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  • 4 November 2014

    Overview: Cloud-Enabling Technologies

    This report tracks and forecasts over a five-year period the size and growth of the rapidly evolving marketplace for on-premises cloud-enabling technologies (CET). Using a bottom-up approach, we track 127 vendors operating in four segments of the marketplace.

  • 6 October 2014

    Seagate rolls Xyratex, EVault into new cloud division

    Seagate is continuing its quest to branch out and become much more than a disk drive manufacturer, and is pinning its hopes on burgeoning cloud capacity and object storage.

  • 10 September 2014

    Datto doubles revenue and cloud-based capacity under management

    The company pulled in its first round of funding in 2013, and while it's too early to determine market-share leaders, the company is emerging as an upper-echelon player in cloud-based backup and disaster recovery for SMBs.

  • 7 August 2014

    CTERA pushes further into the CSP market with hybrid cloud storage

    Having focused on selling through channel partners, hybrid cloud storage vendor CTERA is ramping up its sales and marketing efforts across multiple regions. The company is confident that Asia will make a quantum leap in the next 12-18 months, driven by a strong pipeline in the communications service provider market.

  • 7 August 2014

    Cloud Computing Market Overview

    This is the latest overview report in the Market Monitor: Cloud Computing service. Here we examine the revenue generated by cloud service providers and technology vendors via cloud platforms - IaaS and PaaS - as well as IT management as a service (ITMaaS), online backup/recovery and cloud archiving.

  • 2 June 2014

    Carbonite adds appliances, joins hybrid cloud backup ranks

    As the company searches for a CEO successor to cofounder David Friend, it is racking up solid revenue growth and continuing to expand into the SMB market, which now accounts for 33% of revenue.

  • 14 May 2014

    Cloud Computing Market Overview

    This is the latest Overview report in the Market Monitor: Cloud Computing service. It examines the revenue generated by cloud service providers and technology vendors via cloud platforms - infrastructure as a service (IaaS) and platform as a service (PaaS) - as well as IT management as a service (ITMaaS), online backup/recovery, and cloud archiving. This report provides updated estimates and a five-year growth forecast for the cloud computing market, including vendor statistics and a breakdown of revenue by geography and vertical market.

  • 30 April 2014

    Cloud-Enabling Technologies Overview

    This is the latest in a series of reports on the rapidly evolving cloud-enabling technologies (CET) marketplace. Here we present estimates for the aggregate size of the overall market, categorizing vendors by revenue range, forecasting growth trends for the space, and highlighting the opportunities and threats facing these vendors.

  • 11 April 2014

    Backup to the Future: The Evolution of Data Protection

    Backup is broken, but a single technology won't fix it. Rather, it will be a combination of advances that alters the data-protection landscape to solve the backup-and-recovery problems that currently plague IT professionals. This report examines the technologies and techniques that could enable storage administrators to break the shackles of traditional backup/recovery methodologies and data-protection 'silos.'

  • 26 February 2014

    Tech M&A Outlook - 2014

    This report represents our comprehensive analysis of M&A activity in the various sectors of the IT industry covered by 451 Research analysts. We base our data on The 451 M&A KnowledgeBase of technology acquisitions. The outlook and specific predictions come primarily from ongoing and extensive research by our analysts, with additional information coming from our annual 451 Tech Banking Outlook Survey, which attracted responses from more than 130 senior bankers in December, as well as our annual 451 Corporate Development Outlook Survey, which attracted responses from more than 120 corporate development executives.