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製造業IT的未來 - 美國和歐洲

The Future of IT in the Manufacturing Industry - United States and Europe

出版商 Frost & Sullivan 商品編碼 310256
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 69 Pages
商品交期: 最快1-2個工作天內
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製造業IT的未來 - 美國和歐洲 The Future of IT in the Manufacturing Industry - United States and Europe
出版日期: 2014年08月05日 內容資訊: 英文 69 Pages
簡介

概括而言,製造業的企業都是許多企業通訊技術的熱心用戶。尤其是消費者/業務用軟體、電話,整合通訊,行動裝置管理,M2M,TDM電話方面,他們都是頭號用戶。

本報告提供製造部門的IT目前使用概況 及未來的決策行動相關的系統性資訊。

第1章 調查目的·手法

第2章 摘要整理

第3章 對於製造業的一般性商務用應用的機會之想法

  • 對一般的商務用應用的機會之整體想法

第4章 製造業的IT投資影響要素

  • 對IT投資要素的重要性
  • 為達成業務目的活用IT的效果

第5章 製造業的現在/未來上IT的利用

  • IT的成長機會
  • IT,現在/未來的利用

第6章 製造業對IT影響要素的影響

  • 整體極為有效的應用程式
  • 技術筆記本
  • 知覺圖像

第7章 製造業的供應商關係的機會

  • 通訊基礎設施,現在/未來的利用

第8章 製造業的IT·雲端運算

  • 轉移到雲端的企業通訊解決方案目前比例
  • 雲端的轉變
  • 計劃雲端的轉變
  • 企業通訊解決方案轉換到雲端的比例預測

第9章 製造業的社群媒體策略

  • 引進社群媒體政策的外部/內部的社群媒體策略
  • 引進客戶所面臨的社群媒體策略
  • 引進員工配合的社群媒體策略

第10章 製造業的行動應用程式的發展

  • 行動應用程式的發展
  • 4G網路對追加行動應用程式發展的影響
  • 最高的行動軟體應用的設計
  • 現在/推薦的行動解決方案的策略性合作夥伴

第11章 製造業的網路安全

  • 資安管理服務供應商的外包
  • 網路安全技術的引進
  • 具有潛在性威脅的技術

第12章 製造業的行動設備

  • 企業發行的設備
  • 企業支援的行動OS
  • 可連接企業網路的個人設備(BYOD)
  • BYOD政策與實施

第13章 製造業針對IT的可利用IT預算

  • IT預算的整體情況

第14章 IT對的人力資源的影響

  • 勞工類型的分佈:各產業
  • 想法簡介:新的商務需求促使成本上升

第15章 簡介

第16章 附錄

第17章 關於Frost&Sullivan

目錄
Product Code: M9D2-01-00-00-00

An End User Perspective

The main research objective is to measure the current use and future decision making behaviour toward information technology (IT) within the manufacturing sector. Overall, companies from the manufacturing industry are avid users of many enterprise and communications technologies. They are the top users of consumer and business grade softphones, unified communications, mobile device management, machine-to-machine, and TDM phones out of the 5 key industries surveyed. As far as budget allocation is concerned, the greatest proportion of manufacturing companies' budgets is allocated to network security and customer care, because cyber-espionage and attracting and retaining customers are their greatest concerns.

Table of Contents

1. RESEARCH OBJECTIVES AND METHODOLOGY

  • 1. Research Objectives
  • 2. Methodology

2. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

  • 1. Executive Summary
  • 2. Executive Summary (continued)

3. ATTITUDES TOWARD GENERAL BUSINESS APPLICATIONS OPPORTUNITIES IN MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY

  • 1. Overall Attitudes toward General Business Applications Opportunities-Manufacturing Industry

4. INFLUENTIAL FACTORS ON IT INVESTMENTS IN THE MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY

  • 1. Importance of Factors on IT Investments-Manufacturing Industry
  • 2. Effectiveness at Utilizing IT to Achieve Business Objectives-Manufacturing Industry

