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Cloud Markets and Trends

3 Ways That Service Providers Are Changing the IT Market

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Cloud, hyperscale and digital service providers already account for 20% of IT infrastructure hardware spending, with 75% of that spending from the 8 largest hyperscalers alone. Add in colocation and managed services hosting providers, plus communications service providers, and by 2023 more than 60% of infrastructure hardware spend will come from the overall service provider segment.

While commercial end-users in other industries shift an increasing proportion of their budget to IT ‘as a service’, service providers will increasingly be the driver for IT vendor strategies and product development. From the outsize impact of hyperscalers, to the shifting focus of infrastructure and hosting providers, here are 3 ways in which these IT buyers are changing the IT market.

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IoT and the Edge

Why Wearables at Work are Increasing

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Earlier this summer, my friend’s daughter began a new job, her first one right out of college. Amidst all the usual starting-a-new-job hubbub of picking health insurance and setting up her direct deposit, she was also faced with getting her hardware – laptop, tablet, and smartphone – selected and set up. It’s a task many of us are usually faced with, and don’t spend too much time thinking about. However, not long after starting her job, she called me at work with a question:

“Ramon, which wearable should I get?”

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Cloud

The Opportunities Cloud Service Providers Should Pursue in 2020

The business of IT is changing. Service providers moving away from pure infrastructure services, digital transformation, and the advent of the cloud have all created a major shift in dynamics in the traditional supply chain.

The market is evolving, and many companies are offering cloud services now. So, where will the market go in the next two years, and what role will technology vendors play in the success of the opportunities this trend represents?

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Business Leadership & Strategy IoT and the Edge

How Use Cases Help Sell Digital

This post originally appeared on IDC’s UK Blog, and concentrates on European data. To see the original post, click here.

Digitally determined” organizations no longer ask if something is possible. They assume it is. Corporate leaders identify what they wish to achieve. Those goals are broken into use cases. The organization then works backward to determine what technologies are needed. IT suppliers need to be on board with these use cases. Many suppliers say they put customers first and that they work backward from business goals to create their products.

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IoT and the Edge

3 Consumer Survey Takeaways Impacting Connected & Automated Vehicles

For the second year, IDC surveyed more than 2,000 U.S. vehicle owners to learn more about how they prefer to buy, use, and pay for connected, automated, and next-generation vehicle technologies. IDC utilizes these surveys to help reinforce and realign the priorities of IDC’s Next-Generation Automotive Strategies’ research practice, as well as to assist automotive and technology suppliers, buyers, and manufacturers understand technology adoption and areas of focus.

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