2012

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Can Google Apps Crumble Microsoft’s Office Foundation?

December 27, 2012
ECommerce Times

One of Microsoft’s cash cows has been its Office lineup, but businesses are increasingly adopting Google Apps productivity software. “Google certainly has the price advantage over Microsoft,” said Sara Radicati, president and CEO of The Radicati Group. “Google has a simple, easy-to-understand pricing structure that makes it easy for an organization to budget and plan for.”


2013: Enterprise Content Management Comes Full Circle

December 20, 2012
CMS Wire

According to research by the Radicati Group, the ECM market will continue to grow from US$ 4.4 billion in 2012 to over US$ 7.5 billion in 2016 — an average growth rate of 15 percent over the next four years. Given the growth, there is bound to be more changes in the landscape even as we move into the New Year, and 2013 promises more.


Smart email campaign can help nonprofits attract more supporters

December 17, 2012
Miami Herald

In 2012, the number of emails that businesses sent and received averaged 89 billion per day. This figure is expected to grow at an average annual rate of 13 percent over the next four years, reaching over 143 billion by 2016 (according to a study from radicati.com).


Migrating From Microsoft Exchange to Google Apps Easier With GrexIt

December 3, 2012
SFGate

According to a report from industry research firm Radicati Group, the average corporate email user sends and receives about 105 emails per day.


Apps bring e-mail barrage under control

December 1, 2012
SFGate

More, rather than less, e-mail is being sent around the globe, according to the Radicati Group, a technology market research firm in Palo Alto. Daily e-mail traffic is expected to increase from about 145 billion in 2012 to more than 192 billion in 2016. The number of e-mail accounts is predicted to grow from 3.3 billion in 2012 to more than 4.3 billion in 2016.


The incredible persistence of email

November 19, 2012
CITEWorld

Let’s start with some hard numbers. According to a report (pdf link) published by the Radicati Group, corporate email is growing at a rapid rate. In fact, the report states that corporate email accounts represent 25 percent of worldwide mailboxes, and corporate email will grow from 89 billion emails per day this year to a projected 143.8 billion per day by 2016, an average annual growth rate of 13 percent.


How to (Finally!) Manage Your Email

November 12, 2012
TechEdge

Employees send and receive an estimated 110 emails a day, according to the Radicati Group, a technology market research firm. That’s expected to increase to 125 by 2015.


Before you hit send: how e-mail can get employers in trouble

November 2, 2012
ACC

The Radicati Group, a market research firm, estimates that in 2011, the average corporate employee sent and received 105 e-mails a day. The group also reports that corporate e-mail accounts are expected to begin to grow at a faster rate than personal e-mail accounts. Is your company prepared for the legal implications of this ubiquitous medium?


Internet marketing: Social shouts, waves arms about, email still wins

October 29, 2012
ClickThrough

Data published this year by the Radicati Group and cited in an interview with Ray Tomlinson shows that there are about 3.4 billion email accounts across the world.


Intermedia Launches New Hosted Exchange, Lync, & SharePoint 2013 Services

October 24, 2012
TopHosts.com

“We pride ourselves on offering the most up to date cloud services in a worry-free, highly available environment. It is one of the reasons why we were named Top Player in hosted Exchange by the analyst firm, The Radicati Group,” says Michael Gold, president, Intermedia.


Facebook is about as exciting as email

October 23, 2012
TechBiz

The Radicati Group, the Palo Alto, Calif.-based research group that studies mass messaging, including email, estimates there will be 4.3 billion email users by the end of 2016.


The 5 Ways to Optimize Your Email Marketing for Mobile

October 22, 2012
Business 2 Community

As smart phones continue to get smarter and their owners continue to become busier, the rate at which we check, read and send emails from our phones will keep soaring. Radicati Group estimates that by 2016, over 730 million accounts will be regularly accessed from smart phones.


3 Ways to Ensure Your Email Marketing is Built for Today

October 1, 2012
Business 2 Community

Business email traffic is expected to grow at average annual rate of 13% over the next four years, according to the Radicati Group. With so much competition for peoples’ attention, marketers need to make sure that their email marketing is optimized for today’s standards.


Op-Ed: Email accounts to increase to nearly 4.1 billion by 2015

September 27, 2012
Digital Journal Reports

Quoting stats from Radicati group, he claims “email accounts is expected to increase to nearly 4.1 billion by year-end 2015”.


Autonomy, an HP Company, Unveils HP Application Information Optimizer 7.0

September 24, 2012
The Sacramento Bee

“Businesses are increasingly looking to gain a competitive edge, by driving down costs, improving productivity, mitigating risks and maximizing information value,” said Sara Radicati, chief executive officer of the Radicati Group, a leading industry analyst firm.


