energy and Utilities
industry. The databook is a comprehensive source of IT spending by company, including assessment by
technology and channel. The databook also provides information on the IT contracts of these companies
where available.

Scope

*Ovum' s view of the top 10 companies in the Danish Energy and Utilities sector in terms of IT spending
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by technology for each of the top 10 companies
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by channel for each of the top 10 companies
*Details of IT services contracts by company where available

Highlights

The top 10 companies in the Danish energy and utilities industry in terms of estimated IT spending spent the
largest portion of their IT budgets on services, a segment that accounted for about 25% of the IT budgets
among these firms. This was followed by spending on software and hardware.

Among the top 10 companies, a major portion of IT spending is allocated to external IT. Product vendor alone
accounted for approximately 23% of the total estimated IT spending by these companies. A.P. Moller-Maersk
Group remained the leading company in terms of spending on the various channels, followed by Maersk Oil
og Gas AS and DONG Energy A/S.

Reasons to Purchase

*Gain insight into IT budget breakdown of top 10 companies in the Danish Energy and Utilities industry and
identify notable areas of allocation
*Identify organizations with top IT expenditures in your target markets
*Leverage IT spending pattern information to tailor account targeting based on company demographics

                                                                 http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142714




                                                   71
                                                                                    February 2011

                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/15
Top Companies in the Portuguese Capital Markets: IT Spending
Predictor 2010
Price                                                                             Published by Datamonitor
US $ 495 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 1238 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Introduction

This databook provides estimates of IT spending for the top companies in the Portuguese Capital Markets.
The databook is a comprehensive source of IT spending by company, including assessment by technology and
channel. The databook also provides information on the IT contracts of these companies where available.

Scope

*Ovum' s view of the top companies in the Portuguese Capital Markets sector in terms of IT spending
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by technology for each of the top companies
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by channel for each of the top companies
*Details of IT services contracts by company where available

Highlights

The top companies in the Portuguese capital markets in terms of estimated IT spending spent the largest
portion of their IT budgets on services, a segment that accounted for about 28% of the IT budgets among these
firms. This was followed by spending on hardware and software.

Among the top companies, a major portion of IT spending is allocated to internal IT. Internal IT accounted for
27% of the total estimated IT spending by these companies. Banif - Banco Internacional Do Funchal, S.A.
remained the leading company in terms of spending on the various channels, followed by Banco Espirito
Santo de Investimento, S.A.

Reasons to Purchase

*Gain insight into IT budget breakdown of top companies in the Portuguese Capital Markets and identify
notable areas of allocation
*Identify organizations with top IT expenditures in your target markets
*Leverage IT spending pattern information to tailor account targeting based on company demographics

                                                                 http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142712




                                                   72
                                                                                    February 2011

                                                                                       Pub. Date 2010/12/15
Global Sweep: NFC Technology to Redefine Smartphone Services
Price                                                           Published by Mercator Advisory Group, Inc.
US $ 2950 PDF by E-mail (Single User License)


New research report by Mercator Advisory Group looks at the future development of International Near Field
Communication markets.

Designed to support wireless and contactless data communciations with another competible device within a
short range, NFC-enabled devices are clean, quick, and convenient ways to carry out tasks such as payments,
ticketing, loyalty, among others.

Mercator Advisory Group' s latest research provides an up-to-date view of developments, issues, and trends in
Near Field Communications-based products and services worldwide.

The Global Sweep: NFC Technology to Redefine Smartphone Services report examines recent developments in
the handset market, forecasts the handset market out to 2015 under different scenarios and provides an
economic analysis of the business model of Near Field Communications (NFC) mobile payments for mobile
network operators.

Broadening the scope of this report, potential revenue sources other than payments and a survey of key
markets most likely to see the first wave of NFC mobile payments are included.

“NFC means a lot to the mobile industry. Not just that it can bring in payments revenues but as a foundation
for a whole set of services that allow consumers to interact with the physical environments around them using
their mobile handsets,” Terry Xie, Director of Mercator Advisory Group' s International Advisory Service and
principal analyst on the report, comments. “Mobile Network Operators should not expect to see tremendous
revenues from payments any time soon. But MNOs are realizing that the possibilities brought about by NFC
are just too important to future businesses.”

                                                                http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142220




                                                   73
                                                                                    February 2011

                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/15
Top 10 Companies in the Norwegian Transportation and Logistics
Industry: IT Spending Predictor 2010
Price                                                                             Published by Datamonitor
US $ 495 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 1238 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Introduction

This databook provides estimates of IT spending for the top 10 companies in the Norwegian Transportation
and Logistics industry. The databook is a comprehensive source of IT spending by company, including
assessment by technology and channel. The databook also provides information on the IT contracts of these
companies where available.

Scope

*Ovum' s view of the top 10 companies in the Norwegian Transportation and Logistics sector in terms of IT
spending
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by technology for each of the top 10 companies
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by channel for each of the top 10 companies
*Details of IT services contracts by company where available

Highlights

The top 10 companies in the Norwegian transportation and logistics industry in terms of estimated IT
spending spent the largest portion of their IT budgets on services, a segment that accounted for about 23% of
the IT budgets among these firms. This was followed by spending on software and hardware.

Among the top 10 companies, a major portion of IT spending is allocated to internal IT. Internal IT alone
accounted for approximately 32% of the total estimated IT spending by these companies. Wilhelmsen Agencies
AS remained the leading company in terms of spending on the various channels, followed by STX Europe ASA
and Posten Norge AS.

Reasons to Purchase

*Gain insight into IT budget breakdown of top 10 companies in the Norwegian Transportation and Logistics
and identify notable areas of allocation

*Identify organizations with top IT expenditures in your target markets
*Leverage IT spending pattern information to tailor account targeting based on company demographics

                                                                 http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142701




                                                   74
                                                                                 February 2011

                                                                                     Pub. Date 2010/12/15
Malaysia Unified Communications and Collaboration Vendor Analysis
2009
Price                                                                                  Published by IDC
US $ 2500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC study presents revenue and share of the unified communications and collaboration vendors in
Malaysia. The study also analyzes the top 4 unified communications and collaboration vendors' performance
in Malaysia — Microsoft, IBM, Aspect Software, and Avaya.

"2009 was an eventful year with the global economic crisis and a series of mergers and acquisitions in the
unified communications and collaboration market such as the Avaya-Nortel Enterprise Solutoin (NES) merger
and Cisco' s acquisition of Tandberg," says Sherrie Huang, research manager, Asia/Pacific Unified
Communications and Collaboration, IDC Asia Pacific. "In the year of 2010, new unified communications and
collaboration solutions, including Cisco Cius and Avaya Flare, were introduced as players geared up to
expand their market shares in the expected recovery. Notable shifts were from Microsoft and IBM with
significant market share increase," says Eugene Lau, research manager, Telecommunications, IDC Malaysia.
"Going forward, we expect that the Malaysia unified communications and collaboration market will see
strongest growth from videoconferencing, unified messaging, and instant messaging."

                                                              http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142895




                                                 75
                                                                                    February 2011

                                                                                       Pub. Date 2010/12/15
Business Trends: CRM Technology Investment Strategies 2010/2011
Price                                                                               Published by Ovum, Ltd.
US $ 1895 PowerPoint Presentation by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 4738 PowerPoint Presentation by E-mail (Global license)


Introduction
This Ovum study examines current and future CRM spending priorities, adoption drivers and inhibitors,
investment profiles for emerging technologies such as mobile and social media, and the CRM budget outlook
among medium-sized to large enterprises with active CRM strategies. It is based on the results of Ovum' s
Business Trends primary research survey, conducted during 2010.

Features and benefits
・Ovum' s survey provides an understanding of the business drivers and technology investments around
traditional and emerging CRM functions.
・Readers will gain insight into the CRM budget changes and investment priorities of medium-sized and large
enterprises.
Highlights
Organizations' approach to CRM has matured, so while profitability remains the ultimate goal, execution
strategies are increasingly filtered through customer satisfaction and retention initiatives.

Organizations are still struggling with CRM technology and surrounding infrastructure, which is creating
barriers to achieving full value from CRM investments.

Your key questions answered
・What are the key technology trends and investment strategies driving CRM among large and mid-market
enterprises?
・In which areas should I be investing to maximize the value of my customer base and drive long-term
engagement and profitability?

                                                                    http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/143073




                                                   76
                                                                                      February 2011

                                                                                         Pub. Date 2010/12/15
Japan Enterprise VoIP Equipment and Devices 2010-2014 Forecast and
First-Half 2010 Analysis
Price                                                                                       Published by IDC
US $ 5000 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC study (a translation of the IDC report #J100710106) presents the performance results for the Japan
enterprise VoIP equipment market for 2009 and 2010, as well as the market forecasts for 2010 to 2014. The
2009 Japan enterprise VoIP equipment market was severely affected by the deteriorating economic conditions
and this trend continued in 1H10. The VoIP market will continue to have a negative growth in 2010 due to
reduced IT spending by users. IDC, however forecasts that as the demand for replacement systems go up with
the revival of economy, the market is expected to have a slow recovery from 2011 onward.

"The Japan enterprise VoIP equipment market is in its prime and therefore it is imperative that vendors and
other sales channels come up with alternate strategies for their survival. Instead of viewing VoIP as mere
voice transmission systems, they should establish the necessary infrastructure to use other applications as well.
They should also create mechanism to provide centralized management for functions and enhance
cooperation with foreign service providers," says Takashi Manabe, research manager, Software and Security,
IDC Japan.

                                                                  http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142889

                                                                                         Pub. Date 2010/12/15
Perspective: ICM in Manufacturing -- Implementing a
Pay-for-Performance Culture
Price                                                                    Published by Manufacturing Insights
US $ 4500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC Manufacturing Insights Perspective evaluates the current incentive compensation management
(ICM) market and discusses current trends, challenges, growth factors, best practices, and software
solution–related recommendations.

Table of Contents

・In This Perspective
・Learn More

                                                                  http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142893




                                                    77
                                                                                    February 2011

                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/15
NAND Technology Adoption in Connected Portable Computing Devices
Price                                                                                     Published by IDC
US $ 3500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC study surveys storage technology options in connected portable computing devices such as portable
PCs, mini notebooks (aka netbooks), smartphones, media tablets, ereaders, and connected portable media
players. Included in this study is an analysis of how NAND flash technology will be increasingly leveraged in
portable PCs, either as a mass storage device or as a caching solution to boost PC performance.

"NAND flash technology is the predominant storage technology used in a wide variety of portable devices,
except in portable PCs where the higher cost of NAND storage as compared with HDD storage has inhibited
its adoption. However, the recent development of PC data caching technologies that leverage NAND flash to
improve overall PC performance, combined with steadily declining NAND prices, will lead the way to
growing use of SSDs and NAND flash in conjunction with HDD storage in portable PCs over the next several
years."

                                                                 http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142857

                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/15
Content Management and Sales Enablement Survey Results
Price                                                                                     Published by IDC
US $ 4500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC study discusses the results of an online survey of 154 marketing professionals about their content
management and sales enablement activities. Results are presented in nine figures with accompanying
analysis of current state of SE initiatives, major challenges, and recommendations.

"Sales enablement is the new battle cry for B2B organizations looking to grow faster than the overall economy
in the next three years," says Gerry Murray, research manager in IDC' s CMO Advisory Practice. "More leads
are required, they take longer to close, and there is tremendous pricing pressure. As a result, companies must
make the best use of every opportunity to interact with their customers and prospects. That means getting the
right information to the right reps at the right time to make the most of every sales opportunity."

                                                                 http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142854




                                                   78
                                                                                     February 2011

                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/15
Vendor Assessment: ICD-10 Solutions for Healthcare Payers -- Providing
a Platform for Healthcare Reform
Price                                                                   Published by Health Industry Insights
US $ 4500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC Health Insights report discusses how the U.S. healthcare payer market is both time and resource
constrained to meet the deadlines of multiple federal and business mandates. The ability of the organization to
make efficient and cost-effective technology and business decisions could mean the difference between success
and failure in the reforming market. One of the major healthcare payer investments over the next two years
will be ICD-10 compliance. As 2011 approaches and the ICD-10 compliance date draws nearer, health plans
are igniting ICD-10 initiatives. There are many vendors, many solutions, and new options to leverage ICD-10
investments to also meet future needs of the volatile reforming market. In an era of rapid change and resource
constraints, technology must increasingly provide efficient and reusable solutions. This report describes the
ICD-10 solutions framework for payers, provides representative overviews of various vendor solutions and
strategies, and assesses emerging solutions that leverage ICD-10 work and technologies to propel healthcare
payer reform initiatives.

                                                                 http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142882

                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/15
Telecoms Vendor Contract Database: December 2010
Price                                                                               Published by Ovum, Ltd.
US $ 750 Interactive models by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 1875 Interactive models by E-mail (Global license)


Introduction
The Vendor Contract Database shows publically announced carrier-vendor contracts around the world. The
database is searchable by region, quarter, year, operator, vendor, and equipment segment.

Features and benefits
・Identify in which regions and with what products telecom vendors compete.
・Understand opportunities for technology spending in telecom market.
Highlights
This edition of the Telecoms Vendor Contract Database contains information on over 195 new contracts added
during November 2010.

Your key questions answered
・In which regions and with what products are telecom vendors competing?
・What are the opportunities for technology spending in the telecom market?

                                                                 http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/143106




                                                     79
                                                                                   February 2011

                                                                                       Pub. Date 2010/12/15
EMEA WAN Manager Survey 2010: EMEA Attitudes Toward ICT Services
Price                                                                                    Published by IDC
US $ 6400 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC study shows the results of the EMEA WAN Manager Survey 2011. It highlights the views of 1,546
organizations throughout EMEA. This document is one of five providing more insight into green IT, unified
communications, ICT services, managed UC services, and hosted VoIP.

"With 29% of the companies currently using UC and a further 39% planning to use it, UC is taking off in
EMEA. The wide scope of UC means the need for managed services will increase as demand for UC increases,
and this survey confirms the increasing demand for managed unified communications services, such as
managed videoconferencing, convergence, and IP PBX," said Roosmarijn Cornelissen, senior analyst, EMEA
telecoms and networking team.

Table of Contents

・IDC Opinion
・IN This Study
・Situation Overview
・Future Outlook
・Essential Guidance
・Learn More

                                                                http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142900




                                                  80
                                                                                    February 2011

                                                                                       Pub. Date 2010/12/15
Top 10 Companies in the Norwegian Media Industry: IT Spending
Predictor 2010
Price                                                                            Published by Datamonitor
US $ 495 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 1238 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Introduction

This databook provides estimates of IT spending for the top 10 companies in the Norwegian Media industry.
The databook is a comprehensive source of IT spending by company, including assessment by technology and
channel.

Scope

*Ovum' s view of the top 10 companies in the Norwegian Media sector in terms of IT spending
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by technology for each of the top 10 companies
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by channel for each of the top 10 companies

Highlights

The top 10 companies in the Norwegian media industry in terms of estimated IT spending spent the largest
portion of their IT budgets on hardware, a segment that accounted for about 30% of the IT budgets among
these firms. This was followed by spending on software and services.

Among the top 10 companies, a major portion of IT spending is allocated to internal IT. Internal IT accounted
for approximately 38% of the total estimated IT spending by these companies. Bonnier Publications
International AS remained the leading company in terms of spending on the various channels, followed by
Schibsted ASA and Polaris Media ASA.

Reasons to Purchase

*Gain insight into IT budget breakdown of top 10 companies in the Norwegian Media industry and identify
notable areas of allocation
*Identify organizations with top IT expenditures in your target markets
*Leverage IT spending pattern information to tailor account targeting based on company demographics

                                                                http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142697




                                                   81
                                                                                      February 2011

                                                                                          Pub. Date 2010/12/15
West African Broadband Market Tracker
Price                                                                           Published by Frost & Sullivan
Please contact us for pricing

Slide 1-136 encompasses an analysis of West African broadband market, specifically in Nigeria, Cameroon
and Ivory Coast.The research includes an analysis of key market developments and trends, the market size in
terms of revenues and subscribers, sources of competitive advantage and strategic recommendations. This
research service also investigates the impact of various technologies on West African markets.This study also
identifies the market forces in regional broadband markets and determines the potential growth of the different
broadband services across fixed and wireless segments.The base year for the research study is 2009 and the
forecast period is from 2010 to 2016.

Table of Contents

・Executive Summary                                         ・Research Aim and Objectives
・Research Scope and Definitions                            ・Research Methodology
・Introduction to West African Broadband Market             ・Regulatory Overview
・Infrastructure Overview                                   ・Market Developments and Trends
・Market Engineering Measurements                           ・Nigeria
・Cameroon                                                  ・Ivory Coast

                                                                  http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142364

                                                                                          Pub. Date 2010/12/15
Systems Integrator Strategies for European Enterprise Mobility
Price                                                                                       Published by IDC
US $ 5000 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC study examines some of the main SIs focused on the enterprise mobility market and analyzes their
current capabilities as well as their longer-term strategies that address customer requirements in future.
Mobile working will grow steadily in Europe over the next three years as organizations capitalize on the
benefits of portable devices and the consumerization of technology. Vendors, mobile operators, and to an
extent, global telcos have been the prime contractors of mobility services for enterprise customers so far.
However, over the past 12 18 months, systems integrators (SIs) have ramped up their approaches to address
the opportunity. As enterprise mobility is increasingly prioritized at corporate strategy level within most SIs,
we believe they will continue to carve out solid opportunities in the following domains:

・Providing mobility professional services and consulting, including services in hot areas today such as mobile
strategy and policy best practice and advising customers on consumerization
・Mobile device management (MDM), increasingly as extended services to their managed desktop portfolios
・Deploying mobile applications, specifically in terms of providing platform as a service for business to
employee (B2E) and business-to-business-to-consumer (B2B2C) apps

                                                                  http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142892




                                                    82
                                                                                      February 2011

                                                                                         Pub. Date 2010/12/15
HP Networking Equipment Residual Value Forecast, November 2010
Price                                                                                       Published by IDC
US $ 12500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 12500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC study presents residual value projections and specification charts for HP Networking hardware.

"The secondary market for HP Networking equipment is not as well developed as that of its main competitor,
Cisco, but IT organizations will be especially accepting of this equipment on the secondary market, primarily
because of the lifetime warranty and transferability of operating software."     Jennifer Koppy, research
manager, IDC' s Technology Valuation service

Table of Contents
・IDC Opinion                                     ・In This Study
・Situation Overview                              ・Future Outlook
・Essential Guidance                              ・Learn More

                                                                  http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142866

                                                                                         Pub. Date 2010/12/14
North American Managed Mobility Solutions Market - Managing the
Growth of Mobility in Enterprises
Price                                                                           Published by Frost & Sullivan
US $ 6000 Web Access (Regional License)
US $ 6500 Hard Copy & Web Access (Regional License)


With the influx of mobility in the enterprises, some of the critical challenges faced by organizations are the
managing of their costs vis-a-vis their budgets, and the management of the diversity of users, carriers, usage
and devices. The influx of varied smartphones and OS platforms has further made these challenges very
complex for enterprises. At the same time, enterprises have began to see the need for allowing personal liable
smartphones into their realm as a potent measure towards cost cutting. This has posed the alarming challenge
of integrating these devices into the enterprise space, with the required applications, policies and regulations
in place.

Table of Contents

Introduction and Market Overview
Managed Mobility Solutions -Market Trends
Market Dynamics: Industry Challenges, Market Drivers and Restraints
Managed Mobility Solution Market Forecasts and Analysis
Market Observations and Future Trends
Recommendations for Industry Incumbents
Conclusion
Key Company Profiles
About Frost & Sullivan

                                                                  http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142361




                                                    83
                                                                                       February 2011

                                                                                           Pub. Date 2010/12/14
P-to-P Payments at Financial Institutions: Not Micro, Not Mobile, Not
Personal
Price                                                              Published by Mercator Advisory Group, Inc.
US $ 2950 PDF by E-mail (Single User License)


Financial institutions offering P-to-P services have discovered that consumers will find innovative uses for
new products that the designers often never envisioned. While many financial institutions began offering
person-to-person (P-to-P) products with the expectation that they would be used to make small dollar
payments between individuals, consumers have latched onto these products as a way to make a wide range of
electronic payments and eliminate checks.

Banks and credit unions thought that P-to-P products would be used for payments around $20, but many have
found the average size of the payments are ten times that amount! This means that the P-to-P market is much
more than consumers splitting a restaurant tab. This market includes other payments such as those between an
individual and a small business that does not have an electronic invoicing or payments system. Even so,
paying the babysitter or the dog walker is not the same payment function as taking care of a utility or credit
card bill, nor is it purely personal.

Revealed in Mercator Advisory Group' s P-to-P Payments at Financial Institutions: Not Micro, Not Mobile,
Not Personal report is how banks and credit unions may benefit from the application of these products both by
leveraging them as a way to encourage electronic means for payments that were once the domain of cash and
checks and by charging a reasonable fee for a service that provides value to their customers.

"It may be more accurate to refer to these kinds of payments as ' peer-to-peer' payments, as some industry
analysts already do. This is because both the sender and the recipient are peers in that their use of electronic
billing and payment systems happens through a common set of financial transaction tools," Ben Jackson,
senior analyst in Mercator' s Prepaid Advisory Practice comments.

                                                                   http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142213




                                                     84
                                                                                    February 2011

                                                                                       Pub. Date 2010/12/14
Top 10 Companies in the Swedish Life Sciences Industry: IT Spending
Predictor 2010
Price                                                                             Published by Datamonitor
US $ 495 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 1238 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Introduction

This databook provides estimates of IT spending for the top 10 companies in the Swedish Life Sciences
industry. The databook is a comprehensive source of IT spending by company, including assessment by
technology and channel. The databook also provides information on the IT contracts of these companies
where available.

Scope

*Ovum' s view of the top 10 companies in the Swedish Life Sciences sector in terms of IT spending
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by technology for each of the top 10 companies
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by channel for each of the top 10 companies
*Details of IT services contracts by company where available

Highlights

The top 10 companies in the Swedish life sciences industry in terms of estimated IT spending spent the largest
portion of their IT budgets on services, a segment that accounted for about 28% of the IT budgets among these
firms. This was followed by spending on hardware and software.

Among the top 10 companies, a major portion of IT spending is allocated to internal IT. Internal IT alone
accounted for approximately 29% of the total estimated IT spending by these companies. Getinge AB
remained the leading company in terms of spending on the various channels, followed by Meda AB and Pfizer
Health AB.

Reasons to Purchase

*Gain insight into IT budget breakdown of top 10 companies in the Swedish Life Sciences industry and
identify notable areas of allocation
*Identify organizations with top IT expenditures in your target markets
*Leverage IT spending pattern information to tailor account targeting based on company demographics

                                                                http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142707




                                                   85
                                                                                       February 2011

                                                                                           Pub. Date 2010/12/14
Worldwide Storage Networking Infrastrucuture 2010-2014 Forecast:
Converged IT Infrastrucuture Changes the Game and Ushers in 10GbE
Solutions
Price                                                                                        Published by IDC
US $ 4500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 4500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)

This IDC study provides IDC' s 2010 worldwide storage interconnect analysis and forecasts. It reflects
significant adjustments based upon the impact of converged IT infrastructure on IT purchasing patterns. It
forecasts unit and port shipments as well as factory and market revenue for the sale of Fibre Channel host bus
adapters, 10GbE converged network adapters, and Fibre Channel switches. The study includes IDC' s forecast
for FCoE, iSCSI, NFS/CIFS, and SAS server interconnect ports. It also discusses how future trends in server
form factors and datacenter deployment strategies will affect storage interconnect requirements.

"The single-most important factor that will shape the future of the storage infrastructure market is the shift to
converged IT infrastructure as the preferred server, storage, and network-buying model in many large
enterprises and service providers." — Richard Villars, vice president, Storage and IT Executive Strategies

                                                                   http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142858

                                                                                           Pub. Date 2010/12/14
StoneSoft - StoneGate Management Center
Price                                                                                  Published by Ovum, Ltd.
US $ 995 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 2488 PDF by E-mail (Global license)

Introduction
There must be an increased focus on the end-to-end management of networks, especially the provision and
control of security functionality that provides protection against attack. It is imperative that network
administrators have available policy-driven, centrally controllable security management for all network
protection devices.

Features and benefits
・The SMC can offer unified security management for all StoneGate network protection devices.
・Administration workflows are optimized to make daily security management as efficient as possible.
Highlights
The solution enables security management across both virtual and physical networks, which allows the
consistent enforcing of security policies.

The SMC provides shared logging, reporting, and auditing of devices on the network.

Your key questions answered
・Organizations that need increased visibility into their network traffic, security systems, and auditing logs
would benefit from the solution.
・Medium-sized and large organizations with several geographically distributed offices would find the SMC' s
centralized capabilities beneficial.
・Enterprises looking to reduce the workload of administrators should consider using the SMC.

                                                                   http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/143082



                                                     86
                                                                                  February 2011

                                                                                      Pub. Date 2010/12/14
Support.com Vendor Profile
Price                                                                                   Published by IDC
US $ 3500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC Vendor Profile analyzes Support.com, a consumer and small business support services vendor. This
document focuses on the company' s market, service offerings, and strategy for the future.

Table of Contents

・IDC Opinion
・IN This Study
・Situation Overview
・Future Outlook
・Essential Guidance
・Learn More

                                                               http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142856

                                                                                      Pub. Date 2010/12/14
NetApp Residual Value Analysis, October 2010
Price                                                                                   Published by IDC
US $ 10000 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC study includes current fair market value, residual value, and specification charts for Network
Appliance enterprise and midrange disk storage products. It offers primary and secondary market analysis for
the vendor and its products.

"NetApp' s November introduction on new FAS arrays for the high-end and midrange market and the move
from the multicore Nehalem processors from the AMD Athlon are major upgrades for NetApp' s prospects and
current customers." — Susan G. Middleton, research director, TVS

                                                               http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142859




                                                  87
                                                                                      February 2011

                                                                                          Pub. Date 2010/12/14
HP - Application Lifecycle Management
Price                                                                                Published by Ovum, Ltd.
US $ 995 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 2488 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Introduction
Many new products have been added to the portfolio but the key release is the ALM integration platform that
binds HP Quality Center and HP Performance Center together, and the addition of an Agile project
management tool to provide HP' s first organic solution for the development management ALM segment.

Features and benefits
・Lifecycle traceability of requirements through testing and defect resolution.
・Scalability from single projects to multiple enterprise wide projects with thousands of users.
・Test data management for releasing QA and developers from reliance on DBAs to manage functional and
non-functional test data.
Highlights
Script-less testing tools with automated script features for rapid, Agile testing and covering complex web 2.0 /
rich Internet applications.

Your key questions answered
・How can developers ensure an enterprise level Agile project can scale effectively.
・What tooling is available to trace requirements through testing, test results, coding, and code deployment.

                                                                  http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/143070




                                                    88
                                                                                     February 2011

                                                                                         Pub. Date 2010/12/14
Post-recession RPO Becomes a Top Candidate for Growth
Price                                                                                Published by Ovum, Ltd.
US $ 3995 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 9988 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Introduction
The economic crisis that began in 2008 had a dramatic impact on recruitment, and the RPO industry has had
to change to meet buyers' changing needs. This report focuses on how RPO vendors have changed in the last
three years, and how they are evolving to provide global services to enterprises in the future.

Features and benefits
・Analyzes changes to the RPO market in view of the global recession.
・Estimates the size of the RPO market and forecasts its growth in 2011.
Highlights
Recruitment process outsourcing has been through a difficult adolescence, experiencing a spurt of growth
followed by a crisis of confidence as buyers shunned vendors' advances during the recession.

The repercussions of the changes in the buyer-vendor relationship during this phase appears to be
long-lasting, and it could well be that the changes in approach that the recession has necessitated will have
made the value proposition of RPO stronger than ever as the industry moves towards maturity.

Your key questions answered
・How large is the RPO market, and how fast is it growing?
・How can companies benefit from outsourcing recruitment processes?
・Are vendors and enterprises ready for global RPO contracts?

