Worldwide software as a service (SaaS) revenue is forecast to reach $7.5 billion in 2009, a 17.7 percent increase from 2008 revenue of $6.4 billion, according to Gartner Inc.. The market will show consistent growth through 2013 when worldwide SaaS revenue will total more ...More
Across nearly every category of wireline data services, spending by U.S. businesses is falling in 2009, reports In-Stat. Overall, the market research firm expects a nearly 2 percent decline in U.S. business spending on wireline data services, which represents the first time ...More
Nokia and other traditional handset makers, step aside. Apple has taken over as the most profitable handset vendor in the world.That’s according to research firm Strategy Analytics, which this week said that Nokia has slipped into second place, due to the poor economy ...More
Is merger-and-acquisition mania beginning to grip our country again? Or maybe we’re just seeing some fire sales as the still-standing grab the fallen at reasonable prices. You be the judge. And I’ll address a great $900 million question I recently received.Q: ...More
November 2, 2009 By Steve HiltonPosted in Articles
The iPhone now not only tops J.D. Power’s smartphone customer satisfaction list for consumers – it’s the top choice for business too.The survey results, which came out this week, gave Apple a total of 803 points out of 1,000. BlackBerry was second with 724 ...More
There's a lot of big talk about big data, but how do you know if it's a big deal for your company? A first step is understanding the differences between conventional database technologies. Craig Galbraith explains in this video.