rssservices http://www.idc.com/rss/2809.do IDC RSS alerts 国内IT市場 LOB支出 産業分野別/企業規模別予測、2018年~2021年 http://www.idc.com/getdoc.jsp?containerId=JPJ42862018 <P>本調査レポートでは、国内IT市場におけるLOB部門によるIT支出について、職能機能別、産業分野別、および企業規模(従業員規模)別に分析を行った。産業分野や職務機能ごとにLOBのIT支出の成長率の差はあるが、今後もLOBによるIT投資は拡大する。「ITサプライヤーは、事業部や業務部門の現場のIT活用レベルを見極め、DXのゴール設定やKPI(Key Performance Indicator)の議論などを共に進める共創のアプローチを推進すべきである。これによって、LOB部門における変革の意識が醸成され、全社的なDXの推進を加速させることができる」と、IDC Japan ITスペンディンググループのシニアマーケットアナリストである岩本 直子は述べている。</P> Market Forecast Thu, 19 Apr 2018 04:00:00 GMT Naoko Iwamoto, Hitoshi Ichimura 2018年 国内インダストリークラウドディレクトリー http://www.idc.com/getdoc.jsp?containerId=JPJ42856518 <P>本調査レポートは、国内インダストリークラウド(IC)市場におけるプレイヤー(サービスプロバイダー:SP)の状況について、どのようなSPが存在するのか、あるいは各社の取り組みの動向について定性的にまとめたものである。</P><P>草創期にある国内IC市場において、ICサービスプロバイダーが、従来のITベンダーやITユーザーをベースとして、徐々に生まれつつある状況にある。国内IC市場で顕在化しているSPは、少なくとも現時点では、いずれもICによる収益規模の面では限定的である。各社の戦略を俯瞰すると、先進的SPの多くは短期的収益ではなく、産業特化データの収集/統合/分析を行う「プラットフォームとしての価値増加」にフォーカスする傾向が強い。</P><P>IDC Japan ITサービスのシニアマーケットアナリストである植村 卓弥は、「IC発展の重要な鍵となるアプリケーション層の発展のため、プラットフォーム提供型SPは、自社だけでなくパートナーによる支援サービス(プロフェッショナルサービス)を効果的に活用し、産業に蓄積した知見をプラットフォーム上で展開するアプリケーションプロバイダーを育成する必要がある」と述べている。</P> Market Perspective Wed, 18 Apr 2018 04:00:00 GMT Takuya Uemura 2018年 国内サービスベンダーにおける「共創」の取り組み http://www.idc.com/getdoc.jsp?containerId=JPJ42855018 <P>国内ITサービスベンダーは、デジタルプロジェクトのコンセプトの作成や目指す方向を策定するため、デザイン思考などをそのベースに置いた「共創」というアプローチをとるようになっている。本調査レポートは、こういったITサービスベンダーの共創に関する取り組みをまとめたものである。各ベンダーのプロフィールは、方法論、人材育成、共創の場/ファシリティの観点から記述している。IDC Japan リサーチバイスプレジデントである寄藤 幸治は、「多くのITサービスベンダーが共創という考え方を取り入れる中、各ベンダーは共創のアプローチやプロセスそのもので差別化を図ることを考えるべきである。そのためには、海外も含めた共創事例への容易なアクセスや追体験、方法論の改善、共創人材の強化などを、継続的に行っていくべきである」と述べている。</P> Market Perspective Wed, 18 Apr 2018 04:00:00 GMT Yukiharu Yorifuji IDC Market Glance: Copy Data Management, 2Q18 http://www.idc.com/getdoc.jsp?containerId=US43745318 <P>This IDC Market Glance defines copy data as any copy of a primary (production) file or database used for secondary purposes. We estimate that copy data will cost IT organizations $55.63 billion in 2020. This is an annual cost to IT for the hardware and software needed to store and manage copy data. Copy data management products can significantly reduce this cost by creating virtual, rather than physical, copies of the data. This IDC Market Glance explains copy data management, differentiates copy data management from mere management of data copies, and lists desirable product functionality. We also list vendors and how their solutions can be categorized and compared.</P> Market Presentation Wed, 18 Apr 2018 04:00:00 GMT Phil Goodwin IDC Research Identifies Key Learnings from 10 Early Adopters of Robotic Process Automation (RPA) in the Asia/Pacific Financial Services http://www.idc.com/getdoc.jsp?containerId=prAP43748018 Early Indicators Point to a Reduction of 50% - 90% in Turnaround Time Research Press Release Wed, 18 Apr 2018 04:00:00 GMT Cisco Live Melbourne 2018: The Intent-Based Datacenter Role in Driving a Successful Digital Transformation Journey http://www.idc.com/getdoc.jsp?containerId=AP43711418 <P>From March 6 to 9, Cisco Systems, Inc. held its Cisco Live 2018 in Melbourne, Australia, with the theme of "You're IT." The event has brought Cisco executives, engineers, customers, partners, analysts, and the press together to understand Cisco's technologies and the role Cisco is playing in assisting enterprise customers with their digital journeys. This IDC Market Note provides key highlights from the event as well as insights in the form of commentary and suggestions to help Cisco and its customers better understand the datacenter business within a broader market context.</P> Market Note Mon, 16 Apr 2018 04:00:00 GMT Cynthia Ho, Glen Duncan Lessons Learned from 20 Mobile Application Deployments http://www.idc.com/getdoc.jsp?containerId=US43726318 <P>This IDC Perspective provides feedback from Fortune 1000 organizations on the key lessons learned through deploying their mobile applications. Throughout 2017, IDC conducted in-depth telephone interviews with 20 different organizations across the world. Rather than develop mobile applications using internal application development and IT resources, each organization utilized a third-party services firm to develop a custom-made mobile application for their company. Through the course of the interviews, IDC sought to gain insight into the results of organizations' mobile application deployments and key lessons learned that they were weaving back into their management techniques for ongoing rollout of applications. The 20 interviews spanned 11 industries, namely, insurance, banking, media, entertainment, automotive, consumer products, government, high tech, aerospace, pharmaceuticals, and oil and gas, and nine countries, namely, the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, France, Norway, Italy, Australia, India, and Japan.