                                                                  http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/143090




                                                    89
                                                                                  February 2011

                                                                                      Pub. Date 2010/12/14
Top 10 Companies in the Norwegian Manufacturing Industry: IT
Spending Predictor 2010
Price                                                                           Published by Datamonitor
US $ 495 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 1238 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Introduction

This databook provides estimates of IT spending for the top 10 companies in the Norwegian Manufacturing
industry. The databook is a comprehensive source of IT spending by company, including assessment by
technology and channel. The databook also provides information on the IT contracts of these companies
where available.

Scope

*Ovum' s view of the top 10 companies in the Norwegian Manufacturing sector in terms of IT spending
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by technology for each of the top 10 companies
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by channel for each of the top 10 companies
*Details of IT services contracts by company where available

Highlights

The top 10 companies in the Norwegian manufacturing industry in terms of estimated IT spending spent the
largest portion of their IT budgets on hardware, a segment that accounted for about 27% of the IT budgets
among these firms. This was followed by spending on services and software.

Among the top 10 companies, a major portion of IT spending is allocated to internal IT. Internal IT alone
accounted for approximately 34% of the total estimated IT spending by these companies. Orkla ASA remained
the leading company in terms of spending on the various channels, followed by Norske Skogindustrier ASA
and Nortura SA.

Reasons to Purchase

*Gain insight into IT budget breakdown of top 10 companies in the Norwegian Manufacturing industry and
identify notable areas of allocation
*Identify organizations with top IT expenditures in your target markets
*Leverage IT spending pattern information to tailor account targeting based on company demographics

                                                               http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142695




                                                  90
                                                                                    February 2011

                                                                                       Pub. Date 2010/12/14
Thoughtworks - Agile ALM
Price                                                                              Published by Ovum, Ltd.
US $ 995 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 2488 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Introduction
Mingle is an Agile Project Management solution, that in addition to project management functionality offers
Agile requirements management, release planning, defect and issue tracking, and collaboration features.

Features and benefits
・Advanced requirements management functionality for Agile development and requirements based testing.
・Adaptive support for multiple processes: Agile, iterative, as well as waterfall and hybrid.
・Thought leader in Agile including continuous testing and more recently continuous delivery with centralized
build, configuration, and release manageme
Highlights
Go offers superior build, configuration, and release management functionality while Twist offers test
management and functional testing capabilities with the ability to execute acceptance criteria or requirements
written in a natural language (English) as tests.

Your key questions answered
・How to provide ALM for Agile projects, and retain flexibility for hybrid project environments.
・How to bridge the development and operations gap with continuous delivery.

                                                                http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/143069




                                                   91
                                                                                   February 2011

                                                                                       Pub. Date 2010/12/14
Top 10 Companies in the Swedish Capital Markets: IT Spending
Predictor 2010
Price                                                                            Published by Datamonitor
US $ 495 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 1238 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Introduction

This databook provides estimates of IT spending for the top 10 companies in the Swedish Capital Markets. The
databook is a comprehensive source of IT spending by company, including assessment by technology and
channel. The databook also provides information on the IT contracts of these companies where available.

Scope

*Ovum' s view of the top 10 companies in the Swedish Capital Markets sector in terms of IT spending
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by technology for each of the top 10 companies
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by channel for each of the top 10 companies
*Details of IT services contracts by company where available

Highlights

The top 10 companies in the Swedish capital markets in terms of estimated IT spending spent the largest
portion of their IT budgets on services, a segment that accounted for about 26% of the IT budgets among these
firms. This was followed by spending on hardware and software.

Among the top 10 companies, a major portion of IT spending is allocated to internal IT. Internal IT alone
accounted for approximately 30% of the total estimated IT spending by these companies. Carnegie Investment
Bank AB remained the leading company in terms of spending on the various channels, followed by Egl Sverige
AB and Mea Futures AB.

Reasons to Purchase

*Gain insight into IT budget breakdown of top 10 companies in the Swedish Capital Markets and identify
notable areas of allocation
*Identify organizations with top IT expenditures in your target markets
*Leverage IT spending pattern information to tailor account targeting based on company demographics

                                                                http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142703




                                                  92
                                                                                     February 2011

                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/14
Israel Vertical Markets 2010-2014 Forecast
Price                                                                                      Published by IDC
US $ 8000 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC study provides a detailed overview of IT spending trends and forecasts for 17 vertical markets (or
sectors) and 10 product and service categories in Israel. The study features overviews of key industry
developments, industry challenges, and vertical-specific IT drivers and trends, including tables detailing IT
spending by vertical market for each product and service type for the 2009–2014 period. Analysis is based on
continuous research, the monitoring of users' IT spending and emerging purchasing patterns, and supply- and
demand-side research.

"As the Israeli economy recovers from the recession, IT vendors will find numerous prospects in the IT market.
In the near future, global regulations will continue to produce conditions supportive to IT investments in
export-based verticals. Computer reform and a private cloud in the education sector will boost growth in this
IT-neglected sector. Above all, in the more distant future, the development of a natural gas industry in Israel
will drive huge growth in the combined mining, process manufacturing, and utilities vertical." – Senior
Analyst Efrat Drori, IDC Israel

                                                                 http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142903




                                                   93
                                                                                      February 2011

                                                                                          Pub. Date 2010/12/14
Case Study: giffgaff
Price                                                                                 Published by Ovum, Ltd.
US $ 1895 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 4738 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Introduction
giffgaff is a MVNO that has set out to offer a competitive package to consumers by cutting its overhead costs
to the minimum while delivering a range of service offerings that are a good fit with the wishes of its user base.
It has achieved this by the close community relationship that it fosters and by building a self-help model run
by the users themselves.

Features and benefits
・Learn how the power of social media can be harnessed to create new business models to challenge
traditional views of the vendor/customer relationship
・Understand how the community can become a corporate attribute and reduce operating costs.
Highlights
The community is part of giffgaff rather than being an entity outside of the organization. The business model is
built around offering mobile services in the form that users would prefer, at a competitive price point, and by
encouraging its users to promote and assist the organization in a number of ways.

Ovum believes that visionary business models will increasingly address consumer markets in this manner and
this has the potential to challenge traditional methods of establishing customer loyalty providing the product
itself continues to meet user expectations.

Your key questions answered
・What opportunities are there for making business more effective through the use of social media
technologies?
・Is the community focus adopted by giffgaff a viable long-term business model or will it fail to scale as the
business matures?

                                                                  http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/143067




                                                    94
                                                                                    February 2011

                                                                                       Pub. Date 2010/12/14
Health Check - Key Players in Mobile Healthcare
Price                                                                  Published by Pyramid Research, Inc.
US $ 3495 PDF by E-mail (Single User License)
US $ 5242 PDF by E-mail (Site License)
US $ 6990 PDF by E-mail (Corporate Use License)


Description
In Health Check: Key Players in Mobile Healthcare, Pyramid Research analyzes trends and strategies related
to mHealth, which include how emerging and conventional technologies are being used to improve access to
and results from healthcare in both developed and underdeveloped countries. It analyzes technological and
behavioral trends for using mHealth technology on a wide variety of devices, describes the latest devices and
software for delivering and distributing mHealth content and services and provides case studies that detail
current mHealth applications. Developments and opportunities related to the growth and implications of
mHealth applications and services are also discussed in the report.

Health Check: Key Players in Mobile Healthcare is an up-to-the-moment overview of the emerging mHealth
market, focusing on a variety of conventional, hybrid and new technologies that are creating new business
models.

                                                                http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142233




                                                   95
                                                                                     February 2011

                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/14
Top 10 Companies in the Swiss Energy and Utilities Industry: IT
Spending Predictor 2010
Price                                                                             Published by Datamonitor
US $ 495 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 1238 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Introduction

This databook provides estimates of IT spending for the top 10 companies in the Swiss Energy and Utilities
industry. The databook is a comprehensive source of IT spending by company, including assessment by
technology and channel. The databook also provides information on the IT contracts of these companies
where available.

Scope

*Ovum' s view of the top 10 companies in the Swiss Energy and Utilities sector in terms of IT spending
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by technology for each of the top 10 companies
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by channel for each of the top 10 companies
*Details of IT services contracts by company where available

Highlights

The top 10 companies in the Swiss energy and utilities industry in terms of estimated IT spending spent the
largest portion of their IT budgets on services, a segment that accounted for about 25% of the IT budgets
among these firms. This was followed by spending on software and hardware.

Among the top 10 companies, a major portion of IT spending is allocated to external IT. Internal IT alone
accounted for approximately 23% of the total estimated IT spending by these companies. Petroplus Holdings
AG remained the leading company in terms of spending on the various channels, followed by Transocean Ltd.
and Aare-Tessin Ltd.

Reasons to Purchase

*Gain insight into IT budget breakdown of top 10 companies in the Swiss Energy and Utilities industry and
identify notable areas of allocation
*Identify organizations with top IT expenditures in your target markets
*Leverage IT spending pattern information to tailor account targeting based on company demographics

                                                                 http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142711




                                                   96
                                                                                    February 2011

                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/14
Top 10 Companies in the Swiss Capital Markets: IT Spending Predictor
2010
Price                                                                             Published by Datamonitor
US $ 495 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 1238 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Introduction

This databook provides estimates of IT spending for the top 10 companies in the Swiss Capital Markets. The
databook is a comprehensive source of IT spending by company, including assessment by technology and
channel. The databook also provides information on the IT contracts of these companies where available.

Scope

*Ovum' s view of the top 10 companies in the Swiss Capital Markets sector in terms of IT spending
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by technology for each of the top 10 companies
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by channel for each of the top 10 companies
*Details of IT services contracts by company where available

Highlights

The top 10 companies in the Swiss capital markets in terms of estimated IT spending spent the largest portion
of their IT budgets on services, a segment that accounted for about 29% of the IT budgets among these firms.
This was followed by spending on hardware and software.

Among the top 10 companies, a major portion of IT spending is allocated to internal IT. Internal IT accounted
for approximately 27% of the total estimated IT spending by these companies. Compagnie Financiere
Tradition S.A. remained the leading company in terms of spending on the various channels, followed by SIX
Group AG & BNP Paribas (Suisse) SA.

Reasons to Purchase

*Gain insight into IT budget breakdown of top 10 companies in the Swiss Capital Markets and identify
notable areas of allocation
*Identify organizations with top IT expenditures in your target markets
*Leverage IT spending pattern information to tailor account targeting based on company demographics

                                                                 http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142710




                                                   97
                                                                                    February 2011

                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/14
Top 10 Companies in the Swedish Retail Banking Industry: IT Spending
Predictor 2010
Price                                                                             Published by Datamonitor
US $ 495 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 1238 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Introduction

This databook provides estimates of IT spending for the top 10 companies in the Swedish Retail Banking
industry. The databook is a comprehensive source of IT spending by company, including assessment by
technology and channel. The databook also provides information on the IT contracts of these companies
where available.

Scope

*Ovum' s view of the top 10 companies in the Swedish Retail Banking sector in terms of IT spending
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by technology for each of the top 10 companies
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by channel for each of the top 10 companies
*Details of IT services contracts by company where available

Highlights

The top 10 companies in the Swedish retail banking industry in terms of estimated IT spending spent the
largest portion of their IT budgets on services, a segment that accounted for about 30% of the IT budgets
among these firms. This was followed by spending on hardware and software.

Among the top 10 companies, a major portion of IT spending is allocated to internal IT. Internal IT alone
accounted for approximately 28% of the total estimated IT spending by these companies. Nordea Bank AB
remained the leading company in terms of spending on the various channels, followed by Skandinaviska
Enskilda Banken AB & Foreningssparbanken.

Reasons to Purchase

*Gain insight into IT budget breakdown of top 10 companies in the Swedish Retail Banking industry and
identify notable areas of allocation
*Identify organizations with top IT expenditures in your target markets
*Leverage IT spending pattern information to tailor account targeting based on company demographics

                                                                 http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142709




                                                   98
                                                                                   February 2011

                                                                                       Pub. Date 2010/12/14
Top 10 Companies in the Swedish Retail Industry: IT Spending Predictor
2010
Price                                                                            Published by Datamonitor
US $ 495 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 1238 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Introduction

This databook provides estimates of IT spending for the top 10 companies in the Swedish Retail industry. The
databook is a comprehensive source of IT spending by company, including assessment by technology and
channel. The databook also provides information on the IT contracts of these companies where available.

Scope

*Ovum' s view of the top 10 companies in the Swedish Retail sector in terms of IT spending
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by technology for each of the top 10 companies
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by channel for each of the top 10 companies
*Details of IT services contracts by company where available

Highlights

The top 10 companies in the Swedish retail industry in terms of estimated IT spending spent the largest
portion of their IT budgets on services, a segment that accounted for about 27% of the IT budgets among these
firms. This was followed by spending on hardware and software.

Among the top 10 companies, a major portion of IT spending is allocated to internal IT. Internal IT alone
accounted for approximately 31% of the total estimated IT spending by these companies. IKEA Group
remained the leading company in terms of spending on the various channels, followed by ICA AB and H & M
Hennes & Mauritz AB.

Reasons to Purchase

*Gain insight into IT budget breakdown of top 10 companies in the Swedish Retail industry and identify
notable areas of allocation
*Identify organizations with top IT expenditures in your target markets
*Leverage IT spending pattern information to tailor account targeting based on company demographics

                                                                http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142708




                                                   99
                                                                                   February 2011

                                                                                       Pub. Date 2010/12/14
Top Companies in the Norwegian Life Sciences Industry: IT Spending
Predictor 2010
Price                                                                            Published by Datamonitor
US $ 495 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 1238 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Introduction

This databook provides estimates of IT spending for the top companies in the Norwegian Life Sciences
industry. The databook is a comprehensive source of IT spending by company, including assessment by
technology and channel. The databook also provides information on the IT contracts of these companies
where available.

Scope

*Ovum' s view of the top companies in the Norwegian Life Sciences sector in terms of IT spending
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by technology for each of the top companies
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by channel for each of the top companies
*Details of IT services contracts by company where available

Highlights

The top companies in the Norwegian life sciences industry in terms of estimated IT spending spent the largest
portion of their IT budgets on services, a segment that accounted for about 28% of the IT budgets among these
firms. This was followed by spending on hardware and software.

Among the top companies, a major portion of IT spending is allocated to internal IT. Internal IT alone
accounted for approximately 27% of the total estimated IT spending by these companies. Laerdal Medical AS
remained the leading company in terms of spending on the various channels, followed by Nycomed Pharma
AS and Pronova BioPharma ASA.

Reasons to Purchase

*Gain insight into IT budget breakdown of top companies in the Norwegian Life Sciences industry and
identify notable areas of allocation
*Identify organizations with top IT expenditures in your target markets
*Leverage IT spending pattern information to tailor account targeting based on company demographics

                                                                http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142696




                                                  100
                                                                                     February 2011

                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/14
Pitney Bowes Business Insight - MapInfo Stratus Technology Audit
Price                                                                               Published by Ovum, Ltd.
US $ 995 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 2488 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Introduction
Location information is a common element in business information but is underutilized due to the difficulty of
accessing it with mainstream business applications and combining it with business data. MapInfo Stratus is a
web-based mapping application that combines location and corporate data and publishes it via a mapping
portal or embedded into business applications.

Features and benefits
・Find out how mapping visualizations can add a different dimension to corporate data that can improve
decision making.
・Gain insight into how to make location information widely accessible to improve communications internally,
and with partners, customers and citizens.
Highlights
80% of corporate data contains some location information, which for the most part is underused. By adding
tools to extract, combine and visualize it, organizations can extract greater value from existing information
assets.

Your key questions answered
・How can valuable location information be distributed and used without incurring additional infrastructure
and training costs?
・How can I fulfill public sector mandates to for information transparency and availability?

                                                                 http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/143092




                                                   101
                                                                                   February 2011

                                                                                      Pub. Date 2010/12/14
Top Companies in the Swedish Information Technology Services
Industry: IT Spending Predictor 2010
Price                                                                            Published by Datamonitor
US $ 495 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 1238 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Introduction

This databook provides estimates of IT spending for the top companies in the Swedish Information Technology
Services industry. The databook is a comprehensive source of IT spending by company, including assessment
by technology and channel.

Scope

*Ovum' s view of the top companies in the Swedish Information Technology Services sector in terms of IT
spending
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by technology for each of the top companies
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by channel for each of the top companies

Highlights

The top companies in the Swedish information technology services in terms of estimated IT spending spent the
largest portion of their IT budgets on services, a segment that accounted for about 27% of the IT budgets
among these firms. This was followed by spending on hardware and software.

Among the top companies, a major portion of IT spending is allocated to internal IT. Internal IT alone
accounted for approximately 28% of the total estimated IT spending by these companies. Addnode AB
remained the leading company in terms of spending on the various channels, followed by WM-data AB and
Cybercom Group Europe AB.

Reasons to Purchase

*Gain insight into IT budget breakdown of top companies in the Swedish Information Technology Services
industry & identify notable areas of allocation
*Identify organizations with top IT expenditures in your target markets
*Leverage IT spending pattern information to tailor account targeting based on company demographics

                                                                http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142706




                                                  102
                                                                                   February 2011

                                                                                       Pub. Date 2010/12/14
Top Companies in the Swedish Healthcare Industry: IT Spending
Predictor 2010
Price                                                                            Published by Datamonitor
US $ 495 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 1238 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Introduction

This databook provides estimates of IT spending for the top companies in the Swedish Healthcare industry.
The databook is a comprehensive source of IT spending by company, including assessment by technology and
channel.

Scope

*Ovum' s view of the top companies in the Swedish Healthcare sector in terms of IT spending
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by technology for each of the top companies
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by channel for each of the top companies

Highlights

The top companies in the Swedish healthcare industry in terms of estimated IT spending spent the largest
portion of their IT budgets on services, a segment that accounted for about 28% of the IT budgets among these
firms. This was followed by spending on hardware and software.

Among the top companies, a major portion of IT spending is allocated to internal IT. Internal IT alone
accounted for approximately 23% of the total estimated IT spending by these companies. Life Europe AB
remained the leading company in terms of spending on the various channels, followed by Cederroth AB and
Sodersjukhuset AB.

Reasons to Purchase

*Gain insight into IT budget breakdown of top companies in the Swedish Healthcare industry and identify
notable areas of allocation
*Identify organizations with top IT expenditures in your target markets
*Leverage IT spending pattern information to tailor account targeting based on company demographics

                                                                http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142705




                                                  103
                                                                                    February 2011

                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/14
Top 10 Companies in the Swedish Energy and Utilities Industry: IT
Spending Predictor 2010
Price                                                                             Published by Datamonitor
US $ 495 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 1238 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Introduction

This databook provides estimates of IT spending for the top 10 companies in the Swedish Energy and Utilities
industry. The databook is a comprehensive source of IT spending by company, including assessment by
technology and channel. The databook also provides information on the IT contracts of these companies
where available.

Scope

*Ovum' s view of the top 10 companies in the Swedish Energy and Utilities sector in terms of IT spending
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by technology for each of the top 10 companies
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by channel for each of the top 10 companies
*Details of IT services contracts by company where available

Highlights

The top 10 companies in the Swedish energy and utilities industry in terms of estimated IT spending spent the
largest portion of their IT budgets on services, a segment that accounted for about 25% of the IT budgets
among these firms. This was followed by spending on software and hardware.

Among the top 10 companies, a major portion of IT spending is allocated to external IT. Product vendor alone
accounted for approximately 22% of the total estimated IT spending by these companies. Vattenfall remained
the leading company in terms of spending on the various channels, followed by Preem AB and AB Svenska
Shell.

Reasons to Purchase

*Gain insight into IT budget breakdown of top 10 companies in the Swedish Energy and Utilities industry and
identify notable areas of allocation
*Identify organizations with top IT expenditures in your target markets
*Leverage IT spending pattern information to tailor account targeting based on company demographics

                                                                 http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142704




                                                  104
                                                                                     February 2011

                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/13
Distribution Channel Profile: HP
Price                                                                                      Published by IDC
US $ 3500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC Vendor Profile focuses on HP' s Imaging and Printing Group (IPG) and highlights HP' s most
successful go-to-market strategies within the context of sales distribution. This document provides an update
to an earlier published HP profile (see Distribution Channel Profile: HP, IDC #213622, August 2008). It
specifically looks at changes and additions that have taken place in 2008–2010.

Table of Contents

・IDC Opinion
・In This Vendor Profile
・Situation Overview
・Future Outlook
・Essential Guidance
・Learn More
・Figure: HP Worldwide Revenue Share by Business Unit, FY09
・Figure: HP Worldwide IPG Revenue Share by Business Segment, FY 2Q10

                                                                 http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/143357




                                                   105
                                                                                     February 2011

                                                                                         Pub. Date 2010/12/13
Effective IT Management
Price                                                                                Published by Ovum, Ltd.
US $ 2995 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 7488 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Introduction
IT management must focus on activities and solutions that facilitate flexibility and increased business service
availability, such as service-management activity, portfolio-management tools and techniques, and the
effective management of the wider environment. While the economic climate remains difficult, IT management
should not focus purely on short-term survival strategies.

Features and benefits
・Business understanding is the catalyst for achieving IT management effectiveness.
・IT organizations cannot continue to ignore the need for better IT financial management.
・Organizations need to create a flexible IT function that enables the delivery of services that meet the
objectives of the enterprise.
・The CIO should provide leadership despite the challenges presented by a federal IT organization.
Highlights
The role of IT needs to change to take into account new challenges and emerging technologies. One of the
areas that needs to change to meet the current and future business needs is the siloed hierarchical IT
organizational structure.

IT management must start to talk the language of business IT functions need to put in place or enhance
processes that lead to enhanced IT financial management. IT management seems to have a real aversion to
beginning to understand the true cost of IT service provision.

A typically complex, distributed, and heterogeneous IT environment is very difficult and expensive to manage,
and a number of disadvantages to this model have become apparent. As a result, the proliferation of system
silos is not sustainable in the long term.

Your key questions answered
・Why IT management must focus on strategic competencies.
・How IT strategy can become more than an isolated exercise.
・Why organizations need to create a flexible IT function.
・Why enterprises should quickly put solutions in place to improve visibility.
・The importance of the CIO providing leadership

                                                                 http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/143065




                                                   106
                                                                                     February 2011

                                                                                         Pub. Date 2010/12/13
Tablets and Smart Devices: Forecast for Media and Broadcast
Price                                                                               Published by Ovum, Ltd.
US $ 3395 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 8488 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Introduction
This report presents Ovum' s forecast for growth in the tablet and smart device market, with detailed analysis
of growth scenarios by platform (iOS, Android, RIM and others). This research is specifically contextualized
for the media and broadcast industries, as the tablet channel emerges as a critical distribution and control
interface for web video.

Features and benefits
・Forecasts for growth in the installed base of tablets by platform and by region.
・Best practice strategy for the publishers, broadcasters, and advertisers looking to exploit the tablet
distribution channel.
・Technical delivery requirements for channel programmers looking to include tablets as part of their
on-demand multi-screen strategy.
Highlights
Ovum predicts that annual tablet and smart device shipments will reach 150 million units by 2015. This figure
includes all devices based on a named set of “light” operating systems including Apple iOS, Google Android
(and potentially Chrome OS), BlackBerry Tablet OS, MeeGo, and HP/Palm webOS.

Android devices will be represented in a broad range of price points, form factors, and retail channels, which
will give Android around 10% market share in 2010, rising through the forecast period to 36% by 2015 driven
by serious engagement from tier-1 and smaller device vendors.

The BlackBerry PlayBook tablet will be the first serious non-iOS, non-Android contender to emerge, running
a new OS based on QNX. RIM' s strategy is to push the PlayBook to its enterprise customer base, while also
making it available to consumers. Ovum' s view is that BlackBerry Tablet OS will find a stable niche among its
core enterprise customers.

                                                                 http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/143062




                                                   107
                                                                                  February 2011

                                                                                      Pub. Date 2010/12/13
Fujitsu: Managed Services for Storage
Price                                                                             Published by Ovum, Ltd.
US $ 995 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 2488 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Introduction
Enterprises' storage requirements are expanding rapidly as they attempt to cope with massive amounts of
unstructured data, core business information, and regulatory and compliance issues. Fujitsu is one of a
number of vendors offering managed services designed to offload the burden of managing storage and
fulfilling capacity requirements, and to put the task into expert hands.

Features and benefits
・Assesses Fujitsu' s services in the light of competitive offerings from EMC, HP, and IBM.
Highlights
Fujitsu offers managed storage services as part of a comprehensive IT managed services portfolio; customers
can either choose bespoke or standard services.

Your key questions answered
・Who should consider managed services for storage and why?

                                                               http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/143088

                                                                                      Pub. Date 2010/12/13
Worldwide Ethernet Switch and Router 3Q10 Market Share Update
Price                                                                                   Published by IDC
US $ 3500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC update reviews 3Q10 manufacturing revenue and shipments in the Ethernet switch and router
markets and shows the quarter-over-quarter (q/q) and year-over-year (y/y) changes.

Table of Contents

・In This Update
・Learn More

                                                               http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142864




                                                 108
                                                                                     February 2011

                                                                                         Pub. Date 2010/12/13
New Zealand - Telecoms, Mobile, Broadband and Forecasts
Price                                                          Published by Paul Budde Communication Pty Ltd.
US $ 995 PDF by E-mail (Single User License)
US $ 1095 Hard Copy
US $ 1990 PDF By Email (10 User License)
US $ 2985 PDF By Email (20 User License)
US $ 3980 PDF by E-mail (Site License)


Report Description
This report covers trends and developments in telecommunications - mobile communications, ultra-fast
broadband network and regulatory developments in New Zealand.

Subjects include:
・Key players in the market including the incumbent operator;
・Regulatory changes affecting the market;
・Planned spectrum changes to the analogue/digital TV and mobile frequencies;
・Key telecommunications statistics;
・An overall market snapshot with statistics and selected market forecasts;
・Market analysis and descriptive commentary of current and future market changes.

                                                                    http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142248

                                                                                         Pub. Date 2010/12/13
3Q10 Capex Spreadsheet: Global
Price                                                                                Published by Ovum, Ltd.
US $ 7500 Interactive models by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 18750 Interactive models by E-mail (Global license)


Introduction
This spreadsheet shows historical quarterly revenue, capital expenditurem and capital intensity of global
telecommunication and cable service providers from 1H 2000 to the most recent quarter.

Features and benefits
・Identify leading service providers in terms of revenue and capital expenditure in the global telecom market.
・Compare revenues and captial spending of major fixed-line and mobile operators by geography.
Highlights
For 3Q10, mobile service provider revenues increased by 4.9% globally, while fixed revenues declined 2.5%
from last year. Over the same period, capital spending was flat for mobile service providers while fixed capex
decreased by 5.9%.

Your key questions answered
・Who are the top players in the global telecom market in terms of revenues and capital spending?
・How do fixed and mobile carrier revenues and capital spending compare accross different regions?

                                                                    http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/143107




                                                    109
                                                                                        February 2011

                                                                                            Pub. Date 2010/12/13
Acronis' Potential for Growth in the Data Protection and Recovery
Marketplace
Price                                                                                         Published by IDC
US $ 3840 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC Vendor Profile analyzes the software company Acronis and reviews its position in the data protection
market. In addition, relevant industry dynamics are discussed and highlighted, and advice is provided for
Acronis within the current competitive landscape.

Table of Contents

・IDC Opinion
・IN This Study
・Situation Overview
・Future Outlook
・Essential Guidance
・Learn More

                                                                    http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142879

                                                                                            Pub. Date 2010/12/13
GLOBAL CONTACTLESS CARD MARKET UPDATE 2010 On The Verge
Of A Breakthrough?
Price                                                               Published by Mercator Advisory Group, Inc.
US $ 950 PDF by E-mail (Single User License)


Contactless cards so far appear to have failed to deliver what they promise, at least not to their full capability.
However, things appear to be changing in 2010 and consumers and merchants might finally start to adopt
contactless card payments soon, and on a broad scale.

About Mercator Advisory Group
Mercator Advisory Group is the leading, independent research and advisory services firm exclusively focused
on the payments and banking industries. We deliver pragmatic and timely research and advice designed to
help our clients uncover the most lucrative opportunities to maximize revenue growth and contain costs. Our
clients range from the world' s largest payment issuers, acquirers, processors, merchants and associations to
leading technology providers and investors.

