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Cyber Security Trends – Market Dynamics – NGFW Vendors – PANW, FTNT, CHKP, CSCO

12.20.18 Cyber Security Trends – Market Dynamics – NGFW Vendors – PANW, FTNT, CHKP, CSCO As you know, Sales Pulse Research has had an ongoing effort to watch the market closely to understand how the move of workloads to the cloud is impacting IT spending on infrastructure and on security. In this note, we explore the current state of this transition, the impact we currently see and the impact we expect on leaders in the [...]

December 26th, 2018|

BI:Analytics:Big Data – Successful POCs in 2018 to Fuel Growth in 2019

12.4.18 BI:Analytics:Big Data – Successful POCs in 2018 to Fuel Growth in 2019Machine Learning and AI have been driving interest and a vast number of POCs (Proof of Concepts) have been completed in 2018. Systems Integrators have reported a high degree of success with these PoCs because of advances in tools and because results have demonstrated strong ROIs. As a result of this activity, SIs are expecting accelerated growth in 2019.• Field contacts indicate that [...]

December 26th, 2018|

Sales Pulse Research Technology Spending Survey March 2018

Want to add your two cents to Sales Pulse’s next technology spending report? You can by filling our out Technology Spending Survey. We are looking for senior sales, SE or management professionals with a current knowledge of competitive dynamics in one of the following areas: network infrastructure, cloud services, security, UC, mobility, telecom, virtualization, or storage. If that sounds like you – check out the survey. https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/GXFKJNK Participants have access to Sales Pulse analysts, at no charge, for [...]

June 28th, 2018|

Trend for IT Spending in Tech Industry

In Q4 2014 we completed two surveys that provided input on various IT segments and companies. In most cases views have not changed significantly but we find it valuable to continually survey the industry to catch incremental changes and confirm higher conviction in our analysis. As always, we take less value from the statistics that result from our survey and recognize more value in the clues provided and the comments, anecdotes and follow up research that helps us understand industry and company dynamics and [...]

June 28th, 2018|

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