</P><P>"Mobility has become further entrenched within the application portfolio, and organizations continue to roll out mobile applications to support their businesses at a rapid pace," says Pete Marston, research director, IDC's Application Development, Testing, and Management Services. "While organizations are becoming more mature with mobile, mastery in deployment continues to be elusive. As a result, they continue to refine capabilities through applying lessons learned to their delivery models to drive more operational efficiency and effectiveness."</P> IDC Perspective Mon, 16 Apr 2018 04:00:00 GMT Peter Marston Paper-Based Versus Digital Processes in Central and Eastern Europe, the Middle East, and Africa Compared to Germany http://www.idc.com/getdoc.jsp?containerId=CEMA43704218 <P>This IDC Survey Spotlight reveals the current state of office process and workflow digitization in key geographies in Central and Eastern Europe, the Middle East, and Africa (CEMA) in comparison with Germany, as well as end-user expectations in 12 months' time.</P><P>"Do not underestimate the opportunity of digitizing office processes and document workflows in Central and Eastern Europe, the Middle East, and Africa, as key markets in the region have either already made significant steps toward digitization, or are planning to do so in the near term. This is evident from the high adoption rate of different technologies that allow organizations to become less dependent on paper-based processes." — Program Director Mitri Roufka, Imaging, Printing, and Document Solutions, IDC CEMA</P> IDC Survey Spotlight Wed, 11 Apr 2018 04:00:00 GMT Mitri Roufka Saudi Arabia Cloud, Hosted, Managed, and Outsourced Services 2016 Market Analysis and 2017–2021 Forecast http://www.idc.com/getdoc.jsp?containerId=CEMA42093417 <P>This IDC study presents analysis of the cloud, hosted, managed, and outsourcing services market in Saudi Arabia for 2016, and forecasts spending on these services through 2021. The study contains market size, vendor market shares, and forecasts for four functional market categories.</P><P>"Several transient changes are affecting various realms of the Saudi Arabian market. These changes are evident in the economic, cultural, and social spheres. Buying trends are changing, as are the priorities of customers. Value has come to the forefront, as budget constraints and cost cutting have become the norm. Driven by the need to reduce operational costs, improve operational efficiency, and get the best value for every dollar spent, service providers are expected to fine-tune their offerings to cater to changing customer requirements. Regulatory frameworks are also expected to be a little more flexible with respect to cloud and datacenter services, which will in turn increase competition as more players enter the market and push up their service benchmarks." — Senior Research Analyst Mufasir Yousuf, IDC Saudi Arabia.</P> Technology Segment Wed, 11 Apr 2018 04:00:00 GMT Mufasir Yousuf AWS re:Invent 2017 — Implications for Oil and Gas http://www.idc.com/getdoc.jsp?containerId=US43702918 <P>This IDC Perspective shares highlights of the 2017 Amazon Web Services (AWS) re:Invent conference held in Las Vegas. </P><P>"As oil and gas business models evolve, cloud services can help an oil and gas company accelerate its efforts to achieve information technology (IT) and operational technology (OT) convergence. Oil and gas companies can work toward IT/OT integration, which can provide an opportunity to collaborate and use data from both operations and business that can improve reliability and efficiencies while saving costs and better servicing their customers," said Chris Niven, research director, IDC Energy Insights.</P> IDC Perspective Tue, 10 Apr 2018 04:00:00 GMT Frank Gens, Chris Niven