                                                                    http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/141921




                                                     110
                                                                                    February 2011

                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/13
Worldwide Event-Driven Middleware 2010-2014 Forecast and 2009
Vendor Shares
Price                                                                                     Published by IDC
US $ 4500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC study examines the event-driven middleware market for the period from 2005 to 2014, with vendor
revenue trends and market growth forecasts. Worldwide market sizing is provided for 2009, with trends from
2005. A five-year growth forecast for this market is shown for 2010–2014. Revenue and market share of the
leading vendors is provided for 2009. The event-driven middleware market is an aggregation of
message-oriented middleware, complex event processing software, and standalone business activity
monitoring software.

"We expect to continue seeing innovation in this market and increasing demand over the forecast period.
However, event-driven middleware is increasingly competitive and is also part of larger enterprise integration
suite purchasing. Between price competition, the popularity of open source event-driven middleware, and the
increasing innovation from open source vendors, we expect to see pricing pressure as healthy competition
continues," according to Maureen Fleming, program vice president for IDC' s Business Process Management
and Middleware research. "We believe demand for event-driven middleware will be greater than growth in
spending because of strength of the competitors involved in this market."

                                                                 http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/143338

                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/13
Higher New Business Starts Almost Offset by Higher Mortality Rates as
SOHO Firms Look to 2011 and Beyond
Price                                                                                     Published by IDC
US $ 3500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC Insight examines the changing population of small businesses by size in the United States. The total
number of small businesses is forecast through 2014, with new business formation and business exits
examined in detail. In addition, the business mortality rates of very small businesses and home-based
businesses are compared.

Table of Contents

・IDC Opinion
・In This Insight
・Situation Overview
・Future Outlook
・Table: U.S. Small Businesses by Company Size, 2008 2014 (000)
・Table: Net Increases in U.S. Small Businesses by Company Size, 2009 2014 (000)
・Table: U.S. New Small Business Formation by Company Size, 2009 2014 (000)
・Table: U.S. Small Business Exits by Company Size, 2009 2014 (000)
・Table: U.S. Small Business Mortality Rates by Company Size, 2009 2014 (%)

                                                                 http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142862




                                                   111
                                                                                     February 2011

                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/13
Worldwide Wired Communications Semiconductor 2011-2015 Update
Price                                                                                      Published by IDC
US $ 2500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


Abstract
This IDC update provides IDC' s view on the worldwide wired communications semiconductor market. A
five-year revenue forecast is provided for 2011 - 2015, along with revenue data for 2009 - 2010. The data is
organized in the following manner:

・By device application: Examples include cable and DSL modems, central office headend equipment such as
cable modem termination systems and DSLAMs, enterprise and service provider routers, switches, and
gateways
・By year: 2010 - 2015, with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) forecast for 2010 - 2015

                                                                 http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/143143

                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/13
Japan Mobile Working Enterprise User Survey 2010
Price                                                                                      Published by IDC
US $ 5000 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC study (a translation of the Japanese report IDC #J10070105) provides a survey on the Japan mobile
working market' s enterprise user utilization trends. Due to advances in mobile network technology and an
increase in business mobility device options, the Japan mobile working market continues to grow. This study
conducted surveys on Japan mobile worker population trends, acceptance of implementation by enterprise
users, examples of advanced users, and the market strategies of vendors/carriers. IDC also analyzed future
market growth strategies.

"In order for the Japan mobile working market to maintain growth in the future, it will be important for user
enterprises to clarify their mobile working objectives and approach methods. In addition, vendors and
carriers should concentrate on building an implementation track record in segments with many enterprises
that would find it easy to adapt to mobile working, build both horizontal and vertical strategies, and promote
consultation that includes back office system digitization," says Takashi Manabe, research manager, Software
& Security Group, IDC Japan.

                                                                 http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142888




                                                   112
                                                                                      February 2011

                                                                                         Pub. Date 2010/12/13
Worldwide On-Demand CRM Applications 2010-2014 Forecast and 2009
Vendor Shares
Price                                                                                       Published by IDC
US $ 4500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC study provides the market sizing and vendor shares for the worldwide on-demand customer
relationship applications (CRM) software market in 2009 and forecast for the 2010-2014 time period. Market
trends are provided, along with the future market outlook and guidance to CRM software vendors.

"The ' cloud' and its related applications represent a fundamental shift in IT. On-demand CRM products are a
part of this shift but must remain focused on the business problem and processes to remain relevant." Mary
Wardley, research vice president, CRM applications research

Table of Contents
・IDC Opinion                                     ・In This Study
・Situation Overview                              ・Future Outlook
・Essential Guidance                              ・Learn More

                                                                  http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/143356

                                                                                         Pub. Date 2010/12/13
Cloud Storage Impacted by Datacenter Transfomations and the Changing
Role of IT
Price                                                                                       Published by IDC
US $ 5000 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)

This IDC Insight details how 2011 will be a year of further change as it relates to cloud storage. Over the past
three decades, IDC has released its predictions for the IT industry overall, and in more recent years, it has
also published predictions for the storage industry. In 2010, the IDC storage team launched the Storage
Solutions: Storage and the Cloud research program. As a result, we are authoring a predictions document on
Storage Solutions: Storage and the Cloud with the intent of providing more prescriptive predictions making
forward-looking statements of the impact that cloud and other related IT trends are having on the storage
industry at large.

To ensure the predictions are not biased toward a North American perspective, we have balanced our
forward-looking statements with insights from other geographies including Latin America, EMEA, and
Asia/Pacific. Predictions from IDC' s international storage analysts were synthesized and validated down to a
core set of predictions that:

・Illuminate key growth opportunities in 2011
・Are relevant to different storage segments and players in the storage industry
・May require structural changes or strategic partnerships
・Present a unique opportunity for competitive advantage for those companies that can capitalize on the
opportunity
Our predictions are not meant to be exhaustive in nature. However, we selected the predictions we feel will
have the most material or transformative impact on the storage industry.

                                                                  http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142870



                                                   113
                                                                                   February 2011

                                                                                      Pub. Date 2010/12/13
Puerto Rico: Network Improvements, Possible Operator Consolidation
and a Capex Bonanza
Price                                                                  Published by Pyramid Research, Inc.
US $ 990 PDF by E-mail (Single User License)
US $ 1485 PDF by E-mail (Site License)
US $ 1980 PDF by E-mail (Corporate Use License)


The Puerto Rican telecom market is expected to generate revenues of $2.3bn at the end of 2010 and $2.9bn at
year-end 2015, expanding at a 4.8% CAGR during the period despite challenging economic conditions. In
2010 mobile services will continue to account for the bulk of the sector' s revenues, although its weight is
expected to decrease progressively in favor of mobile and fixed data segments. Revenue growth in the mobile
voice segment will remain flat during the forecasting period, at 1.9% CAGR, while the mobile data segment is
expected to grow at 21.4% CAGR. In the fixed segment we expect broadband to expand at a CAGR of 10.3%,
generating $340m by 2015. Broadband will also encourage subscribers to migrate to cheaper VoIP plans and
will hasten a decline in PSTN.

                                                                http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142238

                                                                                      Pub. Date 2010/12/13
World Enterprise Media Gateway Markets
Price                                                                        Published by Frost & Sullivan
US $ 6000 Web Access (Regional License)
US $ 6500 Hard Copy & Web Access (Regional License)


This strategic analysis is part of Frost & Sullivan' s continued coverage of the world media gateway
marketplace. Through extensive primary and secondary research, this analysis provides enterprise media
gateway equipment vendors, service providers, value-added resellers (VARs), systems integrators (Sis) and
other market participants with detailed analysis of the customer premises equipment (CPE) marketplace for
infrastructure supporting PBXs, IP PBXs, unified communications, and VoIP and SIP trunking services. The
study does not include estimates specifically related to revenues from installation, maintenance, managed
professional, and telco services associated with premises-based gateway solutions.

Table of Contents

Introduction
Market Overview
Market Trends and Challenges
Market Growth Drivers and Restraints
Market Size and Forecasts
Competitive Analysis
Conclusion

                                                                http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142359




                                                  114
                                                                                     February 2011

                                                                                         Pub. Date 2010/12/10
Top Companies in the Irish Energy and Utilities Industry: IT Spending
Predictor 2010
Price                                                                              Published by Datamonitor
US $ 495 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 1238 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Introduction

This databook provides estimates of IT spending for the top companies in the Irish Energy and Utilities
industry. The databook is a comprehensive source of IT spending by company, including assessment by
technology and channel. The databook also provides information on the IT contracts of these companies
where available.

Scope

*Ovum' s view of the top companies in the Irish Energy and Utilities sector in terms of IT spending
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by technology for each of the top companies
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by channel for each of the top companies
*Details of IT services contracts by company where available

Highlights

The top companies in the Irish energy and utilities industry in terms of estimated IT spending spent the largest
portion of their IT budgets on services, a segment that accounted for about 25% of the IT budgets among these
firms. This was followed by spending on software and hardware.

Among the top companies, a major portion of IT spending is allocated to external IT. Product vendor alone
accounted for 22% of the total estimated IT spending by these companies. Electricity Supply Board remained
the leading company in terms of spending on the various channels, followed by Viridian Group Holdings
Limited and Bord Gais Eireann.

Reasons to Purchase

*Gain insight into IT budget breakdown of top companies in the Irish Energy and Utilities industry and
identify notable areas of allocation
*Identify organizations with top IT expenditures in your target markets
*Leverage IT spending pattern information to tailor account targeting based on company demographics

                                                                  http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142683




                                                   115
                                                                                    February 2011

                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/10
Top Companies in the Norwegian Information Technology Services
Industry: IT Spending Predictor 2010
Price                                                                             Published by Datamonitor
US $ 495 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 1238 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Introduction

This databook provides estimates of IT spending for the top companies in the Norwegian Information
Technology Services industry. The databook is a comprehensive source of IT spending by company, including
assessment by technology and channel. The databook also provides information on the IT contracts of these
companies where available.

Scope

*Ovum' s view of the top companies in the Norwegian Information Technology Services sector in terms of IT
spending
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by technology for each of the top companies
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by channel for each of the top companies
*Details of IT services contracts by company where available

Highlights

The top companies in the Norwegian information technology services in terms of estimated IT spending spent
the largest portion of their IT budgets on services, a segment that accounted for about 28% of the IT budgets
among these firms. This was followed by spending on hardware and software.

Among the top companies, a major portion of IT spending is allocated to internal IT. Internal IT alone
accounted for approximately 30% of the total estimated IT spending by these companies. Atea ASA remained
the leading company in terms of spending on the various channels, followed by Det Norske Veritas
Foundation and Kistefos AS.

Reasons to Purchase

*Gain insight into IT budget breakdown of top companies in the Norwegian Information Technology Services
and identify notable areas of allocation
*Identify organizations with top IT expenditures in your target markets
*Leverage IT spending pattern information to tailor account targeting based on company demographics

                                                                 http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142693




                                                  116
                                                                                     February 2011

                                                                                         Pub. Date 2010/12/10
Top Companies in the Irish Capital Markets: IT Spending Predictor 2010
Price                                                                              Published by Datamonitor
US $ 495 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 1238 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Introduction

This databook provides estimates of IT spending for the top companies in the Irish Capital Markets. The
databook is a comprehensive source of IT spending by company, including assessment by technology and
channel. The databook also provides information on the IT contracts of these companies where available.

Scope

*Ovum' s view of the top companies in the Irish Capital Markets sector in terms of IT spending
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by technology for each of the top companies
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by channel for each of the top companies
*Details of IT services contracts by company where available

Highlights

The top companies in the Irish capital markets in terms of estimated IT spending spent the largest portion of
their IT budgets on services, a segment that accounted for about 27% of the IT budgets among these firms.
This was followed by spending on hardware and software.

Among the top companies, a major portion of IT spending is allocated to internal IT. Internal IT alone
accounted for approximately 28% of the total estimated IT spending by these companies. ACC Bank Plc
remained the leading company in terms of spending on the various channels, followed by DEPFA Bank Plc
and Scotiabank (Ireland) Limited.

Reasons to Purchase

*Gain insight into IT budget breakdown of top companies in the Irish Capital Markets and identify notable
areas of allocation
*Identify organizations with top IT expenditures in your target markets
*Leverage IT spending pattern information to tailor account targeting based on company demographics

                                                                 http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142682




                                                   117
                                                                                    February 2011

                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/10
Top 10 Companies in the Irish Life Sciences Industry: IT Spending
Predictor 2010
Price                                                                             Published by Datamonitor
US $ 495 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 1238 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Introduction

This databook provides estimates of IT spending for the top 10 companies in the Irish Life Sciences industry.
The databook is a comprehensive source of IT spending by company, including assessment by technology and
channel. The databook also provides information on the IT contracts of these companies where available.

Scope

*Ovum' s view of the top 10 companies in the Irish Life Sciences sector in terms of IT spending
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by technology for each of the top 10 companies
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by channel for each of the top 10 companies
*Details of IT services contracts by company where available

Highlights

The top 10 companies in the Irish life sciences industry in terms of estimated IT spending spent the largest
portion of their IT budgets on services, a segment that accounted for about 29% of the IT budgets among these
firms. This was followed by spending on hardware and software.

Among the top 10 companies, a major portion of IT spending is allocated to internal IT. Internal IT accounted
for approximately 28% of the total estimated IT spending by these companies. Merck Sharp & Dohme
(Ireland) Ltd remained the leading company in terms of spending on the various channels, followed by Eli
Lilly Export S.A. and Eli Lilly S.A.

Reasons to Purchase

*Gain insight into IT budget breakdown of top 10 companies in the Irish Life Sciences industry and identify
notable areas of allocation
*Identify organizations with top IT expenditures in your target markets
*Leverage IT spending pattern information to tailor account targeting based on company demographics

                                                                 http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142686




                                                   118
                                                                                    February 2011

                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/10
Top 10 Companies in the Irish Retail Banking Industry: IT Spending
Predictor 2010
Price                                                                             Published by Datamonitor
US $ 495 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 1238 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Introduction

This databook provides estimates of IT spending for the top 10 companies in the Irish Retail Banking industry.
The databook is a comprehensive source of IT spending by company, including assessment by technology and
channel. The databook also provides information on the IT contracts of these companies where available.

Scope

*Ovum' s view of the top 10 companies in the Irish Retail Banking sector in terms of IT spending
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by technology for each of the top 10 companies
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by channel for each of the top 10 companies
*Details of IT services contracts by company where available

Highlights

The top 10 companies in the Irish retail banking industry in terms of estimated IT spending spent the largest
portion of their IT budgets on services, a segment that accounted for about 30% of the IT budgets among these
firms. This was followed by spending on hardware and software.

Among the top 10 companies, a major portion of IT spending is allocated to internal IT. Internal IT alone
accounted for 28% of the total estimated IT spending by these companies. Allied Irish Banks, p.l.c. remained
the leading company in terms of spending on the various channels, followed by Bank of Ireland and Anglo
Irish Bank Corporation Limited.

Reasons to Purchase

*Gain insight into IT budget breakdown of top 10 companies in the Irish Retail Banking industry and identify
notable areas of allocation
*Identify organizations with top IT expenditures in your target markets
*Leverage IT spending pattern information to tailor account targeting based on company demographics

                                                                 http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142687




                                                   119
                                                                                   February 2011

                                                                                       Pub. Date 2010/12/10
Top Companies in the Irish Telecommunications Industry: IT Spending
Predictor 2010
Price                                                                            Published by Datamonitor
US $ 495 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 1238 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Introduction

This databook provides estimates of IT spending for the top companies in the Irish Telecommunications
industry. The databook is a comprehensive source of IT spending by company, including assessment by
technology and channel.

Scope

*Ovum' s view of the top companies in the Irish Telecommunications sector in terms of IT spending
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by technology for each of the top companies
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by channel for each of the top companies

Highlights

The top companies in the Irish telecommunications industry in terms of estimated IT spending spent the
largest portion of their IT budgets on hardware, a segment that accounted for about 27% of the IT budgets
among these firms. This was followed by spending on services and software.

Among the top companies, a major portion of IT spending is allocated to internal IT. Internal IT alone
accounted for 31% of the total estimated IT spending by these companies. Avaya International Sales Limited
remained the leading company in terms of spending on the various channels, followed by Meteor Mobile
Communications Ltd & Nowtel Europe Ltd.

Reasons to Purchase

*Gain insight into IT budget breakdown of top companies in the Irish Telecommunications industry and
identify notable areas of allocation
*Identify organizations with top IT expenditures in your target markets
*Leverage IT spending pattern information to tailor account targeting based on company demographics

                                                                http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142688




                                                  120
                                                                                     February 2011

                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/10
Top Companies in the Irish Transportation and Logistics Industry: IT
Spending Predictor 2010
Price                                                                             Published by Datamonitor
US $ 495 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 1238 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Introduction

This databook provides estimates of IT spending for the top companies in the Irish Transportation and
Logistics industry. The databook is a comprehensive source of IT spending by company, including assessment
by technology and channel.

Scope

*Ovum' s view of the top companies in the Irish Transportation and Logistics sector in terms of IT spending
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by technology for each of the top companies
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by channel for each of the top companies

Highlights

The top companies in the Irish transportation and logistics industry in terms of estimated IT spending spent
the largest portion of their IT budgets on services, a segment that accounted for about 27% of the IT budgets
among these firms. This was followed by spending on software and hardware.

Among the top companies, a major portion of IT spending is allocated to internal IT. Internal IT alone
accounted for approximately 27% of the total estimated IT spending by these companies. Ryanair Holdings
plc remained the leading company in terms of spending on the various channels, followed by Aer Lingus
Group plc and An Post.

Reasons to Purchase

*Gain insight into IT budget breakdown of top companies in the Irish Transportation and Logistics industry
and identify notable areas of allocation
*Identify organizations with top IT expenditures in your target markets
*Leverage IT spending pattern information to tailor account targeting based on company demographics

                                                                 http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142689




                                                   121
                                                                                    February 2011

                                                                                       Pub. Date 2010/12/10
Top 10 Companies in the Irish Insurance Industry: IT Spending
Predictor 2010
Price                                                                             Published by Datamonitor
US $ 495 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 1238 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Introduction

This databook provides estimates of IT spending for the top 10 companies in the Irish Insurance industry. The
databook is a comprehensive source of IT spending by company, including assessment by technology and
channel. The databook also provides information on the IT contracts of these companies where available.

Scope

*Ovum' s view of the top 10 companies in the Irish Insurance sector in terms of IT spending
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by technology for each of the top 10 companies
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by channel for each of the top 10 companies
*Details of IT services contracts by company where available

Highlights

The top 10 companies in the Irish insurance industry in terms of estimated IT spending spent the largest
portion of their IT budgets on services, a segment that accounted for about 28% of the IT budgets among these
firms. This was followed by spending on hardware and software.

Among the top 10 companies, a major portion of IT spending is allocated to internal IT, accounted for 25% of
the total estimated IT spending by these companies. Zurich Insurance Plc remained the leading company in
terms of spending on the various channels, followed by Allied World Assurance Holdings (Ireland) Ltd and
Irish Life Assurance plc.

Reasons to Purchase

*Gain insight into IT budget breakdown of top 10 companies in the Irish Insurance industry and identify
notable areas of allocation
*Identify organizations with top IT expenditures in your target markets
*Leverage IT spending pattern information to tailor account targeting based on company demographics

                                                                http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142684




                                                  122
                                                                                   February 2011

                                                                                       Pub. Date 2010/12/10
Top 10 Companies in the Norwegian Capital Markets: IT Spending
Predictor 2010
Price                                                                            Published by Datamonitor
US $ 495 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 1238 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Introduction

This databook provides estimates of IT spending for the top 10 companies in the Norwegian Capital Markets.
The databook is a comprehensive source of IT spending by company, including assessment by technology and
channel. The databook also provides information on the IT contracts of these companies where available.

Scope

*Ovum' s view of the top 10 companies in the Norwegian Capital Markets sector in terms of IT spending
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by technology for each of the top 10 companies
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by channel for each of the top 10 companies
*Details of IT services contracts by company where available

Highlights

The top 10 companies in the Norwegian capital markets in terms of estimated IT spending spent the largest
portion of their IT budgets on services, a segment that accounted for about 29% of the IT budgets among these
firms. This was followed by spending on hardware and software.

Among the top 10 companies, a major portion of IT spending is allocated to external IT. Telco accounted for
approximately 21% of the total estimated IT spending by these companies. Norges Bank remained the leading
company in terms of spending on the various channels, followed by Nord Pool ASA and ABG Sundal Collier
Holding ASA.

Reasons to Purchase

*Gain insight into IT budget breakdown of top 10 companies in the Norwegian Capital Markets and identify
notable areas of allocation
*Identify organizations with top IT expenditures in your target markets
*Leverage IT spending pattern information to tailor account targeting based on company demographics

                                                                http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142690




                                                  123
                                                                                   February 2011

                                                                                       Pub. Date 2010/12/10
Japan IT Security Software 2010-2014 Forecast and 2009 Analysis:
Secure Content and Threat Management
Price                                                                                    Published by IDC
US $ 5000 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC study (a translation of the Japanese report IDC #J10260107) analyzes the performance of the Japan
secure content/threat management (SCTM) market in 2009, and present forecast for 2010–2014. Amid the
economic slump, the Japan SCTM market posted a year-over-year (YoY) growth rate of 0.3%. Antivirus
products that account for slightly less than 80% of the Japan SCTM product market are already mature. It is
important for vendors to develop product suites that incorporate antivirus and other value-added functions,
and strengthen their channel strategies. Meanwhile, elements that will drive the security market are taking
shape. These include products that guard against virtual environment risks and concerns about the security of
cloud systems.

"Currently when cloud service providers have yet to develop an extensive range of security solution menus,
there are opportunities for product vendors to gain market share," says Hideki Hanaoka, research manager,
Software & Security, IDC Japan.

                                                                http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142008




                                                  124
                                                                                    February 2011

                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/10
Top 10 Companies in the Norwegian Healthcare Industry: IT Spending
Predictor 2010
Price                                                                             Published by Datamonitor
US $ 495 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 1238 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Introduction

This databook provides estimates of IT spending for the top 10 companies in the Norwegian Healthcare
industry. The databook is a comprehensive source of IT spending by company, including assessment by
technology and channel. The databook also provides information on the IT contracts of these companies
where available.

Scope

*Ovum' s view of the top 10 companies in the Norwegian Healthcare sector in terms of IT spending
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by technology for each of the top 10 companies
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by channel for each of the top 10 companies
*Details of IT services contracts by company where available

Highlights

The top 10 companies in the Norwegian healthcare industry in terms of estimated IT spending spent the
largest portion of their IT budgets on services, a segment that accounted for about 28% of the IT budgets
among these firms. This was followed by spending on hardware and software.

Among the top 10 companies, a major portion of IT spending is allocated to external. Product vendor
accounted for approximately 25% of the total estimated IT spending by these companies. Rikshospitalet HF
remained the leading company in terms of spending on the various channels, followed by Helse Bergen HF
and St. Olavs Hospital HF.

Reasons to Purchase

*Gain insight into IT budget breakdown of top 10 companies in the Norwegian Healthcare industry and
identify notable areas of allocation
*Identify organizations with top IT expenditures in your target markets
*Leverage IT spending pattern information to tailor account targeting based on company demographics

                                                                 http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142692




                                                   125
                                                                                      February 2011

                                                                                         Pub. Date 2010/12/10
Telehealth in Europe - From Pilot to Mainstream?
Price                                                                                Published by Ovum, Ltd.
US $ 2995 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 7488 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Introduction
As healthcare providers struggle with acute budget restraints, there is a strong case for the deployment of
telemonitoring to remedy the situation. This has helped with the identification of changes in patients'
well-being at an earlier stage, and has subsequently lead to a decrease in the number of emergency room
visits and the average length of hospitalization.

Features and benefits
・A mix of external and internal factors leads to an explosion of costs for the provision of healthcare.
Highlights
The major stakeholders for the provision of telehealth: payers (regional/national authorities, private health
insurers), medical staff (doctors and nurses), and patients and governments have not until now been
sufficiently aware of telehealth.

As the pressures on healthcare payers to close the gaping hole between decreasing contributions and rising
healthcare expenditures, it is important to explore more efficient ways of healthcare delivery. Available
evidence based on pilots into the deployment of telehealth suggests that it has the potential to cut costs.

Your key questions answered
・Understand how demographic as well as economic factors change the funding basis for healthcare
provision.
・Gain insight into the drivers and barriers for telemonitoring
・Examples of telemonitoring pilots across Europe.

                                                                  http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/143076




                                                   126
                                                                                   February 2011

                                                                                       Pub. Date 2010/12/10
Top Companies in the Norwegian Insurance Industry: IT Spending
Predictor 2010
Price                                                                            Published by Datamonitor
US $ 495 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 1238 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Introduction

This databook provides estimates of IT spending for the top companies in the Norwegian Insurance industry.
The databook is a comprehensive source of IT spending by company, including assessment by technology and
channel. The databook also provides information on the IT contracts of these companies where available.

Scope

*Ovum' s view of the top companies in the Norwegian Insurance sector in terms of IT spending
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by technology for each of the top companies
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by channel for each of the top companies
*Details of IT services contracts by company where available

Highlights

The top companies in the Norwegian insurance industry in terms of estimated IT spending spent the largest
portion of their IT budgets on services, a segment that accounted for about 29% of the IT budgets among these
firms. This was followed by spending on hardware and software.

Among the top companies, a major portion of IT spending is allocated to external IT. Telco accounted for
approximately 22% of the total estimated IT spending by these companies. Kommunal Landspensjonskasse
remained the leading company in terms of spending on the various channels,followed by Storebrand
Livsforsikring AS & Vital Forsikring ASA.

Reasons to Purchase

*Gain insight into IT budget breakdown of top companies in the Norwegian Insurance industry and identify
notable areas of allocation
*Identify organizations with top IT expenditures in your target markets
*Leverage IT spending pattern information to tailor account targeting based on company demographics

                                                                http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142694




                                                  127
                                                                                    February 2011

                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/10
2011 Trends to Watch: Application Lifecycle Management
Price                                                                              Published by Ovum, Ltd.
US $ 1895 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 4738 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Introduction
Application lifecycle management (ALM) has entered a new phase in its evolution, and it is having to deal
with the impact of Agile and Lean processes and methodologies on software development, as well as the
impact of the growth in cloud services.

Features and benefits
・Demand for cloud deployment will prompt SaaS-based ALM offerings, not only from new entrants, but also
from established players.
・With Agile in the mainstream, new approaches focused on mixing and matching the right methodologies will
emerge and be supported by ALM tool vendors.
Highlights
ALM has been associated with tooling suites aimed at managing the tasks of that lifecycle, but ALM vendors
have rarely delivered on the promise of integrating the management of the full application lifecycle.

Your key questions answered
・Understand that ALM is not simply a matter of managing software development.
・Understand that SaaS ALM delivery is seeing rapid uptake, and be aware of your options to compete
effectively in this new market.

                                                                 http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/143053

                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/10
BRIC:Brazil Executive Market Watch 3Q 2010
Price                                                                                     Published by IDC
US $ 2500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


IDC' s BRIC: Brazil, Russia, India, and China Executive Market Watch service is a qualitative complement to
our quarterly research services and range of annual studies published in these countries. In this document you
will find an analysis of the developments of the 3Q 2010 in Brazil.

Table of Contents

・IDC Opinion
・Learn More

                                                                 http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142890




                                                  128
                                                                                     February 2011

                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/10
Worldwide Network Management Software and Appliance 2010-2015
Forecast and 2009 Vendor Shares
Price                                                                                      Published by IDC
US $ 4500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC study provides a six-year forecast for the worldwide network management market. Figures for
2010–2015 are forecast; figures for 2009 are actual for the full calendar year.

"The network management market remains a solid and steady market with ongoing consolidation as vendors
look to expand their product offering depth and breadth to better meet the needs of their customers. Factors
such as virtualization, video, voice, and cloud computing will play a major role in driving continued growth in
this market." — Tracy Corbo, IDC senior analyst, Enterprise Communication Infrastructure

Table of Contents

・IDC Opinion                                      ・In This Study
・Situation Overview                               ・Future Outlook
・Essential Guidance                               ・Learn More

                                                                 http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/141987

                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/10
Equipment Market Quarterly Update: 3Q10 Spreadsheet
Price                                                                               Published by Ovum, Ltd.
US $ 7500 Interactive models by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 18750 Interactive models by E-mail (Global license)


Introduction
The Equipment Market Quarterly Update is a roll-up of the Network Infrastructure equipment vendors' 3Q10
results. Market share and rank are calculated at this higher level. Capex from major carriers is compared to
equipment vendor results.

