rssservices IDC RSS alerts rssservices <P>This IDC MarketScape assesses the capabilities and strategies of professional service vendors that work alongside their mining customers to optimise operational processes across the entire mining value chain by crossing siloes and creating organisational value. Vendors do this by assisting in the development of strategic technology road maps and implementation of data-driven technologies, such as automation, artificial intelligence, streamlined operational processes, cloud, and analytics platforms.</P><P>"As digital transformation becomes an increasingly important focus for mining companies, particularly the integration of IT and operational technology (OT) systems, mining companies are seeking the support of IT and digital-led IT services and professional services companies in the optimisation and transformation of their operational processes," says Emilie Ditton, associate VP, IDC Energy and Manufacturing Insights. "This market has developed significantly in the two years since IDC last completed this IDC MarketScape, and it will continue to do so as mining companies become more able to take advantage of IT, digital, and data-related services applied within operational value chains and processes," says Ditton.</P> IDC MarketScape Thu, 22 Oct 2020 04:00:00 GMT Benjamin Kirkwood, Emilie Ditton rssservices <P>This IDC Vendor Profile explores the relevancy and timeliness of Infosys Live Enterprise (LE) services offering to enable customers to identify gaps in their current infrastructure and restructure their technology deployments as they navigate the unknown and constantly evolving internal and customer business impacts due to COVID-19. This offering is built with the aim to establish an operationally resilient organization and achieve a state of preparedness to deal with unknown political developments, natural disasters, and other business-related developments with the intent to minimize their impact to business.</P> Vendor Profile Thu, 22 Oct 2020 04:00:00 GMT Mukesh Dialani rssservices <P>本調査レポートは、国内標的型サイバー攻撃対策ソリューション市場を標的型サイバー攻撃向け特化型脅威対策(STAP)製品市場とセキュリティ情報/イベント管理(SIEM)製品市場、脅威インテリジェンスセキュリティサービス(TISS)市場の3つに分け、それぞれの2019年のベンダーシェアを提供している。</P><P>EU(欧州連合)の一般データ保護規則(GDPR:General Data Protection Regulation)や米国カリフォルニア州消費者プライバシー法(CCPA:California Consumer Privacy Act)などの海外のプライバシー法と2020年6月に成立した改正個人情報保護法、そして米国政府調達における管理すべき重要情報(CUI:Controlled Unclassified Information)の保護に対する政府以外の企業や組織に適用されるセキュリティ対策基準「NIST SP800-171」へのサイバーセキュリティ対策として国内STAP市場へのニーズが高まる傾向にあるとIDCは考える。セキュリティ製品サプライヤーは、新たな脅威への対策をテクノロジーの提供だけでなく、効果的なソリューションを効率よく運用できるような自動化機能を持った製品/サービスのアプローチが自律したセキュリティ運用に不可欠である。「API(Application Programming Interface)や標準プロトコルを利用した製品間連携の実現と、脅威インテリジェンスとSIEMによる相関分析を活用した機械学習やプレイブックによる自動化ソリューションの提供が、止むことのないサイバー攻撃への持続可能なセキュリティ対策となる」とIDC Japan ソフトウェア&セキュリティのリサーチマネージャーである赤間 健一は述べている。</P> Market Share Thu, 22 Oct 2020 04:00:00 GMT Kenichi Akama rssservices <P>This IDC Market Perspective examines the managed print and content services market pre-, mid-, and post-pandemic, highlighting the rapidly changing market dynamics that provide opportunities and pose challenges for managed print and content services (MPCS) vendors.</P><P>"The managed print and content services market is moving rapidly from a 2nd Platform (hardware-based) to a 3rd Platform technology play," said Jacqui Hendriks, associate research director, European Managed Print and Content Services. "Embrace not only cloud, mobile, and Big Data but also leverage the power of artificial intelligence, robotic process automation, machine learning, natural language processing, among other technologies. When deployed correctly, this enables the intelligent capture and content management market to provide organizations with rich business intelligence to optimize operations, drive growth, and enhance the customer experience." </P> Market Perspective Wed, 21 Oct 2020 04:00:00 GMT Jacqui Hendriks rssservices <P>This IDC Market Note provides insight into the datacenter infrastructure supply chain and production environment, showing where constraints currently exist in the broader ecosystem as of the end of September 2020.