2011

By • Jan 17th, 2012 • Category: Radicati in the News

Choose your sign-off
December 31, 2011
Boston.com

Standing out in the e-mail onslaught is a challenge. By 2013 approximately 507 billion e-mail messages will be sent each day, according to the Radicati Group Inc., a California-based tech research firm. Even now an e-mail is sent every 0.00000035 seconds.


What Timothy Leary Can Teach Us About Enjoying The Holidays
December 29, 2011
FastCompany

Over the last year, we’ve become more distracted than ever, overloaded by information at work and at home. How bad? Consider the following numbers:

The majority of people under the age of 40 stay digitally connected in bed. (harmon.ie survey)
71% of workers respond to instant messages within 2 seconds. 41% of workers respond to emails within 15 seconds. And it takes 10-15 minutes to return to what you were doing before you were interrupted.
A typical worker sends and receives about 110 emails per day. (Radicati Group)


Write. Share. Get Noticed.
December 6, 2011
TexasLawyer

There are more than 267 billion Web sites today (Netcraft – December 2010) and more than 294 billion e-mails sent each day (Radicati Group – April 2010). The problem, of course, is that people need to consume this information — and they can’t be forced to consume information any faster than they did in the past.


The Case For Banning Email at Work
December 5, 2011
The Post and Courier

Email can be a useful tool, but the volume can be overwhelming. This year, around 349 billion emails will be sent worldwide, according to the market research firm Radicati Group Inc. That total is expected to grow to 507 billion by 2013.


The Case For Banning Email at Work
December 1, 2011
The Atlantic

One of Europe’s largest technology companies has a new rule for employees. Get off email. Get on instant messenger. …As Sara Radicati, CEO of analyst firm Radicati Group, wisely said: “These solutions may help high-volume mail users but the risk is they simply move the problem to another level. At the end of the day, a lot of the problems with email come down to user education.”


Return Path partnership good news for pMailer clients
November 30, 2011
bizcommunity.com

According to latest deliverability benchmark by Return Path, one in five emails lands in a spam or junk folder or is simply blocked by Internet Service Provider (ISP) spam filters. And in 2010 the Radicati Group estimated that 294 billion emails were sent each day, meaning that some 14.7 billion e-mails simply never made it to our inboxes.


Write. Share. Get Noticed.
November 29, 2011
law.com

There are more than 267 billion Web sites today (Netcraft – December 2010) and more than 294 billion e-mails sent each day (Radicati Group – April 2010). The problem, of course, is that people need to consume this information — and they can’t be forced to consume information any faster than they did in the past.


Clean Out That Inbox
November 29, 2011
advanceweb.com

According to communications firm Radicati Group, in 2010 there were 294 billion emails sent every day (47 billion more each day than 2009), with 10 percent sent by 1.9 billion or so users.


Mailbag: How to keep your inbox under control
November 28, 2011
denverpost.com

E-mail can be a useful tool, but the sheer volume can be overwhelming. This year, about 349 billion e-mails a day will be sent worldwide, according to the market research firm Radicati Group Inc.


Reflecting on the Future for B2B Email
November 16, 2011
ClickZ

Over the next four years, according to the Radicati Group’s Email Statistics Report 2011-2015, corporate email accounts will increase faster than consumer email accounts because of the growth of affordable cloud-based email services. These allow businesses to extend email services to workers who did not have access to corporate email.


40 Years Celebrating Email
November 7, 2011
ReadWriteWeb

According to Radicati group, the average worker processes more than a hundred daily emails, and business email accounts make up only about a quarter of the total of more than 3 billion. Sometime in the next few years, Radicati predicts that the number of IM accounts will exceed email for the first time.


Mountain View mail carrier delivers what email can’t: A personal touch
November 4, 2011
Peninsula Press

Americans sent 42 billion fewer pieces of mail through the USPS in 2010 than they sent in 2006—a 20 percent decline, according to the Government Accountability Office. By contrast, about 294 billion emails were sent per day in 2010—a 19 percent increase in just one year, according to the Radicati Group, a tech research firm.


Poor E-mail Management is Risky Business, According to Oasys Survey
October 26, 2011
TMCNet.com

In fact, technology market research firm Radicati Group recently reported that the number of e-mail users is expected to uptick to 1.9 billion by 2013.


You’ve got mail!
October 19, 2011
Independent Online

The Radicati Group estimated in 2010 that about 294 billion e-mail messages are sent each day. Of these, says Internet statistics website Pingdom.com, around 89 percent is spam.