Features and benefits
・Examine market share data for planning, competitive intelligence, and marketing.
・Identify leading vendors in the telecom equipment market.
・Compare telecom vendor results at a higher level than our individual market share publications.
Highlights
In 3Q10, the telecom equipment market grew 1% sequentially and was up 15% versus 3Q09.

Your key questions answered
・Which are the key vendors in the overall telecom equipment market?
・How does carrier capex spend relate to equipment vendor revenues?

                                                                 http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/143104




                                                    129
                                                                                     February 2011

                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/10
Top 10 Companies in the Norwegian Energy and Utilities Industry: IT
Spending Predictor 2010
Price                                                                             Published by Datamonitor
US $ 495 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 1238 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Introduction

This databook provides estimates of IT spending for the top 10 companies in the Norwegian Energy and
Utilities industry. The databook is a comprehensive source of IT spending by company, including assessment
by technology and channel. The databook also provides information on the IT contracts of these companies
where available.

Scope

*Ovum' s view of the top 10 companies in the Norwegian Energy and Utilities sector in terms of IT spending
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by technology for each of the top 10 companies
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by channel for each of the top 10 companies
*Details of IT services contracts by company where available

Highlights

The top 10 companies in the Norwegian energy and utilities industry in terms of estimated IT spending spent
the largest portion of their IT budgets on services, a segment that accounted for about 25% of the IT budgets
among these firms. This was followed by spending on software and hardware.

Among the top 10 companies, a major portion of IT spending is allocated to external IT. Product vendor alone
accounted for approximately 23% of the total estimated IT spending by these companies. StatoilHydro ASA
remained the leading company in terms of spending on the various channels, followed by Norsk Hydro ASA
and Total E&P Norge AS.

Reasons to Purchase

*Gain insight into IT budget breakdown of top 10 companies in the Norwegian Energy and Utilities industry
and identify notable areas of allocation
*Identify organizations with top IT expenditures in your target markets
*Leverage IT spending pattern information to tailor account targeting based on company demographics

                                                                 http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142691




                                                   130
                                                                                    February 2011

                                                                                       Pub. Date 2010/12/10
Top 10 Companies in the Irish Manufacturing Industry: IT Spending
Predictor 2010
Price                                                                            Published by Datamonitor
US $ 495 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 1238 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Introduction

This databook provides estimates of IT spending for the top 10 companies in the Irish Manufacturing industry.
The databook is a comprehensive source of IT spending by company, including assessment by technology and
channel. The databook also provides information on the IT contracts of these companies where available.

Scope

*Ovum' s view of the top 10 companies in the Irish Manufacturing sector in terms of IT spending
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by technology for each of the top 10 companies
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by channel for each of the top 10 companies
*Details of IT services contracts by company where available

Highlights

The top 10 companies in the Irish Manufacturing industry in terms of estimated IT spending spent the largest
portion of their IT budgets on hardware, a segment that accounted for about 27% of the IT budgets among
these firms. This was followed by spending on services and software.

Among the top 10 companies, a major portion of IT spending is allocated to internal IT. Internal IT alone
accounted for approximately 35% of the total estimated IT spending by these companies. CRH plc remained
the leading company in terms of spending on the various channels, followed by Ingersoll-Rand plc and Kerry
Group plc.

Reasons to Purchase

*Gain insight into IT budget breakdown of top 10 companies in the Irish Manufacturing industry and identify
notable areas of allocation
*Identify organizations with top IT expenditures in your target markets
*Leverage IT spending pattern information to tailor account targeting based on company demographics

                                                                http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142685




                                                  131
                                                                                      February 2011

                                                                                         Pub. Date 2010/12/10
2010 Metro Carrier Report Card
Price                                                                         Published by ATLANTIC -ACM
US $ 3950 Single-user Hardcopy


ATLANTIC-ACM' s 2010 U.S. Metro Carrier Report Card is the latest edition of the industry' s chief
benchmarking study of wholesalers and their performance by their local wholesale customers. In addition to
performance in key areas by leading carriers, the study examines product trending and which products
customers anticipate increasing and/or decreasing spend in the coming year.

Report Overview
ATLANTIC-ACM is a strategy consulting and customized research firm specializing in the U.S. and global
telecommunications, e-commerce, telecom equipment and broadband service industries. ATLANTIC-ACM' s
affiliates have offices in countries worldwide. Using proprietary databases and a portfolio of research,
modeling, and decision-supporting methodologies, ATLANTIC-ACM assists clients evaluating
telecommunications and other networked communications opportunities for successful investment, market
entry, and long-term planning.

                                                                  http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/139328

                                                                                         Pub. Date 2010/12/10
Asia/Pacific Business Analytics Software 2010-2014 Forecast and 2009
Vendor Shares
Price                                                                                       Published by IDC
US $ 4500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC study on the Asia/Pacific (Excluding Japan) or APEJ business analytics software market covers the
top vendors' revenue in 2009 and 2008, brief profiles of the leading vendors, and 2008–2014 market size
forecasts for the 13 APEJ countries.

"After a turbulent 2009, the business analytics software market is now well in position for growth in the region.
IDC forecasts that the APEJ business analytics software market revenue will reach US$2,513.1 million by
2014 on the back of a 10.5% five-year compound annual growth rate (CAGR)," says Sharon Tan, research
manager, Asia/Pacific Information Management and Analytics, Research Domain.

Table of Contents

・IDC Opinion
・In This Study
・Situation Overview
・Future Outlook
・Essential Guidance
・Learn More

                                                                  http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/141994




                                                   132
                                                                                        February 2011

                                                                                            Pub. Date 2010/12/10
Business Strategy: The State of Retailer-Supplier Collaboration in 2010
Price                                                                       Published by Global Retail Insights
US $ 4500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC Retail Insights report presents our view on the state of collaboration between consumer products
(CP) manufacturers and retailers, starting with an economic review and followed by analysis of areas where
we see either the highest current level of collaboration or the greatest future potential for collaboration. The
report concludes with a look at the future of collaboration for retailers and their trading partners, along with
insights on where companies should focus their collaborative efforts.

"It is our view that CP retailer-manufacturer collaboration is turning a corner, as collaboration becomes more
organic to processes, occurring very naturally not because we want to force silos or organizations to
collaborate, but because our processes simply become collaborative, akin to the way that Facebook and text
messaging have become a primary means of communication for many social circles. Indeed the rapid
adoption of consumer social networking and collaborative technologies may be viewed as an indicator of the
coming wave of collaborative business tendencies." Leslie Hand, research director, Supply Chain, Sourcing
and PLM, IDC Retail Insights.

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                                                                                            Pub. Date 2010/12/09
Worldwide Data Integration and Access Software 2009 Vendor and
Segment Analysis
Price                                                                                         Published by IDC
US $ 3500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC study breaks down the previously published 2009 vendor shares and forecast for 2010– 2014 of the
data integration and access software market, with analysis and comments for each market segment. "Evidence
from surveys and other IDC research has indicated, for some time now, that enterprises have been accepting
the importance of taking a strategic approach to data integration, as opposed to treating this activity as a
series of isolated projects serving specific, narrowly defined purposes," said Carl Olofson, research vice
president for Database Management and Data Integration Software at IDC. "As the economy emerges from
recession, this trend is expressing itself in relatively stronger growth for those segments of the data integration
and access software market that are key to strategic enterprise information management."

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                                                                                    February 2011

                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/09
Top 10 Companies in the Australian Construction and Engineering
Services Industry: IT Spending Predictor 2010
Price                                                                             Published by Datamonitor
US $ 495 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 1238 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Introduction

This databook provides estimates of IT spending for the top 10 companies in the Australian Construction and
Engineering Services industry. The databook is a comprehensive source of IT spending by company, including
assessment by technology and channel.

Scope

*Ovum' s view of the top 10 companies in the Australian Construction and Engineering Services sector in
terms of IT spending
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by technology for each of the top 10 companies
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by channel for each of the top 10 companies

Highlights

The top 10 companies in the Australian construction and engineering services in terms of estimated IT
spending spent the largest portion of their IT budgets on services, a segment that accounted for about 28% of
the IT budgets among these firms. This was followed by spending on hardware and software.

Among the top 10 companies, a major portion of IT spending is allocated to external IT. Internal IT accounted
for approximately 26% of the total estimated IT spending by these companies. Leighton Holdings Limited
remained the leading company in terms of spending on the various channels, followed by United Group
Limited and The GPT Group.

Reasons to Purchase

*Gain insight into IT budget breakdown of top 10 companies in Australian Construction and Engineering
Services & identify notable areas of allocation
*Identify organizations with top IT expenditures in your target markets
*Leverage IT spending pattern information to tailor account targeting based on company demographics

                                                                 http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142665




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                                                                                     February 2011

                                                                                         Pub. Date 2010/12/09
Whither the Australian Government's ICT Reform Agenda?
Price                                                                                Published by Ovum, Ltd.
US $ 1895 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 4738 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Introduction
The Australian government recently released an independent review of the implementation of its ICT Reform
Program. The review, conducted by Dr. Ian Reinecke, concluded that implementation of the program, while
having achieved some successes, had many shortcomings in governance and in the role of its central agency
driver - the Australian Government Information Management Office (AGIMO).

Features and benefits
・The report provides insights into the likely direction of the Australian federal government' s ICT strategy in
2011.
・We discuss the likely role of the central agency driver - AGIMO - in 2011 and thereafter.
Highlights
The ICT Reform Program receives a disappointing scorecard.

Whole-of-government ICT needs to deliver business value to agencies to maintain its relevance.

Agency secretaries and CEOs need to reassert ownership of ' just enoughwhole-of-government ICT.

Your key questions answered
・What were the outcomes of the recent review conducted by Dr. Ian Reinecke into the imlementation of the
government' s ICT Reform Program?
・What will the role of AGIMO be in 2011 and thereafter?

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                                                   135
                                                                                   February 2011

                                                                                       Pub. Date 2010/12/09
Worldwide Asset-Oriented Value Chain 2011 Top 10 Predictions
Price                                                                  Published by Manufacturing Insights
US $ 4500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC Manufacturing Insights report presents our annual top 10 predictions for asset-oriented
manufacturers.

Bob Parker, group VP of Research, said, "The consensus among manufacturing executives is that recovery is
under way, but a considerable amount of uncertainty exists regarding the degree and speed of that recovery.
Manufacturing companies are creating competitive advantage by better managing complexity while better
responding to volatility this is the key theme for 2011 in the industry."

Table of Contents

・Predictions
・In This Study
・Situation Overview
・Future Outlook
・Essential Guidance
・Learn More

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                                                                                       Pub. Date 2010/12/09
Onzo Private Vendor Watchlist Profile: Providing Utility Companies with
Customer Intelligence Solutions
Price                                                                                    Published by IDC
US $ 3000 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC Vendor Profile analyzes Onzo, a company playing in the energy management market, and reviews
key success factors: market potential, technology/solution, corporate strategy, force multipliers, and
customers. Leveraging IDC' s expert understanding of the competitive landscape and future outlook, this
document highlights company and market information tailored to the investment professional' s needs.

Table of Contents

・IDC Opinion
・In This Study
・Situation Overview
・Future Outlook
・Essential Guidance
・Learn More

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                                                  136
                                                                                    February 2011

                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/09
Market Share: 3Q10 ON EMEA and AP Subregional Spreadsheet
Price                                                                               Published by Ovum, Ltd.
US $ 7500 Interactive models by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 18750 Interactive models by E-mail (Global license)


Introduction
The ON subregional market share spreadsheet shows quarterly equipment vendor results for subregions
within EMEA (Big 5 Europe, CIS/Other Europe, MEA) and Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, India, Other AP).

Features and benefits
・Market share data for planning, competitive intelligence, and marketing.
・Identification of business opportunities within specific subregions within AP and EMEA.
Highlights
In 3Q10, the global optical networking market grew 5% sequentially and was flat versus 3Q09.

Your key questions answered
・Which are the key vendors in the optical networking market by subregion?
・Which optical networking vendors gained and lost share, and in which subregions, during the most recent
quarter?

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                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/09
Worldwide and U.S. Research and Development/Product Engineering
Services 2010-2014 Forecast: Will the Economic Downturn and
Changing Customer Needs Enable Increased Outsourcing of These
Services?
Price                                                                                     Published by IDC
US $ 4500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC study forecasts fairly robust growth for the R&D/product engineering services market in the long
term as technology product customers look to outsource their product development and innovation work to
outsourcing vendors. IDC forecasts a slowdown in 2010 and has revised the forecast for 2010 downward. IDC
is of the opinion that customers will increase their outsourcing spend from 2011 as the economy revives and
expects spending for these services to reach an estimated $57 billion by 2014.

"Technology product customers have not scaled back their R&D/product engineering budgets significantly in
light of shrinking sales. These customers across different industries face newer challenges in the current
recession and are looking to provide new and innovative products at lower costs to their customers. In this
situation, the value proposition provided by R&D/product engineering services vendors will continue to find
favor with these customers," says Mukesh Dialani, research manager, IDC. "Vendors should start partnering
during the product ideation phase with their customers, continue to innovate, invest in infrastructure, build
and/or buy IP, hire and retain industry-specific talent, and set up proof-of-concept centers and centers of
excellence in order to increase the adoption of these services."

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                                                    137
                                                                                   February 2011

                                                                                      Pub. Date 2010/12/09
EMEA WAN Manager Survey 2010: EMEA Attitudes Toward Unified
Communications and VoIP Infrastructure
Price                                                                                    Published by IDC
US $ 6400 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC study shows the results of the EMEA WAN Manager Survey 2011. It highlights the views of 1,546
organizations throughout EMEA. This study is one of five providing more insight into green IT, unified
communications (UC), ICT services, managed UC services, and hosted VoIP.

"Although vendors will continue to struggle to provide companies with a clear view of the added value of UC,
the number of companies using and planning to use UC is increasing and this is expected to remain the trend
over the next three years," said Roosmarijn Cornelissen, senior analyst, IDC EMEA Telecoms and
Networking.

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                                                                                      Pub. Date 2010/12/09
Smartphone Futures 2011-2015
Price                                                                 Published by Portio Research Limited
US $ 2395 PDF By E-mail (1 - 5 User License)
US $ 3295 PDF by E-mail (Site License)
US $ 4895 PDF by E-mail (Unlimited Use License)


Key features of this exciting new market study:
・Fully understand the rapidly-developing smartphone market
・Examine the positioning of Smartphone and Operating System Vendors, and App Stores
・Explore opportunities in this fast growing space
・Study vendor profiles, learn more about the current and future key players
・Plan using handset and smartphone forecasts to 2015
・Compare iPhone/BlackBerry, and iPhone/Android growth
・Read of regional variations, understand key strongholds for certain vendors
・All this and more in this must-have 139 page report
While worldwide handset shipments are expected to grow at a CAGR of 6 percent during the period
2010-2015, worldwide smartphone shipments will record a growth rate over 3 times larger.

In 2010, smartphone shipments were the growth driver for the rebound in 2010' s total handset shipments. The
worldwide handset market witnessed a year-on-year growth of 12.2 percent during 2009-2010, primarily
driven by 76.5 percent y-o-y growth in smartphone shipments in the same period.

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                                                  138
                                                                                     February 2011

                                                                                         Pub. Date 2010/12/09
Worldwide Mobile Application Developer Community Size Estimates by
OS in 4Q10
Price                                                                                      Published by IDC
US $ 3500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC study estimates the active mobile application developer community sizes for each of the six major
mobile OS providers — Apple, Google, HP, Microsoft, Nokia, and RIM. Mobile and IT industry discussions
about application developers are largely dominated by Apple iOS and Google Android, as both OSs shift from
a purely mobile focus to new connected device types like media tablets, connected TVs, ereaders, consumer
electronics, autos, and eventually PCs. Nevertheless, other major players including Nokia, RIM, and
Microsoft show surprising continued strength in terms of the size of their active developer bases.

"The competitive strength of any OS is centered not just on its underlying capabilities and the devices built
upon it but the size and engagement level of app developers," notes Scott Ellison, vice president of Mobile and
Connected Consumer Platforms at IDC. "While it seems that Apple and Google dominate ' everything app,'
key players such as Nokia, RIM, and Microsoft have large and active developer bases of their own that are
often underestimated," he added

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                                                                                         Pub. Date 2010/12/09
Croatia Vertical Markets 2010-2014 Forecast
Price                                                                                      Published by IDC
US $ 8000 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC study provides a detailed overview of IT spending trends and forecasts for 17 vertical markets (or
sectors) and 10 product and service categories in Slovakia. The study features overviews of key industry
developments, industry challenges, and vertical-specific IT drivers and trends and includes tables detailing IT
spending by vertical market for each product and service type for the 2009–2014 period. Analysis is based on
continuous research, the monitoring of users' IT spending and emerging purchasing patterns, and supply- and
demand-side research.

"IT spending in Croatia was severely affected by the crisis in 2009. An economic rebound and the country' s
preparations for EU membership will drive the IT market in the coming years." – Managing Director Boris
Žitnik, IDC Adriatics

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                                                   139
                                                                                    February 2011

                                                                                       Pub. Date 2010/12/09
US Business Spending, 2009-2014: Wireless Services Spending By Plan
Type, Vertical Market, and Size of Business
Price                                                                                  Published by In-Stat
US $ 9995 Excel Spreadsheet - Single User License


The Microsoft Excel data file provides forecasts of US business wireless services spending for the 2009-2014
period with detailed segmentation by product category, size of business, and vertical market.

Detail is included for:
・Voice-Only Services, Voice and Messaging Bundled Services, and Voice, Messaging, and Data Bundled
Services.
Forecasts are broken into the following size-of-business segments and sub-segments:
・SOHO business (1 to 4 employees)
・Small business (5 to 9 employees, 10 to 19 employees, and 20 to 99 employees)
・Mid-sized business (100 to 499 employees and 500 to 999 employees)
・Enterprise (1,000 to 4,999 employees, 5,000 to 9,999 employees, and 10,000 or more employees)

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                                                    140
                                                                                    February 2011

                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/09
Top 10 Companies in the Australian Media Industry: IT Spending
Predictor 2010
Price                                                                             Published by Datamonitor
US $ 495 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 1238 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Introduction

This databook provides estimates of IT spending for the top 10 companies in the Australian Media industry.
The databook is a comprehensive source of IT spending by company, including assessment by technology and
channel. The databook also provides information on the IT contracts of these companies where available.

Scope

*Ovum' s view of the top 10 companies in the Australian Media sector in terms of IT spending
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by technology for each of the top 10 companies
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by channel for each of the top 10 companies
*Details of IT services contracts by company where available

Highlights

The top 10 companies in the Australian media industry in terms of estimated IT spending spent the largest
portion of their IT budgets on hardware, a segment that accounted for about 27% of the IT budgets among
these firms. This was followed by spending on services and software.

Among the top 10 companies, a major portion of IT spending is allocated to internal IT. Internal IT alone
accounted for approximately 33% of the total estimated IT spending by these companies. Fairfax Media
Limited remained the leading company in terms of spending on the various channels, followed by PMP
Limited and APN News & Media Limited.

Reasons to Purchase

*Gain insight into IT budget breakdown of top 10 companies in the Australian Media industry and identify
notable areas of allocation
*Identify organizations with top IT expenditures in your target markets
*Leverage IT spending pattern information to tailor account targeting based on company demographics

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                                                  141
                                                                                   February 2011

                                                                                       Pub. Date 2010/12/09
Top Companies in the Australian Public Sector - Government: IT
Spending Predictor 2010
Price                                                                            Published by Datamonitor
US $ 495 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 1238 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Introduction

This databook provides estimates of IT spending for the top companies in the Australian Public Sector -
Government. The databook is a comprehensive source of IT spending by company, including assessment by
technology and channel. The databook also provides information on the IT contracts of these companies
where available.

Scope

*Ovum' s view of the top companies in the Australian Public Sector - Government sector in terms of IT
spending
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by technology for each of the top companies
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by channel for each of the top companies
*Details of IT services contracts by company where available

Highlights

The top companies in the Australian public sector - government in terms of estimated IT spending spent the
largest portion of their IT budgets on services, a segment that accounted for about 27% of the IT budgets
among these firms. This was followed by spending on hardware and software.

Among the top companies, a major portion of IT spending is allocated to internal IT. Internal IT alone
accounted for approximately 26% of the total estimated IT spending by these companies. Australian Taxation
Office remained the leading company in terms of spending on the various channels, followed by Centrelink
and Comcare.

Reasons to Purchase

*Gain insight into IT budget breakdown of top companies in the Australian Public Sector - Government and
identify notable areas of allocation
*Identify organizations with top IT expenditures in your target markets
*Leverage IT spending pattern information to tailor account targeting based on company demographics

                                                                http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142681




                                                  142
                                                                                   February 2011

                                                                                       Pub. Date 2010/12/09
Top 10 Companies in the Australian Wholesale and Distribution
Industry: IT Spending Predictor 2010
Price                                                                            Published by Datamonitor
US $ 495 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 1238 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Introduction

This databook provides estimates of IT spending for the top 10 companies in the Australian Wholesale and
Distribution industry. The databook is a comprehensive source of IT spending by company, including
assessment by technology and channel.

Scope

*Ovum' s view of the top 10 companies in the Australian Wholesale and Distribution sector in terms of IT
spending
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by technology for each of the top 10 companies
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by channel for each of the top 10 companies

Highlights

The top 10 companies in the Australian wholesale and distribution industry in terms of estimated IT spending
spent the largest portion of their IT budgets on hardware, a segment that accounted for about 27% of the IT
budgets among these firms. This was followed by spending on services and software.

Among the top 10 companies, a major portion of IT spending is allocated to internal IT. Internal IT alone
accounted for approximately 33% of the total estimated IT spending by these companies. Metcash Ltd
remained the leading company in terms of spending on the various channels, followed by Apple Pty Ltd and
Samsung Electronics Australia Pty Ltd.

Reasons to Purchase

*Gain insight into IT budget breakdown of top 10 companies in the Australian Wholesale and Distribution
industry & identify notable areas of allocation
*Identify organizations with top IT expenditures in your target markets
*Leverage IT spending pattern information to tailor account targeting based on company demographics

                                                                http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142680




                                                  143
                                                                                    February 2011

                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/09
Top 10 Companies in the Australian Travel and Hospitality Industry: IT
Spending Predictor 2010
Price                                                                             Published by Datamonitor
US $ 495 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 1238 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Introduction

This databook provides estimates of IT spending for the top 10 companies in the Australian Travel and
Hospitality industry. The databook is a comprehensive source of IT spending by company, including
assessment by technology and channel.

Scope

*Ovum' s view of the top 10 companies in the Australian Travel and Hospitality sector in terms of IT spending

*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by technology for each of the top 10 companies
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by channel for each of the top 10 companies

Highlights

The top 10 companies in the Australian travel and hospitality industry in terms of estimated IT spending spent
the largest portion of their IT budgets on services, a segment that accounted for about 26% of the IT budgets
among these firms. This was followed by spending on hardware and software.

Among the top 10 companies, a major portion of IT spending is allocated to internal IT. Internal IT alone
accounted for approximately 30% of the total estimated IT spending by these companies. Tabcorp Holdings
Limited remained the leading company in terms of spending on the various channels, followed by Tatts Group
Limited and Crown Limited.

Reasons to Purchase

*Gain insight into IT budget breakdown of top 10 companies in the Australian Travel and Hospitality industry
and identify notable areas of allocation
*Identify organizations with top IT expenditures in your target markets
*Leverage IT spending pattern information to tailor account targeting based on company demographics

                                                                 http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142679




                                                   144
                                                                                    February 2011

                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/09
Top 10 Companies in the Australian Transportation and Logistics
Industry: IT Spending Predictor 2010
Price                                                                             Published by Datamonitor
US $ 495 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 1238 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Introduction

This databook provides estimates of IT spending for the top 10 companies in the Australian Transportation
and Logistics industry. The databook is a comprehensive source of IT spending by company, including
assessment by technology and channel. The databook also provides information on the IT contracts of these
companies where available.

Scope

*Ovum' s view of the top 10 companies in the Australian Transportation and Logistics sector in terms of IT
spending
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by technology for each of the top 10 companies
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by channel for each of the top 10 companies
*Details of IT services contracts by company where available

Highlights

The top 10 companies in the Australian transportation and logistics industry in terms of estimated IT spending
spent the largest portion of their IT budgets on services, a segment that accounted for about 27% of the IT
budgets among these firms. This was followed by spending on software and hardware.

Among the top 10 companies, a major portion of IT spending is allocated to internal IT. Internal IT alone
accounted for approximately 27% of the total estimated IT spending by these companies. Qantas Airways
remained the leading company in terms of spending on the various channels, followed by Toll Holdings
Limited and Australia Post.

Reasons to Purchase

*Gain insight into IT budget breakdown of top 10 companies in the Australian Transportation & Logistics
industry & identify notable areas of allocation
*Identify organizations with top IT expenditures in your target markets
*Leverage IT spending pattern information to tailor account targeting based on company demographics

                                                                 http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142678




                                                  145
                                                                                    February 2011

                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/09
Top 10 Companies in the Australian Telecommunications Industry: IT
Spending Predictor 2010
Price                                                                             Published by Datamonitor
US $ 495 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 1238 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Introduction

This databook provides estimates of IT spending for the top 10 companies in the Australian
Telecommunications industry. The databook is a comprehensive source of IT spending by company, including
assessment by technology and channel. The databook also provides information on the IT contracts of these
companies where available.

Scope

*Ovum' s view of the top 10 companies in the Australian Telecommunications sector in terms of IT spending
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by technology for each of the top 10 companies
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by channel for each of the top 10 companies
*Details of IT services contracts by company where available

Highlights

The top 10 companies in the Australian telecommunications industry in terms of estimated IT spending spent
the largest portion of their IT budgets on hardware, a segment that accounted for about 27% of the IT budgets
among these firms. This was followed by spending on services and software.

Among the top 10 companies, a major portion of IT spending is allocated to internal IT. Internal IT alone
accounted for 34% of the total estimated IT spending by these companies. Telstra Corporation Limited
remained the leading company in terms of spending on the various channels, followed by Hutchison
Telecommunications(Australia) Ltd and VicTrack

Reasons to Purchase

*Gain insight into IT budget breakdown of top 10 companies in the Australian Telecommunications industry
and identify notable areas of allocation
*Identify organizations with top IT expenditures in your target markets
*Leverage IT spending pattern information to tailor account targeting based on company demographics

                                                                 http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142677




                                                  146
                                                                                    February 2011

                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/09
Top 10 Companies in the Australian Retail Banking Industry: IT
Spending Predictor 2010
Price                                                                             Published by Datamonitor
US $ 495 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 1238 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Introduction

This databook provides estimates of IT spending for the top 10 companies in the Australian Retail Banking
industry. The databook is a comprehensive source of IT spending by company, including assessment by
technology and channel. The databook also provides information on the IT contracts of these companies
where available.

Scope

*Ovum' s view of the top 10 companies in the Australian Retail Banking sector in terms of IT spending
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by technology for each of the top 10 companies
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by channel for each of the top 10 companies
*Details of IT services contracts by company where available

Highlights

The top 10 companies in the Australian retail banking industry in terms of estimated IT spending spent the
largest portion of their IT budgets on services, a segment that accounted for about 30% of the IT budgets
among these firms. This was followed by spending on hardware and software.

Among the top 10 companies, a major portion of IT spending is allocated to internal IT, accounted for 28% of
the total estimated IT spending by these companies. Commonwealth Bank of Australia remained the leading
company in terms of spending on various channels, followed by National Australia Bank Group Ltd, Australia
& New Zealand Banking Group.

