Webinar: 2018 Trends in Software

Software is driving the digital economy. Combining insight across key areas of the software market, we look ahead at what we think will transform in 2018, using predictions from four of our Research Channels: Customer Experience & Commerce, Data Platforms & Analytics, Development, DevOps & ITOps and Workforce Productivity & Compliance.

Join 451 Research’s leading software analysts, Nick Patience, Sheryl Kingstone, Chris Marsh, Matt Aslett, and Carl Lehmann on February 7 for a live webinar as they review and discuss the trends expected to shape the software landscape and the level of impact those changes will have. Please come armed with questions, as there will be a live Q&A session at the end of the webinar.

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Webinar: 2018 Trends in Services

Not all enterprise workloads are moving to public cloud just yet, but difficulties in managing workloads and data in multiple locations – e.g., on premises, in public cloud, hosted – create opportunity for the right providers. Hosting and managed service providers as well as datacenter providers are benefiting, and the overall industry will continue to grow from the bottom to the top of the stack. However, consolidation will continue as firms seek to gain scale and skills.

Join Kelly Morgan, Research Vice President for Services, and Penny Jones, Principal Analyst, as they uncover what service providers will need to change in order to gain a competitive advantage in 2018, and what the sources of demand for multi-tenant datacenters will be in the coming year.

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2018 Tech M&A Outlook

After accurately forecasting a slowdown in tech M&A last year, senior investment bankers are expecting a rebound in dealmaking in 2018. As they looked at their current pipeline for the coming year, nearly seven out of 10 respondents (69%) to the annual 451 Research Tech Banking Outlook Survey said it is fuller now than it was a year ago, on a dollar basis. The outlook for 2018 is more in line with typical forecasts than last year's survey, when a post-recession low of just half of the bankers indicated fuller pipelines.

To help you navigate this changing M&A landscape, join Brenon Daly, 451 Research’s Director of Financials, for a look ahead to activity in 2018. Drawing on data and insight from across 451 Research, our annual Tech M&A Outlook webinar will highlight specific trends in key enterprise IT markets – including information security, software, mobility and IoT -- that will shape dealflow and valuations in the coming year. Reserve your spot!

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Webinar: Finding Success in Tech Careers: Understanding Where Gender Viewpoints Diverge

As part of an ongoing partnership, WITI (Women in Technology International) and 451 Research have joined together to conduct a survey on how gender viewpoints differ in the workplace. The survey, conducted in June and July 2017 and completed by 1,901 respondents currently working in a science, technology, engineering or math (STEM)-related field, touched on a variety of topics to better understand what factors have helped shape employees’ careers and what challenges they face in the workplace. To better understand where gender might result in different points of view, the survey was fielded to both women and men.

Join 451 Research Vice President Melanie Posey for an interactive webinar as she walks through the key findings of the report.

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Webinar: 2017 M&A Leaders' Survey from 451 Research and Morrison & Foerster

Undeterred by the recent slowdown in M&A activity in 2017, tech acquirers have largely left their bullish forecast for dealmaking unchanged. For the third consecutive time, essentially half of the respondents to the semi-annual M&A Leaders' Survey from 451 Research and Morrison & Foerster indicated that they expected an acceleration in acquisition activity in the coming half-year. 

Join Brenon Daly, Research Director for Financials at 451 Research and Rob Townsend, Co-Chair of Global M&A Practice and Morrison & Foerster on December 13 for a lively discussion on where acquirers are looking to buy and what they expect to pay on those deals. Register for the webinar today!

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