</P> Market Note Tue, 20 Oct 2020 04:00:00 GMT Sebastian Lagana, Leon Kao, Kuba Stolarski rssservices <P>As the focus on connected technologies and their effect on industrial productivity increases, organizations will look at investments allowing them to decipher the operational data their manufacturing assets will produce. The China government's rollout of several initiatives and policy reforms, along with their incentives, has also allowed manufacturers to invest in digitalization strategies with a core focus on industry IoT. </P><P>"In the past few years, vendors with IIoT capabilities have grown tremendously, especially as organizations consider leveraging enterprise data to help identify process gaps and solutions bridging them. Alongside this, the same data can also create new and viable options for revenue sustenance," says Sampath Kumar Venkataswamy, research manager, IDC Asia/Pacific Manufacturing Insights.</P> IDC Perspective Mon, 19 Oct 2020 04:00:00 GMT Sampath Kumar Venkataswamy, Sahadev Kadri Ananda rssservices <P>This IDC Market Share study derives from information collected from hardcopy manufacturers and other print services providers, IDC primary research, and publicly available information. This IDC document provides Central and Eastern European managed print and document services and basic print services market share data for calendar years 2018 and 2019. Apart from the assessment and analysis of the pre-COVID-19 market situation, the document also guides the reader through the specifics of the new pandemic-affected environment and provides relevant advice.</P><P>"In 2020–2021, the CEE print service market will be affected by dynamic changes to the work habits and working environments of millions of people throughout the region and across multiple verticals. These changes represent an inevitable challenge for print service providers, as well as a tremendous opportunity to innovate and grow. Market players' abilities to adapt to the new norm of hybrid (home/office) and increasingly digital work settings and to emphasize cost-effectiveness will be the main success differentiators" — Senior Research Analyst Zuzana Babicka, IDC CEMA </P> Market Share Sun, 18 Oct 2020 04:00:00 GMT Zuzana Babicka rssservices <P>This IDC Survey explores foreseen challenges, current priorities, and responsibilities of chief financial officers (CFOs) and other finance executives including chief procurement officers, chief operating officers, treasurers, controllers, SVP/VP finance, SVP/VP procurement, director of finance, and director of procurement. It also highlights critical metrics for understanding the health of finance operations, the status of digital initiatives, and the adoption for finance and accounting operations and platform preferences (own IT software/platform versus provider's platform/SaaS application) by finance function (order to cash, procure to pay, etc.). </P><P>This IDC Survey includes data from IDC's 3Q19 <I>Finance and Accounting Digital Business Operations Buyer Survey</I>. Respondents were from companies of 1,000+ employees and a range of industries. Respondents had to have a strong understanding of business process outsourcing and how it pertains to their organization's business and also be a business process outsourcing services decision maker or responsible for managing the service provider that is providing the services.</P> IDC Survey Thu, 15 Oct 2020 04:00:00 GMT Alison Close rssservices <P>This IDC study provides IDC's digital transformation (DX) use case taxonomy for higher education. This taxonomy is organized by six strategic priorities, which are common in priorities in college and university settings around the globe — lifelong student engagement, optimized student health, faculty empowerment, next-gen administration, funding and partnership enhancement, and campus of the future. The study also provides a guide to an institution's digital transformation journey, describing what is possible and areas of high-technology impact so that institutions can take a strategic approach to IT investment aligned with institutional objectives. </P><P>"To continue to be relevant to society and to students, all institutions need to transform their academic, research, administrative, and campus capabilities using digital technologies," says Ruthbea Yesner, VP, Government Insights and Education at IDC. "No part of the institution is untouched by digital transformation, although some areas demand attention given the current global environment, while others may be a few short years into the future."</P> Taxonomy Thu, 15 Oct 2020 04:00:00 GMT Ruthbea Yesner, Gerald Wang, Jan Alexa rssservices <P>This IDC Market Note looks at how Danish software provider EveryonePrint has already integrated its recent acquisition — One Q — and how it is building capabilities to compete more keenly and comprehensively in the cloud and on-premises print spaces.</P> Market Note Wed, 14 Oct 2020 04:00:00 GMT Sharon McNee