John O’Brien Research Director, European Intelligent Application Services Read full bio
Application services providers are under intense pressure to transform themselves to truly support rapid customer innovation at scale. They’re pressured by a lack of skills and capabilities in emerging hot areas like AI, automation, and IoT, and by their sprawling size and complexity, which are often barriers to getting innovation done at speed.
Nino Giguashvili Senior Research Analyst, IDC Health Insights Read full bio
The European life sciences industry is looking at a promising year ahead, with very positive implications for growth in digital investments. In 2019, spending on digital technology is expected to grow in the majority of European life science organizations, even in those markets where expectations regarding general business prospects are relatively modest, as IDC’s recent pan-European survey of life sciences organizations shows.
Martin Stiller Senior Research Analyst, IDC Financial Insights Read full bio
I recently attended The Finovate Europe 2019 trade show, held in London, it provided a stage for 64 international fintech companies to showcase their new products, tools, and ideas in a seven-minute live demo to the 1,000+ attendees, with the aim of attracting bank customers and investors. In this blog, I have examined fintech trends and highlighted some IDC Financial Insights profiles some of the rising stars and emerging technologies.
The launch of two high-profile folded screen smartphones at MWC — both on the 5G standard — has closely associated the new generation networks with a new breed of devices which will liven up a business in which smartphones have all come to look alike.