Worldwide SMB Business File Synchronization and Sharing 2014-2018 Forecast: An Opportunity for Partners to Become Trusted Advisors
|出版日期||內容資訊||英文 16 Pages
|全球中小企業的商務文件同步、共享市場:預測 Worldwide SMB Business File Synchronization and Sharing 2014-2018 Forecast: An Opportunity for Partners to Become Trusted Advisors|
|出版日期: 2014年12月16日||內容資訊: 英文 16 Pages||
This IDC study provides a high-level, comprehensive forecast for business file sync and share revenue generated for worldwide small and midsize businesses. It contains 2011-2013 actual data and 2014-2018 forecasts. This forecast does not include revenue from consumer-facing FSS services, and it does not account for the volume of unsanctioned free services utilized by individual workers. On an aggregate level, the data is segmented by each SMB segment: microbusiness (less than 10 employees), small business (10-99 employees), and midsize or medium-sized business (100-999 employees).
"IDC believes that business file synchronization and sharing (FSS) uptake is an indicator of early cloud maturity. These customers that are willing to pay for file sharing are more likely to be growth companies and also have a higher propensity to adopt a broader set of cloud services," says Christopher Chute, research vice president, IDC's Global SMB Cloud and Mobility practice. "Furthermore, mobility will continue to be a driver for FSS adoption, and IDC is predicting that midmarket will be a key enterprise mobility management (EMM) market customer segment, given the adoption ease associated with cloud delivery and the large total available market."