Email Will Never Die: The Man Who Invented It Reveals Why
September 6, 2012
Huffington Post

According to the Radicati Group, 144.8 billion emails are sent every day, and that number is projected to rise to 192.2 billion in 2016. There are about 3.4 billion email accounts worldwide, Radicati said, with three-quarters owned by individual consumers.


Email Turns 30
September 4, 2012
All Things Digital

The Radicati Group estimates that there are over 3.375 billion email accounts worldwide with nearly 145 billion email messages zooming back and forth each day. This is a huge increase from just five years ago; in August 2007, comScore estimated that there were approximately 543 million Webmail accounts worldwide. This number is only expected to continue to rise — the Radicati Group estimates the number will reach 4.3 billion by the end of 2016.


Avoid the Spam Folder
August 31, 2012
CRM Magazine

Approximately 15 percent of the emails that the average person receives are spam emails, according to a recent report by technology research firm The Radicati Group.


Socialize: Comparing enterprise social software vendors
August 24, 2012
Tech Target

“I have to admit we feel there isn’t a lot of differentiation out there,” said Sara Radicati, president and CEO of The Radicati Group Inc., which monitors the space. “It comes down to relatively small things that people find useful more than anything else, and it really depends on the customer organization and their own culture.”


Email Vs. Instant Messaging
August 16, 2012
Business 2 Community

There’s no doubt about it, instant messaging is on the rise. According to a report by Radicati Group, instant messaging accounts will reach 2.7 billion this year and peak at 4.3 billion by 2016.


Email Takes Up 28% of Workers’ Time
August 1, 2012
mashable Business

The McKinsey report didn’t outline the number of emails workers process per day. However, a report from the Radicati Group this year found that the average corporate email user sends and receives about 105 emails a day.


Parallels Partners See Growth of 47% in Sales of Microsoft Hosted Exchange Seats
July 26, 2012
MarketWatch

“The ongoing growth in hosted business e-mail services based on Microsoft Exchange Server demonstrates why Parallels and its partners are important as Microsoft continues to build its network of hosting providers and reselling partners,” said Sara Radicati, CEO of The Radicati Group, a technology market research firm. The firm’s report on “Hosted Email Market, 2011-2015” forecasts that worldwide revenues from basic mailboxes in the hosted business e-mail segment is expected to grow to nearly $3.6 billion by year-end 2015, representing an average annual growth rate of 17 percent since 2011.


Daegis adds discovery of Lotus Notes
July 16, 2012
IDM Image&Data Manager

According to a report by analyst firm Radicati, as of 2009 there were 425 million active on-premise mailboxes worldwide, nearly a third of which were Lotus Notes and Domino – just shy of the market share held my Microsoft Exchange. Lotus Notes and Domino were also used more frequently by large enterprises than Microsoft Exchange or other collaboration platforms.


Communication fatigue disrupts marketing messages
July 10, 2012
The Globe & Mail

More than 100 trillion e-mails are sent every year, and that number is rising annually by about 10 per cent. Of those emails, about 76 per cent flow to consumers while 24 per cent are sent to corporate users. According to Radicati Group the typical consumer sends or receives more than 45 emails a day while the typical corporate user sends or receives more than 167 emails a day.


Why we need an alternative to emails
July 9, 2012
The Times of India

A report this year from the Radicati Group, a market research firm, found that in 2011, there were 3.1 billion active email accounts in the world. The report noted that, on average, corporate employees sent and received 105 emails a day.


Life’s too short for so much email: 107 trillion e-mails were sent in 2010
July 9, 2012
New York Times

A report this year from the Radicati Group, a market research firm, found that in 2011, there were 3.1 billion active email accounts in the world. The report noted that, on average, corporate employees sent and received 105 emails a day.


Predictive Coding Gaining Popularity in Complex Litigation
July 6, 2012
JD Supra

Think about how many emails, text messages and instant messages you send and receive each day. According to The Radicati Group, the average corporate employee sends and receives about 110 emails per day and the number doubles if they are one of the many who now use Instant Messaging at work or send text messages from company phones.


Office 365 and Cloud Suite Sales Forecast: Too Conservative?
June 22, 2012
Talking Cloud

Sales of Microsoft Office 365, Google Apps and other cloud-based productivity suites will triple from $1.6 billion in 2012 to $5.9 billion in 2016, predicts Radicati Group.


SaneBox Now Has A Solution For The Enterprise Email Overload Crisis
June 18, 2012
Tech Crunch

Corporate email clutter is a big problem. A study by the research firm Radicati estimates corporate users are now dealing with 200 emails per day.


