rsstelecom http://www.idc.com/rss/2813.do IDC RSS alerts 2017年 国内エンタープライズインフラストラクチャ/ハイパーコンバージドインフラストラクチャの選定基準分析:DXに備えたインフラ選定 http://www.idc.com/getdoc.jsp?containerId=JPJ42465317 <P>第3のプラットフォーム(クラウド、ビッグデータ/アナリティクス、モビリティ、ソーシャル技術)を活用して、企業としての新しい価値創出や競争優位の確立を目指すデジタルトランスフォーメーション(DX)の進展が、ITインフラの選定に影響を与えている。</P><P>本調査レポートは、2017年6月に実施したエンタープライズインフラストラクチャに関するユーザー調査データを基にDXの進展がITインフラの選定に与える影響を分析する。具体的には、DXの進展やパブリッククラウドの普及が与えるITインフラ選定基準の変化や、OpenStackやコンテナ技術といった新技術の普及がITインフラ選定に与える影響を分析する。また、ハイパーコンバージドシステムについては、利用の状況や利用の理由に加え、ベンダーの選定基準、今後の拡張計画、機能強化への期待といった調査結果を分析する。</P> IDC Survey Fri, 21 Jul 2017 04:00:00 GMT Yukihisa Hode Cisco Channel Strategy Update http://www.idc.com/getdoc.jsp?containerId=US41461316 <P>"As customers are demanding more customized solutions, traditional partners are struggling to meet requirements using their old business models." — Pam Miller, director, Infrastructure Channels Research</P> Market Perspective Fri, 21 Jul 2017 04:00:00 GMT Pam Miller, Leslie Rosenberg, Chris Barnard IDC PlanScape: Digitally Enabled Thinking Supply Chain http://www.idc.com/getdoc.jsp?containerId=US42843015 <P>This IDC study continues a series of research documents on the digitally enabled "thinking" supply chain. Our initial view on the topic was published previously in <I>The Digitally</I> <I>Enabled Supply Chain with </I><I>Manufacturing </I><I>Use Cases</I> (IDC #<B><A href="/getdoc.jsp?containerId=US42434217">US42434217</A></B>, April 2017), followed by this document, an IDC TechScape, and then ultimately a series of IDC MarketScape documents as capabilities mature. The purpose of this document is to provide the beginning of a road map for manufacturers aspiring to create a digitally enabled supply chain.</P><P>"The supply chain plays an increasingly critical role in the evolution of manufacturing, with digital competencies poised to transform the way in which supply chains operate. In this IDC PlanScape, we look at the concept of digitally enabling the supply chain as an evolutionary way of enabling manufacturers to meet the speed and agility required of them in the marketplace while providing the lens through which to see the opportunities for business model change," says Simon Ellis, program VP, Global Supply Chain Strategies.</P> IDC PlanScape Fri, 21 Jul 2017 04:00:00 GMT Simon Ellis IDC TechBrief: Operations Management Systems http://www.idc.com/getdoc.jsp?containerId=US42811717 <P>This IDC TechBrief discusses operations management systems for oil and gas environment, health, and safety.</P><P>According to Chris Niven, research director, IDC Energy Insights, "Most oil and gas companies are using in-house software solutions and spreadsheets to monitor and manage EHS for potential violations and risk and should look to other solutions for improving performance."</P> IDC TechBrief Fri, 21 Jul 2017 04:00:00 GMT Chris Niven, Kevin Prouty Dimension Data Aligns Technology Solutions for A.S.O.'s Tour de France Becoming Lighter, Faster and More Agile http://www.idc.com/getdoc.jsp?containerId=lcUS42895217 <P>Dimension Data, a global IT provider based in South Africa, which is a wholly owned subsidiary of NTT Data, is the main technology sponsor of A.S.O.'s Tour de France, the premier bicycling event in the world for the third year in a multiyear relationship. In addition, Dimension Data also sponsors Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka, the first African cycling team to participate in the event.</P> IDC Link Thu, 20 Jul 2017 04:00:00 GMT Leslie Rosenberg Driving Digital Transformation in the Retail Ecosystem http://www.idc.com/getdoc.jsp?containerId=AP42879317 <P>This IDC Survey includes comprehensive insights into the market dynamics currently shaping the IT services landscape of the retail industry in Asia/Pacific (excluding Japan) (APEJ) based on the findings of IDC's 2017 Annual Business and IT Services Survey. This study analyzes the spending intentions of IT and line-of-business buyers in the retail industry engaging with external SPs to build or implement innovation initiatives using digital transformation (DX). This report highlights a retail organization's digital transformation adoption patterns and its focus on DX initiatives.</P><P>The survey was conducted between December 2016 and January 2017, and 1,302 business and IT services decision makers across industries were interviewed among 13 APEJ markets.</P><P>"The retail industry in Asia/Pacific is at the forefront of digital transformation, with investments in DX technologies expected to double by 2019. Reinforcing this trend, we see retailers across Asia/Pacific clearly prioritizing the improvement of their networks, cybersecurity, and datacenters to build foundational capabilities that further expand digital initiatives across their business ecosystems. Service providers and vendors need to adapt their offerings, integrating 3rd Platform technologies with core retail functions to help retailers in the journey to converge their digital and physical channels," says Rijo George Thomas, senior market analyst, IDC's Asia/Pacific Business and IT Services Research.