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The Radicati Group provides quantitative and qualitative research on email, security, instant messaging, social networking, information archiving, regulatory compliance, wireless technologies, web technologies, unified communications, and more. It delivers detailed worldwide market size, installed base and forecast information, as well as detailed country breakouts for all technology areas it covers.

The company works with corporate organizations to select the right products and technologies to meet their business needs, as well as with vendors to define the best strategic direction for their products. The Radicati Group also works with investment firms on a worldwide basis to identify and evaluate new investment opportunities.
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eDiscovery Market, 2014-2018

An in-depth analysis of the eDiscovery Market, including: Market Size, Revenue Market Share by Vendor, Four-Year Forecasts, Breakouts by Region, Detailed Market Analysis, and Information on Key Regulations.



Endpoint Security Market, 2014-2018

Endpoint Security solutions provide malware protection, web security, email security, firewall functionality, and other critical security functions across all enterprise endpoints including desktop computers, tablets, mobile devices, virtual desktops, servers and other devices.



eDiscovery – Market Quadrant 2014

This Radicati Market Quadrant provides a comparative view of key players in the eDiscovery market. The report includes: eDiscovery Market Quadrant for the following vendors: AccessData, Catalyst, EMC, Exterro, FTI Technology, Guidance Software, HP, kCura, KPMG, Kroll Ontrack, Recommind, Symantec, and UBIC.



Endpoint Security – Market Quadrant 2014

This Radicati Market Quadrant provides a competitive view of key players in the Endpoint Security market. The report includes: Endpoint Security Market Quadrant for the following key players: ESET, F-Secure, IBM, Kaspersky Lab, McAfee, Microsoft, Panda Security, Sophos, Symantec, ThreatTrack Security, Total Defense, Trend Micro, and Webroot.



News-By-Mail January 23rd, 2014 ~ January 29th, 2015


VMware announced an expanded agreement with Google to deliver greater enterprise access to public cloud services via VMware vCloud® Air™. www.vmware.com

Twitter started rolling out two new features: group messaging and a new mobile video experience. www.twitter.com

Rackspace announced support for Microsoft® SQL Server® 2014 In-Memory Online Transaction Processing (OLTP) and AlwaysOn Availability. www.rackspace.com


OpenText announced the release of Brava!TM Enterprise 7.2* for IBM Content Navigator, which includes role-based redaction to offer organizations the ability to assign different views of the same document to users based on their roles. www.opentext.com

Recommind announced the newest version of Axcelerate 5, its cloud-based eDiscovery platform, which brings total visibility into the time, cost and quality of document review. www.recommind.com


Amazon Web Services, an Amazon.com company, announced Amazon WorkMail, a secure, managed business email and calendaring service in the cloud. www.amazon.com

Apptix announced its participation in the Microsoft Cloud Solution Provider Program and the addition of Microsoft Office 365 to its offering for mid-market and enterprise organizations. Apptix will offer Office 365 to direct customers, and will own the entire billing, provisioning, and support process. www.apptix.com


SOTI announced the general availability of SOTI MobiControl 12. www.soti.com


Symantec Corp. announced Veritas Technologies Corporation as the name for its independent publicly traded information management company. www.symantec.com