rssbigdata IDC RSS alerts European Enterprise Communications Survey, 2020: Attitudes Toward Network Life-Cycle Services and Providers <P>This IDC Survey analyzes trends impacting enterprise network life-cycle services (NLS) providers in Europe and identifies key opportunities for the next two years, based on IDC's <I>European Enterprise Communications Survey 2020</I>.</P><P>IDC's European Enterprise Communications Survey is an annual survey and a "must have" for any technology provider. It identifies organizations' priorities around enterprise communications services including telecommunications, collaboration, cloud, network, and life-cycle services. In addition, it provides an overview of companies' network investment strategies, challenges, and service provider preferences. </P><P>Results are available for 12 European countries (Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, the U.K., Czech Republic, Poland, and Russia), six verticals (finance, manufacturing, the public sector, retail/wholesale, business services, and transport), and six business size segments (50–99 employees, 100–249 employees, 250–499 employees, 500–999 employees, 1,000–4,999 employees, and 5,000 or more employees) on request.</P><P>"European enterprises increasingly follow a strategic and/or transformative investment approach to meet business objectives and digitalize their business. Investments in software-centric concepts such as virtualization and SDx solutions — SD-WAN, for example — are gaining importance, while security threats, network transformation, and automation are major concerns for ICT decision makers. This drives the need for advanced network life-cycle services, particularly around deployment, management, and maintenance of emerging technology solutions to enable network transformation. Vendors that position themselves as trustworthy partners that can support customers' transformation efforts will be well positioned in the coming years," said Sylvia Wünsche, senior research analyst, European Enterprise Networks and Life-Cycle Services.</P> IDC Survey Wed, 27 May 2020 04:00:00 GMT Sylvia Wünsche Splunk Q1 FY21 Results Show Significant Customer Interest for SaaS, and Broader Platform Adoption <P>Splunk released its Q1FY21 first quarter, with key results including ARR of $1.775 billion, up 52% year-over-year, cloud revenue of $112 million, up 81% year-over-year, total revenues of $434 million, up 2% year-over-year, and GAAP loss per share of $1.94; non-GAAP loss per share was $0.56. The shift to a SaaS model delivered nearly half of total software bookings in the quarter. Other key metrics include GAAP gross margins of 70.4%, and just over $192 million in R&D spending in the quarter. Total ARR grew to $1.775B in the quarter, up from Q1FY20 of $1.167B. While customers are now fully engaged with Splunk's Cloud capabilities delivered via SaaS, some customers manage their own Splunk environment hosted in AWS or Google, and others use the technologies on-premise. </P><P>In the second half of last year, the company initiated a "Data to Everything" branding program, adjusted its pricing model, and broadened the product portfolio through organic product development and acquisitions. Q1 shows healthy market appetite for the product portfolio, accelerated Splunk Cloud (SaaS) and subscription adoption, and the company's ability to migrate on-premise customers to the SaaS model. The company closed 81 deals greater than $1 million, compared to 46 in Q1FY20 indicating customers are looking at Splunk becoming a broader platform in their environments across security, DevOps, and Infrastructure and Operations (I&O) teams. </P> IDC Link Wed, 27 May 2020 04:00:00 GMT Stephen Elliot HPE FY 2Q20 Results: Difficult Market Conditions Were Further Challenged by Component Shortages and Supply Chain Constraints IDC Link Tue, 26 May 2020 04:00:00 GMT Crawford Del Prete, Matthew Eastwood Server Designs Approaching Critical Mass at Open Compute Virtual Summit 2020 IDC Link Tue, 26 May 2020 04:00:00 GMT Kuba Stolarski, Sebastian Lagana, Leon Kao, Ashish Nadkarni, Eric Sheppard What does the New Normal Look Like for Healthcare after COVID-19? <P>This IDC Web Conference provides an overview of the potential of digital technologies in helping the European healthcare industry to approach to a new normal after the COVID-19 outbreak.