Reasons to Purchase

*Gain insight into IT budget breakdown of top 10 companies in the Australian Retail Banking industry and
identify notable areas of allocation
*Identify organizations with top IT expenditures in your target markets
*Leverage IT spending pattern information to tailor account targeting based on company demographics

                                                                 http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142676




                                                  147
                                                                                  February 2011

                                                                                      Pub. Date 2010/12/09
Optical Components: Market Share by Segment, 2Q10
Price                                                                             Published by Ovum, Ltd.
US $ 2000 PowerPoint PresentationandXLS by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 5000 PowerPoint PresentationandXLS by E-mail (Global license)


Introduction
Optical communication requires multiple technologies and products to support network bandwidth growth.
The industry depends on optical component suppliers to deliver these products. The optical component
companies continue to face a challenging financial environment. Ovum tracks the per-company performance
and revenues by market segment to clarify relative strengths.

Features and benefits
・The report assesses overall market revenue and splits by region and product segment. Analysis reveals what'
s driving market performance.
・Vendor revenues by segment help clients compare performance among peers.
Highlights
The 2Q10 optical components market posted excellent growth. Finisar extended its market leadership on the
strength of its ROADM products. JDSU also showed strong performance for the quarter, also based in part on
its ROADM products.

Your key questions answered
・Which optical components segments are growing and which are contracting?
・Which vendors gained share, in the OC market as a whole and in each segment? Which vendors lost share?

                                                                http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/143097




                                                  148
                                                                                    February 2011

                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/09
Top 10 Companies in the Australian Public Sector - Education: IT
Spending Predictor 2010
Price                                                                             Published by Datamonitor
US $ 495 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 1238 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Introduction

This databook provides estimates of IT spending for the top 10 companies in the Australian Public Sector -
Education. The databook is a comprehensive source of IT spending by company, including assessment by
technology and channel. The databook also provides information on the IT contracts of these companies
where available.

Scope

*Ovum' s view of the top 10 companies in the Australian Public Sector - Education sector in terms of IT
spending
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by technology for each of the top 10 companies
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by channel for each of the top 10 companies
*Details of IT services contracts by company where available

Highlights

The top 10 companies in the Australian public sector - education in terms of estimated IT spending spent the
largest portion of their IT budgets on hardware, a segment that accounted for about 29% of the IT budgets
among these firms. This was followed by spending on services and software.

Among the top 10 companies, a major portion of IT spending is allocated to internal IT. Internal IT alone
accounted for 27% of the total estimated IT spending by these companies. A.B.C. Learning Centres Limited
remained the leading company in terms of spending on the various channels, followed by University of
Melbourne and Monash University.

Reasons to Purchase

*Gain insight into IT budget breakdown of top 10 companies in the Australian Public Sector - Education and
identify notable areas of allocation
*Identify organizations with top IT expenditures in your target markets
*Leverage IT spending pattern information to tailor account targeting based on company demographics

                                                                 http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142674




                                                  149
                                                                                    February 2011

                                                                                       Pub. Date 2010/12/09
Top 10 Companies in the Australian Capital Markets: IT Spending
Predictor 2010
Price                                                                            Published by Datamonitor
US $ 495 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 1238 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Introduction

This databook provides estimates of IT spending for the top 10 companies in the Australian Capital Markets.
The databook is a comprehensive source of IT spending by company, including assessment by technology and
channel. The databook also provides information on the IT contracts of these companies where available.

Scope

*Ovum' s view of the top 10 companies in the Australian Capital Markets sector in terms of IT spending
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by technology for each of the top 10 companies
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by channel for each of the top 10 companies
*Details of IT services contracts by company where available

Highlights

The top 10 companies in the Australian capital markets in terms of estimated IT spending spent the largest
portion of their IT budgets on services, a segment that accounted for about 29% of the IT budgets among these
firms. This was followed by spending on hardware and software.

Among the top 10 companies, a major portion of IT spending is allocated to internal IT. Internal IT alone
accounted for 26% of the total estimated IT spending by these companies. Lend Lease Corporation Ltd
remained the leading company in terms of spending on the various channels, followed by Reserve Bank of
Australia and Computershare Ltd.

Reasons to Purchase

*Gain insight into IT budget breakdown of top 10 companies in the Australian Capital Markets and identify
notable areas of allocation
*Identify organizations with top IT expenditures in your target markets
*Leverage IT spending pattern information to tailor account targeting based on company demographics

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                                                  150
                                                                                    February 2011

                                                                                       Pub. Date 2010/12/09
Top 10 Companies in the Australian Life Sciences Industry: IT Spending
Predictor 2010
Price                                                                             Published by Datamonitor
US $ 495 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 1238 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Introduction

This databook provides estimates of IT spending for the top 10 companies in the Australian Life Sciences
industry. The databook is a comprehensive source of IT spending by company, including assessment by
technology and channel. The databook also provides information on the IT contracts of these companies
where available.

Scope

*Ovum' s view of the top 10 companies in the Australian Life Sciences sector in terms of IT spending
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by technology for each of the top 10 companies
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by channel for each of the top 10 companies
*Details of IT services contracts by company where available

Highlights

The top 10 companies in the Australian life sciences industry in terms of estimated IT spending spent the
largest portion of their IT budgets on hardware, a segment that accounted for about 28% of the IT budgets
among these firms. This was followed by spending on services and software.

Among the top 10 companies, a major portion of IT spending is allocated to internal IT. Internal IT alone
accounted for approximately 37% of the total estimated IT spending by these companies. Eastland Medical
Systems Ltd remained the leading company in terms of spending on the various channels, followed by CSL
Limited and Symbion Health Ltd.

Reasons to Purchase

*Gain insight into IT budget breakdown of top 10 companies in the Australian Life Sciences industry and
identify notable areas of allocation
*Identify organizations with top IT expenditures in your target markets
*Leverage IT spending pattern information to tailor account targeting based on company demographics

                                                                http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142672




                                                  151
                                                                                    February 2011

                                                                                       Pub. Date 2010/12/09
Top 10 Companies in the Australian Manufacturing Industry: IT
Spending Predictor 2010
Price                                                                            Published by Datamonitor
US $ 495 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 1238 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Introduction

This databook provides estimates of IT spending for the top 10 companies in the Australian Manufacturing
industry. The databook is a comprehensive source of IT spending by company, including assessment by
technology and channel. The databook also provides information on the IT contracts of these companies
where available.

Scope

*Ovum' s view of the top 10 companies in the Australian Manufacturing sector in terms of IT spending
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by technology for each of the top 10 companies
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by channel for each of the top 10 companies
*Details of IT services contracts by company where available

Highlights

The top 10 companies in the Australian manufacturing industry in terms of estimated IT spending spent the
largest portion of their IT budgets on hardware, a segment that accounted for about 27% of the IT budgets
among these firms. This was followed by spending on services and software.

Among the top 10 companies, a major portion of IT spending is allocated to internal IT. Internal IT accounted
for approximately 35% of the total estimated IT spending by these companies. BlueScope Steel Ltd remained
the leading company in terms of spending on the various channels, followed by Toyota Motor Corporation
Australia Ltd and Amcor Ltd.

Reasons to Purchase

*Gain insight into IT budget breakdown of top 10 companies in the Australian Manufacturing industry and
identify notable areas of allocation
*Identify organizations with top IT expenditures in your target markets
*Leverage IT spending pattern information to tailor account targeting based on company demographics

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                                                  152
                                                                                   February 2011

                                                                                       Pub. Date 2010/12/09
Top 10 Companies in the Australian Insurance Industry: IT Spending
Predictor 2010
Price                                                                            Published by Datamonitor
US $ 495 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 1238 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Introduction

This databook provides estimates of IT spending for the top 10 companies in the Australian Insurance industry.
The databook is a comprehensive source of IT spending by company, including assessment by technology and
channel. The databook also provides information on the IT contracts of these companies where available.

Scope

*Ovum' s view of the top 10 companies in the Australian Insurance sector in terms of IT spending
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by technology for each of the top 10 companies
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by channel for each of the top 10 companies
*Details of IT services contracts by company where available

Highlights

The top 10 companies in the Australian insurance industry in terms of estimated IT spending spent the largest
portion of their IT budgets on services, a segment that accounted for about 29% of the IT budgets among these
firms. This was followed by spending on hardware and software.

Among the top 10 companies, a major portion of IT spending is allocated to external IT. Product vendor
accounted for approximately 22% of the total estimated IT spending by these companies. QBE Insurance
Group Ltd remained the leading company in terms of spending on various channels, followed by Insurance
Australia Group Ltd and Medibank Pvt Ltd.

Reasons to Purchase

*Gain insight into IT budget breakdown of top 10 companies in the Australian Insurance industry and identify
notable areas of allocation
*Identify organizations with top IT expenditures in your target markets
*Leverage IT spending pattern information to tailor account targeting based on company demographics

                                                                http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142670




                                                  153
                                                                                   February 2011

                                                                                       Pub. Date 2010/12/09
Top 10 Companies in the Australian Information Technology Services
Industry: IT Spending Predictor 2010
Price                                                                            Published by Datamonitor
US $ 495 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 1238 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Introduction

This databook provides estimates of IT spending for the top 10 companies in the Australian Information
Technology Services industry. The databook is a comprehensive source of IT spending by company, including
assessment by technology and channel. The databook also provides information on the IT contracts of these
companies where available.

Scope

*Ovum' s view of the top 10 companies in the Australian Information Technology Services sector in terms of
IT spending
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by technology for each of the top 10 companies
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by channel for each of the top 10 companies
*Details of IT services contracts by company where available

Highlights

The top 10 companies in the Australian information technology services industry in terms of estimated IT
spending spent the largest portion of their IT budgets on hardware, a segment that accounted for about 30%
of the IT budgets among these firms. This was followed by spending on services and software.

Among the top 10 companies, a major portion of IT spending is allocated to external IT. Internal IT accounted
for approximately 34% of the total estimated IT spending by these companies. Bill Express Limited remained
the leading company in terms of spending on the various channels, followed by UXC Limited and Melbourne
IT Ltd.

Reasons to Purchase

*Gain insight into IT budget breakdown of top 10 companies in the Australian Information Technology
Services and identify notable areas of allocation
*Identify organizations with top IT expenditures in your target markets
*Leverage IT spending pattern information to tailor account targeting based on company demographics

                                                                http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142669




                                                  154
                                                                                    February 2011

                                                                                       Pub. Date 2010/12/09
Top 10 Companies in the Australian Healthcare Industry: IT Spending
Predictor 2010
Price                                                                             Published by Datamonitor
US $ 495 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 1238 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Introduction

This databook provides estimates of IT spending for the top 10 companies in the Australian Healthcare
industry. The databook is a comprehensive source of IT spending by company, including assessment by
technology and channel. The databook also provides information on the IT contracts of these companies
where available.

Scope

*Ovum' s view of the top 10 companies in the Australian Healthcare sector in terms of IT spending
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by technology for each of the top 10 companies
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by channel for each of the top 10 companies
*Details of IT services contracts by company where available

Highlights

The top 10 companies in the Australian healthcare industry in terms of estimated IT spending spent the largest
portion of their IT budgets on services, a segment that accounted for about 28% of the IT budgets among these
firms. This was followed by spending on hardware and software.

Among the top 10 companies, a major portion of IT spending is allocated to internal IT. Internal IT alone
accounted for approximately 24% of the total estimated IT spending by these companies. Queensland Health
remained the leading company in terms of spending on the various channels, followed by Ramsay Health Care
Limited and Sonic Healthcare Ltd.

Reasons to Purchase

*Gain insight into IT budget breakdown of top 10 companies in the Australian Healthcare industry and
identify notable areas of allocation
*Identify organizations with top IT expenditures in your target markets
*Leverage IT spending pattern information to tailor account targeting based on company demographics

                                                                http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142668




                                                  155
                                                                                     February 2011

                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/09
Top 10 Companies in the Australian Energy and Utilities Industry: IT
Spending Predictor 2010
Price                                                                             Published by Datamonitor
US $ 495 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 1238 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Introduction

This databook provides estimates of IT spending for the top 10 companies in the Australian Energy and
Utilities industry. The databook is a comprehensive source of IT spending by company, including assessment
by technology and channel. The databook also provides information on the IT contracts of these companies
where available.

Scope

*Ovum' s view of the top 10 companies in the Australian Energy and Utilities sector in terms of IT spending
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by technology for each of the top 10 companies
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by channel for each of the top 10 companies
*Details of IT services contracts by company where available

Highlights

The top 10 companies in the Australian energy and utilities industry in terms of estimated IT spending spent
the largest portion of their IT budgets on services, a segment that accounted for about 25% of the IT budgets
among these firms. This was followed by spending on software and hardware.

Among the top 10 companies, a major portion of IT spending is allocated to external IT. Product vendor alone
accounted for approximately 24% of the total estimated IT spending by these companies. BHP Billiton Group
remained the leading company in terms of spending on the various channels, followed by Wesfarmers Limited
and Caltex Australia Limited.

Reasons to Purchase

*Gain insight into IT budget breakdown of top 10 companies in the Australian Energy and Utilities industry
and identify notable areas of allocation
*Identify organizations with top IT expenditures in your target markets
*Leverage IT spending pattern information to tailor account targeting based on company demographics

                                                                 http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142667




                                                   156
                                                                                    February 2011

                                                                                       Pub. Date 2010/12/09
Top 10 Companies in the Australian Retail Industry: IT Spending
Predictor 2010
Price                                                                             Published by Datamonitor
US $ 495 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 1238 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Introduction

This databook provides estimates of IT spending for the top 10 companies in the Australian Retail industry.
The databook is a comprehensive source of IT spending by company, including assessment by technology and
channel. The databook also provides information on the IT contracts of these companies where available.

Scope

*Ovum' s view of the top 10 companies in the Australian Retail sector in terms of IT spending
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by technology for each of the top 10 companies
*A breakdown of the estimated IT budget by channel for each of the top 10 companies
*Details of IT services contracts by company where available

Highlights

The top 10 companies in the Australian retail industry in terms of estimated IT spending spent the largest
portion of their IT budgets on services, a segment that accounted for about 27% of the IT budgets among these
firms. This was followed by spending on hardware and software.

Among the top 10 companies, a major portion of IT spending is allocated to internal IT. Internal IT alone
accounted for 31% of the total estimated IT spending by these companies. Woolworths Limited remained the
leading company in terms of spending on the various channels, followed by Coles Group limited and
Australian Capital Territory Govt.

Reasons to Purchase

*Gain insight into IT budget breakdown of top 10 companies in the Australian Retail industry and identify
notable areas of allocation
*Identify organizations with top IT expenditures in your target markets
*Leverage IT spending pattern information to tailor account targeting based on company demographics

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                                                  157
                                                                                     February 2011

                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/08
The Digitized Medical Image Archiving Outlook to 2015
Price                                                                         Published by Business Insights
US $ 3835 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 14382 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Introduction
Over the next decade, as the output from imaging modalities increases in resolution quality, there will be a
greater requirement storage space for digital images. This report analyzes the requirement of digital storage
space for archived medical images up to 2015 for the following countries: the US, Canada, the UK, France,
Germany, Spain, Italy, Scandinavia, Benelux, and Japan.

Features and benefits
・Identify the digital storage space requirements for medical images in prominent markets such as the US,
Europe, and Japan.
・Understand the various architectures developed to archive and manage digital medical images.
・Analyze the factors that will drive growth for digital medium storage.
・Assess the ways in which PACS installation is evolving continuously to meet the challenges posed by hospital
productivity and physician availability.
・Understand the implications of growth in storage requirements and steps to be taken in response.

                                                                 http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142331

                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/08
Cisco Router and Switch Networking Equipment Residual Value Forecast,
November 2010
Price                                                                                      Published by IDC
US $ 12500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC study presents residual value projections and specification charts for Cisco networking equipment.
The equipment covered includes the Catalyst switch families, high-end routers, midrange routers, remote
access routers, and remote access servers. Cisco remains the world' s largest supplier of high-performance
computer internetworking systems, supplying the majority of networking gear used for the Internet. The
company offers the industry' s broadest line of networking products, which is a significant advantage, as many
customers prefer complete end-to-end solutions.

"Investments in Cisco networking equipment technologies remain solid because of Cisco' s dominant position
in the market and the consistent growth expected in overall networking equipment spending." — Jennifer
Koppy, research manager, IDC' s Technology Valuation service.

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                                                   158
                                                                                      February 2011

                                                                                          Pub. Date 2010/12/08
Worldwide and U.S. Mobile Applications, Storefronts, and Developer
2010-2014 Forecast and Year-End 2010 Vendor Shares: The Appification
of Everything
Price                                                                                       Published by IDC
US $ 4500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC study forecasts annual mobile app downloads to increase from 10.9 billion in 2010 to nearly 76.9
billion in 2014 as developers create apps for virtually every aspect of a mobile user' s personal and business
lives. In addition to booming adoption of smartphones around the world, new connected device categories
including media tablets, eReaders, portable media players, consumer electronics, TVs, automobiles, and
eventually even PCs will all contribute to the enormous growth of mobile apps.

"Mobile app developers will ' appify' just about every interaction you can think of in your physical and digital
worlds," notes Scott Ellison, VP, Mobile and Connected Consumer Platforms. "The extension of mobile apps
to every aspect of our personal and business lives will be one of the hallmarks of the new decade with
enormous opportunities for virtually every business sector," he added.

                                                                  http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/141980

                                                                                          Pub. Date 2010/12/08
Japan Datacenter Outsourcing 2010-2014 Forecast and 2009 Review:
Customer Perception and Needs
Price                                                                                       Published by IDC
US $ 5000 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC study (a translation of the Japanese report IDC #J10360102) presents our forecast of the datacenter
outsourcing market for the period up to 2014 by segment (collocation, dedicated hosting, and shared hosting)
based on market trends as of July 2010. The market taxonomy has been revised since the previous study in
December 2009. In this study, we also profile the datacenter outsourcing businesses of six major IT vendors,
and present the results of a user survey conducted by IDC in July 2010.

The datacenter outsourcing market slowed down in 2009 and 2010 due to the economic slump. IDC forecasts
that the market will recover in full swing from 2011. In 2012 and beyond, the shared hosting market will enjoy
strong growth due to the growing use of cloud services. "It is necessary for datacenter providers to set and
implement business strategies that are adapted to the cloud era. They should focus on setting and
implementing cloud partner strategies, improving operation/spending efficiency, and working on urban/rural
datacenter collaborations," says Mimei Ito, research manager, IT Service, IDC Japan.

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                                                   159
                                                                                     February 2011

                                                                                         Pub. Date 2010/12/08
The Modern Ballot Box
Price                                                                               Published by Ovum, Ltd.
US $ 1895 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 4738 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Introduction
Across the US, elections are technology-heavy events. Election management bodies are using IT to develop
and maintain voter lists, manage internal processes, and cast and count ballots. This report will discuss and
analyze recent developments in the market for election technology, provide an overview and analysis of the
2010 US midterms, and offer recommendations for the industry.

Features and benefits
・Understand recent developments in electronic voting.
・Learn about what steps agencies and vendors must take to build confidence in electronic voting.
Highlights
Technology has permeated everyday life, including the election process.

The 2000 US election marked a turning point for election technology.

The 2010 midterms saw limited problems with voting machines.

Your key questions answered
・What is the state of the industry for electronic voting in the US?
・What steps should vendors take to succeed?

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                                                   160
                                                                                     February 2011

                                                                                         Pub. Date 2010/12/07
ICT Services Quarterly Market Share: 3Q10
Price                                                                                Published by Ovum, Ltd.
US $ 3500 Interactive models by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 8750 Interactive models by E-mail (Global license)

Introduction
ICT services is one of the fastest growing segments in the telecom industry today, driven by a need for service
providers to reduce the cost of operations, and the need of equipment vendors to develop new and more
profitable lines of business. This report provides a snapshot of the emerging ICT services landscape.

Features and benefits
・ICT service revenues for 30 vendors are split into telecom-related infrastructure, software and IT services,
and business process consulting.
・Revenues and share are also split into three vertical segments: communications, government and education,
and all other.
・Telecom-related services is further subdivided into network-related and product-related categories.
・Data are provided in quarterly time-series beginning in 1Q06 through the most recently completed quarter.
Highlights
ICT services revenues increased by 5.7% in 3Q10 vs. 3Q09, after growing 2.9% in 2Q10. Network
infrastructure services grew by 11.2% while SITS and business process consulting grew by 4.7% and 3.5%,
respectively. The telecom vertical grew 12%, while government & education fell another 4% on top of a 3%
decline in 2Q10.

Your key questions answered
・How does my company compare to its competitors in terms of ICT service revenues?
・Who are my closest competitors in terms of market share rank?
・What companies gained or lost share last quarter?

                                                                  http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/143108

                                                                                         Pub. Date 2010/12/07
Worldwide SMB Smartphone 2010-2014 Forecast: Part 2 of 2 --
Individual-Liable Shipments
Price                                                                                       Published by IDC
US $ 4500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)

This IDC study provides market definitions, market sizing, a five-year forecast, and market analysis for
individual-liable smartphones being used in small and medium-sized businesses (businesses with fewer than
1,000 employees). The forecast is segmented by region: the United States, Western Europe, Asia/Pacific
(excluding Japan), Japan, and the rest of the world (ROW). It also includes segmentation by company size:
0–99 employees, 100–499 employees, and 500–999 employees.

"Growth in consumer adoption coupled with encouragement from businesses through informal reimbursement
has led to remarkable growth of individual-liable smartphone adoption among small and medium-sized
businesses," says Timothy Doherty, research analyst, Small and Medium Business Markets: Mobility at
IDC."IT departments (when present) are meeting the challenges to maintaining control of company data on
individual-liable devices, further enabling the trend."

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                                                    161
                                                                                       February 2011

                                                                                           Pub. Date 2010/12/07
TELEVISION BUSINESS INTERNATIONAL YEARBOOK 2011
Price                                                                  Published by Informa Telecoms & Media
US $ 792 Hard Copy
US $ 1984 1-5 User PDF


“The perfect contact directory for the global television market. All the contacts you will ever need are in it.”
Adam Thomas, Analyst, Informa Telecoms & Media.

With extensive listings of more than 9,000 key executives across 2,455 companies spanning 189 countries, the
TBI Yearbook 2011 edition continues to be the entertainment industry' s definitive reference source for the
global television market place.

Ordered alphabetically country-by-country for easy navigation, sectors include:

・Pan-regional broadcasters
・• Public, commercial and digital free-to-air broadcasters
・Producers and distributors
・Cable and satellite platforms
・DTT platforms
・Pay-TV channels
・IPTV operators
・Mobile TV contacts
・VOD, high definition channels
・Regulatory bodies and industry associations

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                                                    162
                                                                                       February 2011

                                                                                           Pub. Date 2010/12/07
World Digital Economy - E-Government, E-Health and E-Education
Trends
Price                                                        Published by Paul Budde Communication Pty Ltd.
US $ 995 PDF by E-mail (Single User License) ~


Report Description
This annual report offers a wealth of information on the vitally important re-government, e-education and
e-health sectors. The report includes analyses, statistics and trends. The report provides valuable insight into
the key trends occurring worldwide and includes unique regional perspectives on the markets of North
America, Latin America, Europe, Middle East, Africa and Asia Pacific.

Executive Summary
Digital economy important to key social services developments in digital technology are driving the changes
occurring in key social services such as government, healthcare and education. These sectors continue to
incorporate e-services and this in turn is providing the building blocks for the smart cities of the future. Many
of the elements that will make up the smart cities already exist and are continuing to evolve and become more
widely used.

In the context of the global crisis, we must now look at every opportunity to build smarter communities. These
should incorporate cross-sector public safety, carbon neutral, state of the art communications networks,
linked to a new generation of social services provided by government, such as e-government, e-health and
e-education.

Developments in e-government, also known as Government 2.0 (Gov 2.0) not only comprise web-based
developments but increasingly mobile applications (m-government). Citizens and application developers are
becoming more involved in shaping this sector with one example including the movement towards conducting
“App Contests” which request the general public to submit ideas for useful apps that would assist in
improving government services.

The digital world also continues to influence the growth of e-education with a number of trends emerging in
this sector. Cloud computing is beginning to be implemented for use at an operational level, resulting in
infrastructure cost reductions and administration time. Mobile technology is also being utilized as an
education tool, particularly by academic and healthcare organizations and is driven by the use of e-readers
and mobile devices.

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                                                    163
                                                                                      February 2011

                                                                                         Pub. Date 2010/12/07
AirWatch Private Vendor Watchlist Profile: Addressing Key Enterprise
Mobility Challenges Through Mobile Device Management and WLAN
Management Software
Price                                                                                       Published by IDC
US $ 3000 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC Vendor Profile analyzes AirWatch, a company playing in the mobile device management and WLAN
management software market, and reviews key success factors: market potential, technology/solution,
corporate strategy, force multipliers, and customers. Leveraging IDC' s expert understanding of the
competitive landscape and future outlook, this document highlights company and market information tailored
to the investment professional' s needs.

Table of Contents

・IDC Opinion
・In This Study
・Situation Overview
・Future Outlook
・Essential Guidance
・Learn More

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                                                                                         Pub. Date 2010/12/07
Best Practices: Capital Project Management in Utilities
Price                                                                            Published by Energy Insights
US $ 4500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC Energy Insights report examines the benchmark study conducted by IDC Energy Insights regarding
the maturity of information technology (IT) systems at utilities to manage large capital projects at an
enterprise level. Utilities are dependent upon business processes and IT systems to execute large capital
projects.

According to Jill Feblowitz, practice director, IDC Energy Insights, "Utilities are currently experiencing an
uptick in capital projects, yet need to exercise caution in prioritizing investment and seeing projects to
completion. Business processes and applications implemented to support a portfolio view of large capital
projects can be used to manage capital costs and risks."

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                                                   164
                                                                                     February 2011

                                                                                         Pub. Date 2010/12/07
VNPT
Price                                                                               Published by Ovum, Ltd.
US $ 895 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 2238 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


VNPT has retained its leading position in the highly competitive Vietnamese telecoms market. It continues to
see strong subscriber growth in both the mobile and fixed segments, and is focusing on data and broadband to
drive its revenue growth. However, despite its initiatives, it has struggled to maintain its bottom line due to
intense competition.

Table of Contents

Executive summary                                In a nutshell
Ovum view                                        Broadband and mobile data growth focus
SWOT analysis                                    Strengths
Weaknesses                                       Opportunities
Threats                                          External conditions
Competitive environment                          Strategy analysis
Strategic objectives                             Mobile operations
VinaPhone                                        MobiFone
Fixed operations                                 Broadband operations
Operational analysis                             Future outlook
Company information                              Organizational structure
Financial summary                                Group analysis
Appendix                                         Research methodology

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                                                   165
                                                                                    February 2011

                                                                                       Pub. Date 2010/12/07
America Movil
Price                                                                              Published by Ovum, Ltd.
US $ 1495 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 3738 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


America Movil has merged operations with fixed-line providers Telmex and Telmex International to become an
integrated telecoms operator. It is currently focusing on bundled offerings and multi-play services as well as
expanding 3G network capacity to drive the next phase of growth. Integration of newly acquired operations
and stiff competition from regional and local players are among its key challenges.

Table of Contents

Executive summary                                         In a nutshell
Ovum view                                                 SWOT analysis
Strengths                                                 Weaknesses
Opportunities                                             Threats
External conditions                                       Competitive environment
StrategyStrategic objectives                              Moving towards an integrated telecoms portfolio
Mexico maintaining its dominant position                  Mobile services
Wireline services                                         South America
Mobile services                                           Telint: focus on broadband
Central America & the Caribbean                           Voice
Data                                                      Pay-TV
United States                                             Operational analysis
Future outlook                                            Organizational information
Structure                                                 Financial summary
Group analysis                                            America Movil
Telmex                                                    Telint
Research methodology

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                                                  166
                                                                                      February 2011

                                                                                          Pub. Date 2010/12/07
World EFT POS Terminals Market
Price                                                                           Published by Frost & Sullivan
US $ 6000 Web Access (Regional License)
US $ 6500 Hard Copy & Web Access (Regional License)


This research service deals with the world market for EFT POS terminals. Detailed market trend analysis
including drivers, and restraints are provided for each geographic region, i.e. North America, Latin America,
EMEA and Asia Pacific. Expansive unit shipment and revenue forecasts analysis are presented for each of
these geographic segments for total EFT terminal market, magnetic stripe terminal market, smart card
terminal market, wireless / mobile terminal market and IP-enabled terminal market which facilitate better
understanding of the current and future potential of the market. Competitive landscape and market shares of
global companies are also provided for each geographic region.