</P> IDC Survey Thu, 20 Jul 2017 04:00:00 GMT Rijo George Thomas, Cathy Huang Worldwide Competitive Public Cloud Platform as a Service Forecast, 2017–2021 http://www.idc.com/getdoc.jsp?containerId=US42053317 <P>This IDC study presents a view of PaaS revenue from the historical year 2016 through the 2017–2021 forecast period. It includes high-level breakdowns of PaaS submarkets and geographic regions and offers analysis of key trends, including revenue growth drivers and inhibitors.</P><P>"Digital disruption of multiple industries continues to grow with start-ups leveraging new information sources and automating traditional business processes," says Larry Carvalho, research manager, IDC's Platform as a Service. "Traditional enterprises have to initiate new business initiatives leveraging new platform technologies while migrating and refactoring their current IT environment. With the increase in data and the need for analytics harvested using information from a variety of sources, applications that are needed to leverage value from data will continue to grow PaaS revenue over the next few years."</P> Market Forecast Thu, 20 Jul 2017 04:00:00 GMT Larry Carvalho 2017年 国内の金融分野における 第3のプラットフォーム需要動向調査 http://www.idc.com/getdoc.jsp?containerId=JPJ41781617 <P>本調査レポートは、国内金融機関(銀行、保険、証券/その他金融サービス)における第3のプラットフォームの支出額の2016年の実績、2017年~2021年の予測を提供する。また、国内金融機関における第3のプラットフォーム、およびイノベーションアクセラレーター需要動向、ケーススタディについて分析する。さらに国内金融機関において本格的な事業化が開始している「FinTech」の展望に関して分析を行う。国内金融機関の「FinTech」の取り組み、および関連IT支出額予測に加えて、他の産業分野の企業への波及効果を含めた「FinTechエコシステム」の分析、および関連IT支出規模を提供する。</P><P>国内金融機関の多くで、新たなビジネス創出、商品/サービス強化を目的に新たなIT利活用を模索しており、第3のプラットフォーム、イノベーションアクセラレーターの活用が拡大している。特に多くの金融機関において「FinTech」ソリューションの提供、利用が本格化しており、今後第3のプラットフォーム、イノベーションアクセラレーターの支出を促進するとみている。さらに金融機関に留まらず、スタートアップ企業、他の産業分野を含む「FinTechエコシステム」が構築され、多くの企業の業務/システムに効果が波及するとみている。</P><P>「ITサプライヤーは、金融機関を中心とした「FinTechエコシステム」構築に向けて積極的に支援することが有効である」とIDC Japan ITスペンディンググループのリサーチマネージャーである市村 仁は分析している。</P> Industry Development and Models Wed, 19 Jul 2017 04:00:00 GMT Hitoshi Ichimura 2017年 国内企業におけるITサービス購買行動の変化 http://www.idc.com/getdoc.jsp?containerId=JPJ41777017 <P>本調査レポートは、デジタルトランスフォーメーション(DX)が本格化する中で、国内企業のITサービス購買行動、パートナーの選定などがどのように変わっているのかを調査した結果をまとめたものである。国内企業のIT部門、業務部門(ITユーザー部門)に対するアンケート調査と、直接取材から構成されている。</P><P>DXプロジェクトにおいて、企業のITサービス購買行動、ベンダー選定基準が変わる部分と、既存システム時と同様の変わらない部分がある。企業のDXパートナーを目指す企業は、変わっていく部分、変わらない部分を、企業ごとに見極めつつ、DX時代の営業、マーケティング体制を構築していかなくてはならない。「企業のDXパートナーを目指すベンダーは、企業がパートナーに求める基準に変化が起きているのかを見極めつつ、デジタルとアナログを融合した顧客アプローチ、営業/マーケティング戦略を考えていく必要がある」と、IDC Japan リサーチのグループディレクターである寄藤 幸治は述べている。</P> Industry Development and Models Wed, 19 Jul 2017 04:00:00 GMT Yukiharu Yorifuji Asia/Pacific (Excluding Japan) Nations and Internet of Things: A Comparative Assessment http://www.idc.com/getdoc.jsp?containerId=AP42883317 <P>This IDC study provides a comparative assessment of the Asia/Pacific (excluding Japan) nations according to their readiness for the continued adoption of the Internet of Things (loT) and ability to facilitate its accelerated development in the near future. The study outlines the methodology used for scoring, weighting, and ranking each nation in relation to the nation's opportunity for loT development and provides an in-depth discussion on the rank-ordered results for each country. It includes a future outlook and concludes with some essential guidance for loT vendors and service providers currently assessing market potential for revenue as a result of the increasing adoption of the loT in APEJ countries, as well as for APEJ nations on how to raise their investment appeal.</P><P>"Countries are keen to become or maintain a competitive advantage, and as such, they are looking to the Internet of Things as one of those initiatives," says Hugh Ujhazy, associate vice president, Internet of Things, IDC Asia/Pacific. "Knowing where a country stands in the loT index will help global and local IT vendors know what opportunities lie ahead of them as they line up their strategies at federal, local, and enterprise levels."</P><P>"IDC's assessment of the APEJ nations' capacity to develop loT opportunities reveals some surprising results," adds Shaily Shah, research manager, Internet of Things, IDC Asia/Pacific. "Not all countries are created equal, and sheer GDP size alone is not necessarily the best predictor of a country's readiness for and ability to accelerate the development of the loT."</P> Market Perspective Wed, 19 Jul 2017 04:00:00 GMT Hugh Ujhazy, Shaily Shah, Adam Wright