5. CURRENT AND FUTURE USE OF IT IN MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY

  • 1. Growth Opportunities for IT-Manufacturing Industry
  • 2. IT, Current and Future Usage-Manufacturing Industry

6. IMPACT OF INFLUENTIAL FACTORS ON IT IN THE MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY

  • 1. Overall Highly Effective Apps-Manufacturing Industry
  • 2. Technical Note-Understanding Perceptual Maps
  • 3. Perceptual Map-IT and Influential Attributes: Manufacturing Industry
  • 4. Perceptual Map-IT and Influential Attributes: Manufacturing Industry (continued)

7. OPPORTUNITIES WITH VENDOR RELATIONSHIPS IN THE MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY

  • 1. Communications Infrastructure, Current and Future Usage-Manufacturing Industry

8. IT AND CLOUD COMPUTING IN THE MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY

  • 1. Current Percent of Enterprise Communications Solutions Already Moved to the Cloud-Manufacturing Industry
  • 2. IT Already Moved to the Cloud-Manufacturing Industry
  • 3. Plans to Move IT to the Cloud-Manufacturing Industry
  • 4. Expected Percent of Enterprise Communication Solutions Migration to the Cloud-Manufacturing Industry

9. SOCIAL MEDIA STRATEGIES IN THE MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY

  • 1. External and Internal Social Media Strategies for Social Media Policy Implementation-Manufacturing Industry
  • 2. Implementation of Customer-Facing Social Media Strategies-Manufacturing Industry
  • 3. Implementation of Internal Employee Collaboration Social Media Strategies-Manufacturing Industry

10. DEPLOYMENT OF MOBILE APPS IN MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY

  • 1. Deployment of Mobile Apps-Manufacturing Industry
  • 2. Impact of 4G Network on Deployment of Additional Mobile Apps-Manufacturing Industry
  • 3. Best Mobile Software Application Designs-Manufacturing Industry
  • 4. Current and Preferred Strategic Partners for Mobile Solutions-Manufacturing Industry

11. NETWORK SECURITY IN THE MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY

  • 1. Outsourcing to Managed Security Service Providers-Manufacturing Industry
  • 2. Implementation of Network Security Technologies-Manufacturing Industry
  • 3. Potentially Threatening Technologies-Manufacturing Industry

12. MOBILE DEVICES IN THE MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY

  • 1. Company Issued Devices-Manufacturing Industry
  • 2. Company Supported Mobile Operating Systems-Manufacturing Industry
  • 3. Personal Devices Allowed to Connect to Company Network (Bring Your Own Device)-Manufacturing Industry
  • 4. BYOD Policy and Enforcement-Manufacturing Industry

13. AVAILABLE IT BUDGETS FOR IT IN THE MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY

  • 1. The Big Picture of IT Budgets

14. IMPACT OF THE WORKFORCE ON IT

  • 1. Distribution of Worker Types by Industry
  • 2. Attitude Profile-Supporting New Business Needs is Driving Up Costs

15. PROFILE

  • 1. Companies' and Respondents' Geographic Reach-Manufacturing Industry
  • 2. Country of Residence and Years in IT-Manufacturing Industry
  • 3. IT Decision Making Role and Job Title-Manufacturing Industry
  • 4. Legal Disclaimer

16. APPENDIX

  • 1. Potential Growth Rate Details of IT-Manufacturing Industry
  • 2. Potential Growth Rate Details of Opportunities with Vendor Relationships-Manufacturing Industry

17. THE FROST & SULLIVAN STORY

  • 1. The Frost & Sullivan Story
  • 2. Value Proposition-Future of Your Company & Career
  • 3. Global Perspective
  • 4. Industry Convergence
  • 5. 360° Research Perspective
  • 6. Implementation Excellence
  • 7. Our Blue Ocean Strategy
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