Enterprise Technology Trends in 2010: The top IT trends affecting organizations in 201008 Nov 2010 • by Natalie Aster
London - “There are a relatively small number of vendors in the space and they are generally either fairly small startups backed by venture capital, or large, well known software players that are aiming to keep up with the innovative technology and have the existing resources to launch their own mashup offerings. The common denominator between the organizations is that they are almost all based in the US or in Western Europe.”
The report "Enterprise Technology Trends in 2010: The top IT trends affecting organizations in 2010" by Business Insights gives insight into enterprise IT budgetary changes in 2010 and the broader business trends underpinning enterprise IT decisions next year.
Published: December 2009
Report Sample Abstract:
There are several types of company operating in the enterprise mashup marketplace, and they all still have the opportunity to fill the open space in leadership, assuming they tick the boxes in terms of what enterprises expect from their vendor. Efficiency, speed of implementation and cost are the most important factors that enterprises examine.
The Symbian operating system has been the dominant one to date, representing 58% of the market in 2008, thanks to Nokia's dominance in the mobile space. However, by 2014, Symbian’s market share will have fallen to 43% due to rapid adoption of new platforms such as Android.
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