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451 Research News & Analysis

451 Research's Scoop on Enterprise File Sync and Share

Surprise.

That’s what you’ll find in 451 Research’s latest survey on the Enterprise File Sync and Share (EFSS) market.

“The research presented in this and subsequent reports will be divisive -- welcomed and indeed lauded by some, but very uncomfortable reading for others,” writes analyst Alan Pelz-Sharpe, author of the study. 

In a 'Troubled' WCM Sector, Analysts See 3 Innovators

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Fireworks may explode in the night sky as the US celebrates the Fourth of July weekend, but things are much quieter in the web content management market.

The frenetic pace of nine-figure WCM acquisitions of the past four years ended before Christmas, and the once-deep river of venture capital funding for fledgling players ran dry long ago.

Market shifts and technology trends -- the somewhat surprising strength of mobile, the stampede to Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), a growing infatuation with digital marketing -- were missed by many players, leaving the field "fragmented" and "troubled," according to fresh research by Matt Mullen and Alan Pelz-Sharpe at 451 Research.

Social Business Yet to Prove its Worth, Report Finds

Social Business Yet to Prove its Worth, Report Finds

Companies hire people to work, not to be social. That’s just one of the problems social business tools face despite the fact the US$ 2 billion industry is still growing at a decent clip, a 451 Research report found.

Report: IT Focused on Internal Clouds, Skeptical About Public Cloud Savings

While clouds are on every enterprise’s horizon, they’re mostly internal clouds. That’s a key finding in an annual study conducted by 451 Research about the state of cloud computing for businesses. 

From Dwelling in Darkness to Prosumer Delight: ECM Technologies Come Alive in 2013

Some say that Enterprise Content Management (ECM) systems are at their best when they are boring.

I respectfully disagree.

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