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  • And the Golden Tombstone goes to...

    If you have a hard time thinking of a truly blockbuster tech deal last year, you're not alone. Even people who buy companies for a living struggled to single out any 2017 transaction. For the first time in more than a decade of giving out our Golden Tombstone award, we have a tie in voting by corporate acquirers for their most significant tech transaction of the previous year.

  • Amid slump, corporate acquirers give strongest M&A forecast since the recession

    Despite a lackluster year for tech M&A in 2017, corporate acquirers overwhelmingly forecast that their companies will be looking to shop again this year. More than six out of 10 respondents to our annual survey indicated that their firms would be more active with acquisitions in 2018. However, the company-specific outlook, which came from major acquirers across the tech landscape, is far more buoyant than their view of the broader M&A market for 2018.

  • Machine Learning Signals a New Analytics Era in Security

    Machine learning has security poised on the edge of a new era of analytics, with data-driven approaches promising to disrupt security processes while markedly improving detection, correction and harmony with business initiatives. Existing eras of prevention and operations find new energy by applying analytics to enhance their core capabilities.

    Information Security

  • Voice of the Enterprise: Information Security, Vendor Evaluations - Regional and Worldwide Crosstabs

    The Voice of the Enterprise: Information Security, Vendor Evaluations survey was conducted during September, October and November 2017. The quarterly Excel Crosstabs provide complete worldwide and regional survey results, including key metrics and segmentations. The survey represents approximately 300 completed questionnaires and approximately 57 individual conversations with leading-edge senior IT executives, providing a 'narrative' view of the market from pre-qualified IT decision-makers primarily based in North America, Europe and Asia. In addition to regular quarterly topics, this survey focuses on vendor evaluations of two information security toolsets used within enterprises.

    Information Security

  • Voice of the Enterprise: Information Security, Vendor Evaluations - Quarterly Worldwide Crosstabs

    The Voice of the Enterprise: Information Security, Vendor Evaluations survey was conducted during September, October and November 2017. The quarterly Excel Crosstabs provide complete worldwide survey results, including key metrics and segmentations. The survey represents approximately 300 completed questionnaires and approximately 57 individual conversations with leading-edge senior IT executives, providing a 'narrative' view of the market from pre-qualified IT decision-makers primarily based in North America, Europe and Asia. In addition to regular quarterly topics, this survey focuses on vendor evaluations of two information security toolsets used within enterprises.

    Information Security

  • Voice of the Enterprise: Information Security, Vendor Evaluations - Quarterly Survey Questionnaire

    The Voice of the Enterprise: Information Security, Vendor Evaluations survey was conducted during September, October and November 2017. The questionnaire includes a complete copy of questions asked in the quarterly survey. The survey represents approximately 300 completed questionnaires and approximately 57 individual conversations with leading-edge senior IT executives, providing a 'narrative' view of the market primarily based in North America, Europe and Asia. In addition to regular quarterly topics, this survey focuses on vendor evaluations of two information security toolsets used within enterprises.

    Information Security

  • Voice of the Enterprise: Information Security, Vendor Evaluations - Quarterly PowerPoint Charts and Figures

    The Voice of the Enterprise: Information Security, Vendor Evaluations PowerPoint deck includes charts and figures from the results of our quarterly survey of approximately 300 pre-qualified IT decision-makers primarily based in North America, Europe and Asia. The survey was conducted during September, October and November 2017. In addition to regular quarterly topics, this survey focuses on vendor evaluations of two information security toolsets used within enterprises.

    Information Security

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