Radicati in the News
Three ways to reduce project failure
May 17, 2013
One of the indicators that organisations are not capturing and using knowledge effectively is the radical growth in corporate emails. A recent report by technology market research firm, The Radicati Group Incorporated, shows that the typical corporate user in 2009 sent and received 167 messages daily. This is expected to grow to 219 messages daily in 2013.
Apple Tries Patent Fight to Cool Off Samsung’s Hot New Phone
May 15, 2013
In a marketplace where consumers are demanding more productivity out of tablets, any company that can provide that enterprise capability is poised for huge gains in the crowded consumer device space, said Sara Radicati, president and CEO of the Radicati Group.
“Apple is presenting a real challenge to Microsoft and all traditional PC vendors with its tablet products,” she told MacNewsWorld. “Apple tablets provide a very streamlined, well-integrated environment that users are comfortable with for personal and business use, so it makes a lot of sense for Apple to up the ante with its own enterprise software.”
Why I’m ready to ditch my dedicated server and move to the cloud
May 13, 2013
But businesses still run on email. One recent report from the Radicati Group estimates there are 929 million business mailboxes in use, and most of them are still running on in-house servers.
Christopher Thompson’s Closing the Deal: Communication has changed for the worse
May 11, 2013
New Hampshire Union Leader
The Radicati Group, a technology market research firm in Palo Alto, Calf., estimates the average business email user will send and receive 115 messages per day in 2013. That is a staggering number. While email is a great communication tool for many business-related topics, how many of the 115 communications sent via email would have been more effective via phone or in person?
ChatWork Collaboration Platform Launches in United States with New Video Chat And Screenshare Features
May 9, 2013
But instant message accounts are projected to grow to 4.3 billion worldwide by 2016, growing faster and becoming as widely used as email (source: Radicati Group). The complete infographic about trends of IM and email usage can be viewed on this page to the right.
Cloud Distribution partners with Fiberlink to enable resellers to tap into $500m*+ MDM market
May 8, 2013
According to industry analysts, The Radicati Group, worldwide revenues for the MDM market totalled $525 million at the end of 2012. This figure is expected to grow to over $1.1 billion by year-end 2016. This represents an average annual growth rate of about 21% over the next four years.
Do Collaboration Tools REALLY Boost Workplace Communication?
May 2, 2013
Email is no longer cheap. According to the Radicati Group (2007), employees received an average of 126 emails a day in 2006, up 55 percent from 2003. Employees were spending 26 percent of their time managing email. That was predicted to grow to 41 percent of their work day in 2009. This enormous increase in usage has elevated the cost of supporting email to $17 billion annually today.
Despite Advancements in Social Communication, Email is Far From Dead
April 29, 2013
Email is very much alive and it’s still the most widely used means of communication for a variety of purposes. In fact, The Radicati Group predicts the amount of email addresses to grow at an annual rate of 6% over four years, from 3.3 billion addresses in 2012 to 4.3 billion in 2016.
UC: Potentially lucrative, definitely needed, but still currently untapped
April 25, 2013
A study by The Radicati Group in 2011 found that the value of the UC market is expected to reach $7.7 billion in 2015, almost doubling from a value of $4 billion in 2011. With the UC market demonstrating a potentially lucrative revenue-generating opportunity, operators can’t let the market to pass them by when they are in a unique position to serve it with a combination of IT and communications offerings.
5 Services to Boost Email Productivity
April 10, 2013
With the average corporate email user sending and receiving more than 100 emails a day, according to the technology marketing firm Radicati Group, that’s a lot of time hitting delete.
Midland Computer Club shares ways to avoid scams, viruses
April 10, 2013
Midland Daily News
What Piper means is that in an increasingly digital age, scams are commonplace, and so are pesky e-mail solicitations — spam e-mails made up about 90 percent of the 294 billion e-mails sent daily in 2010, technology research firm The Radicati Group said.
Webroot finds Most Enterprises Encountering Web-borne Assaults During 2012
April 6, 2013
President and CEO Sara Radicati of Radicati Group said that it was important for every enterprise to prioritize safeguards against web-related malicious software as once malware made it into a network, its spread could disrupt the organization’s entire operation. Therefore, a balance could be attained and was necessary between allowing staff to browse on the Web and making sure corporate data was safe via implementing a robust solution for Web-security so organizations could be spared of the otherwise costly burden, Radicati explained.