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary
2. World Electronic Funds Transfer Point of Sale Terminals market
3. EFT POS Terminals Market - North America
4. EFT POS Terminals Market - EMEA
5. EFT POS Terminals Market - Asia Pacific and Latin America
6. Competitive Analysis
7. Appendix

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                                                                                          Pub. Date 2010/12/07
OSS BSS Transformation in Asia Pacific
Price                                                                           Published by Frost & Sullivan
US $ 7000 Web Access (Regional License)
US $ 7500 Hard Copy & Web Access (Regional License)

This study brings out the importance of transformation of OSS (Operations Support System) and BSS
(Business Support Systems) for a sustainable growth in the market. The report discusses business drivers in
detail that are steering the industry towards customer-centric control of service features. It brings out the
burning need for transformation by service providers; which has been put together with the help of in-depth
interviews conducted with top service providers in APAC to understand their drivers and need for
transformation. It also covers some of their future initiatives, OSS BSS priorities of transformation and their
expectations from the vendors.

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary                             2. Introduction
3. Business Drivers of the Marketplace           4. Burning Need for Transformation: An SP Perspective
5. Why OSS BSS Transformation?                   6. Convergent Real-Time Rating/Charging
7. Integrated Network Management                 8. Data Analytics and Business Intelligence
9. Customer Experience Management                10. APAC Telecom Industry - A Snapshot
11. Cloud Services                               12. About Frost & Sullivan

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Strategic Analysis of Logistics Technologies Market in India
Price                                                                          Published by Frost & Sullivan
US $ 6000 Web Access (Regional License)
US $ 6500 Hard Copy & Web Access (Regional License)


This research service provides a comprehensive analysis of the total logistics technologies market in India,
with a focus on five leading logistics technologies which represent a lion' s share of the entire market. The
technologies discussed include Bar Code, RFID, WMS, TMS and GPS. The current market revenues and
forecasts for each of these technologies along with their respective drivers and restraints have been provided
in the study. Further a brief competitive analysis and an overview of end-users for each technology segment
has been provided. A few key trends and details about pricing of the technologies wherever available have
been provided.

Table of Contents

I. Executive Summary
II. Total Logistics Technologies Market Analysis
III. Barcode Market Analysis
IV. RFID Market Analysis
V. Global Positioning System (GPS) Market Analysis
VI. Warehouse Management System (WMS) Market Analysis
VII. Transport Management System (TMS) Market Analysis
VIII. Other Emerging Logistics Technologies
IX. Key Conclusions and Recommendations
X. Database of Key Industry Participants
XI. About Frost & Sullivan

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Mobile Payments
Price                                                                                   Published by IDATE
US $ 3770 Hard Copy
US $ 4550 PDF by E-mail ( 1-5 users)
US $ 7540 PDF by E-mail ( 6-29 users)
US $ 11310 PDF by E-mail (Worldwide group unlimited)


This study spotlights the mobile payment market, provides details about the related services and their
technological aspects, analyses the usages and industrial structure with drawn of the value chain. The report
makes an in-depth look in examinating several business models - for NFC, SMS, Fixed/mobile wallet & App
Stores - their impacts and upcoming opportunities.

Key questions
・What are the different mobile payment services and which technologies are being used?
・Who is using M-payment and how do they use it?
・How are this emerging market and its value chain structured?
・What are the existing business models and who is the furthest along with their deployments?
・What are the market¥' s key figures and what are the main forces driving development?
・What does the competition landscape look like?
・What sustainable opportunities are available to the diffrent kind of players?

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                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/07
EMEA Telepresence and Videoconferencing Forecast 2009-2014
Price                                                                                     Published by IDC
US $ 6400 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC study provides a forecast of the EMEA videoconferencing and telepresence market. This study
contains IDC' s latest forecast for 2009–2014 for EMEA videoconferencing and telepresence shipments and
revenue. All revenue numbers are IDC estimates based on guidance from vendors, financial reports, and
secondary research. In addition to the EMEA revenue and shipment figures, the study breaks out market share
by subregions Western Europe and CEMA.

"Enterprise videoconferencing business is on the move and gradually on its way to become the ' new normal'
of business communications. IDC believes that vendors' enhanced technologies have increasingly delivered to
end users experiences worthy of initiating a videoconference over a phone call or conducting business across
locations that in the past required travel," said Melissa Fremeijer and Michael Vorisek, research analysts,
EMEA UC. "The continuing globalization of big business and the emergence of new, fast-growing markets
around the world is only increasing the need for more cross-border and cross-cultural collaboration."

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                                                                                        February 2011

                                                                                            Pub. Date 2010/12/06
The Future of Broadband: Fixed-Mobile Substitution
Price                                                                                   Published by Ovum, Ltd.
US $ 3495 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 8738 PDF by E-mail (Global license)

Much has been made of the opportunity for users and operators to cut the cord, do away with fixed networks,
and pursue a mobile future. The opportunity certainly exists, with over 1 billion people expected to use mobile
technologies as their primary form of Internet access in 2015. However, the extent of fixed-to-mobile
substitution (FMS) will be heavily impacted by the current conditions in the broadband market. As such, FMS
will only be viable in specific circumstances over the next five years. Emerging markets with no pre-existing
fixed-line infrastructure offer the greatest potential for FMS, but affordability in these markets will be crucial.
In developed markets, segmentation will be critical to FMS, and low-end users will be the largest target
segment.

Table of Contents

Executive summary                                 In a nutshell
Ovum view                                         Key messages
Recommendations for operators                     Mobile-only operators
Integrated operators                              Fixed-only operators
Defining broadband FMS                            What is mobile broadband?
What is FMS?                                      Substituting fixed-line potential …

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                                                                                            Pub. Date 2010/12/06
Comprehensive Messaging Package
Price                                                             Published by Mind Commerce Publishing LLC
US $ 1695 PDF by E-mail (Single User License)
US $ 2785 PDF by E-mail (1-5 User License)
US $ 3995 PDF by E-mail (Corporate Use License)

Overview:
The Comprehensive Messaging Package is a comprehensive package that includes many reports in the areas
of messaging (SMS, MMS, IM, etc.), next generation messaging, SMS Aggregators, and related areas (see
Table of Contents for full list). The package includes technology and market analysis, ecosystem and value
chain analysis, and will help the reader understand next generation networks and the future of messaging.

Audience:
・Mobile network operators
・Messaging infrastructure suppliers
・Messaging and content service providers
・Content and application providers
・Messaging application providers
・Next Generation Network (NGN) infrastructure suppliers
・NGN application suppliers and NGN ecosystem participants

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                                                     170
                                                                                      February 2011

                                                                                          Pub. Date 2010/12/06
E-Book: Market & Data 2008-2014
Price                                                                                     Published by IDATE
US $ 3770 Hard Copy
US $ 4550 PDF by E-mail ( 1-5 users)
US $ 7540 PDF by E-mail ( 6-29 users)
US $ 11310 PDF by E-mail (Worldwide group unlimited)

This report takes an in-depth look at the E-Book market and provides also its key figures for 2008-2014. It
maps out the new digital value chain, explores the players' strategies through some 20 case studies, provides
details on the business models being employed and analyses the key technological issues at hand: formats,
metadata, DRM and display technologies.

Key questions
・How is the market structure and which are the key figures for the main Western markets?
・What are the technological issues, especially DRM, compatible formats, screen resolution, etc.?
・Who are the new entrants to the e-book market, and what differences are there in the digital and printed book
value chains?
・How are the different players positioned and what business models exist today?
・What impact will the digital book have on the publishing market as a whole in the medium term?
Market data & forecasts 2008-2014:
・Germany, Canada, Spain, the United States, France, Italy, Japan, the UK
・Printed and E-Book markets (sales revenue), e-reader market (unit sales)

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                                                                                          Pub. Date 2010/12/06
Business Strategy: Health Insights Country Report for Malaysia
Price                                                                    Published by Health Industry Insights
US $ 4500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)

This IDC Health Insights report presents an analysis of IT spending trends and forecast in the Malaysia
healthcare industry in 2009–2014. It also provides a breakdown of the key areas of healthcare IT spending
and the critical issues faced by the healthcare industry in 2009–2010, as well as factors that will influence IT
investment decisions over the next 12 months. IDC Health Insights estimates the 2010 ICT spending by the
healthcare vertical in Malaysia to be US$66.66 million, with a 3.56% growth over the 2009 figure of
US$64.37 million. IDC Health Insights expects the overall ICT spending to grow to US$85.13 million by
2013.

"The healthcare ICT industry in Malaysia is growing strong because of the solid government support,
increasing competitiveness among hospitals, and a growing number of local and international patients," says
Hailey Chan, associate market analyst, IDC Malaysia. "Opportunities exist but vendors have to stay relevant
to the ongoing changes in the local healthcare scene."

"Overall, Malaysia' s healthcare IT market shows promising growth prospects. Notable opportunities foreseen
in the local healthcare landscape include tailoring unique healthcare IT systems that bring about greater
operations efficiency, longer-term scalability, and nationwide interoperability," concludes Gerald Wang,
senior market analyst, IDC Health Insights.

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                                                    171
                                                                                    February 2011

                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/06
Asia/Pacific (Excluding Japan) 2011 Top 10 Predictions
Price                                                                                     Published by IDC
US $ 3500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC study discusses the factors that will have the biggest commercial impact on the ICT market across
Asia/Pacific (excluding Japan), or APEJ, in 2011. After the effects of the 2008/2009 financial crisis,
enterprises of all types and sizes have begun efforts to transform their usage of ICT, and this is reflected
within IDC' s predictions for 2011. As the economic climate has recovered, companies in the region are
finding themselves in a business environment that has become more competitive that before the crisis and this
is directly impacting the types of ICT investments they do.

"Increased market competition and the looming fear of a "double dip" recession are having an impact the
growth plans of Asian companies. Companies in the region will remain more diligent with their risk
assessments of future expansion plans and they will have the same approach when it comes to investing in new
IT and communications systems and services. The days of "throwing money" at IT are clearly a thing of the
past and CIOs will increasingly need a clear business case for any future investments they make," says Claus
Mortensen, Principal, Emerging Technologies Practice, IDC Asia/Pacific.

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                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/06
Home Area Networks (HAN) - Analysis and Forecasts
Price                                                                         Published by Parks Associates
US $ 3200 PDF by E-mail (Single User License)


SYNOPSIS
This industry report details the development of networks inside the home for energy management applications.
The report profiles developers of residential energy management products and services aimed at monitoring,
measuring, and controlling energy consumption. The report analyzes the different types of HAN solutions
being deployed, including utility supported and independent. It provides market forecasts and insights into
new business models and the impact on other markets including home controls, broadband service providers,
security systems, and more.

“Awareness and interest in energy management applications are growing among consumers, and home area
networks offering access to energy consumption data will become part of a broader connected home
ecosystem,” said Bill Ablondi, director, home systems research, Parks Associates. “This report provides a
broad overview of the different stakeholders vying for a place inside consumers' homes and the different
distribution and business models they are implementing.”

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                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/06
The Future of CRM Outsourcing in El Salvador
Price                                                                               Published by Ovum, Ltd.
US $ 1895 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 4738 PDF by E-mail (Global license)

Introduction
An overview of the opportunities for CRM outsourcers and their clients for contact center delivery in El
Salvador.

Features and benefits
・An understanding of the opportunities and threats for outsourced contact center delivery in El Salvador.
・An overview of the contact center market in El Salvador.
Highlights
El Salvador boasts a burgeoning outsourced CRM sector, which has been helped by the country' s economic
and political stability.

Stumbling blocks associated with limited English-speaking capacity and difficulties in business transparency
are omnipresent threats.

Your key questions answered
・What is the opportunity for outsourced CRM/contact center delivery in El Salvador?
・Which CRM outsourcing players are already on the ground in El Salvador?

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                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/06
Bandwidth-intensive Applications for Home/Office Environments: ICT,
Assessment Technologies and Markets
Price                                                                              Published by Practel, Inc.
US $ 3900 Read Only PDF By E-mail (Single User License)
US $ 4000 Printable PDF by E-mail (Single User License)
US $ 5600 PDF by E-mail (Enterprise License)

Brief:
This report addresses technologies and markets for home/office (“local”) distribution of bandwidth-intensive
signals. Related applications that require QoS support and demand the rate of transmission from several Mb/s
and up to several Gb/s became typical for current HDV, IPTV and similar signals distribution. These
applications are opening the multi-billion market for manufacturers of related ICT devices; they also intend to
satisfy the growing users' demand for home/office interconnects.

Two major types of communications channels in the converged LAN/PAN environment are:

・Wireless, and                              ・Wired.
Both compressed and uncompressed transmission of HDV and similar signals is considered.

This report reflects dynamics of LAN/PAN markets and technologies for “local” distribution of
bandwidth-intensive signals with an emphasis on recent advances; and, particular, it analyzes:

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                                                                                   February 2011

                                                                                      Pub. Date 2010/12/06
Peer39 Private Vendor Watchlist Profile: Semantic Advertising Solutions
Price                                                                                   Published by IDC
US $ 3000 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC Vendor Profile analyzes Peer39, a company playing in the online advertising market, and reviews
key success factors: market potential, technology/solution, corporate strategy, force multipliers, and
customers. Leveraging IDC' s expert understanding of the competitive landscape and future outlook, this
document highlights company and market information tailored to the investment professional' s needs.

Table of Contents

・IDC Opinion
・In This Study
・Situation Overview
・Future Outlook
・Essential Guidance
・Learn More

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                                                                                      Pub. Date 2010/12/06
Worldwide Software License Life-Cycle Management 2010-2014
Forecast: Your Assets or Mine?
Price                                                                                   Published by IDC
US $ 4500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC study provides a top-down sizing of the SLM market in 2009 and a 2010–2014 forecast.

According to Amy Konary, research director for Software Licensing Provisioning at IDC, "Key revenue
drivers for software license life-cycle management (SLM) include software vendor initiatives to increase the
rate of software license compliance, phase out older legacy technology with packaged SLM solutions, respond
to calls in the marketplace for increased flexibility such as usage-based pricing, and help customers manage
complexity." Konary added, "Enterprises are driving spending on SLM technologies that help optimize their
software license spend."

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                                                                                       Pub. Date 2010/12/06
Comprehensive RFID Package
Price                                                         Published by Mind Commerce Publishing LLC
US $ 2995 PDF by E-mail (Single User License)
US $ 3995 PDF by E-mail (1-5 User License)
US $ 9995 PDF by E-mail (Corporate Use License)


Overview:
The Comprehensive RFID Package is the most comprehensive package available in the market. It includes
many reports in the core area of RFID but also Personal Area Networks (PAN), Ultrawide Band (UWB), and
related areas (see Table of Contents for full list). This package represents complete market knowledge for
service providers, suppliers, network operators, manufacturers, logistics companies, and more. The bundle
includes reports that cover everything from technology analysis to business case analysis to market segment
analysis and forecasts.

Audience:
・RFID hardware, software, and solution vendors and related professional services companies
・Outsourced RFID solutions and application providers, and RFID service bureau operators
・Personnel responsible for automating Supply Chain Management (SCM), Customer Relationship
Management (CRM), Manufacturing Resource Planning (MRP), Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP),
Inventory Tracking, Fleet Management, Yard/Dock Management and other business processes
・Healthcare management personnel responsible for tracking patients, staff personnel, equipment, inventory,
and other critical resources
・Retailers and personnel responsible for merchandise inventory and ordering processes, Customer
Relationship Management (CRM), Merchandise tracking and fraud prevention
・Companies interested in optimizing their RFID business process strategies for Tracking and Telemetry with a
special focus on large scale tracking.
・Venture Capitalist and Startup companies

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                                                  175
                                                                                      February 2011

                                                                                         Pub. Date 2010/12/06
Cloud Computing Energy Efficiency: Strategic and Tactical Assessment
of Energy Savings and Carbon Emissions Reduction Opportunities for
Data Centers Utilizing SaaS, IaaS, and PaaS
Price                                                                             Published by Pike Research
US $ 3500 PDF by E-mail ( Single User License)
US $ 5250 PDF by E-mail (Enterprise License)

The market for cloud computing services has continued to expand despite a general decline in economic
activity in most of the world. In fact, Pike Research expects the growth in cloud computing revenue to continue
worldwide between now and 2015 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 28.8%, with the market
increasing from $46.0 billion in 2009 to $210.3 billion by 2015.

Growth in cloud computing has some important consequences for both greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and
sustainability. Thanks to massive investments in new data center technologies, computing clouds in general
and public clouds in particular are able to achieve industry-leading rates of efficiency. Simply put, clouds are
better utilized and less expensive to operate than traditional data centers. Moreover, Pike Research' s analysis
indicates that only the very largest of organizations - both commercial and governmental - will have the
capital and expertise to achieve a similar level of efficiency at a comparable cost. As a result, we anticipate
that much of the work done today in internal data centers will be outsourced to the cloud by 2020, resulting in
significant reductions in energy consumption, associated energy expenses, and GHG emissions from data
center operations versus a business as usual (BAU) scenario.

This Pike Research report provides an in-depth analysis of the energy efficiency benefits of cloud computing,
including an assessment of the software as a service (SaaS), platform as a service (PaaS), and infrastructure
as a service (IaaS) markets. The study examines the key demand drivers and technical developments related to
cloud computing, in addition to detailed profiles of key industry players. Market forecasts include a
quantification of energy savings and GHG reduction opportunities under a cloud computing adoption
scenario, with a forecast period extending through 2020.

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                                                                                         Pub. Date 2010/12/06
Worldwide System Infrastructure Software 2011 Top 10 Predictions
Price                                                                                       Published by IDC
US $ 3500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)

This IDC study provides IDC' s top 10 predictions for the system infrastructure software market for 2011 and
includes perspectives on what will happen with the client virtualization, how systems management will evolve
into cloud management, the evolving role of hypervisors in an increasingly cloud-oriented world, and what
happens to Linux now that Novell has been acquired.

"The system infrastructure software market is both adapting to address virtualization and cloud, and at the
same time is being changed by cloud, social networking, and industry consolidation," said Al Gillen, program
vice president, System Software, at IDC. "If you step back, the broad trend we see is system infrastructure
software is adapting to environments where deployments are increasingly homogeneous and increasingly
self-managed and self-provisioned. If that sounds like cloud computing, it' s because for cloud computing to
be consumable by the typical enterprise, the evolution of system infrastructure software has to happen first."

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                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/06
North American Enterprise Telephony Equipment Implementation and
Management Services Markets
Price                                                                         Published by Frost & Sullivan
US $ 6000 Web Access (Regional License)
US $ 6500 Hard Copy & Web Access (Regional License)


This strategic analysis is part of Frost & Sullivan' s continued coverage of the enterprise telephony
marketplace. Through extensive primary and secondary research, this analysis provides telephony equipment
vendors, service providers, value-added resellers (VARs), systems integrators (Sis) and other market
participants with a detailed analysis of the telephony customer premises equipment (CPE) services
marketplace. Although the study talks about services in the enterprise market in general, service revenue
estimates specifically include revenues from installation, maintenance (contractual and time and materials
(T&M)), managed and professional services associated with premises-based telephony solutions.

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                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/06
Exploring US healthcare outsourcing in the age of Obama-care
Price                                                                               Published by Ovum, Ltd.
US $ 1895 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 4738 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Introduction
There is great potential for outsourcers to take advantage of ongoing cost-rationalization strategies by US
healthcare payers and providers. However, Ovum cautions that vendors need to balance optimism about
opportunities in this space with consideration about the costs involved, both in terms of market development
and compliance.

Features and benefits
・Understand how the recent healthcare reform will impact outsourcers
・Learn about key issues and challenges, as well as strategies for success in the industry going forward
Highlights
The US healthcare industry presents new opportunities for outsourcers

New American healthcare realities demand efficiencies.

Healthcare reform will have a significant impact on outsourcers.

Your key questions answered
・What will the impact of healthcare reform be for outsourcing?
・What steps should outsourcing providers take in order to succeed in the US healthcare market?

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                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/06
Vendor Assessment: Top 10 Life Science Software Vendors
Price                                                                  Published by Health Industry Insights
US $ 4500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 4500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC Health Insights report summarizes the results from a recent study to identify the top 10 software
vendors serving the life science market. The 2010 IDC Health Insights Top 10 life science software vendors
list has been expanded to provide new insights into life science vendor rankings within industry subsegments.
Beyond industrywide rankings, the report now provides additional insight into to four key industry areas,
including research, development, manufacturing and supply chain, and sales and marketing.

Eric Newmark, research manager at IDC Health Insights, said, "While life science organizations have
removed a significant amount of cost from the business in recent years, companies continue to actively pursue
additional opportunities to both improve productivity and reduce costs from across the enterprise. From an IT
perspective, companies are undergoing significant application portfolio rationalization, software
consolidation, and IT centralization. This is being done to reduce redundancy across divisions and consolidate
decision making to capture economies of scale. Software vendors that architect solutions to complement these
needs will be most successful over the long term."

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                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/06
Casenet Private Vendor Watchlist Profile: Health Management as If You
Designed It
Price                                                                                     Published by IDC
US $ 3000 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC Vendor Profile analyzes Casenet, a company playing in the U.S. healthcare payer and government
care and disease management solutions market, and reviews key success factors: market potential,
technology/solution, corporate strategy, force multipliers, and customers. Leveraging IDC' s expert
understanding of the competitive landscape and future outlook, this document highlights company and market
information tailored to the investment professional' s needs.

Table of Contents

・IDC Opinion
・In This Study
・Situation Overview
・Future Outlook
・Essential Guidance
・Learn More

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                                                                                   February 2011

                                                                                      Pub. Date 2010/12/05
2010 SMB Mobility IT Decision-Maker Survey, Part 2 -- Software Deep
Dive
Price                                                                                    Published by IDC
US $ 4500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC study explores adoption of mobile applications by small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs), as
well as vendor opportunities. IDC' s 2010 SMB Mobility IT Decision-Maker Survey sought insight from
respondents in the United States on their companies' device, software, operator, and channel preferences.

"The now-comfortable application store model has been a significant driver of SMB application exploration,"
says Timothy Doherty, research analyst for Small and Medium Business Markets: Mobility. "Now, we can
measure a corresponding shift in SMB attitudes to mobile applications, with decision makers perceiving not
only productivity benefits but bottom-line impact to the business."

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                                                                                      Pub. Date 2010/12/03
Japan Server 2010-2014 Forecast Update
Price                                                                                    Published by IDC
US $ 2500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This study (a translation of the Japanese report IDC #J11220101) is an update of Japan Server 2010–2014
Forecast and 2009 Analysis (IDC #JP1573109S, July 2010) and covers the latest forecast and changes in the
previous forecast.

Table of Contents

・IDC Opinion
・In This Study
・Future Outlook
・Essential Guidance
・Learn More

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                                                  179
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                                                                                       Pub. Date 2010/12/03
2010 U.S. Small and Medium-Sized Business Server Technology and
Brand Preferences: 50 Employees Now a Key Transition Point
Price                                                                                     Published by IDC
US $ 4900 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC study examines small and medium-sized business ownership of PCs, use of local area network
technology, ownership of server technology and brands, and preferences for future purchases.

"The nature of network adoption and server deployment varies considerably by company size, and the
technology and brand preferences of firms with 50+ employees are quite distinct from those with fewer than
50 employees," said Justin Jaffe, senior research analyst in IDC' s SMB program. "As small firms add
networks for the first time, networked firms upgrade to more advanced technologies, and midsize firms
consolidate and virtualize existing environments — both populations will represent a valuable opportunity for
vendors."

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                                                                                       Pub. Date 2010/12/03
Customer Intelligence Through Social Networking in Manufacturing
Enterprises in Asia/Pacific (Excluding Japan)
Price                                                                  Published by Manufacturing Insights
US $ 4500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC Manufacturing Insights Best Practice report examines the current level and purpose of the adoption
of social networking to look at how manufacturers are embracing social networking to gain insight into
customer intelligence among manufacturing companies in APEJ. With social networking becoming pervasive
within our social life, businesses are increasingly looking into using social networks to gain insights into
customer intentions. This report highlights the latest trends of manufacturing companies across the brand,
engineering, asset and technology-oriented value chains, and across Southeast Asia (SEA), India, China,
Australia, and South Korea, as to their intentions to leverage social networks to gain insight into customer
intelligence, and the key reasons for doing so.

"With customers of consumer and industrial goods increasingly turning to the Internet to conduct research on
particular companies, products and services, manufacturers need to have in place a structured approach to
monitoring social networks to gain insight into how customers and consumers are seeing them and their
product," said Dr. Christopher Holmes, VP Asia/Pacific Manufacturing Research. Holmes continues "Just
under half of the 500 companies we spoke to as part of our survey were considering some form of social
network monitoring, with most companies looking to get feedback on their products."

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                                                                                        February 2011

                                                                                            Pub. Date 2010/12/03
Deep Packet Inspection Market for Government Sector 2010-2015
Price                                                                     Published by Infiniti Research Limited
US $ 1800 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 2100 PDF by E-mail (Three-user license)
US $ 2400 PDF by E-mail (Five-user license)
US $ 3000 PDF by E-mail (Global license)

Deep Packet Inspection Market for Government Sector - 2010-2015 report forecasts that this market will
reach $330.2 million by 2015 growing at a CAGR of 30%.

Key Market Drivers include:
・Imperative need for increasing surveillance on the internet
・Increasingly effective and growing number of cyber attacks on government websites
・Increase in bandwidth congestion in key government areas as result of unwanted bandwidth usage
・Rising need for censorship in some areas of the internet
Despite the growing need for internet surveillance, the adoption of this technology faces some challenges. The
key challenge includes protests that believe this technology is an intrusion to privacy. Added to which the lack
of a benchmark in this industry has slowed the adoption rate.

For the sake of this report, the deep packet inspection market for the government sector includes vendors
providing DPI technology based devices, solutions and offerings to various government agencies. This report
does not include vendors who primarily cater to internet service providers with only a small focus on the
government sector.

The report contains a comprehensive market landscape supported by a Porter' s five force analysis. It also
includes a vendor landscape, usage scenarios and buying criteria. In addition to which it also has an analysis
of key vendors in this market.

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                                                                                            Pub. Date 2010/12/03
Business Strategy: Cloud Computing in the Insurance Industry
Price                                                                           Published by Financial Insights
US $ 4500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)

This IDC Financial Insights report provides an overview of cloud services and how the move to on-demand
consumption and pricing will impact the insurance industry. Technology continues to play a critical role in
helping insurers connect with their customer base. To adapt and compete in this economic environment,
insurance professionals are looking for strategies to help them move forward effectively. From IDC' s initial
Annual Vertical Group Survey results, we begin to see the importance that insurers are placing on cloud
services both today and into the near future. While we are still in early days, cloud services will be a critical
element of competitive success for the insurance industry going forward.

"In the wake of continued economic and regulatory uncertainty, insurers' priorities continue to be focused on
reducing cost, improving efficiency, and retaining existing customers," according to David Potterton, vice
president for Global Research, IDC Financial Insights. "Cloud services can be an important component of the
overall IT mix by providing cost-effective and flexible alternatives for current business issues."

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                                                     181
                                                                                     February 2011

                                                                                         Pub. Date 2010/12/03
Competitive Profiles of Central and Eastern European Vendors Providing
Offshore Services, 2010
Price                                                                                      Published by IDC
US $ 10488 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)

This IDC study focuses solely on CEE companies that are operating locally as third-party services providers
for onshore clients. The study addresses the regional offshore/nearshore sourcing activities of local players –
CEE vendors maintaining headquarters in the Czech Republic, Russia, Romania, and Poland – that provide
services to clients located in the Americas, Western Europe, Asia, and elsewhere. This in-depth framework has
enabled IDC to analyze not only vendor performance but also the impact a vendor' s presence has on the
markets in which it operates.

This study analyzes vendors native to CEE across the following four variables:

・Company overview                                ・Services offered
・Financials and employees                        ・Sales, customers, and contracts

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                                                                                         Pub. Date 2010/12/03
Deep Packet Inspection Market for ISPs 2010-2015
Price                                                                  Published by Infiniti Research Limited
US $ 1800 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 2100 PDF by E-mail (Three-user license)
US $ 2400 PDF by E-mail (Five-user license)
US $ 3000 PDF by E-mail (Global license)

Deep Packet Inspection Market for Internet Service Providers-2010-2015 predicts that the market will reach
$1073.2 million in 2015.

