451 Research's market-segment coverage is focused, organized and delivered through comprehensive Practice Areas available via subscription. For each Practice Area, subscribers receive topic-specific long-format reports focused on trends and key players, community survey data, adoption analysis and investment trends, as well as direct access to key analysts.
Current Practice Areas include:
CloudScape is an interdisciplinary research and advisory program providing detailed insight, advice and analysis targeting cloud practitioners. Insight is delivered via daily commentary, long format reports, analyst advisory services, events and webinars.
The Datacenter Technologies (DCT) practise is focused on the supply side of the datacenterincluding the many companies, large and small, that have created products to help companies build and manage advanced, resilient and energy-efficient datacenters.
The Eco-Efficient IT (ECO-IT) practice provides the IT marketplace as companies move beyond their traditional competencies and understand developments in energy supply, compliance, carbon trading and facilities management.
The Enterprise Security Practice (ESP) provides information and analysis focused on the latest developments in the area of enterprise IT security, and insight on both the established and up-and-coming technology firms in the security sector.
The Internet Infrastructure Services practice tracks the evolution of these markets with respect to factors affecting hosters and MSPs such as cloud computing.
The Infrastructure Computing for Enterprise (ICE) practice provides information, insight and analysis focused on infrastructure topics such as virtualization, grid and high-performance computing, application lifecycle management, performance management, service-level management and service-oriented architecture.
The Information Management (IM) practice provides research and advisory services focused on how information is managed, accessed, leveraged, archived, stored, protected and retained. It analyzes the industry’s progress toward effective information governance.
The Multi-Tenant Datacenter practice focuses on the global MTDC market with research covering critical metrics such as total capacity, utilization, and the ongoing supply and demand imbalance, segmented by key regional markets.