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  • Is Amazon the Biggest Threat to AWS’ Enterprise Public Cloud Domination?

    Apr 20, 2018, by David McIntire

      Over the last several years, the public IaaS market has grown rapidly, with major public IaaS providers growing at 45% or more annually, as estimated by NelsonHall. However, large enterprises are only moving a small portion of their application landscapes to public cloud, maintaining larger application footprints in private cloud or on-premise environments. This hybrid approach re[...]

  • IoT Platforms: Build or Buy? Implications for Clients & IT Services Vendors

    Apr 03, 2018, by Dominique Raviart

      There is an abundance of IoT platforms on the market. Many technology firms (e.g. IBM Software, AWS, PTC/Thingworx, Microsoft), major manufacturing firms (GE, Siemens, ABB, Bosch, Schneider Electric) and some large IT services vendors (e.g. Accenture, TCS, and Atos via Worldline) have invested in their own IoT platform products. History is repeating itself, as the build or buy que[...]

  • Capita Gears up for London Congestion Charging Contract but at What Price?

    Jan 29, 2014, by NelsonHall Analyst

    Earlier this month Capita confirmed that it had won back the London congestion charging contract from IBM. The contract with TfL is for £145m for five years starting from November 2015, with an additional five-year extension option. The scope of the new contract has expanded to include traffic enforcement notice processing for penalty charge notices for bus lane and yellow box junc[...]

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