Key Market trends include:

・High bandwidth consuming applications, slowing down traffic and driving the internet to saturation point
・Price wars among ISPs are taking toll on the revenue earned per bit
・Increasing mobile penetration and 3G popularity pushing mobile broadband internet to new heights
・• Cyber threats growing both in terms of number of attacks and effectiveness
・Increasing lawfully required surveillance and assistance for law enforcement and national security
However this market' s growth has seen some challenges from supporters of network neutrality. Another key
challenge is that DPI needs to be constantly updated to remain effective against newer forms of cyber attacks.

For the purpose of this report, deep packet inspection market for internet service providers includes vendors
providing DPI technology based devices, solutions and offerings to various service providers. The market size,
growth drivers, challenges, and trends in this report are for vendors providing DPI to service providers

The report contains comprehensive market and vendor landscape with usage scenarios. It also contains
drivers, challenges and trends in addition to an analysis of key vendors.

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                                                                                    February 2011

                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/03
SecureWorks
Price                                                                                     Published by IDC
US $ 3500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC Vendor Profile focuses on SecureWorks and its managed security services (MSS) business. It
examines SecureWorks' services offerings and discusses how SecureWorks supports security services for
enterprises, governments, and small to midsize businesses. We analyze SecureWorks' strategy, future security
services opportunities, and challenges.

Table of Contents

IDC Opinion
In This Vendor Profile
Situation Overview
Future Outlook
Essential Guidance
Learn More

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                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/03
Automatic Speech Recognition Applications Market 2010-2013
Price                                                                 Published by Infiniti Research Limited
US $ 1800 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 2100 PDF by E-mail (Three-user license)
US $ 2400 PDF by E-mail (Five-user license)
US $ 3000 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Automatic Speech Recognition Market - 2009 -2013 report forecasts that the market will reach $933 million in
2013 growing at 15 percent.

Key Market Drivers include:
・Success stories of early adopters pushing peer companies that continue to use manual processes
・Growing use of biometrics for secure identification purposes
・Advancements in speech recognition technologies that have made it more accurate and robust
・Clear cost savings across industries with the use of speech recognition applications
Despite continuing to grow, this market has not reached the exponential growth predicted by earlier estimates.
This can be attributed to apprehensive customers, unavailability of technology in some regions and high
pricing pressure on mobile devices. High R&D expenses have also added to this.

For the sake of this report, the automated speech recognition market includes speech recognition applications
and products but do not include speech recognition engines.

This report contains a detailed market landscape broken down by geography and end user. It also contains
comprehensive drivers, challenges, and a vendor landscape in addition to detailed profiles of key vendors.

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                                                  183
                                                                                      February 2011

                                                                                          Pub. Date 2010/12/03
Australia Banking, Financial Services, and Insurance ICT Market
2010-2014 Forecast and Analysis
Price                                                                                       Published by IDC
US $ 4500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC study focuses on the banks, financial services, and insurance (BFSI) sector in Australia, provides a
map of where short- and longer-term opportunities can be found, and highlights purchasing patterns for
products/services by market. This IDC study is part of a series of reports focusing on specific vertical markets.
It provides actual ICT market sizing and market shares for 2009, along with forecasts for 2010 through 2014,
including their five-year compound annual growth rates (CAGRs).

"The agility promised by a move to cloud computing is essential for BFSI companies that wish to react nimbly
to changing market conditions and customer expectations. BFSI organisations need to reduce investments in
infrastructure, so they can invest more in customer centricity, which is where any sort of competitive
advantage to be derived from IT can be leveraged," states Melissa Martin, senior market analyst, Vertical
Markets, IDC Australia.

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                                                                                          Pub. Date 2010/12/03
Indian Biometric Market
Price                                                                           Published by Frost & Sullivan
US $ 10000 Web Access (Regional License)
US $ 10500 Hard Copy & Web Access (Regional License)


Biometrics has been growing as the fastest emerging technology in the Indian Securities & Identification
Market over the past few years. Poised to replace many conventional methods of Identity & Security checks
like, Physical checks, Photo ID' s, Tokens, Passwords, etc., Biometric technologies are finding increasing
penetration in various Government, Non-Government applications. Biometric solutions ability to provide
high-tech security and access restriction by tracking and preventing fraud, has catapulted it in a positive
direction of growth in India.

Table of Contents

1. Research Methodology
2. Executive Summary
3. Introduction to Biometric Market - India
4. Indian Biometric Reader Market Analysis
5. Industry Structure Supply/Value Chain
6. Indian Biometric Card Market Analysis
7. Looking Ahead
8. About Frost & Sullivan

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                                                    184
                                                                                     February 2011

                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/03
Deep Packet Inspection Market 2010-2015
Price                                                                  Published by Infiniti Research Limited
US $ 1800 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 2100 PDF by E-mail (Three-user license)
US $ 2400 PDF by E-mail (Five-user license)
US $ 3000 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Key market drivers include:
・Huge increase in high bandwidth consuming applications driving the internet to the point of saturation
・Increased competition leading to declining revenue per bit for service providers
・Exponential growth in the mobile broadband internet segment
・Growing number and increased effectiveness of cyber attacks
・Rising need for policy enforcement and emerging regulatory compliance
・Need of state-of-the-art firewalls to cut down on additional equipment
・Increasing need from the government sector to monitor the internet
With third party developers writing applications for DPI, standalone DPI vendors face the risk of losing
revenues. Moreover DPI solutions need to be constantly updated to withstand newer forms of cyber attacks.
These two factors are key challenges for this technology.

For the purpose of this report the deep packet inspection market includes vendors providing DPI technology
based devices, solutions, and offerings to end users for the purpose of network traffic management and
security. It also includes the support services around these products. This study does not include companies
that provide components to pure play DPI vendors.

The report contains a market landscape supported by a Porter' s five force analysis. It also contains a vendor
landscape, usage scenarios and an analysis of key vendors in the market.

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                                                   185
                                                                                         February 2011

                                                                                             Pub. Date 2010/12/03
Comparative Analysis of the Baltic States, Russia, and Ukraine with
Respect to Offshore Outsourcing, 2010
Price                                                                                          Published by IDC
US $ 10488 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


In IDC study – the third of a three-part series covering 13 countries in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) –
IDC has developed a comprehensive and in-depth framework to evaluate individual countries' readiness and
suitability for technological and business process outsourcing. The data and results of this study are intended
to help both end users (enterprises) and IT and business service providers to gain a clearer picture of the
suitability of the individual countries in the region as sourcing locations for different types of technological
and business process outsourcing.

This study analyzes Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Russia, and Ukraine with regard to the following five factors:

・Skill resources
・Economic and political indicators
・Infrastructure
・Business and regional indicators
・Financial indicators

"With the global recession driving home the importance of running businesses more efficiently, the Baltic
States, Russia, and Ukraine offer a wide variety of opportunities – and challenges – for those investors
considering the region as a sourcing location. The Baltic States can be handicapped by their small size and
the inherent difficulties in scaling within these locations. However, the technical and soft skills of their labor
forces are well respected. Conversely, while Russia and Ukraine need to make improvements within their
operating environments, both countries are home to large and technically skilled labor pools, as well as to
numerous large cities in which to base operations." - Senior Research Analyst Curtis Robinson, IT Services,
IDC CEMA.

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                                                     186
                                                                                     February 2011

                                                                                         Pub. Date 2010/12/03
IT Market in Indonesia 2010 - 2014
Price                                                                   Published by Infiniti Research Limited
US $ 1800 PDF by E-mail (Single User License)
US $ 2100 PDF by E-mail (Three user license)
US $ 2400 PDF by E-mail (Five user license)
US $ 3000 PDF by E-mail (Global Site License)


The Indonesian economy is growing at a high rate. In fact, it was one of the few global economies that
survived the recession with a growth rate of over 4.5 percent in 2009 (next only to China and India), and still
shows a higher growth. This economic optimism is prompting businesses in Indonesia to invest in information
technology to improve efficiency. In addition to this, steps are being taken by the government to counter the
fundamental problem of low computer and internet penetration that are expected to continue to give impetus
to this market for the next 5-6 years.

A number of initiatives have been implemented by the Indonesian government to improve the adoption of IT
across industries. These include waiving off of import duty on software and some basic components of
telecommunication equipment. Substantial investments are also being carried out towards building the
communication and IT infrastructure in the country. These positive initiatives have been instrumental in the
double digit growth of the IT market. These initiatives have also led to an increase in expenditure on hardware
and hardware related software. As the IT infrastructure matures, software and services will become the
prominent component of the IT market. Many local companies are gaining prominence and global players are
setting up offices in Indonesia to tap this market.

However, one challenge that will not be easy for Indonesia to overcome is the relatively low number of trained
and experienced engineers and technicians. This is causing a number of IT projects being outsourced to other
countries including India.

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                                                                                         Pub. Date 2010/12/02
Bayer HealthCare Integrates OLTP and DWH Through Oracle Exadata
for More Efficient Drug Information Analysis
Price                                                                                      Published by IDC
US $ 3500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This study discusses the events leading to Bayer Yakuhin Ltd.' s decision to adopt Oracle Exadata and
analyzes both implementation and post-operation assessment. Bayer Yakuhin Ltd. adopted Oracle Exadata
Database Machine X2-2 (hereinafter referred to by its brand name Oracle Exadata) in the revamp of its
marketing and sales support centered on systems infrastructure by improving the speed of drug information
aggregation.

Table of Contents

・IDC Opinion                                     ・In This Study
・Situation Overview                              ・Essential Guidance
・Learn More

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                                                                                       February 2011

                                                                                          Pub. Date 2010/12/02
Australia Infrastructure 2011 Top 10 Predictions
Price                                                                                        Published by IDC
US $ 3500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC study introduces the Australian infrastructure predictions for 2011. Next year looks set to be another
exciting 12 months in ICT, and infrastructure will once again provide the necessary foundations from the
consumer all the way up to the largest enterprise for a range of new developments. IDC Australia' s 2011
infrastructure predictions include topics as diverse as virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) and media tablets,
managed print services, and mobile printing, to Linux and converged fabric. The 10 predictions are based on
IDC' s extensive and unparalleled quantitative data that is collected from thousands of sources across the
Australian marketplace and enhanced by the experience and breadth of qualitative insight of the Australian
and global infrastructure team.

"2011 will be a significant year for IT, as businesses decide on what form their IT infrastructure must take.
Balancing the demands of the CXO with the line of business (LoB) will see IT build on technology that is cost
effective, shared, scalable, and measurable towards flexible and repeatable systems," says Matthew Oostveen,
senior program manager, Infrastructure, IDC Asia/Pacific. "There is an information explosion taking place
that is being accelerated by the multitude of devices contributing to the digital universe, from media tablets to
handhelds, speed cameras to radio frequency identification (RFID). While much of this information creation
sits outside of the enterprise, most of it is enterprise liable, meaning businesses must continue to spend on
their internal systems."

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                                                                                          Pub. Date 2010/12/02
Pontis Private Vendor Watchlist Profile: Real-Time Contextual
Marketing and Selling Solution
Price                                                                                        Published by IDC
US $ 3000 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC Vendor Profile analyzes Pontis, a company playing in the marketing automation applications market,
and reviews key success factors: market potential, technology/solution, corporate strategy, force multipliers,
and customers. Leveraging IDC' s expert understanding of the competitive landscape and future outlook, this
document highlights company and market information tailored to the investment professional' s needs.

Table of Contents

IDC Opinion
In This Vendor Profile
Situation Overview
Future Outlook
Essential Guidance
Learn More

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                                                    188
                                                                                      February 2011

                                                                                         Pub. Date 2010/12/02
Jive Software Private Vendor Watchlist Profile: Transforming Business
by Engaging Employees, Customers, and the Social Web
Price                                                                                       Published by IDC
US $ 3000 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC Vendor Profile analyzes Jive Software, a company playing in the social platforms market, and
reviews key success factors: market potential, technology/solution, corporate strategy, force multipliers, and
customers. Leveraging IDC' s understanding of the competitive landscape and future outlook, this document
highlights company and market information tailored to the investment professional' s needs.

Table of Contents

IDC Opinion                                      In This Vendor Profile
Situation Overview                               Future Outlook
Essential Guidance                               Learn More

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                                                                                         Pub. Date 2010/12/02
WhipTail Tech Private Vendor Watchlist Profile: Improving the
Scalability, Efficiency, and Performance of the Datacenter
Price                                                                                       Published by IDC
US $ 3500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC Vendor Profile analyzes WhipTail Tech, a company playing in the enterprise flash-based storage
market, and reviews key success factors: market potential, technology/solution, corporate strategy, force
multipliers, and customers. Leveraging IDC' s expert understanding of the competitive landscape and future
outlook, this document highlights company and market information tailored to the investment professional' s
needs.

Table of Contents

IDC Opinion                                      In This Vendor Profile
Situation Overview                               Future Outlook
Essential Guidance                               Learn More

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                                                   189
                                                                                     February 2011

                                                                                         Pub. Date 2010/12/02
Perspective: Citizen Adoption of Web Services -- Demographic and
Cluster Analysis
Price                                                                      Published by Government Insights
US $ 4500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC Government Insights Perspective analyzes the demographic differences in citizen uptake of online
services, paying particular attention to differences in access to government and health services. In August
2010, IDC Canada surveyed 1,000 Canadian citizens to glean insights about technology trends across a broad
range of topic areas.

Table of Contents

In This Perspective
Learn More
Figure: Top 10 Online/Web Services
Figure: Online/Web Services by Education Level
Figure: Online/Web Services by Gender
Figure: Online/Web Services by Age Group
Figure: Online/Web Services by Language
Figure: Online/Web Services by Region
Figure: Online/Web Services by Income
Figure: Online/Web Services by Geographical Density
Figure: Online/Web Services by Citizenship
Figure: Online/Web Services Clusters

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                                                                                         Pub. Date 2010/12/02
Telecoms Loyalty: Global best practice to attract and retain loyal and
delighted customers
Price                                                                Published by Informa Telecoms & Media
US $ 3992 Hard Copy
US $ 3992 PDF, PPT and XLS files: Single User License
US $ 7984 PDF, PPT and XLS files: 2-5 User License
US $ 11976 PDF, PPT and XLS files: Corporate License


“In today' s ultra-competitive telecoms markets, it' s arguably never been harder for operators to keep their
customers happy and yet some operators have performed minor miracles in reducing churn. The most
successful operators have developed complex end-to-end customer experience management strategies
designed to delight the customer throughout the whole of their lifetime with the operator.” Julio Puschel,
Senior Analyst, Informa Telecoms & Media

Informa' s telecoms loyalty research program includes a selection of case studies covering different areas of
customer loyalty, including prepaid and postpaid strategies, customer experience management, customer
services transformation, handset subsidies and convergence.

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                                                   190
                                                                                   February 2011

                                                                                       Pub. Date 2010/12/02
Worldwide Digital TV Subscriber and STB Shipment Forecasts, 2010 -
2014
Price                                          Published by Market Intelligence & Consulting Institute (MIC)
US $ 1980 PDF by E-mail ( Single User License)


This report presents worldwide digital TV STB shipment volume and value per year for the period 2009-2014,
with volume and value breakdowns by product mix. Also included are forecasts of worldwide digital TV
subscriber base and share by system technology per year for the period 2009 - 2014. The report finds that
digital TV subscribers are expected to grow steadily during the period 2009 !V 2014. Digital cable TV
subscribers' share is expected to account for approximately 37% of the total digital TV subscribers in 2010
and continue to grow through to 2014. Meanwhile, worldwide digital TV STB shipment volume is expected to
achieve around 6% year-on-year growth in 2010. Digital satellite STB is anticipated to account for over 46%
of total shipments in 2010, followed by digital cable STB and digital terrestrial STB, and digital IP STB.

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                                                                                       Pub. Date 2010/12/01
Business Strategy: 2010 Insurance Verticals Survey
Price                                                                       Published by Financial Insights
US $ 4500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC Financial Insights report discusses the results from IDC' s 2010 Annual Verticals Survey. While the
economic situation has improved somewhat this year, 2011 promises to be more of the same with sluggish
growth and continued unemployment all in an environment of increased regulatory scrutiny. The survey
includes findings from 324 insurance IT executives and managers and provides insight to both financial
institutions and vendors on how insurers are managing IT budgets through this current economic environment.

"Insurers now look at reducing costs and increasing efficiency as standard procedure," according to David
Potterton, vice president for Global Research, IDC Financial Insights. "However, insurers, and the vendors
that serve them, must continue to find ways to effectively manage the increasing number of distribution
channels, while dealing with a complex and onerous regulatory environment in 2011."

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                                                  191
                                                                                      February 2011

                                                                                          Pub. Date 2010/12/01
Fixed Line Telecoms - North America (NAFTA) Industry Guide
Price                                                                               Published by Datamonitor
US $ 795 PDF by E-mail (Single user format)
US $ 1988 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Datamonitor' s Fixed Line Telecoms - North America (NAFTA) Industry Guide is an essential resource for
top-level data and analysis covering the Fixed Line Telecoms industry in each of the North American Free
Trade Agreement (United States, Canada, and Mexico) countries. The report includes easily comparable data
on market value, volume, segmentation and market share, plus full five year market forecasts. It examines
future problems, innovations and potential growth areas within the market.

Scope of the Report

* Contains an executive summary and data on value, volume and segmentation
* Provides textual analysis of the industry' s prospects, competitive landscape and profiles of the leading
companies
* Incorporates in-depth five forces competitive environment analysis and scorecards
* Compares data from the US, Canada and Mexico, alongside individual chapters on each country. .
* Includes a five-year forecast of the industry

Highlights

The NAFTA Fixed Line Telecoms market reaches a value of $137580.1 million in 2009.

The US is the leading country among the NAFTA bloc, with market revenues of $106500 million in 2009

Mexico was the fastest growing country, with a CAGR of 2.5% over the 2005-2009 period.

Why you should buy this report

* Spot future trends and developments
* Inform your business decisions
* Add weight to presentations and marketing materials
* Save time carrying out entry-level research

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                                                    192
                                                                                       February 2011

                                                                                           Pub. Date 2010/12/01
Business Strategy: Notes from the Hong Kong Banking Roundtable
Price                                                                           Published by Financial Insights
US $ 4500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC Financial Insights report expounds the four core topics dominating the airtime of 16 CIOs from key
financial institutions at our annual Hong Kong Banking Roundtable. Held in November 2010, this meeting
forms part of our Boardroom Series of high-level peer group discussions conducted across Asia/Pacific and
provides a platform for bankers to deliberate on the critical business, operational, and technology-related
issues impacting their businesses. The report concludes with findings from a poll of the respondents to
decipher what were their forward-looking business and technology endeavors for the near to the medium
term.

"Principal issues senior banking executives are facing in Hong Kong center around customer centricity and
correlated marketing strategies, banking 2.0 and echannel delivery, tackling the data deluge and the role of
business analytics, and new paradigms within core banking," revealed Li-May Chew, CFA, associate research
director, Asia/Pacific Financial Advisory Service. "Specifically, institutions are focused on achieving a ' single
customer view program' to address issues around weaken customer loyalty and enhance the quality of
customer engagements. This has banks concentrating on customer data integration and data warehousing,
then investing in analytics and data visualization to redefine product design and enhance customer
penetration. Meanwhile, marketing strategies see continued enrichment to the Web channel with resources
shifting to new media and digital marketing."

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                                                    193
                                                                                     February 2011

                                                                                         Pub. Date 2010/12/01
Global and China Mobile Phone Baseband Report, 2010
Price                                                                          Published by ResearchInChina
US $ 2600 PDF by E-mail (Single User License)
US $ 2700 Hard Copy
US $ 3900 PDF by E-mail (Enterprise Wide License)


Executive Summary
STMicroelectronics, EMP and NXP' s wireless division merged to be ST-ERICSSON, which has not given play
to the synergy, while its revenue has started to decline, with the more drastic drop in growth margin than other
mobile baseband peers. ST-ERICSSON has suffered losses for consecutive 13 quarters, mainly on account of
the competition from Qualcomm, TI and Infineon. Particularly in the field of smart phones, ST-ERICSSON
really has nothing good or unusual to report, while Qualcomm develops well in the world since 90% of the
smart phones made by Samsung and SonyEricsson adopt Qualcomm' s basebands. Nokia develops more
suppliers actively, and the shipment of its mobile phone with the basebands of Infineon and Broadcom soared
in 2010, which grasps the market shares of ST-Ericsson. In respect of TD-SCDMA, ST-Ericsson is challenged
by MTK.

In 2010, Spreadtrum took the chance of MTK' s mistake to aggressively seize MTK' s shares in knockoff
cellphone market, so that the shipment of Spreadtrum increased significantly, its revenue tripled and its
operating profit rose greatly. However, MTK will not always make mistakes, and the absence of Spreadtrum in
the arena of 4G and smart phone limits its development.

In 2010, MTK almost made a fatal error because of the application of QFN packaging. MTK overrated the
SMT chip placement capability of mobile phone manufacturers in Mainland China. Fortunately, MTK timely
adjusted its strategy, and the SMT chip placement capability of mobile phone manufacturers in Mainland
China was enhanced hereby. Finally, MTK protected its position. Yet, MTK does not have the ability to achieve
high-speed growth any more. Like Spreadtrum, that MTK is not engaged in the field of 4G and smart phone
restricts its development, which can be shown from the brain-drain of top talents of MTK.

Qualcomm has further consolidated its leading position in the areas of CDMA, WCDMA and smart phones.
Also, the leadership of Qualcomm in smart phone field gets enhanced. After Intel acquired Infineon' s wireless
division, Qualcomm is likely to enter Apple' s supply chain. If smart phone is defined in a stricter sense,
Qualcomm is almost Intel which is the giant in PC industry. Apart from Apple, the CPU of all top mainstream
smart phones comes from Qualcomm. In 2010, Qualcomm had to keep a low profile and lowered its prices
slightly in order to occupy market shares. With many years of cooperation with TSMC as well as 65nm and
45nm technologies, Qualcomm will see the rising gross margin in spite of the lowered prices. Qualcomm has
placed an additional order to TSMC for 700,000 pieces of 12-inch wafer in 2011, because the order backlog of
Qualcomm has arranged till 2012.

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                                                    194
                                                                                    February 2011

                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/01
US Ethernet Vertical Markets: A Five-Year Market Forecast
Price                                                                           Published by Heavy Reading
US $ 3995 PDF By E-mail (includes corporate access)


Retail Ethernet service in the US has historically been dominated by several key “vertical markets” or sectors,
which started with local governments and school districts in the 1990s adopting native/transparent LAN
services provided by ILECs. With accelerating bandwidth demand across the US economy - combined with
Ethernet' s improving standards, increased availability, and gradually declining costs - fast-growing Ethernet
service is now being sold across an ever-increasing range of market sectors.

This report examines the four major verticals that account for a majority of US retail Ethernet sales -
financial, healthcare, education, and government - and projects Ethernet sales opportunities within them. We
also consider a fifth (rapidly emerging, though still smaller) Ethernet vertical - media/entertainment. While
the expansion of carrier Ethernet into new customer groups is diluting the contribution of these top five
verticals in terms of revenue percentage, these sectors continue to account for a majority of customer
spending on carrier Ethernet, and will continue to do so for the foreseeable future.

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                                                   195
                                                                                      February 2011

                                                                                          Pub. Date 2010/12/01
Fixed Line Telecoms - BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India, China) Industry
Guide
Price                                                                               Published by Datamonitor
US $ 995 PDF by E-mail (Single user format)
US $ 2488 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Datamonitor' s Fixed Line Telecoms - BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India, China) Industry Guide is an essential
resource for top-level data and analysis covering the BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India, China) Fixed Line Telecoms
industry. The report includes easily comparable data on market value, volume, segmentation and market share,
plus full five year market forecasts. It examines future problems, innovations and potential growth areas
within the market.

Scope of the Report

* Contains an executive summary and data on value, volume and segmentation
* Provides textual analysis of the industry' s prospects, competitive landscape and profiles of the leading
companies
* Incorporates in-depth five forces competitive environment analysis and scorecards
* Compares data from Brazil, Russia, India, and China, alongside individual chapters on each country. .
* Includes a five-year forecast of the industry

Highlights

The BRIC Fixed Line Telecoms market grew by 5.2% between 2005 and 2009to reach a value of $104209.5
million.

In 2014, the market is forecast to have a value of $135381.1 million, an increase of 5.4% from 2009.

Brazil was the fastest growing country with a CAGR of 6.3% over the 2005-09 period.

Why you should buy this report

* Spot future trends and developments
* Inform your business decisions
* Add weight to presentations and marketing materials
* Save time carrying out entry-level research

                                                                  http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/143692




                                                    196
                                                                                       February 2011

                                                                                           Pub. Date 2010/12/01
Smart Grid Data Analytics: Business Intelligence, Situational Awareness,
and Predictive Analytics for Utility Customer Information and Grid
Operations: Market Analysis and Forecasts
Price                                                                              Published by Pike Research
US $ 3500 PDF by E-mail ( Single User License)
US $ 5250 PDF by E-mail (Enterprise License)


Information is the lifeblood of every organization. As utilities transition to the smart grid and expand it over
time with the installation of thousands and sometimes millions of smart meters, they must address the most
challenging question. How can I take advantage of the flood of data resulting from the smart meters and other
intelligent devices on the smart grid? As soon as a utility company begins to receive data, it must be able to
transform the raw data into useful information, such as reviewing it for any changes or events in the grid that
trigger alarms into outage management systems and other real-time systems. Data analytics plays a major
role in converting volume of data into business value - from the very beginning of a smart grid deployment.

There are multiple market forces fueling a growing demand among utilities for smart grid data analytics
software and services, but one major driver is the significant benefit that can be derived by turning data into
valuable and actionable information through analysis of the massive amount of data that is generated by
smart meters and other devices. Utilizing smart grid data analytics tools and related services, utilities will be
able to gain better insights into their customers' energy consumption behavior to serve them more effectively,
manage billing issues, communicate about outages, and to collaborate with them to foster energy
conservation and reduce peak demand. Data analytics also plays a central role in optimizing the smart grid
operation, providing insights into the performance of the distribution system and its various assets in order to
help avoid power failures.

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                                                    197
                                                                                      February 2011

                                                                                         Pub. Date 2010/12/01
Opportunities in Military Fiber Optics--The 2011 Edition
Price                                                                      Published by Chaffee Fiber Optics
US $ 600 PDF by E-mail (Single User License)
US $ 1200 PDF by E-mail (Corporate Wide License)


Our reviewers agree. This is the best of our five annual editions of military fiber optic reports. And the
recommendations, insights, trends, tactics, contacts and overall knowledge being provided to you in
Opportunities in Military Fiber Optics - The 2011 Edition is being done so for you as a friend of Chaffee
Fiber Optics at our lowest price ever.

Why? It' s simple. We want you to be doing business with the U.S. military and intelligence communities. We
want them to gain the full benefits of fiber optics - to gain from your technology.

When you order Opportunities in Military Fiber Optics - The 2011 Edition, you will have people with literally
more than a hundred years of experience behind you. I have been working with this community since 1985
when we first launched Military Fiber Optics News. Drs. Arlon Martin, David Krohn and Valery Tolstikhin all
have dozens of years of experience in their respective disciplines.

Photonic integrated circuits, or PICs, will be a game changer in the optical components marketplace and our
experts will tell you what it all means. Read complete transcripts of our probing interviews with Drs. Martin
and Tolstikhin. Martin is vice president at Kotura and works with the DARPA UNIC program. Tolstikhin
founded Onechip Photonics and is a world renowed authority on PICs. Learn from their wisdom as to where
this critical market is going and where you fit in.

Get the critical knowledge you need to attack the fiber optics SBIR market as we provide full listings of dozens
of 2010 SBIR award winners in the fiber optics area. Identify the new program areas of interest as well as new
fiber optics companies that are just now coming onto the national scene.

Read wise counsel from our full transcript with Dr. David Krohn as he describes the Do' s and Don' ts of
doing business with the military with his special insights into fiber optic sensors and SBIRs.

