XP to form bulk of Microsoft licensing in 2002
According to the International Data Corporation, Windows XP sales will account for 67% of Microsoft`s worldwide client operating environment new licence shipments in 2002.
Cable modem market experiences growth surge
Worldwide cable modem subscriptions increased to 7.2 million during 2000, says the International Data Corporation.
Worldwide Internet services spending to triple, says IDC
The International Data Corporation (IDC) forecasts that worldwide Internet services spending will grow from $22 billion last year to $69 billion in 2005.
African telecoms opportunities on the rise
BMI-TechKnowledge believes there are increasing communications opportunities in Africa.
Management consultants dominate supply chain market
According to the International Data Corporation (IDC), large management consultants and systems integrators have a stronghold on the worldwide supply chain services market.
Egypt spearheads African telecoms reform, says BMI-T
According to BMI-TechKnowledge, Egypt is fast becoming a country that is leading the way in African telecommunications reform and liberalisation.
Rapid change equals solid growth for SA telecoms equipment market
The local telecommunications equipment market has experienced massive changes over the past year, resulting in positive, solid growth, says BMI-TechKnowledge.
BMI-T examines the business challenges facing Africa
BMI-TechKnowledge is investigating and quantifying the market for IT-related goods and services in the East African region, and will publish its study findings in October.
E-commerce will grow 70% by 2005, says IDC
Internet commerce will generate more than $5 trillion in revenue by 2005, up from $354 billion last year, says the International Data Corporation (IDC).
IT outsourcing market to surpass $100b, says IDC
The information systems (IS) outsourcing services market will surpass $100 billion in 2005, up from $56 billion last year, says the International Data Corporation (IDC).
Wireless opportunity opens to ASPs, says IDC
There is substantial opportunity for application service providers (ASPs) to enter the wireless market, believes the International Data Corporation (IDC).