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Enterprise Decision Maker

Ovum Decision Matrix: Selecting a Software-based Data Availability and Protection Solution for the Cloud Era, 2019–20

By Roy Illsley 10 Dec 2018

Ovum research found the average percentage of the IT management budget spent on data protection is 17%. This level of investment seems high for most organizations, but when Ovum investigated where the is being directed, the reason becomes clear.

Service Provider Technology, Enterprise Decis...

Ovum Decision Matrix: Selecting a Network Analytics Solution for a Telco, 2018–19

By Adaora Okeleke 21 Dec 2018

To remain profitable, communications service providers (CSPs) must deliver optimal experiences to their customers and run cost-efficient operations. How CSPs manage their network infrastructure and associated operations will determine how quickly they achieve these objectives.

Enterprise Decision Maker

Ovum Decision Matrix: Selecting a Robotic Process Automation (RPA) Platform, 2018–19

11 Dec 2018

RPA platforms represent a growth market, with enterprises investing in new RPA platforms for process and task automation to achieve greater operating efficiency and agility, while allowing the human workforce to focus on more-strategic and higher-priority projects/tasks.

Enterprise Technology IT, Enterprise Decision...

Ovum Decision Matrix: Selecting an Intelligent Virtual Assistant Solution, 2020–21

17 Dec 2019

In the past half-decade, the intelligent virtual assistant market has become transformed by the impact of artificial intelligence (AI). There is no leading player in the market that doesn’t have some AI-related capability driving their solution.

Enterprise Services, Enterprise Decision Make...

Ovum Decision Matrix: Selecting a Managed Security Services Provider, the Americas, 2018–19

By Mike Sapien 20 Nov 2018

IT security must be top of mind at every midmarket and large enterprise on the planet and at the senior management and board levels. High-profile attacks on well-known brands have highlighted the cost and reputational damage that can be inflicted by a security breach. Government organizations of all sizes have been subject to similar attacks. If these high-profile names don't have the resources and processes in place to respond quickly and limit the damage, what hope is there for lesser-known brands and organizations? Systems integrators, telcos, and managed security specialists think they have the answers.

Enterprise Services, Enterprise Decision Make...

Ovum Decision Matrix: Selecting a Managed Security Services Provider, EMEA, 2018–19

By Ian Brown 20 Nov 2018

Ovum’s latest Decision Matrix for the IT security market assesses 13 managed security service providers (MSSPs) active in the Europe, Middle East, and Africa markets. The ODM assesses MSSPs on more than 80 criteria to find the market leaders.

Enterprise Decision Maker

Ovum Decision Matrix: Selecting an Enterprise Mobile Application Development Platform, 2018–19

13 Apr 2018

The enterprise mobile application development platform (MADP) is now a well-established category of development tools but its makeup continues to evolve with the changing needs of enterprises.

Enterprise Verticals

Ovum Decision Matrix: Selecting a Digital Banking Platform, 2019

17 Jan 2019

This Ovum Decision Matrix provides a guide to the top digital banking platform providers, profiling the leading vendors and their platforms and positioning them based on their market impact and technology and execution capabilities.

Enterprise Technology IT, Enterprise Decision...

Ovum Decision Matrix: Selecting a Content Services Solution, 2019–20

By Sue Clarke 06 Aug 2019

The enterprise content management (ECM) market has evolved into content services, which provides a more enterprise-friendly way of selling content management solutions. Gone are the huge portfolios of separate, but tightly integrated technologies.