We have a can' t miss review of the Broadband Stimulus Program that will enlighten you. Get the lay of the
land with our more than 50 corporate players listing.

Benefit from our recommendations for what DoD markets will be hot in 2011.

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                                                   198
                                                                                     February 2011

                                                                                         Pub. Date 2010/12/01
Fixed Line Telecoms - Global Group of Eight (G8) Industry Guide
Price                                                                              Published by Datamonitor
US $ 1495 PDF by E-mail (Single user format)
US $ 3738 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Datamonitor' s Fixed Line Telecoms - Global Group of Eight (G8) Industry Guide is an essential resource for
top-level data and analysis covering the Fixed Line Telecoms industry in each of the G8 (United States,
Canada, Germany, France, United Kingdom, Italy, Russia and Japan) countries. The report includes easily
comparable data on market value, volume, segmentation and market share, plus full five year market forecasts.
It examines future problems, innovations and potential growth areas within the market.

Scope of the Report

* Contains an executive summary and data on value, volume and segmentation
* Provides textual analysis of the industry' s prospects, competitive landscape and profiles of the leading
companies
* Incorporates in-depth five forces competitive environment analysis and scorecards
* Compares data from the US, Canada, Germany, France, UK, Italy, Russia and Japan, alongside individual
chapters on each country. .
* Includes a five-year forecast of the industry

Highlights

The G8 Fixed Line Telecoms market grew by 1.8% between 2005 and 2009 to reach a value of $332.2 billion

In 2015, the market is forecast to have a value of $337.4 billion, an increase of 0.3% from 2009.

The US is the world’s largest market and generates 32.1% of global revenues in 2009.

Why you should buy this report

* Spot future trends and developments
* Inform your business decisions
* Add weight to presentations and marketing materials
* Save time carrying out entry-level research

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                                                   199
                                                                                     February 2011

                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/01
2011 Trends to Watch: Media and Broadcast Technology
Price                                                                               Published by Ovum, Ltd.
US $ 1895 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 4738 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Introduction
In this brief we look ahead to the key events and trends for media, entertainment, and publishing in 2011. We
highlight commercial and operational challenges on buy-side and the areas of opportunity on sell-side for
specialist and multi-industry IT vendors.

Features and benefits
・Understand the key events that will impact the media industry in 2011 and how your business can exploit
these shifts.
・Discover some the key technology projects that are set to be the bellwether for media industry strategy in
2011.
Highlights
Formerly competitive media enterprises will continue to collaborate in 2011 as they look to protect their
value-chain position, drive supply-chain efficiency, and provide a framework for shared infrastructure
investment. We look at the key projects, execution risks, and opportunities for IT vendors.

Hybrid broadcast platforms will begin their journey to scale in 2011. Based on broadly supported web
technologies, these new channels will give advertisers and service providers new routes to television
audiences.

Social platforms such as Facebook and Tencent' s QQ demonstrate the power of social media as both
hyper-personal infotainment platform and hyper-targeted marketing tool. The media enterprise is innovating
to exploit audience clustering around these platforms. We look at how in 2011, the media enterprise will look
to exploit the social channel.

Your key questions answered
・What are the challenges for the broadcast, entertainment, and publishing enterprise in 2011?
・How are the web, IT, and broadcast technology vendor ecosystems aligning to deliver technology strategies?
・What are the hot technology trends in the media and enterprise market set to be in 2011?

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                                                   200
                                                                                     February 2011

                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/01
Analyzing Cloud Computing
Price                                                                         Published by Aruvians Rsearch
US $ 450 PDF by E-mail (Single User License)
US $ 650 PDF by E-mail (Global Site License)
US $ 900 Hard Copy
US $ 900 CD-ROM


Cloud computing is a shift following the switchover from mainframe to client - server in the early 1980s.
Cloud computing is web-based processing, whereby shared resources, software, and information are provided
to computers and other devices on demand over the Internet.

Cloud computing describes a new supplement, consumption, and delivery model for IT services based on the
Internet, and it typically involves over-the-Internet provision of dynamically scalable and often virtualized
resources. It is a byproduct and consequence of the ease-of-access to remote computing sites provided by the
Internet.

Aruvian' s R' search presents its research report Analyzing Cloud Computing - a complete analysis of the
emerging market of cloud computing.

The research report begins with an introduction to the concept of cloud computing. Section B explains what
cloud computing is, the history of cloud computing, emergence of the network, cloud architecture, cloud
application programming interfaces along with the cost logic of cloud computing. Regulations impacting
cloud computing is also discussed and the most important point to consider: the advantages and
disadvantages of cloud computing - without which, the reader will not an idea as to the importance of cloud
computing in today' s IT-connected world.

Moving on we cover the market for cloud computing, including industry statistics and market data. Section D
then covers the important features of cloud computing such as rapid elasticity, measured service, ubiquitous
network access and other characteristics that make cloud computing just so lucrative!

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                                                   201
                                                                                      February 2011

                                                                                          Pub. Date 2010/12/01
The Smart Grid Utility Data Market
Price                                                                                        Published by SBI
US $ 4800 PDF by E-mail ( Single User License)
US $ 6200 PDF by E-mail (Global Site License)


The volume of Smart Grid data that will have to be managed by utilities over the next few years is going to
surge from 10,780 terabytes (TB) of new data created in 2010 to over 75,200 TB in 2015. Managing,
analyzing and visualizing that amount of data will be a huge undertaking, creating a global market worth $2.9
billion in 2015.

Even this vast amount of data is just the start of the “data tsunami” that utilities will have to manage as more
Smart Grid products are installed on the grid. Growing utility awareness of the need to manage this data will
drive sales of Smart Grid data management (DM) software over the next five years. The segment will achieve
a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of over 20% between 2010 and 2015, making it the fastest growing
segment in the Smart Grid utility data market.

Many utilities are still struggling to understand how the wealth of data generated by Smart Grid technologies
can enhance their business model, and which types of Smart Grid software will provide the best return on
their investment. While utilities are showing increasing interest in visualization software and outage
management systems, it is distribution management systems (DMS) that are expected to provide the best
returns. By 2015, SBI Energy estimates almost twice the number of utilities in the U.S. will have a DMS in
place compared to 2010.

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                                                    202
                                                                                   February 2011

                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/01
Mobile Application Download Volume and Revenue Forecast in Western
Europe to 2015
Price                                                                           Published by Datamonitor
US $ 695 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 1738 PDF by E-mail (Global license)
Introduction
Ovum' s Mobile Application Download Volume and Revenue Forecast in Western Europe to 2015 databook
offers a comprehensive view of mobile applications downloads and revenues in the Western European mobile
market. Forecasts of both total and paid-for mobile application download numbers by platform are provided
to 2015, along with revenue forecasts by platform for the same period.

Scope
*Western Europe mobile applications download volume: overview and forecast
*Western Europe mobile applications download revenue: overview and forecast

Highlights
Mobile application download volume is forecast to grow at a CAGR of 31.8% over the 2010-15 period.

In Western Europe, total end-user mobile application download revenue is forecast to grow at a CAGR of
23.2% over the 2010-15 period.

Reasons to Purchase
*Provides a comprehensive and granular view of the mobile applications market
*Identifies the key market trends and highlights areas of future growth
*Enables stakeholders in the market to make informed strategic and tactical decisions

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                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/01
Japan Contents and Collaborative Applications 2010-2014 Forecast and
2009 Analysis
Price                                                                                    Published by IDC
US $ 5000 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
This IDC study, which is a translation of the Japanese report IDC #J10450108, presents the analysis of the
Japan contents and collaborative applications market by product functions and vendor in 2009. It also
provides market forecasts from 2010 to 2014.

"Collaborative workspace has expanded in the contents and collaborative applications market, from
information sharing within the company to that between companies, and from organization-based to
individual-based. Many tools are also available on collaborative workspaces, including the use of SaaS via
the Internet and collaborated business systems. The amount of information being handled is also increasing.
In addition, increased information sharing/transfer outside the company has also increased the risk of
information leakage. Vendors should propose information leak prevention solutions when providing
collaborative solutions, such as content management solutions for digital data including user companies'
documents and Web content, and data loss prevention (DLP) solutions. Therefore, it is necessary for vendors
to collaborate with enterprise content management (ECM) software vendors and security vendors," says
Tsuneo Tosaka, research manager, Software Security, IDC Japan.

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                                                  203
                                                                                    February 2011

                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/01
Hie Electronics Private Vendor Watchlist Profile: The TeraStack Solution,
a Better Way to Manage Data
Price                                                                                     Published by IDC
US $ 3000 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


This IDC Vendor Profile analyzes Hie Electronics, a company playing in the storage market, and reviews key
success factors: market potential, technology/solution, corporate strategy, force multipliers, and customers.
Leveraging IDC' s expert understanding of the competitive landscape and future outlook, this document
highlights company and market information tailored to the investment professional' s needs.

Table of Contents

IDC Opinion
In This Vendor Profile
Situation Overview
Future Outlook
Essential Guidance
Learn More

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                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/01
TPAs: The New Trusted Adviser, Part 2
Price                                                                                     Published by IDC
US $ 3500 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)


TPAs The New Trusted Adviser is a two-part study on the outsourcing advisory market. TPAs The New Trusted
Adviser, Part 1(IDC #CA3SS10, October 2010) examined what TPAs do and how they contribute value to the
outsourcing decision. This study looks at the capabilities of the various outsourcing advisers and how both
buyers and vendors should consider engaging a TPA.

Table of Contents
IDC Opinion                                     In This Vendor Profile
Situation Overview                              Future Outlook
Essential Guidance                              Learn More

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                                                   204
                                                                                     February 2011

                                                                                         Pub. Date 2010/12/01
Wireless Telecommunication Services: Global Industry Guide
Price                                                                              Published by Datamonitor
US $ 1495 PDF by E-mail (Single user format)
US $ 3738 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Datamonitor' s Wireless Telecommunication Services: Global Industry Guide is an essential resource for
top-level data and analysis covering the Wireless Telecommunication Services industry. It includes detailed
data on market size and segmentation, textual analysis of the key trends and competitive landscape, and
profiles of the leading companies. This incisive report provides expert analysis on a global, regional and
country basis.

Scope of the Report

* Contains an executive summary and data on value, volume and segmentation
* Provides textual analysis of the industry' s prospects, competitive landscape and profiles of the leading
companies
* Incorporates in-depth five forces competitive environment analysis and scorecards
* Covers the Global, European and Asia-Pacific markets as well as individual chapters on 5 major markets
(France, Germany, Japan, the UK and the US).
* Includes a five-year forecast of the industry

Highlights

The global wireless telecommunication services market grew by 2.3% in 2009 to reach a value of $635.4
billion.

In 2014, the global wireless telecommunication services market is forecast to have a value of $834.2 billion,
an increase of 31.3% since 2009.

The global wireless telecommunication services market grew by 11.5% in 2009 to reach a volume of 2.9
billion subscribers.

In 2014, the global wireless telecommunication services market is forecast to have a volume of 3.9 billion
subscribers, an increase of 34.6% since 2009.

China Mobile is the leading player in the global wireless telecommunication services market, generating a
17.9% share of the market' s volume.

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                                                   205
                                                                                   February 2011

                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/01
Global Mobile Application Download Volume and Revenue Forecast to
2015
Price                                                                            Published by Datamonitor
US $ 695 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 1738 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Introduction

Ovum' s Mobile Application Download Volume and Revenue Forecast in global to 2015 databook offers a
comprehensive view of mobile applications downloads and revenues in the global mobile market. Forecasts of
both total and paid-for mobile application download numbers by platform are provided to 2015, along with
revenue forecasts by platform for the same period.

Scope

*Global mobile applications download volume: overview and forecast
*Global mobile applications download revenue: overview and forecast

Highlights

Mobile application download volume is forecast to grow at a CAGR of 31.2% over the 2010-15 period.

In global, total end-user mobile application download revenue is forecast to grow at a CAGR of 25.4% over
the 2010-15 period.

Reasons to Purchase

*Provides a comprehensive and granular view of the mobile applications market
*Identifies the key market trends and highlights areas of future growth
*Enables stakeholders in the market to make informed strategic and tactical decisions

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                                                  206
                                                                                   February 2011

                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/01
Mobile Application Download Volume and Revenue Forecast in
Asia-Pacific to 2015
Price                                                                            Published by Datamonitor
US $ 695 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 1738 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Introduction

Ovum' s Mobile Application Download Volume and Revenue Forecast in Asia-Pacific to 2015 databook offers
a comprehensive view of mobile applications downloads and revenues in the Asia-Pacific mobile market.
Forecasts of both total and paid-for mobile application download numbers by platform are provided to 2015,
along with revenue forecasts by platform for the same period.

Scope

*Asia-Pacific mobile applications download volume: overview and forecast
*Asia-Pacific mobile applications download revenue: overview and forecast

Highlights

Mobile application download volume is forecast to grow at a CAGR of 33% over the 2010-15 period.

In Asia-Pacific, total end-user mobile application download revenue is forecast to grow at a CAGR of 55.9%
over the 2010-15 period.

Reasons to Purchase

*Provides a comprehensive and granular view of the mobile applications market
*Identifies the key market trends and highlights areas of future growth
*Enables stakeholders in the market to make informed strategic and tactical decisions

                                                                http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142661




                                                  207
                                                                                    February 2011

                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/01
2011 Outlook for Mobile Applications in India and China: Consumer and
Enterprise, Directions and Growth Forecasts
Price                                                      Published by Asia Pacific Research Group (APRG)
US $ 1900 PDF by email Format (enterprise license)


The multi-billion dollar mobile markets in India and China are experiencing a similar growth momentum in
the development and adoption of mobile applications and mobile value added services (MVAS).

APRG is seeing a transformation in China and India - changing customer expectations, emerging technology,
and evolving app stores have laid the groundwork for a breakout year in 2011. In addition, "Mobile reach"
has become a priority for many forward thinking enterprises in their strategy to be competitive and keep
connected with consumers.

In Q4 2010, we see several important new digital media stores in the region providing content across a lineup
of smartphones, netbooks, laptops and tablets. And many of the appstores offer marketing and distribution
tools distinct from conventional websites, as well as interfaces to popular social networks, allowing users to
post and share content reviews.

This reports looks at the mobile application adoption trends in India and China and outlines the key
similarities and differences and expected revenue achievements. It is based on field and desk research
conducted by APRG to dive into the market potential (to 2015) for mobile applications and mobile value
added services in Asia Pacific' s two mega-markets - China and India.

                                                                 http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/138830




                                                     208
                                                                                       February 2011

                                                                                           Pub. Date 2010/12/01
Fixed Line Telecoms: Global Industry Almanac
Price                                                                                Published by Datamonitor
US $ 2995 PDF by E-mail (Single user format)
US $ 7488 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Datamonitor' s Fixed Line Telecoms: Global Industry Almanac: Global Industry Almanac is an essential
resource for top-level data and analysis covering the Fixed Line Telecoms industry. It includes detailed data
on market size and segmentation, textual analysis of the key trends and competitive landscape, and profiles of
the leading companies. This incisive report provides expert analysis on a global, regional and country basis.

Scope of the Report

* Contains an executive summary and data on value, volume and segmentation
* Provides textual analysis of the industry' s prospects, competitive landscape and profiles of the leading
companies
* Incorporates in-depth five forces competitive environment analysis and scorecards
* Covers the Global, European and Asia-Pacific markets as well as individual chapters on Australia, Belgium,
Brazil, Canada, China, Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Germany, Hungary, India, Italy, Japan, Mexico,
Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Russia, Singapore, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom
and United States.
* Includes a five-year forecast of the industry

Highlights

The global fixed line telecoms market shrank by 1.4% in 2009 to reach a value of $528 billion.

In 2014, the global fixed line telecoms market is forecast to have a value of $569.3 billion, an increase of
7.8% since 2009.

The global fixed line telecoms market shrank by 0.8% in 2009 to reach a volume of 1 billion fixed line
telephones.

In 2014, the global fixed line telecoms market is forecast to have a volume of 1.1 billion fixed line telephones,
an increase of 3.5% since 2009.

Voice is the largest segment of the global fixed line telecoms market, accounting for 59.2% of the market' s
total value.

Americas accounts for 34.5% of the global fixed line telecoms market value.

NTT Group is the leading player in the global fixed line telecoms market, generating a 11.3% share of the
market' s value.

Why you should buy this report

* Spot future trends and developments                       * Inform your business decisions
* Add weight to presentations and marketing materials       * Save time carrying out entry-level research

                                                                   http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/143680




                                                    209
                                                                                   February 2011

                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/01
Mobile Application Download Volume and Revenue Forecast in Europe to
2015
Price                                                                            Published by Datamonitor
US $ 695 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 1738 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Introduction

Ovum' s Mobile Application Download Volume and Revenue Forecast in Europe to 2015 databook offers a
comprehensive view of mobile applications downloads and revenues in the European mobile market.
Forecasts of both total and paid-for mobile application download numbers by platform are provided to 2015,
along with revenue forecasts by platform for the same period.

Scope

*Europe mobile applications download volume: overview and forecast
*Europe mobile applications download revenue: overview and forecast

Highlights

Mobile application download volume is forecast to grow at a CAGR of 33.7% over the 2010-15 period.

In Europe, total end-user mobile application download revenue is forecast to grow at a CAGR of 24.8% over
the 2010-15 period.

Reasons to Purchase

*Provides a comprehensive and granular view of the mobile applications market
*Identifies the key market trends and highlights areas of future growth
*Enables stakeholders in the market to make informed strategic and tactical decisions

                                                                http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142658




                                                  210
                                                                                       February 2011

                                                                                           Pub. Date 2010/12/01
Fixed Line Telecoms: Global Industry Guide
Price                                                                                Published by Datamonitor
US $ 1495 PDF by E-mail (Single user format)
US $ 3738 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Datamonitor' s Fixed Line Telecoms: Global Industry Guide is an essential resource for top-level data and
analysis covering the Fixed Line Telecoms industry. It includes detailed data on market size and segmentation,
textual analysis of the key trends and competitive landscape, and profiles of the leading companies. This
incisive report provides expert analysis on a global, regional and country basis.

Scope of the Report

* Contains an executive summary and data on value, volume and segmentation
* Provides textual analysis of the industry' s prospects, competitive landscape and profiles of the leading
companies
* Incorporates in-depth five forces competitive environment analysis and scorecards
* Covers the Global, European and Asia-Pacific markets as well as individual chapters on 5 major markets
(France, Germany, Japan, the UK and the US).
* Includes a five-year forecast of the industry

Highlights

The global fixed line telecoms market shrank by 1.4% in 2009 to reach a value of $528 billion.

In 2014, the global fixed line telecoms market is forecast to have a value of $569.3 billion, an increase of
7.8% since 2009.

The global fixed line telecoms market shrank by 0.8% in 2009 to reach a volume of 1 billion fixed line
telephones.

In 2014, the global fixed line telecoms market is forecast to have a volume of 1.1 billion fixed line telephones,
an increase of 3.5% since 2009.

Voice is the largest segment of the global fixed line telecoms market, accounting for 59.2% of the market' s
total value.

Americas accounts for 34.5% of the global fixed line telecoms market value.

NTT Group is the leading player in the global fixed line telecoms market, generating a 11.3% share of the
market' s value.

Why you should buy this report

* Spot future trends and developments
* Inform your business decisions
* Add weight to presentations and marketing materials
* Save time carrying out entry-level research

                                                                   http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/143735




                                                    211
                                                                                   February 2011

                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/01
Mobile Application Download Volume and Revenue Forecast in Eastern
Europe to 2015
Price                                                                            Published by Datamonitor
US $ 695 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 1738 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Introduction

Ovum' s Mobile Application Download Volume and Revenue Forecast in Eastern Europe to 2015 databook
offers a comprehensive view of mobile applications downloads and revenues in the Eastern European mobile
market. Forecasts of both total and paid-for mobile application download numbers by platform are provided
to 2015, along with revenue forecasts by platform for the same period.

Scope

*Eastern Europe mobile applications download volume: overview and forecast
*Eastern Europe mobile applications download revenue: overview and forecast

Highlights

Mobile application download volume is forecast to grow at a CAGR of 39.3% over the 2010-15 period.

In Eastern Europe, total end-user mobile application download revenue is forecast to grow at a CAGR of
30.1% over the 2010-15 period.

Reasons to Purchase

*Provides a comprehensive and granular view of the mobile applications market
*Identifies the key market trends and highlights areas of future growth
*Enables stakeholders in the market to make informed strategic and tactical decisions

                                                                http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142660




                                                  212
                                                                                   February 2011

                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/01
Mobile Application Download Volume and Revenue Forecast in South &
Central America to 2015
Price                                                                            Published by Datamonitor
US $ 695 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 1738 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Introduction

Ovum' s Mobile Application Download Volume and Revenue Forecast in South & Central America to 2015
databook offers a comprehensive view of mobile applications downloads and revenues in the South & Central
American mobile market. Forecasts of both total and paid-for mobile application download numbers by
platform are provided to 2015, along with revenue forecasts by platform for the same period.

Scope

*South & Central America mobile applications download volume: overview and forecast
*South & Central America mobile applications download revenue: overview and forecast

Highlights

Mobile application download volume is forecast to grow at a CAGR of 40.1% over the 2010-15 period.

In South and Central America, total end-user mobile application download revenue is forecast to grow at a
CAGR of 34.5% over the 2010-15 period.

Reasons to Purchase

*Provides a comprehensive and granular view of the mobile applications market
*Identifies the key market trends and highlights areas of future growth
*Enables stakeholders in the market to make informed strategic and tactical decisions

                                                                http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142657




                                                  213
                                                                                   February 2011

                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/01
Mobile Application Download Volume and Revenue Forecast in Middle
East & Africa to 2015
Price                                                                            Published by Datamonitor
US $ 695 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 1738 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Introduction

Ovum' s Mobile Application Download Volume and Revenue Forecast in Middle East & Africa to 2015
databook offers a comprehensive view of mobile applications downloads and revenues in the Middle East &
African mobile market. Forecasts of both total and paid-for mobile application download numbers by
platform are provided to 2015, along with revenue forecasts by platform for the same period.

Scope

*Middle East & Africa mobile applications download volume: overview and forecast
*Middle East & Africa mobile applications download revenue: overview and forecast

Highlights

Mobile application download volume is forecast to grow at a CAGR of 26.8% over the 2010-15 period.

In Middle East & Africa, total end-user mobile application download revenue is forecast to grow at a CAGR
of 22.8% over the 2010-15 period.

Reasons to Purchase

*Provides a comprehensive and granular view of the mobile applications market
*Identifies the key market trends and highlights areas of future growth
*Enables stakeholders in the market to make informed strategic and tactical decisions

                                                                http://www.the-infoshop.com/ce/142662




                                                  214
                                                                                    February 2011

                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/01
Fixed Line Telecoms - Scandinavia Industry Guide
Price                                                                              Published by Datamonitor
US $ 795 PDF by E-mail (Single user format)
US $ 1988 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Datamonitor' s Fixed Line Telecoms - Scandinavia Industry Guide is an essential resource for top-level data
and analysis covering the Fixed Line Telecoms industry in each of the Scandinavian (Denmark, Norway and
Sweden) countries. The report includes easily comparable data on market value, segmentation, and five forces
analysis, plus full five year market forecasts for each country. It examines future problems, innovations and
potential growth areas within the market.

Scope of the Report

* Contains an executive summary market values, and segmentation
* Provides textual analysis of the industry' s prospects, competitive landscape and profiles of leading
companies
* Incorporates in-depth five forces competitive environment analysis and scorecards
* Compares data from Denmark, Norway and Sweden, alongside individual chapters on each country. .
* Includes a five-year forecast of the industry

Highlights

Scandinavia, comprised of Denmark, Norway and Sweden, contributed $8,770.6 million in 2009 to the global
fixed line telecoms industry, representing a negative CAGR of 3.2% for the period spanning 2005-09.

Sweden is the largest fixed line telecoms market, with a share of 42.1% in 2009.

Sweden is the leading country among the Scandinavian countries, with market revenues of $3,695.2 million in
2009.

Why you should buy this report

* Spot future trends and developments
* Inform your business decisions
* Add weight to presentations and marketing materials
* Save time carrying out entry-level research

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Mobile Application Download Volume and Revenue Forecast in North
America to 2015
Price                                                                             Published by Datamonitor
US $ 695 PDF by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 1738 PDF by E-mail (Global license)

Introduction

Ovum' s Mobile Application Download Volume and Revenue Forecast in North America to 2015 databook
offers a comprehensive view of mobile applications downloads and revenues in the North American mobile
market. Forecasts of both total and paid-for mobile application download numbers by platform are provided
to 2015, along with revenue forecasts by platform for the same period.

Scope

*North America mobile applications download volume: overview and forecast
*North America mobile applications download revenue: overview and forecast

Highlights

Mobile application download volume is forecast to grow at a CAGR of 26% over the 2010-15 period.

In North America, total end-user mobile application download revenue is forecast to grow at a CAGR of
17.4% over the 2010-15 period.

Reasons to Purchase

*Provides a comprehensive and granular view of the mobile applications market
*Identifies the key market trends and highlights areas of future growth
*Enables stakeholders in the market to make informed strategic and tactical decisions

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                                                                                        Pub. Date 2010/12/01
Telco KPIs: 2Q10 analysis
Price                                                                               Published by Ovum, Ltd.
US $ 1495 PowerPoint Presentation by E-mail (Single user license)
US $ 3738 PowerPoint Presentation by E-mail (Global license)

Presentation, comparison, and analysis of the world' s top telcos' financial and operational KPIs for 2Q10.

Table of Contents
Key messages                                    Market trends
Revenues and profitability                      Opex
Capital intensity                               Additional financials
Subscribers                                     Company analysis
Methodology

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Fixed Line Telecoms - Top 5 Emerging Markets Industry Guide
Price                                                                             Published by Datamonitor
US $ 995 PDF by E-mail (Single user format)
US $ 2488 PDF by E-mail (Global license)


Datamonitor' s Fixed Line Telecoms - Top 5 Emerging Markets Industry Guide is an essential resource for
top-level data and analysis covering the Fixed Line Telecoms industry in each of the Top 5 Emerging markets
(Brazil, China, India, Mexico and South Africa). The report includes easily comparable data on market value,
volume, segmentation and market share, plus full five year market forecasts. It examines future problems,
innovations and potential growth areas within the market.

Scope of the Report

* Contains an executive summary and data on value, volume and segmentation
* Provides textual analysis of the industry' s prospects, competitive landscape and profiles of the leading
companies
* Incorporates in-depth five forces competitive environment analysis and scorecards
* Compares data from Brazil, China, India, Mexico and South Africa, alongside individual chapters on each
country. .
* Includes a five-year forecast of the industry

Highlights

The Top 5 Emerging countries contributed $108.9 billion to the global Soft Drinks industry in 2009, with a
CAGR of 4.9% between 2005 and 2009

The top 5 emerging countries are expected to reach a value of $140.8 billion in 2014, with a CAGR of 5.3%
over the 2009-14 period.

China is the leading country among the Top 5 emerging nations, with market revenues of $57.9 billion in
2009.

Why you should buy this report

* Spot future trends and developments
* Inform your business decisions
* Add weight to presentations and marketing materials
* Save time carrying out entry-level research

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The Worldwide Market for Mobile Medical Apps
Price                                                                    Published by Kalorama Information
US $ 1500 PDF by E-mail ( Single User License)
US $ 3000 PDF by E-mail (Global Site License)


Smartphone and other mobile applications or “apps” are being utilized in many areas of healthcare:
education, health management, data management, health information, and other workflow processes. This
Kalorama Information report The Worldwide Market for Mobile Medical Apps details these products and
presents a picture of the market today and what it may look like over the next five years. Some popular apps
included in this report include.

・Epocrates
・Medscape Mobile
・iRadiology
・Nursing Central
・Care360 Mobile
・STAT ICD-9 LITE
・Netter' s Atlas of Human Anatomy
・EMR apps
Healthcare has exhibited a particular need for these technologies. Not only is the medical community using
smartphones and their applications for basic work at a higher rate than the general population, but they are
reporting using smartphones in replacement for some of the work that would have previously been done on a
desktop or laptop computer.

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