In-demand Research Reports on ICT Priorities in Various Sectors by Kable Now Available at MarketPublishers.com

Market Publishers Ltd announces that in-demand research reports on ICT budget allocation priorities worked out by Kable have been added to its catalogue.

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London, UK (PRWEB) January 15, 2014

Market Publishers Ltd announces that in-demand research reports on ICT budget allocation priorities worked out by Kable have been added to its catalogue.

ICT Priorities in Manufacturing - Enterprise ICT investment plans. Manufacturers worldwide tend to focus on improving privacy/security in order to address issues associated with malware and cyber attacks effectively. Almost 90% of manufacturers currently use BI tools, and over 80% intend to make investments in the field in the next two years. Manufacturers’ demand for such technologies as ERP, BPM and PLM is also expected to be on an upward trend in the next couple of years. Other ICT trends include the expanding availability of multipurpose devices, rising acceptance of BYOD and cloud computing models, and the increasing adoption of tablet computing. The report provides a comprehensive guide to the manufacturers’ ICT investment priorities, describes the main technologies manufacturers worldwide are investing in, and also discusses how manufacturers tend to change their ICT budget allocations across different segments within a technology category.

ICT Priorities in Energy - Enterprise ICT investment plans. In the midst of the uncertain economic situation and intensifying competition, energy companies across the globe are placing greater emphasis on deploying enterprise applications. In order to optimize performance and gain efficiency, these companies are moving step by step to the cloud environment. Nevertheless, certain regulatory and legal compliance issues still exist. Over 90% of the energy companies tend to invest in IT systems management and this trend is likely to continue through 2014. Around 92% of the energy firms have recently deployed some forms of green IT solution aimed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions; this domain is expected to attract investments in the forthcoming year. The research study presents a holistic view of the ICT investment priorities in the global energy sector. It sheds light on the key factors driving the investment decisions, highlights the key ICT investment trends, and also outlines possible future changes in the field.

ICT Priorities in Government - Enterprise ICT investment plans. At present, government institutions tend to make substantial investments in core technologies, namely, IT systems management, enterprises applications and security. Meanwhile, the adoption of advanced technologies in the areas of cloud computing and mobility is also gathering pace amid government institutions, driven considerably by the advantages such as improved operational efficiency and productivity, reduced IT infrastructure and operational costs, and enhanced scalability. Security is regarded as the highest priority. Currently, the content management is emerging as an increasingly challenging task faced by government institutions, given rapidly expanding data volumes. The research study examines various government institutions’ major strategic objectives regarding their ICT investments, identifies their ICT investment priorities basing on budget allocations across the key technology categories, investigates the factors influencing the investment decisions and also describes how the government institutions intend to change their ICT budget allocations in the upcoming years.

ICT Priorities in medium-sized enterprises - Enterprise ICT investment plans. Currently, the level of cloud computing penetration is relatively low amid the mid-sized enterprises. However, the area is likely to receive larger investments in the next 2 years. At present, the medium-sized enterprises are placing great emphasis on enterprise applications and increase investments in this area with the aim to automate and modernize their operations. Furthermore, the demand for financials, ERP, HR and CRM applications is on an upward trend. The report identifies and also provides a comprehensive analysis of the ICT investment priorities of the medium-sized enterprises, highlights the major factors influencing the investment decisions and also outlines future ICT investment trends.

ICT Priorities in Utilities - Enterprise ICT investment plans. Currently, the utilities tend to spend on core technologies as well as advanced technologies (including mobility and cloud) with the primary aims to stay competitive in the marketplace and improve privacy and security. Whilst, the utilities are investing substantial sums in IT systems management in order to counter the rising complexity of their ICT infrastructure, the necessity to rise business agility and, thus, enhance total operational performance is predicted to spur the demand for cloud computing and mobility technologies in the offing. The topical research study offers an all-round guide to the ICT investment priorities of utilities, describes the current and emerging ICT trends, examines the key factors having an essential role while taking investment decisions as well as identifies future possible changes in utilities’ budget allocation across the core technology categories.

More in-demand research studies by the publisher can be found at Kable page.