Revenue for Cloud-based Office Suites to Grow More Than 300% Through 2016, Including Microsoft Office365″ by Radicati Group
June 18, 2012
Sacramento Bee

The Radicati Group’s new market research report “Microsoft Office 365 – Analysis and Forecast, 2012-2016” provides a detailed analysis of the penetration of Microsoft Office 365 in the Cloud-based Productivity market and the Hosted Email market.


Webroot Named “Trail Blazer” by Radicati Group
June 6, 2012
MarketWatch

Webroot, a leader in delivering Internet security as a service, announced today that it has been positioned as a “Trail Blazer” in The Radicati Group’s new report, “Endpoint Security Platforms – Market Quadrant 2012.”


Email Is Already Portable – Let’s Make It Mobile
May 30, 2012
Media Post Blogs

One gauge of the scope of the market is the number of accounts set up. There are projected to be 4.3 billion email accounts worldwide by the end of this year, according to the research firm The Radicati Group. By contrast, there are 2.5 billion instant messaging accounts.


Perimeter E-Security to Host Webinar on Five Ways to Improve Your Employees’ Security While They Surf the Web
May 17, 2012
MarketWire

According to Radicati Group, 30 percent of corporate users are infected with malware every year, while a typical 1,000 employee company spends more than $287,000 each year defending against and cleaning up after malware attacks.


ECM market to surpass $7.5 billion by 2016
May 16, 2012
Snowbound Software

Market analysis firm the Radicati Group recently released findings of its Enterprise Content Management Market study forecasting industry revenue between 2012 and 2016. According to the research, the market is projected to grow from $4.4 billion this year to more than $7.5 billion by the end of the study period.


Fiitfu CRM Solutions Launches “Success Tool” to Help their Clients Stay Focused on the Positive
May 14, 2012
SFGate

According to Statistics, extrapolations and counting by Radicati Group from April 2010 estimate the number of emails sent per day (in 2010) that are NOT spam or viruses to be 247 Billion.


Perimeter E-Security to Host Webinar on Five Ways to Improve Your Employees’ Security While They Surf the Web
May 14, 2012
MarketWatch

According to Radicati Group, 30 percent of corporate users are infected with malware every year, while a typical 1,000 employee company spends more than $287,000 each year defending against and cleaning up after malware attacks.


Spam texts hit 4.5 billion, raising consumer ire
April 30, 2012
SFGate

By now, most e-mail providers have installed powerful filtering software, which prevents 99.9 percent of spam from reaching users’ mailboxes. The e-mail security market reached more than $5 billion last year, according to an estimate from the Radicati Group Inc.


Shape Security: Kleiner Perkins & Eric Schmidt Lead $6M Round In Stealth Security Startup
April 26, 2012
TechCrunch

As a result, market research firm The Radicati Group said that it expects the corporate web security market to grow to $2.5 billion over the next four years.


Penetrating the Vast, Untapped Reaches of the CRM Market
April 26, 2012
CRM Buyer

Try this estimate on for size: In 2010, there were 3 billion email addresses in the world, according to IDC and the Radicati Group.


Tech tips – Spam
April 12, 2012
Waikato Times NZ

In a report that the Palo Alto-based firm the Radicati Group published a few years back, it estimated that 78 per cent of the 210 billion messages sent worldwide each day were unsolicited, and of these, an estimated 93 billion spam messages still got through the technical defences like spam filters and blacklists every day.


Oracle Ranked Top Player in Email Platforms for Service Providers Market by The Radicati Group, Inc.
April 2, 2012
Sys-Con Media

Oracle today announced that leading analyst firm The Radicati Group, Inc. has ranked Oracle Top Player in the Email Platforms for Service Providers Market, ahead of Zimbra, Microsoft and Openwave, in its “Email Platforms for Service Providers – Market Quadrant 2011” report.


Battle for control of opt-out list
March 16, 2012
Mail & Guardian Online

An email statistics report by the Radicati Research Group in 2009 found that a typical 1,000-user organisation can spend upwards of $1.8-million a year to manage spam.


The State of Spam in 2012 and What You Can Do About It
March 13, 2012
Adotas

According to a study by the Radicati Research Group, spam costs businesses $20.5 billion annually in decreased productivity as well as in technical expenses.


New Study Reveals SharePoint Use Driven by Document Collaboration
March 12, 2012
Snowbound

Market research firm the Radicati Group recently announced results of a new survey gauging the future use of the popular collaboration software.


