Simon Robinson

Simon Robinson

Senior Vice President, Research - Voice of the Enterprise, Infrastructure | London, UK

Biography

Simon Robinson is responsible for 451 Research's Voice of the Enterprise (VotE) research offerings focused on infrastructure topics, including storage, servers, converged infrastructure and software-defined infrastructure. Simon's team delivers insight on these topics based on a research methodology that polls 451 Research's global panel of IT decision-makers on a quarterly basis, which helps customers make more informed decisions and understand the impact of the fast-changing nature of emerging infrastructure technology adoption.

Based in the UK, Simon joined 451 Research in 2000 and has played an instrumental role in developing the firm's storage and infrastructure research practice, as well as pioneering research efforts in areas such as hyper-convergence, flash-based storage and cloud storage.

Prior to joining 451 Research, Simon was a senior reporter and editor at UK tech publications house VNU, and also worked on the City Desk at the UK's Press Association. He has a degree in Economics.

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Recent Research from Simon Robinson

  • Voice of the Enterprise: Storage, Workloads and Key Projects - Quarterly Worldwide Crosstabs

    The Voice of the Enterprise: Storage, Workloads and Key Projects survey was conducted during the months of April and May 2017. The quarterly Excel Crosstab includes complete worldwide survey results, including key metrics and segmentations. The survey represents approximately 725 completed surveys and 17 hour-long interviews from pre-qualified IT decision-makers primarily based in North America, Europe and Asia. In addition to regular quarterly topics, this survey captures customer ratings of leading vendors before and after implementation. Markets covered include primary storage and backup and recovery. The survey also focuses on the adoption levels of various cloud storage technologies and services, and ascertains the impact of public cloud and SaaS strategies on enterprise storage infrastructures.

    Storage

  • Voice of the Enterprise: Storage, Workloads and Key Projects - Regional and Worldwide Crosstabs

    The Voice of the Enterprise: Storage, Workloads and Key Projects survey was conducted during the months of April and May 2017. The quarterly Excel Crosstab includes complete worldwide and regional survey results, including key metrics and segmentations. The survey represents approximately 725 completed surveys and 17 hour-long interviews from pre-qualified IT decision-makers primarily based in North America, Europe and Asia. In addition to regular quarterly topics, this survey captures customer ratings of leading vendors before and after implementation. Markets covered include primary storage and backup and recovery. The survey also focuses on the adoption levels of various cloud storage technologies and services, and ascertains the impact of public cloud and SaaS strategies on enterprise storage infrastructures.

    Storage

  • Voice of the Enterprise: Storage, Workloads and Key Projects - Quarterly PowerPoint Charts and Figures

    The Voice of the Enterprise: Storage, Workloads and Key Projects PowerPoint deck includes charts and figures from the results of our quarterly survey of approximately 725 pre-qualified IT decision-makers primarily based in North America, Europe and Asia. The survey was conducted during the months of April and May 2017. In addition to regular quarterly topics, this survey captures customer ratings of leading vendors before and after implementation. Markets covered include primary storage and backup and recovery. The survey also focuses on the adoption levels of various cloud storage technologies and services, and ascertains the impact of public cloud and SaaS strategies on enterprise storage infrastructures.

    Storage

  • Voice of the Enterprise: Storage, Workloads and Key Projects - Quarterly Survey Questionnaire

    The Voice of the Enterprise: Storage, Workloads and Key Projects survey was conducted during the months of April and May 2017. The questionnaire includes a complete copy of questions asked in the quarterly survey. The survey represents approximately 725 completed surveys and 17 hour-long interviews from pre-qualified IT decision-makers primarily based in North America, Europe and Asia. In addition to regular quarterly topics, this survey captures customer ratings of leading vendors before and after implementation. Markets covered include primary storage and backup and recovery. The survey also focuses on the adoption levels of various cloud storage technologies and services, and ascertains the impact of public cloud and SaaS strategies on enterprise storage infrastructures.

    Storage

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