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Top Reports from January 1 - March 16, 2020

Below is a summarized list of reports we have provided publicly since the start of Q1 2020. There is much more than the content below available in 451 Research's Dashboard. Log in or Apply for Trial access to browse all 451 content.

Applied Infrastructure & DevOps Research

Enterprise Network Automation Gets Competitive

Cloud & Managed Services Research
Cloud Trends in 2020: The Year of Complexity, and its Management
Access to Talent Driving Managed Services Opportunity
How to Navigate 451's Cloud-Native Research in 2020
The Old Managed Service and the Sea: Cloud Economics Trends in 2020

Customer Experience & Commerce Research
Digital Wallet Adoption: a Merchant and Consumer Perspective

Data, AI & Analytics Research
The Importance of Cloud-based AI Platforms for Enterprise AI
451 Perspective: Continuous Intelligence Emerges as Successor to Real-time Analytics

Datacenter Services & Infrastructure Research
Featured Data - United Arab Emirates: Leased Datacenter Market
The Trends Driving the Multi-Tenant Datacenter and Services Industry in 2020

Information Security Research
Perceptions Toward the Security Risk of Cloud are Shifting

Internet of Things Research
The Great Crew Change: A Demographic Time Bomb Driving Adoption of Industrial IoT, AR and AI
The Evolution and Complexity of the Games Industry Applied at the Edge and in the Cloud

Workforce Productivity & Collaboration Research
Coronavirus will Disrupt your Workforce: Ensure that you have the right Tooling Strategy for Remote Workers
Coronavirus will Disrupt your Workforce: Here are 10 Ways to Mitigate the Business Impact
 The 10 Workforce Productivity and Collaboration Trends You Need to Know in 2020

2020 Trends in IT   
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Featured Data - United Arab Emirates: Leased Datacenter Market

Lead analyst: Rahiel Nasir, Datacenter Services & Infrastructure Analyst

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Multi-tenant datacenter providers in the UAE’s retail colocation market are currently providing 305,000 square feet of powered floor space, with local telco Etisalat as the clear leader. According to Rahiel Nasir and data from 451 Research’s Datacenter KnowledgeBase, that market is expected to grow to about 350,000 square feet by the end of 2020. While retail colocation providers typically see incremental growth through smaller deals, demand across the UAE market is likely to remain at 50-60% in the coming years.

This report provides an overview of the competitive dynamics in the United Arab Emirates’ datacenter markets, a 451 Research Market Map of the competitors in the area, market share of the dominant providers, supply-demand and utilization trends, and discussion of planned multi-tenant datacenter builds. Log in to the Research Dashboard to read the full report or apply for trial access today.
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Is your AI Infrastructure Prepared to Meet Future Demands?

Written by: Senior Research Associate Jeremy Korn and Research Vice President Nick Patience

Many organizations are underprepared for the demands AI and machine learning applications will place on their infrastructure, but they are prepared to spend money to change that situation.

Those are just a couple of conclusions we can draw from our new Voice of the Enterprise: AI and Machine Learning Infrastructure 2019 survey. Almost half (45%) of enterprises indicate that their current AI infrastructure will not be able to meet future demands (see Figure 1), which prompts a few questions:

• Why is that?
• What do they propose to do about it?
• Are they prepared to spend money to fix the problem?

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Why is that?


Broadly speaking, data is the reason infrastructure needs to be overhauled to deliver AI at scale, with 89% of respondents in our survey saying they expect the volume of data in using the machine learning workloads to increase in the next year, and almost half projecting an increase of 25% or more. Much of that growth will come from unstructured data, since the most transformative use cases of AI and machine learning involve gaining insight from unstructured data, be it text, images, audio or video.

What do they propose to do about it?

Organizations understand that, for them to take advantage of AI at scale, it is not simply a case of scaling existing infrastructure. New infrastructure is needed to cope with the demands of machine learning workloads, including new scalable storage, dedicated accelerators and low-latency networks. These need to be deployed across a variety of execution venues.

Enterprises also express a variety of concerns about their AI infrastructures, from the security of these systems to the opacity of data management capabilities. Overhauling AI infrastructure demands more than just buying better hardware; it will require new tools and updates to architectural paradigms.

Are they prepared to spend money to fix the problem?

Yes, they are. Our survey shows that 83% of responding enterprises say they will expand AI infrastructure budgets next year, with 39% of those projecting an increase of 25% or more. Spending on cloud-based AI platforms will lead the charge, with 89% of respondents planning to increase spending on them in the next year.

Our Voice of the Enterprise: AI and Machine Learning Infrastructure 2019 survey contains a lot more data on subjects such as spending decision-makers, the specific points in the machine learning process that put strain on infrastructure, the types of AI-specific infrastructure components organizations are looking to buy, the areas in which skill shortages are most acute, and how often and where machine learning models are trained and deployed.

For more insight, check out this free Market Insight report.

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Featured Data: VotE Survey Results Indicate that Automation Investment is on the Rise

Contributed by Principal Analyst Carl Lehmann

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According to our latest Voice of the Enterprise – Digital Pulse: Budgets & Outlook survey data, 58% of respondents indicated that their current IT environments are either highly or mostly reliant on manual processes. As these businesses move toward digital transformation, these organizations need to be able to tackle new IT projects that will allow them to adapt to digital disruption, adopt new technologies, and meet new business objectives. Automation is a key tool that can allow IT teams to refocus their time on these new projects. Thus, it is sensible that 75% of VotE respondents indicated they expect to increase their automation investment in the next 12 months.

I see this trend as a key driver for digital business and the future of hybrid IT as businesses transform for the future. This will be an important element as I collect my insights for my presentation – “Automation Effectiveness – Are You Prepared to Compete for the Future?” – at this coming September. Register today to get the insights you will need as you navigate the digital revolution.
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451 Research Shines as a “Go To” Analyst Firm as We Start our 20th Year

Over the past 19 years, 451 Research has worked hard to deliver unique and impactful insight and data about innovation in the technology industry, and we are thankful for the recognition that our clients give us. However, it is always special when your work is recognized by the tech industry and the analyst relations community more broadly. In just the past year, 451 Research and our analysts have been acknowledged as “highly valued” by three different analyst relations communities – further cementing our reputation as one of the technology industry’s premier firms.

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