rssservices IDC RSS alerts DevOps Survey of Large Enterprise Organizations — United States, 2018 <P>This IDC Survey provides insights into the DevOps practices of large enterprise organizations within the United States. The survey data included in this presentation encompasses DevOps adoption and drivers, application modernization approaches, DevOps cloud usage and preferences for workloads, progress toward automation, and DevOps team culture, measurements, and skills.</P><P>"There is a fair amount of hype surrounding DevOps. This IDC Survey explores how large enterprise organizations are acclimating to DevOps and the litany of related people and technology changes they are facing," said Jim Mercer, research director of DevOps. "Business pressures for digital transformation and the need for faster delivery of software updates to end customers are pushing IT organizations to aggressively adopt and apply DevOps principles within their teams. In tandem, there are an assortment of contemporary technologies that are accessible to help IT teams improve the velocity of application development and the overall reliability of production applications."</P> IDC Survey Fri, 07 Dec 2018 05:00:00 GMT Jim Mercer IDC FutureScape: Worldwide IT Industry 2019 Predictions (Japanese) <P>本調査レポートは、今後5年間のIT業界の10項目のPredictionsと主な促進要因を取り上げる。</P><P>IDCのチーフアナリストであるFrank Gensは、「デジタルイノベーションを取り巻く業界、そして世界経済のおいて、再調整と統合が急速に進むことから、企業幹部は、速いペースでイノベーションが拡大する世界に合わせて組織を全力で改革しなければならない。つまり、分散型クラウドインフラストラクチャ、パブリッククラウドソフトウェアのスタック、アジャイルでクラウドネイティブなアプリケーションの開発とデプロイメント、新しいユーザーインターフェースとしてのAI、セキュリティと信頼に対する全方位型のアプローチの大規模な展開などの実現を目指して、ITを再構築するということである」と述べている。</P><P>本調査レポートは、『<I>IDC </I><I>FutureScape</I><I>: Worldwide IT Industry 2019 </I><I>Predictions</I>(IDC #<B><A href="/getdoc.jsp?containerId=US44403818">US44403818</A></B>、2018年10月発行)』の日本語翻訳版である。</P> IDC FutureScape Fri, 07 Dec 2018 05:00:00 GMT Frank Gens, Crawford Del Prete, Gerry Brown, Larry Carvalho, Arnal Dayaratna, Frank Della Rosa, Stephen Elliot, Shawn Fitzgerald, Maureen Fleming, Al Gillen, Cathy Huang, Ritu Jyoti, Christopher Kissel, Stephen Minton, George Mironescu, Deepak Mohan, Ashish Nadkarni, Eric Newmark, Robert Parker, Zachary Rabel, Shane Rau, Peter Rutten, David Schubmehl, Carrie Solinger, Jennifer Thomson, Dan Vesset, Richard L. Villars, James Wester, Hayley Sutherland IDC FutureScape: Worldwide IT Industry 2019 Predictions - Japan Implications <P>本プレゼンテーションは、世界と国内のIT市場において、2019年から2024年の間に起こるITに関する主要な10項目の予測(Predictions)について議論する。世界市場については『<I>IDC </I><I>FutureScape</I><I>: Worldwide IT Industry 2019 Predictions (Japanese)</I>(IDC #<B><A href="/getdoc.jsp?containerId=JPJ44382718">JPJ44382718</A></B>、2018年12月発行)』において詳述しており、本プレゼンテーションでは、国内市場のPredictionsにおいて、世界市場からの変更点に焦点を合わせて論じている。</P><P>第3のプラットフォームが「試行」段階から「イノベーションの拡大」へと移る中、世界の企業はデジタルの活用を戦略的な優先項目の上位に置き、どのように自社のビジネスを変革、イノベートするかを考えている。使われる技術も、分散型クラウド、エッジAI、ハイパーアジャイルなアプリテクノロジー/アーキテクチャ、AIを利用した音声UIなどさまざまに進化を遂げている。国内企業もこれに追随し、自らを変革し、競争に打ち勝っていかなくてはならない。IDC Japan リサーチバイスプレジデントの寄藤 幸治は、「国内企業は全社共通のデジタルトランスフォーメーション(DX)戦略の策定を行うべきである。そして目的に向かって段階的なアプローチをとると共に、企業内のあらゆる層の従業員や、ビジネスパートナーを巻き込みながらDXの実現を進めていく必要がある」と述べている。</P> Tech Buyer Presentation Fri, 07 Dec 2018 05:00:00 GMT Yukiharu Yorifuji The Rise of Cloudreach: Challenging the Status Quo of IT Service Delivery <P>This IDC Market Note profiles Cloudreach, a U.K.-headquartered cloud computing consulting and managed service provider that specializes in planning, implementation, and management of public cloud services. It is the fourth in a series detailing new entrants in the services market.</P> Market Note Fri, 07 Dec 2018 05:00:00 GMT Mette Ahorlu, Francesca Ciarletta Western Europe MFP Segment Forecast, 2018-2022 <P>This IDC Market Forecast discusses the MFP segment in Western Europe and provides a five-year forecast on MFP segment shipments.</P><P>"Continued transition from paper to digital means will negatively impact the amount of hardware devices being purchased across all buyer segments. Private and public businesses are printing fewer pages, resulting in falling hardware sales. However, with competition becoming more intense between the same number of suppliers, many OEMs are trying to target the market with other services and solutions to keep revenues and profits healthy. Further industry consolidation will likely occur," said Phil Sargeant, program director, Imaging, Printing, and Document Solutions, IDC Europe.