</P><P>This presentation explores how this transformation touches upon the whole healthcare value chain, from public health surveillance systems to care services provision and patient engagement. It outlines how digital will empower healthcare organizations to develop a set of capabilities for sensing, predicting, enabling, and responding to the needs and challenges of the new normal.</P> Web Conference Proceeding: Tech Supplier Tue, 26 May 2020 04:00:00 GMT Giulia Besana, Silvia Piai 国内BDAテクノロジー/サービス市場予測、 2020年~2024年 <P>本調査レポートは国内BDAテクノロジー/サービス市場の2019年の実績と2020年~2024年の予測を提供している。COVID-19の流行は国内経済に影響を与え、経済影響による企業のIT投資にもインパクトがあると考えられる。国内BDAテクノロジー/サービス市場についてもCOVID-19の影響を受けると予測しており、本調査レポートで用いる市場予測では、2020年3月末時点におけるCOVID-19の影響および見通しを考慮している。IDC Japanのグループディレクターの眞鍋 敬は、「COVID-19の影響は国内経済に甚大な影響を与える可能性があり、国内BDA市場においてもこの影響は避けられない。しかし、企業のデータ分析需要は継続しており、COVID-19の影響は一時的であり、長期的には同市場の成長は継続する」と分析している。</P> Market Forecast Tue, 26 May 2020 04:00:00 GMT Takashi Manabe Enterprise Performance Management Applications Partner and Channels Ecosystem <P>This IDC Market Presentation provides an assessment of the partner and channel relationships within the enterprise performance management applications market. The presentation highlights the importance of the need to reassess partner programs in the current unprecedented economic environment.</P> Market Presentation Mon, 25 May 2020 04:00:00 GMT Dan Vesset, Chandana Gopal, Paul Edwards What IT Activities Are Asia/Pacific Enterprise Leaders Prioritizing Next? <P>This study highlights the IT activities that enterprise leaders in 13 Asia/Pacific regions plan to prioritize over the next 18 months. </P><P>These survey results are tabulated from IDC's <I>2020 Asia/Pacific Software Survey</I>, in which 969 CIOs and line-of-business (LOB) decision makers in Asia/Pacific (excluding Japan) (APEJ) responded with business and IT insights into the priorities, trends, preferences, and challenges such end-user organizations face as they undertake software-related initiatives. These include agile development, DevOps adoption, open source software, DevSecOps, microservices, application containerization, big data and business analytics, as well as enterprise applications (e.g., enterprise resource planning [ERP], customer relationship management [CRM], talent management, customer experience, and enterprise mobility).</P> IDC Survey Spotlight Mon, 25 May 2020 04:00:00 GMT Gina Smith, PhD ServiceNow Safe Workplace Builds on Initial Customer Momentum to COVID-19 Pandemic, But with a Focus on Returning to the Workplace <P>On Monday, May 18, ServiceNow released ServiceNow Safe Workplace, a four-app suite and dashboard designed to help companies manage the essential steps for returning employees to the workplace. Immediately available on the ServiceNow store or at, the Safe Workplace app suite is powered by the Now Platform. The applications will have a road map and future product investment and mobile access. In a March announcement to assist customers with COVID-19 impact, ServiceNow released four emergency response applications, with adoption reaching almost 6,000 applications deployed at more than 1,000 customers globally. Many of the same customers (i.e., human resources, IT, legal and workplace services departments) when planning to prepare for employees to return to the workplace will consider the applications that best fit their scenario plans from the ServiceNow Safe Workplace suite.</P> IDC Link Wed, 20 May 2020 04:00:00 GMT Stephen Elliot 中国医疗行业 IT 市场预测,2020-2024 <P>本 IDC 报告研究了中国医疗行业 IT 市场的现状和未来发展趋势,研究领域主要涵盖医疗服务、医疗保障和医药流通三大领域,分析了中国医疗改革的主要措施、行业发展趋势、新兴信息化技术及其支撑的医疗数字化转型的发展,并重点分析了医疗行业各类主要医疗应用软件解决方案市场的发展情况和趋势,提供了对整个医疗行业 IT支出和主要医疗应用软件解决方案的市场规模预测,以及一些新技术应用市场规模预测。</P><P>“政府持续的医药卫生改革、医疗数字化转型升级发展及其所带动的医疗信息系统架构升级和新兴信息化技术应用是医疗IT发展的三大推动力。医疗信息化经过二十年的发展,在抗击新冠肺炎疫情中展现出巨大作用,医疗数字化转型正成为发展潮流。预计从 2020年起,基于云计算、互联网、大数据等新兴技术架构的医疗软件信息系统进入快速发展通道,医疗应用软件系统开始向第三平台技术快速迁移,人工智能、物联网、虚拟现实、机器人等技术开始落地应用并展现出价值潜力,支撑远程医疗、远程手术、医养结合、药品研发和健康管理等各个领域的转型发展,以及支持医疗保障、医药研发和生命科学等整个产业链加速发展。”——IDC 中国行业研究与咨询服务部高级研究经理肖宏亮表示。</P> Market Forecast Wed, 20 May 2020 04:00:00 GMT Leon Xiao