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How stickers-as-a-service can change the way we communicate at work”
April 15, 2014
Tech in Asia

Online communication is increasingly becoming more the norm than the exception in the workplace today. A study done by The Radicati Group showed the majority of emails – 100.6 billion of them – sent and received worldwide in 2013 came from business email accounts. This number is expected to increase to 132 billion by the end of 2017. At the same time, enterprise social networks are sprouting up in droves all over the world.


How to stop using your email inbox as a to-do list in 3 easy steps”
April 9, 2014
The Business Journals

Office workers today send or receive an average of 120 emails a day, according to the Radicati Group. That’s one every four minutes.


Deadline day: how to keep Microsoft Corporation’s Exchange up and running”
April 8, 2014
SME Web

According to The Radicati Group, 85 per cent of all corporate email boxes are delivered via on-premise servers, and Microsoft dominates that market. According to various sources, as much as one-third of on-premise email systems are Exchange Server 2003.


Will Microsoft Products Continue to Dominate the Legal Market?”
April 7, 2014
Law Technology News

Many attorneys rely on Microsoft Office 365, Exchange Server, Outlook, Outlook Web Access (OWA) and Outlook.com, but how will these popular products fare down the road? A study and analysis by the research firm The Radicati Group Inc. offers some insight for the period between 2014 and 2018.


Cutting down on digital distractionsy”
April 7, 2014
City A.M.

Responding promptly to emails is usually seen as a virtue. But with the average office worker receiving over 100 messages a day (according to a recent study by technology research firm The Radicati Group), it’s easy to see how much of a time-sapper the inbox can be.


Getting Smart With Email In E-Discovery”
March 25, 2014
The Metropolitan Corporate Counsel

Email is still the predominant form of business communication, with over 100 billion business email messages sent and received each day (Radicati Group).


The secret email hacks of top media execs”
March 21, 2014
DigiDay

In 2013, 182.9 billion emails were sent every day, according to The Radicati Group’s “Email Statistics Report, 2013-2017.” And it’s probably safe to say that digital media execs are on the receiving end of a lot of them.


Exchange Email Is Mission Critical to Business’ Operational Success, SolarWinds Seeks to Simplify the Growing Complexity of Email Management”
March 19, 2014
MarketWired

According to one of the leading research firms in the space, The Radicati Group, the MS Exchange market is estimated to grow to 470 million mailboxes by the end of the year and 85 percent of this market is still on-premise.


How to Control Email Before It Controls You”
March 4, 2014
Enterprise Apps Today

Using statistics from the US Bureau of Labor, McKinsey Global Institute and the Radicati Group, Contatta crunched some numbers and determined that, based on a wage of $23 per hour, businesses pay over $15,000 per employee to use email.


Spring cleaning: Declutter your digital life”
March 3, 2014
TimesFreePress.com

Every year, technology market researcher The Radicati Group issues a report on global email use. In 2013, the firm estimated that 183 billion digital communiques were sent whizzing around the planet every day.


Is the future of ECM software in the cloud?”
March 3, 2014
TechTarget

According to a May 2013 report from the Radicati Group Inc., the ECM market as a whole is poised to grow from $5.2 billion in 2013 to $9.3 billion in 2017.


Abandon Email As A Customer Service Channel At Your Peril”
March 2, 2014
Forbes

Further, according to the Radicati Group, the number of email accounts in use is forecast to rise from just less than four billion globally in 2013 to around five billion accounts by the end of 2017, fueled by the growth in smartphones and tablets around the world.


Social Media in a Nutshell”
February 17, 2014
B2C

Also consider that only 22% of emails get read (Frost & Sullivan) and 84% of all email is spam (The Radicati Group).


Email/Groupware vs Salesforce: The Fight For Eyeballs Continues”
February 11, 2014
Ground Report

The dominance of groupware over CRM can be seen in the numbers. According to The Radicati Group, there were 400 million Outlook/Exchange seats – on-premise and hosted — in 2012. That number has actually boomed in the past two years as Office 365 has been rolled out.


How to cope with email overload”
February 9, 2014
Financial Times

The average business person sends or receives 108 emails a day, according to research from the Radicati Group.


You’ve got mail”
February 9, 2014
ABC.net.au

It’s been around for over 40 years and is something we all use but take for granted. Email, it may not be as sophisticated as some of our newer social technologies, but in 2013 it’s estimated that there were over 2.4 billion users worldwide.


Transitioning from Exchange 2003: It’s Harder Than You Think”
February 3, 2014
Redmond Magazine

Exchange 2003 use represented 16 percent of all Exchange Server deployments worldwide, accounting for 66 million mailboxes, according to a March 2013 report (PDF) by The Radicati Group. The research firm estimated in that report that 6.3 million small-to-medium businesses in North America were still using Exchange 2003.


Top-earning ‘American Idol’ stars”
January 31, 2014
Post Star

Your inbox is a great place to tackle first considering the average person will receive more than 10,000 emails this year, according to The Radicati Group, Inc. According to Outlook.com, 80 percent of the average inbox is commercial mail, such as newsletter and daily deals.



Looking for relief from email deluge”

January 25, 2014
The Indian Express

According to a recent study by the Radicati Group, a technology and market research firm in Palo Alto, Calif, people send 182 billion emails each day around the world.



Homily for January 26, 2014: 3rd Sunday in Ordinary Time”

January 25, 2014
Patheos

He cited a study by the Radicati Group, a technology and market research firm in California. The study said people send 182 billion emails each day around the world.



Biz Bits: Business owners: Use your time for growth”

January 22, 2014
The Herald News

Your inbox is a great place to tackle first considering the average person will receive more than 10,000 emails this year, according to The Radicati Group, Inc.



Disruptions: Looking for Relief From a Flood of Email”

January 19, 2014
The New York Times

According to a recent study by the Radicati Group, a technology and market research firm in Palo Alto, Calif, people send 182 billion emails each day around the world.



Get a jumpstart on digital spring cleaning by tackling an overloaded inbox”

January 17, 2014
Journal Sentinel

Your inbox is a great place to tackle first considering the average person will receive more than 10,000 emails this year, according to The Radicati Group, Inc.



Online Poll: Email etiquette is important”

January 16, 2014
cayCompass.com

According to research published by technology company the Radicati Group, there were 3.9 billion active email accounts worldwide in 2013, a figure anticipated to increase to 4.9 billion by the end of 2017.



Announcing the 7th Annual Clean Out Your Inbox Week”

January 14, 2014
ExpertClick

Over the past decade, email usage has surged to staggering figures. Now, the Radicati Group estimates that over 100 billion business emails are sent each day from an estimated 929 million email boxes.