The Internet just isn’t a safe place
April 4, 2013
“Protecting against Web-borne malware should be a high priority for all organizations since once inside a network, the propagation of malware can take down the entire company, effectively disabling an organization,” argued Sara Radicati, president and CEO at Radicati Group.
Ingram Micro highlights bulging UC line card
April 4, 2013
Jon Bunyard, director of the Advanced Solutions UK division at Ingram Micro, said the UC market – which is set to be worth $5.6bn (£3.7bn) globally in 2013 according to Radicati Group – is an investment area for the giant US-based wholesaler.
CSS Corp partners with AirWatch to offer comprehensive Mobile Device Management
April 3, 2013
The worldwide Mobile Device Management market is estimated to grow to USD 1.1 billion by 2016, from USD 525 million in 2012 – The Radicati Group
Email goes the way of the Dodo
April 1, 2013
The result is that consumer e-mail traffic fell 9.5 percent between 2010 and 2012, and is projected to keep declining for the near future, according to beancounters at the research firm Radicati.
Eight in 10 Companies Suffered Web-Borne Attacks in 2012
March 29, 2013
“Protecting against Web-borne malware should be a high priority for all organizations since once inside a network, the propagation of malware can take down the entire company, effectively disabling an organization,” Radicati Group president and CEO Sara Radicati said in a statement. “Finding a balance between providing employees Web access and ensuring corporate information security requires a solid Web security solution and is an essential requirement for companies to avoid this costly liability.”
Email addiction: Why the enterprise can’t break free
March 19, 2013
“Email is only as good as the person who organizes it,” observes Sara Radicati, president and CEO of The Radicati Group, which tracks use of email and other messaging media.
Over the years, enterprise email systems have added an ever-increasing number of sophisticated organizational tools, but “users still have to train the system, which is where it breaks down,” Radicati explains. “Users forget how they set it up a certain way, and why. Somebody who is highly organized and structured will do well with these tools, and someone who is naturally chaotic will be chaotic.”
The Perfect Storm – Dealing with an Email Blizzard in the Face of Risk
March 18, 2013
In 2010, the Radicati Group issued a study stating that during that year there were approximately 294 billion emails sent per day, 90 trillion a year. That’s trillion. With a “t”.
Mereus service launched to measure research usage
March 14, 2013
In a report in September 2011, The Radicati Group noted that the use of email attachments in business communications was growing rapidly. In 2011, 24% of all received email contained at least one attachment, an increase of 71% from 2010. The impact of this growth has resulted in dramatic demand for disk storage space, which saw a rise of 80% over the same period.
Google Moving In On Redmond, Literally
March 14, 2013
So who’s winning this battle? “I would say we see them neck and neck at this point,” said Sara Radicati, president and CEO of The Radicati Group, a market researcher firm that tracks enterprise use of e-mail, collaboration social networking and security software and services. “Google Apps tends to appeal more/gain more traction with SMBs and non-US customers, Microsoft seems to be doing better in small- to medium-size market in the US, so if you look at it on a worldwide basis I would say they are about even right now, whereas in the U.S. I would put Microsoft slightly ahead at this time.”
Healthcare Firm Praises Microsoft Office 365
March 12, 2013
“The cloud model is being promoted as this great cost saver,” noted Sara Radicati, chief executive officer at research firm The Radicati Group. “But you have to look at pricing and multiply it out for your own organization.”
Transform Your Business With Hosted Communications
March 12, 2013
Channel Partners Online
The Radicati Group sees the market for hosted UC alone growing from $2.8 billion in 2010 to $5.5 billion in 2014.
The Modern Rules of Customer Relationship Management (CRM)
March 12, 2013
Business 2 Community
Every day, your customers have a lot of information coming in. According to the Email Statistics Report (2011-2015) by Radicati, the number of messages that the average business email account receives in a day will rise from 72 to 84 between 2011 and 2015.
Three key principles to reduce project failure
March 8, 2013
African Business Review
One of the indicators that organisations are not capturing and using knowledge effectively – is the radical growth in corporate emails. A recent report by technology market research firm, The Radicati Group Incorporated, shows that the typical corporate user in 2009 sent and received 167 messages daily. This is expected to grow to 219 messages daily this year.