Lightening the load on your email inbox: Five tips
October 16, 2011
Los Angeles Times

This year around 349 billion emails will be sent worldwide, according to the market research firm Radicati Group Inc. That total is expected to grow to 507 billion by 2013. Here’s how to stem the flow to your inbox:


Social media not taking wind out of e-mail’s sails
October 3, 2011
The Globe and Mail

The number of e-mail accounts worldwide is expected to increase to 3.8 billion by 2014 from 2.9 billion in 2010, according to Palo Alto, Calif.-based The Radicati Group. If numbers tell the story, it is obvious the use of e-mail is growing rather than dropping.


E-Hoarding Is Unhealthy
September 30, 2011
BusinessWeek.com

A recent survey by the technology market research firm Radicati Group reported that “the typical corporate e-mail user sends and receives about 105 e-mail messages per day.” That is a lot of e-mail to process, categorize, or store. Sorting through old messages and rummaging through our in-boxes like we’re after the Holy Grail strips hours from each day.


Stop holding people’s inboxes hostage
September 28, 2011
CNN.com

All told, we’re sending about 300 billion e-mails a day worldwide, according to research firm Radicati. The average business e-mail account accepts and shoots out more than 100 daily notes.


16 Percent of E-Mails Delivered to Inbox are Considered Spam by Business Users: Survey
September 27, 2011
TMCNet

Business users send 41 e-mail messages per day, and receive approximately 100 e-mail messages per day, according to a survey by Radicati Group.


Email Marketing Metrics Show Slight Dip in Q2 2011
September 12, 2011
eMarketer

Radicati Group reported in December 2010 that the average consumer received 32 emails per day that year. For marketers to have theirs opened, relevance and genuine value to the recipient are key.


No Delivery: USPS Woes Compounded By Email, Junk Mail
September 9, 2011
MediaDailyNews

From virtually nothing some 20 years ago, the volume of emails sent per day, globally, surged to 294 billion in 2010, according to the Radicati Group, reaching an incredible 107.3 trillion for the year. Americans are responsible for a disproportionate share of this activity.


How much do you know about email?
September 1, 2011
DynamicBusiness.com

In 2010, in an average day, there were around 294 billion emails sent per day or 2.8million messages per second! (Radicati)


3 steps to win the inbox war
August 31, 2011
DynamicBusiness.com

Research by Radicati Group discovered that corporate workers receive up to 105 emails a day and about 20 percent are spam.


Avalon Business Systems Introduces Archive Deletion
August 22, 2011
TMCnet

In 2010, The Radicati Group’s (News – Alert) research titled “IBM Lotus Notes/Domino Market Analysis, 2010-2014” gave a detailed analysis of the market for IBM (News – Alert) Lotus Domino, IBM Lotus Notes, and IBM LotusLive.


Can you hear me now? Congressional offices swamped with debt-limit calls
July 30, 2011
East Valley tribune.com

Sara Radicati, CEO of Radicati Group Inc., said she thinks the stress load is probably pretty high, making emails difficult to respond to.


Radicati Group Analyzes Cloud E-Mail Archiving Market
July 29, 2011
TMCnet.com

The Radicati Group (News – Alert), which works with corporate organizations, vendors and investment firms, is a technology research and advisory firm that provides both qualitative and quantitative and forecast information. In its latest market brief, the firm provides a competitive analysis of the Cloud E-mail Archiving market.


Email war: Google versus Microsoft
July 29, 2011
MyBroadband

Email remains one of the killer apps on the Internet. Research from the Radicati Group shows that the number of worldwide email accounts is projected to increase from 2.9 billion in 2010 to over 3.8 billion by 2014.


Mobile Workers Spur Demand For Cloud Security Services
July 15, 2011
InformationWeek

In a report released this month, the Radicati Group, a market analysis firm, projects that the worldwide market for security-as-a-service will double during the next four years, reaching more than $2 billion in 2014.


Office 365 Vs. Google Apps: Advantage Microsoft
July 11, 2011
InformationWeek

Existing relationships, Microsoft: Exchange is the email server behind more than 300 million enterprise mailboxes, of which 76% are on-premises, says Radicati Group.


UNC professor tries to go email free
July 11, 2011
WRAL.com

The average worker receives about 75 emails a day and sends about 40, according to a 2010 study by a technology market research firm The Radicati Group in California.


The secret to managing your email
July 8, 2011
Guardian

As you’ve been doing since you got in this morning. Do you realise the average worker spends 41% of their time enslaved to their emails, according to research company the Radicati Group?


