Digital Economy - E-Commerce and M-Commerce Insights
E-Commerce and m-commerce have become very important areas of focus for mobile operators, Internet media players, financial institutions and payment processing firms alike. It has become very competitive and in 2011 there have been a number of key developments, particularly in the mobile digital wallet space. Websites which offer “deals of the day” such as Groupon have also become very popular.
The following report includes recent industry insights and information on the e-commerce and m-commerce sectors. The report includes selected information on the leading trends in this sector and explores some of the activities of companies such as Google and PayPal. The report is designed to provide current observations which may assist investors, analysts and industry participants in making investment and business decisions.
It provides a broad overview of the global market and incorporates valuable market insights. The report includes case studies written by BuddeComm's senior analysts that provide a market overview of a developed market (USA) and an emerging market (China).
Last Update: 30 May 2011 Number of Pages: 30
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Digital Economy - E-Government Insights
E-government services have been widely available in many countries for a number of years now and the sector is beginning to evolve with attention tuning towards cloud computing, green e-government, mobile services and citizen participation.
This report provides broad information on e-government development and identifies the leading governments around the world. It discusses common applications and the benefits and barriers to e-government. This report is designed to provide current observations which may assist investors, analysts and industry participants in making investment and business decisions.
Last Update: 18 Nov 2010 Number of Pages: 14
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Digital Economy - E-Health Insights
BuddeComm believes that the alternative to not embracing e-health is to accept a significantly inferior healthcare service in the future. Countries that are lagging in broadband infrastructure developments are going to face, not just a telecoms dilemma - but, more importantly, they are going to face a health crisis. The following report includes recent industry insights on the e-health sector and also provides global market summary including two case studies. The report is designed to provide current observations which may assist investors, analysts and industry participants in making investment and business decisions.
Last Update: 10 Jun 2011 Number of Pages: 21
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Digital Media - Broadcasting - Digital TV
The broadcasting industry has experienced incredible changes over the past 12 months or so due to competitive and challenging market conditions combined with advances in technology. The developed world has moved closer and closer to all digital broadcasting and over the next five years, digital technologies are set to spread across all segments of the entertainment and media industries. The networks are facing intense competition for viewers and advertising in 2010 (and beyond); which will impact upon cost margins as the broadcasters will be forced to put more money into programming and marketing.
This report provides a global overview of digital TV trends including information on set-top boxes, HDTV and interactive TV. It includes observations on market developments and a brief overview of developments at a regional level. Broad global statistics and forecasts for digital TV are provided.
Last Update: 14 Sep 2010 Number of Pages: 17
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Digital Media - E-Education & E-Science Insights
The digital world continues to influence the growth and development of e-education, with a number of trends emerging in this sector. Cloud computing is beginning to be implemented for use at an operational level, resulting in potential infrastructure cost reductions and administration time. Mobile technology is also beginning to be utilised as an education tool, particularly by academic and healthcare organizations.
There is some evidence that while overall spending on enterprise training has declined in light of the economic downturn; spending on e-learning has growth, with more spending being directed towards this learning method than instructor-led training.
This report provides an overview of e-education and identifies key trends. A case study on Australia is provided as it demonstrates some interesting developments in relation to e-education and a National Broadband Network (NBN). The report also introduces the emerging concept of E-Science. The report is designed to provide current observations which may assist investors, analysts and industry participants in making investment and business decisions.
Last Update: 5 Apr 2011 Number of Pages: 13
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