Microsoft Tweaks Office 2013 Licensing After Outcry
March 6, 2013
“We are positively impressed that they’ve reacted so quickly to customer feedback,” said Sara Radicati, CEO of The Radicati Group, a Palo Alto, CA-based technology research firm.” Still, she also suggested the change might have limited practical effects. When asked what reasons an Office 2010 users might have to upgrade to Office 2013, she said, “To be frank, we don’t see many.”
Microsoft 365, in contrast, offers a more differentiated experience, with its cloud hooks and access to the latest versions of each program. Radicati implied Microsoft didn’t need to strong-arm users toward the new offering through restrictive licensing agreements. Customers are going to move to the cloud at their own pace, she said, adding that by changing the license terms, Microsoft has shifted from “annoying people” to “looking at the long-term picture.”
How to Get Responses from Your Emails
March 1, 2013
If you assume that people read your emails when you send them, you assume wrong. The fact is: The typical corporate email user sends and receives about 105 emails per day, according to market research firm the Radicati Group. That’s more than 500 every week — far too many for the average person to keep up with (that is, if they want to do anything other than email).
MailArchiva Helps ISP’s Expand Revenue by Offering Email Archiving in The Cloud
February 21, 2013
For instance, the Radicati Group estimates the e-Discovery market is expected to grow from $976 million in 2012 to over $2.3 billion in 2016.
UK’s top 50 retailers failing to deliver personalised customer experiences, according to eCircle report
February 13, 2013
If you look at the numbers, there are 3.1 billion email addresses in the world, a figure that is expected to grow to 4.1 billion by 2015 [Radicati Group, May 2011]. If you then consider that 95 per cent of people check their email accounts at least once a day [eCircle, The European Social Media and Email Marketing Study] there is immense opportunity for retailers to communicate and engage their customers.
Kill Your Email: Change the Way You Use Your Inbox
February 7, 2013
With 53 percent of all businesses worldwide relying on Exchange for email, according to a recent study by the Radicati Group, Exchange is one of Microsoft’s biggest success stories, and for most people, Outlook (for better or worse) is the horse driving that buggy.
U.S. Postal Service gives in to Internet; moves to kill Saturday mail delivery
February 7, 2013
E-mail, meanwhile, is hugely popular. The most recent report from the Radicati Group (PDF), a market research firm specializing in electronic communication, says about 144.8 email messages are sent everyday worldwide. Admittedly, e-mail also has a big junk mail problem, just like its physical counterpart.
Google, Microsoft and others putting kibosh on phishing emails
February 6, 2013
Although an estimated 60% of email boxes today may be supported by DMARC, that leaves plenty that aren’t. (DRMARC.org points out that as of last April, the Radicati Group estimated there are 3.3 billion email accounts, expected to rise to over 4.3 billion by the end of 2016.)
Enterprise Content Management Market Braces for Growth in 2013
January 30, 2013
The Radicati Group, Inc., of Palo Alto assesses the ECM market – those solutions that help businesses manage information from creation to disposition, and at all points in between – and its expected evolution over the next four years. According to the firm, the market will grow from $4.4 billion in 2012 to over $7.5 billion in 2016, representing an annual growth rate of 15 percent.
More than 140 billion emails sent in 2012
January 26, 2013
EMAIL is arguably more important to modern life than standard mail – almost 145 billion emails were sent globally in 2012, reports US technology market researcher Radicati Group.
Sticky Situation: 12 Steps to Recover From ‘Send’ Syndrome
January 24, 2013
According to The Radicati Group Inc. Email Statistics Report, 2011-2015 ‘In 2011, ‘the typical corporate email user sends and receives about 105 email messages per day.’ That makes 525 a week, 2100 a month, 25 200 a year and 126 000 emails over the course of five years.
You vs. Your Inbox
January 23, 2013
Washington Business Journal
According to The Radicati Group, a technology market research firm, 294 billion messages are sent per day (this means that more than 2.8 million e-mails are sent every second) and around 90 percent of these messages are nothing more than spam and viruses.
Stamp Price Increase – E-Mail Looks Better and Better
January 19, 2013
The post office is seeing some electronic competition. In 2012, the number of emails sent and received per day totaled 89 billion. This figure is expected to grow at an average annual rate of 13% over the next four years, reaching over 143 billion by year-end 2016, according to data collected from The Radicati Group, a technology market research firm.