TBR in the Media

Inside Cisco: As hardware sales slump, emphasis on software grows

By PATRICK FILKINS, Technology Business Research....

Can these global integrators raise their game in the coming year?

TBR principal analyst and practice manager, Patrick Heffernan, published a report in October investigating at the state of play for four global integrators, Accenture, Atos, Capgemini and, of course, IBM, and looking at how they are likely to fare over the coming year or two.

Adobe, Microsoft 'go big' to transform customer experience, business processes

By SETH ULINSKI and ZACH RABEL, Technology Business Research.....

Adobe, Microsoft 'go big' to transform customer experience, business processes

By SETH ULINSKI and ZACH RABEL, Technology Business Research

Long-term stock exchange could help mitigate societal impact of tech's rapid change

If a Long-term Stock Exchange emerges as a reality, IBM could be a primary force, says Technology Business Research....

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If a Long-term Stock Exchange emerges as a reality, IBM could be a primary force, says Technology Business Research....

Microsoft and Adobe extend integration in CRM boost

According to Technology Business Research (TBR) analysts, Seth Ulinski and Zach Rabel, the integration deal represents the latest such move in a broader trend that sees enterprise technology vendors operating in high-growth and mature segments opt to integrate suites that are highly complementary, with very little overlap, if any.

Microsoft and Adobe extend integration in CRM boost

According to Technology Business Research (TBR) analysts, Seth Ulinski and Zach Rabel, the integration deal represents the latest such move in a broader trend that sees enterprise technology vendors operating in high-growth and mature segments opt to integrate suites that are highly complementary, with very little overlap, if any.

Is the Long-term Stock Exchange an idea whose time has come?

The impact is something TBR described in a recent commentary as an impending Digital Dust Bowl....

Is the Long-term Stock Exchange an idea whose time has come? Read more at http://wraltechwire.com/is

The impact is something TBR described in a recent commentary as an impending Digital Dust Bowl....

For Dell, IoT is more than innovation infrastructure

In the second of a two-part report, Technology Business Research Analyst examines the importance Internet of Things plays in its corporate strategy. He also reports that PCs remain essential to the company's future....

Automation forces software majors to go slow on hiring

“Low-cost hubs remain critical to vendors global delivery models especially in areas such as application services that require scale. However, development and adoption of analytics-enhanced service delivery and project management platforms signal vendors’ delivery future lies in cognitive-enabled automation not labour arbitrage,” said Boz Hristov, Professional Services Senior Analyst, Technology Business Research, Inc, US.

Dell uses IoT to tell its innovation infrastructure story

The IoT is the future to Dell. Ezra Gottheil of Technology Business Research explains how Dell Technologies is shaping its future around the Internet of Things....

http://wraltechwire.com/inside-intel-holding-off-competitors-gaining-strength-in-iot

Intel holds the line on processor average selling price in 3Q17, deflecting threats from competitors and 'good enough' computing while getting a boost from Internet of Things business, says Technology Business Research Analyst Daniel Callahan....

AT&T’s SDN transition curbs business service costs, but legacy declines remain challenging

Steve Vachon, telecom analyst for Technology Business Research, agreed and added that the transition to SDN and NFV in the business segment could prompt competitors to follow a similar path.

“Consolidated operating margin increased 40 basis points to 16.1% in 3Q17 as AT&T is beginning to generate significant cost savings from its NFV/SDN initiatives," Vachon said in a research note. "AT&T expects it will have 55% of its network virtualized and software-controlled by the end of 2017, at which point the cost savings from transitioning to a software-mediated architecture will likely exceed that of additional investment, a milestone AT&T’s competitors will likely attempt to mimic when devising software-mediated strategies.”

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