</P> Market Forecast Fri, 07 Dec 2018 05:00:00 GMT Phil Sargeant Canadian ICT Forecast, 2018–2022 <P>This IDC study outlines IDC Canada's forecast for the Canadian information, communications, and technology (ICT) market for the 2018–2022 forecast period. It updates our previous forecast published in <I>Canadian ICT Forecast, 2017–2021</I> (IDC #<B><A href="/getdoc.jsp?containerId=CA41245017">CA41245017</A></B>, July 2017).</P><P>"The Canadian ICT market grew 4.0% in 2017 — faster than expected — as it goes through a transition to the 3rd Platform. Canadian ICT spending surpassed C$105 billion last year. By 2022, the end of our current forecast period, ICT spending will reach almost C$117 billion. This will be dominated by 3rd Platform's pillar and innovation accelerator technologies, making the Canadian market look very different than it does today with vendors pursuing expanded market opportunity in adjacent segments," says Jason Bremner, research vice president, Industry and Business Solutions.</P> Market Forecast Thu, 06 Dec 2018 05:00:00 GMT Jason Bremner CoreSite Datacenter Solutions <P>This IDC Vendor Profile analyzes the United States–based colocation and interconnection vendor CoreSite. It provides an overview of the company and its financials, services portfolio, and business strategy and IDC's outlook and advice.</P> Vendor Profile Thu, 06 Dec 2018 05:00:00 GMT Courtney Munroe, Kumar Abhishek Eleven Best Practices for Mobile Application Deployment <P>This IDC Perspective represents feedback from 20 customer interviews on mobile application deployment best practices. IDC asked buying organizations, all of which used third-party services firms to build mobile applications, to share what best practices led to the successful rollout of their mobile applications.</P><P>"The surge of mobility continues to deepen presence within the enterprise. Many adopters that have deployed mobile applications have achieved business benefits from their deployments, and they want to double down on enhancing employee productivity, improving customer experience, and reducing activity costs through leveraging mobility further. Having learned from prior mobile application deployments, organizations are learning from their experiences and fine-tuning their approaches through best practice frameworks to increase success. " — Pete Marston, research director, Application Lifecycle and Cloud Services</P> IDC Perspective Thu, 06 Dec 2018 05:00:00 GMT Peter Marston IDC PlanScape: Digital Transformation for a Strategically Aligned Workforce <P>This IDC PlanScape presents a digital transformation road map framework that enables human resource organizations to develop their own digital transformation road map for achieving a strategically aligned workforce. </P><P>"The majority of companies have not yet fully aligned their workforce to the strategic objectives of the company through digital transformation," said Lisa Rowan, research vice president, IDC's HR, Talent, and Learning Strategies and Services. "According to IDC research, about one-third of companies have done little or no digital transformation, another third are in the beginning stages of digital transformation, and one-third are well underway on their journey to digital transformation."</P> IDC PlanScape Thu, 06 Dec 2018 05:00:00 GMT Lisa Rowan, Cushing Anderson, Kyle Lagunas IDC's Worldwide Semiannual Smart Cities Spending Guide Taxonomy, 1H18 <P>This IDC study is designed as a companion piece for IDC's Worldwide Semiannual Smart Cities Spending Guide and provides a detailed description of the taxonomy, definitions, and methodology supporting IDC's Smart Cities research globally. The approach and structure described provide a framework to better understand Smart City trends and can help both technology suppliers and end-user organizations in planning activities and strategy definition.</P><P>"IDC's Worldwide Semiannual Smart Cities Spending Guide coverage continues to grow. In this release, we expanded details by technology, analyzed five additional use cases, and covered over 100 cities," said Serena Da Rold, program manager, IDC's Customer Insights and Analysis group. "The new release of the taxonomy provides a valuable guide to map IDC's new forecasts to the global context of digital transformation within cities."</P> Taxonomy Thu, 06 Dec 2018 05:00:00 GMT Serena Da Rold, Ruthbea Yesner, Alison Brooks, Ph.D., Mark Zannoni, Nigel Wallis, Meng Cong, Jan Alexa, Neli Vacheva, Akira Muranishi, Roberto Membrila, Jebin George, Eman Elshewy, Jonathan Leung, Henry Yan, Chris Pennell, Andrea Siviero