10 Google+ Tips for Beginners
July 8, 2011
CIO

This whitepaper, authored by The Radicati Group, looks at the key reasons organizations should consider moving to a cloud-based archiving solution.


Office 365: Microsoft Pitches Cloud, Eyes Profit
June 28, 2011
Information Week

Exchange has a worldwide installed base of more than 300 million mailboxes, according to Radicati Group, and it’s the primary email system for more than 70% of organizations with more than 500 PCs, according to Microsoft.


Leverage the Power of Email Marketing to Drive Customer Engagement
June 17, 2011
1to1 Media

With more than 2.9 billion accounts registered worldwide, according to The Radicati Group’s Email Statistics Report 2010, it’s no wonder marketers rely on email to carry their messages to a massive pool of potential customers.


Can Google Really Hack It in Business?
June 11, 2011
PC World

Google says it consistently meets its 99.9 percent uptime guarantee. It also quotes a Radicati Group study that found Gmail four times more reliable than Microsoft’s Exchange messaging server when considering only unplanned outages, and ten times more reliable when taking into account planned downtime for maintenance.


Just How Reliable is the Cloud?
June 9, 2011
Business 2 Community

You can see my full post on Marketing Automation Software Guide, but here are some interesting numbers gathered from a study done by the Radicati Group in 2008. It looked at uptime for on-premise email solutions.


Palisade Systems Reports Strong Demand in Mid-Size Enterprises for Data Loss Prevention (DLP)
June 8, 2011
Sys-Con Media

According to a study published by the Radicati Group, the market for DLP software will grow an average of 25 percent per year over the next four years.


Resellers offered 50 per cent of web-based email revenue
June 7, 2011
Channel EMEA

The market is expected to soar in the next three years – with technology market research firms such as The Radicati Group, Inc predicting that hosted email could grow to a staggering £3.1 billion worldwide by 2014.


The Downtime Dilemma: Reliability in the Cloud
June 7, 2011
Software Advice

However, the Radicati Group conducted a study in 2008 on on-premise email solutions that exposes some interesting points.


Eight Quick and Easy Productivity Wins for IT
May 21, 2011
PCWorld

Those days are over, thanks to the deluge. According to the Radicati Group, the volume of email, IM, and spam is increasing by 20 to 25 percent per year. Managing all those messages is getting in the way of real work.


Global E-mail Accounts to Hit 4.1 Billion by 2015
May 19, 2011
TMCnet.com

Global e-mail accounts are set to increase from 3.1 billion accounts in 2011 to about 4.1 billion by year-end 2015, according to a newly released study from the Radicati Group.


Internal communiqué | A novel intranet approach helps solve information overload without breaking the bank
May 11, 2011
Mainebiz

E-mail is an effective means of corporate communication — until it’s not. Worldwide, e-mails are expected to reach 507 billion per day by 2013, according to research firm Radicati Group.


How many e-mails are sent every day? Why are underwear and pants always referred to as a pair?
May 11, 2011
San Diego Reader

Working our finger bones to the absolute limit, we send 294 billion emails each day around the globe. According to tech market-research firm, Radicati, 81 percent of that is spam.


Insurance Technology – Radicati: Blue Coat Dons Leadership Cap in Corporate Web Security Market
May 4, 2011
TMCnet

Signifying the importance of Web security, analyst research firm Radicati is forecasting that the corporate Web security solutions market will grow from $1.3 billion in 2011 to more than $2.3 billion in 2015. Radicati has identified Blue Coat (News – Alert) Systems Inc., as a Top Player in the Corporate Web Security Market Quadrant.


Blue Coat Positioned as Top Player in Corporate Web Security Market by Radicati
May 4, 2011
PR-USA.net

Blue Coat Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: BCSI), a leading provider of Web security and WAN optimization solutions, today announced that it has been positioned as a Top Player in the Corporate Web Security Market Quadrant by analyst research firm Radicati.


Guidelines for Managing Your Work and Personal Email
April 28, 2011
The Atlantic

The number of email accounts, according to projections from the research company Radicati, will grow from 2.9 billion in 2010 to more than 3.8 billion by 2014.


Radicati Offers In-Depth Market Analysis for IBM Lotus Notes Products
April 27, 2011
TMCNet.com

In one of its latest studies, entitled, “IBM Lotus Notes/Domino Market Analysis, 2011-2015,” technology research and advisory firm, The Radicati Group (News – Alert), provided an in-depth analysis of the market adoption of IBM Lotus Domino, IBM Lotus Notes, and IBM LotusLive.


