Many vendors are developing their product portfolio to include on-premises, hybrid, and fully hosted options. Explore how contact centers are actively upgrading cloud-based solutions from traditional on-premises infrastructure, as this research spans across six application segments.
This industry is growing rapidly due to digital transformation initiatives implemented by the government and increasing data center adoption by small, medium, and large enterprises. What are the driving and restraining factors that will shape this industry in Thailand?
What key factors will influence the direction of this sector? Which security services will grow the fastest - traditional or emerging? What would the adoption of MSS across industry verticals and different types of companies look like? What opportunities can MSS providers explore in 2020?
While the title of this article suggests that uncertainty is not a constant, it actually is. But to truly understand the role of innovation, we must first acknowledge that some moments are more uncertain than others: 2020 has clearly demonstrated that reality.
So what is the role of innovation today? How do we remain focused on innovation when times are tough? Should you even try? To tackle these questions, the last one must be addressed first.
Should innovation even be a priority now?
It is incredibly hard to grow, even during good times. Companies struggle with new product success, illustrated by a 95% fail rate. Lack of growth is the No. 1 reason why CEOs are dismissed. Innovation is at the tip of the spear if we consider growth to be a serious and hopefully obvious goal of any company. Innovative employees are a corporation’s equivalent of Navy Seals: precision experts with a mission target and a clear plan for how to execute that mission. Tough times are the perfect catalyst when innovation must be accelerated, given that competitors both known and unknown may be taking their proverbial foot off the gas pedal. During every major economic downturn, Nike doubled down on its R&D investment with great success, strengthening the business and shoring up core markets. The company recognized a growth opportunity and acted, using its innovation culture as the mechanism to move swiftly.
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Threat Intelligence Platforms (TIPs) enable organizations to navigate the ever-growing threat landscape and operationalize threat data. This Frost Radar presents a competitive profile of the top participants in the global TIP segment and analyzes their prospects.
Regular automated monitoring of the deep and dark web, social media sites, and other digital channels to identify and shut down website clones is one of the best ways to protect your customers from phishing campaigns that steal customer login credentials. This informative research analyzes the growth potential of the European digital risk protection sector.
Based on its recent analysis of the MEASA network security provider sector, Frost & Sullivan recognizes Fortinet, a global leader in broad, integrated and automated cybersecurity solutions, with the 2020 KSA Company of the Year Award for leading the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in addressing digital innovation-related network security challenges. The expanding ecosystem of Internet of Things (IoT) devices, segmented networks, multi-cloud environments, and distributed data centers has multiplied the number of vulnerabilities in networks. Fortinet has addressed this challenge by pioneering cross-environment interoperability, regardless of where the security solutions are deployed.
Frost & Sullivan’s recent analysis, Global Managed Detection and Response Market, Forecast to 2024, forecasts that the increasing number of sophisticated cyber threats will lead to a rise in demand for Managed Detection and Response (MDR) solutions from small and medium businesses. The market size is poised to grow at a CAGR of 16.4% between 2019 and 2024, with revenues expected to reach $1.9 billion.
Frost & Sullivan’s recent analysis, Growth Opportunities in the European Hosted IP Telephony and UCaaS Market, Forecast to 2026, finds that the European hosted Internet Protocol (IP) telephony and Unified Communications-as-a-Service (UCaaS) market will experience slower-than-anticipated growth in terms of both users and revenue in 2020 and 2021 due to churn in the installed base and reduced new user acquisitions.Read more