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In a hybrid world businesses need security to match
"The networked world is not a safe place, as hackers and cyber data thieves are all too anxious and prepared to exploit vulnerabilities."
TCC Technology named top Thai data center hosting service provider
Thailand’s TCC Technology has been named Frost & Sullivan’s Thailand Data Center Hosting Service Provider of the Year.
Australian fintech sector skyrocketing
The Australian fintech sector will reach $4.2 billion by 2020; of which A$1 billion will be completely new added value to the Australian economy.
Australian fintech industry disrupting big four banks
Australia's fintech industry is set to pull money away from the big four banks, according to a report which highlights just how lucrative fintech is.
Blue Coat dominates network security forensics market
Blue Coat has been acknowledged for its dominance in the global network security forensics market, winning Frost & Sullivan's Leadership Award.
3D printing expansion unveils growth opportunities for superior materials
“Product innovation and differentiation will go a long way in enhancing the use of 3D printing."
Under-penetrated verticals offering huge MDM potential; will Microsoft shake up EMM?
The Australian MDM market is offering growth and 'significant' opportunities for the channel, while there could be a shakeup ahead for the EMM market.
Blue Coat Systems dominates network security forensics market
"Blue Coat's mission is to provide enterprises a way to not only block attacks before they happen, but track, respond to and mitigate any attacks."
DDoS attacks creating opportunity for vendors
“Vendors must continue research & development to provide DDoS mitigation solutions with higher efficacy, scalability, and supporting cloud services."
Australian UC service market 'intense', set to reach $1 billion
"The UC services market is intense, with a number of incumbents and many challengers."
Database-as-a-Service a win-win for both providers and enterprises
“As enterprises seek to grow their data analytics programmes and leverage data from IoT, they need new ways to manage the data."
Frost & Sullivan applauds VMware for education technology solutions
"WMware's product line reduces reliance on the IT departments in schools and its mobile learning solutions bridge the gap between learning and tech."
Enterprises turn to WAN solutions to meet growing demands
"In a cloud-centric IT environment, the enterprise wide area networking (WAN) landscape is becoming more significant."
SMBs and eCommerce: What you need to know
Successful eCommerce can have a significant and positive impact on SMBs, but many are not aware of how they can make it work for them.
Cisco dominates NAC market, thanks to acquisitions and innovation
"Cisco has won a reputation for expertise in network architecture and has displayed a ‘true dedication’ to securing networking."
Google dominates mobile enterprise space
"Google has leveraged its broad technological reach and foresight to anticipate and address the evolving needs of mobile customers."
Artificial intelligence in healthcare a $6 billion industry
AI systems are at the forefront of the healthcare revolution. Selecting the right solution partners and business models is crucial for vendor success.
Australian UC market shaken up by disruptive technologies
As the market is impacted by disruptive technologies, UC solutions will evolve to stay relevant in order to service the core need for enterprise comms
MSC Mobility knocks out the competition
Frost & Sullivan has named MSC Mobility the Enterprise Mobility Managed Service Provider of the year in Australia at the Australian Excellence Awards.
Telstra, Bulletproof among Frost & Sullivan Aussie Excellence winners
Telstra scored four wins at Frost & Sullivan’s Australia Excellence Awards, with Bulletproof, Canberra Data Centres and Microsoft among the winners.
Security, big data, smart machines to shape tech sector in 2016
It’s a given that technology will be ubiquitous in every aspect of business, but how it will be used and the impact it will have is up for discussion.
'Major' service opportunities to come with IoT
Major Internet of Things opportunities are expected as the trend continues to transform industries, according to research firm Frost & Sullivan.
Australian IoT in the home to hit $200m by 2020
The IoT in the home market in Australia is forecast to tip $200 million by 2020 with security and energy management solutions leading the way.
Wireless and cloud tech at the heart of connected living
"Wireless communication and cloud computing form the basis of any connected living deployment," says Sumit Kumar Pal, from TechVision.