The Rules of Netiquette — Signature, Please
April 20, 2011
Huffington Post

Last year, over 107 trillion emails were sent on the public Internet. According to Radicati Group, Inc., a technology market research firm, an average of over 294 billion emails are now being sent every day.


Email-free Fridays? Managing email overload
April 19, 2011
Business Spectator

In 2010, the typical corporate user sent and received about 110 messages daily, according to California-based technology market research firm, Radicati Group.


Death to PST Files: The Hidden Costs of Email
April 11, 2011
Computerworld Australia

Email is one of your company’s most critical—and most widely used—assets. According to a 2009 study by The Radicati Group, the average corporate email user sends and receives 167 email messages per day.


Can Google Really Hack It in Business?
April 9, 2011
PCWorld Business Center

Although its uptime isn’t perfect (and its outages get big play), Google says it consistently meets its 99.9 percent uptime guarantee. It also quotes a Radicati Group study that found Gmail four times more reliable than Microsoft’s Exchange messaging server when considering only unplanned outages, and ten times more reliable when taking into account planned downtime for maintenance.


Eight Quick and Easy Productivity Wins for IT
March 19, 2011
PCWorld Business Center

Those days are over, thanks to the deluge. According to the Radicati Group, the volume of email, IM, and spam is increasing by 20 to 25 percent per year.


IT’s Biggest Money Wasters
March 3, 2011
PCWorld Business Center

Netizens sent 247 billion emails a day in 2009, per the Radicati Group, with enterprise email accounting for roughly a quarter of that total. By 2013, email volume will double — creating a massive storage headache for enterprises.


Hosted E-Mail Explosion Forecast
March 1, 2011
NetworkWorld

The number of hosted e-mail seats will grow by nearly 40% in the next four years, with small-to-midsize businesses contributing to a portion of the boost, according to a new study by The Radicati Group.


It Would Take 10 Years To Read One Day’s Tweets
February 28, 2011
Business Insider

Of course, that’s nothing compared with email: according to the Radicati Group, more than 294 billion emails are sent every day. And most of those take far more than 6 seconds to read.


The trouble with office email
February 17, 2011
Financial Times

Conventional email programs and newer cloud-based services such as Gmail let users organise incoming email using folders and filters. But most people cannot be bothered or do not know how to set up the filters, says Sara Radicati, CEO of analyst firm Radicati Group.


De-clutter that email inbox
February 13, 2011
The Times of India

A study by the technology market research firm Radicati Group says that a single user will send and receive 107 emails on average every day this year. This is why the mechanism of dealing with the flow has to evolve. The study predicts it will, changing from the current “automatic email sorting” to “handling multiple messaging streams like SMS and social networking messages”.


Google Priority Inbox Goes Mobile
February 9, 2011
CMSWire

Launched last fall, Priority Inbox targets the average corporate worker, who, according to a 2010 e-mail statistics report from The Radicati Group, sends and receives more than 150 messages per day.


Chamber chief: Citizen emails should be confidential
February 2, 2011
DavidsonNews.Net

According to research by the Radicati Group, the corporate user alone receives approximately 99 emails a day.


Social media users grapple with information overload
February 1, 2011
USA Today

People are drowning in a deluge of data. Corporate users received about 110 messages a day in 2010, says market researcher Radicati Group.


TechRepublic Webinar: 99.984% Availability?! How Gmail Is Built with Scalability, Reliability and Security in Mind
January 31, 2011
ZdNet Australia

The latest research from the Radicati Group found that on-premises email averaged 3.8 hours of downtime per month.


Open-source challenge to Microsoft Exchange gains steam
January 28, 2011
NetworkWorld

Microsoft Exchange Server, the 800-pound gorilla in the room, had a worldwide install base of 301 million mailboxes in 2010 and expects to reach 470 million by 2014, according to a market analysis by the Radicati Group.


It’s time to deal with that overflowing inbox
January 24, 2011
MSNBC.com

… for an average of 110 e-mails sent and received by each e-mail user every day, based on data from tech research firm The Radicati Group.


Too Much Content: A World of Exponential Information Growth
January 18, 2011
Huffington Post Blog

In 2010, the typical corporate user sent and received about 110 messages daily. Roughly 18% of emails received were spam, comprising both actual spam and “graymail” (i.e. unwanted newsletters, alerts, etc.) (Source: Radicati Group — Email Statistics Report)

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