Google Apps vs. Office 365 Cloud Comparison: Radicati Weighs In
March 7, 2012
Talking Cloud

A new Radicati report, called “Google Apps vs. Microsoft Office 365 – An Analyst Evaluation and Comparison, 2012-2016,” provides an analysis and comparison of the productivity suite applications of Google Apps and MS Office 365 for customers, vendors and investors.


Warning: You May Be an E-hoarder
March 5, 2012
PCWorld

According to the Radicati Group, the typical knowledge worker sends and receives 105 emails each day.


Legal Consequences of Email Blunders
February 7, 2012
JDSupra

It would be a gross understatement to say that email is the medium of choice for business communications in the not-so-new millennium. According to The Radicati Group, about 29.4 billion emails (not including spam and viruses) were sent per day in 2010. Properly used, email is an extremely effective and efficient way to request and share information. Improper or inadvertent use can lead to unintended and, in the legal realm, potentially devastating consequences.


Tech Trends: The Rapid Move to Cloud E-Mail Archiving
February 6, 2012
RedmondMag.com

In 2010, businesses worldwide supported 725 million e-mail accounts, each generating 110 messages a day, according to market research firm The Radicati Group Inc. Those numbers are expected to increase to 950 million accounts generating 119 messages a day in 2014.


Four Unique Services MSPs Should Consider Adding to their Portfolios
February 3, 2012
MSP News

According to The Radicati Group Inc., 35 percent of businesses use or deploy e-discovery solutions, while another 26 percent are interested in using them.


Swamped by email? This tool aims to help.
February 1, 2012
Crain’s NewYorkBusiness.com

If your inbox is scarily full, you’re far from alone. A September 2011 survey by the Radicati Group, a technology market research firm, found that the average corporate worker receives 100 email messages per day and sends 41. All those seemingly quick missives can add up to a huge time drain, eating up a quarter of each worker’s day.


How not to annoy people via e-mail
February 1, 2012
CNN

And catching his eye is critical: Last year, the typical corporate e-mail user sent and received 105 e-mails per day, and 19% of those that made it past the spam filter were, in fact, spam, according to research firm Radicati.


Will social networks kill email?
January 27, 2012
ComputerActive

The market research firm Radicati reported that some nine tenths of all emails sent in 2010 were spam. Nearly 300 billion emails were sent last year, of which 262 billion were spam generated by computer programs rather than genuine messages between people.


Want to Organize Your Email? Go for High Thread Count, Not Folders.
January 23, 2012
AllThingsD

Organizing your inbox might sound tempting. The Radicati Group reports that the average employee spends about 25 percent of their day on email; by 2013, approximately 507 billion email messages will be sent each day.


Sonian Buys Webroot E-mail Archiving Business
January 19, 2012
CRN

The e-mail archiving business, on-premise and cloud-based, is expected to nearly double by 2015 to $4.8 billion, according to market researcher The Radicati Group.


Effective workplace communication
January 18, 2012
Napa Valley Register

Another time-consuming form of communication is the barrage of emails workers receive every day. According to a study by market research firm Radicati Group, Inc., a business person received on average 75 emails per day and sent 37 per day in 2011.


What Happened On the Internet in 2011?
January 18, 2012
PC Magazine

In 2011, there were 3.146 billion email accounts across the globe, Royal Pingdom said, citing an email statistics report from tech research firm the Radicati Group.


Driving Sales on a Budget — Part 1
January 17, 2012
ChannelPartnersOnline.com

The number of worldwide email accounts is projected to increase from more than 2.9 billion in 2010 to more than 3.8 billion by 2014, according to an April 2010 study from Radicati Group Inc.


Is email about to be deleted? Five predictions for the technology’s future
January 17, 2012
Silicon.com

People now receive on average 110 emails per day, according to a study from research company Radicati.


The Business Finance Store Offers Tips for to Reduce the Burden of E-mail
January 11, 2012
San Francisco Chronicle

A new study by the Radicati Group Inc., a technology market research firm, shows that in 2011, 3.1 billion e-mail accounts existed world-wide. The organization estimates that by 2015 there will be nearly 4.1 billion, an annual growth rate of 7% per year. That means more and more people are using e-mail for a multitude of purposes, such as small business operations.


The technology elite is not the norm
January 4, 2012
Fierce Content Management

If that’s not enough for you, consider that Sara Radicati of The Radicati Group predicted continued growth for email, in a May 20011 report called Email Statistics Report, 2011-2015. “The number of worldwide email accounts is expected to increase from an installed base of 3.1 billion in 2011 to nearly 4.1 billion by year-end 2015. This represents an average annual growth rate of 7 percent over the next four years,” Radicati wrote.

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