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The Rise, Fall, And Rise Again Of The Integrated Developer Toolchain
And this is where DevOps tool vendors now see opportunity. The mounting tax of maintaining tools has grown so extensive that offering an all-in-one solution may just be the trick to get development teams unstuck and the innovation train rolling even faster.
DevOps  Forrester  idea  development  Cox’s  m&a  surveys  links  via:Workflow 
6 days ago by cote
It’s Time To Transform Insurance Claims
Protecting customers in times of duress is the basic purpose of insurance, and yet only 57% of US online adults feel confident that their insurance company will treat them fairly when they have a claim.[1] Poor claims experiences have immediate business effect. In the UK, 71% of property & casualty insurance customers would consider switching providers if they had a bad claims experience.[2]
Forrester  insurance  surveys  digitaltransformation  links  via:Workflow 
6 days ago by cote
Ahead of Zoom’s IPO, new report says Microsoft repeatedly tried to acquire video conferencing company
A recent survey of IT pros found that Skype for Business is the most popular workplace collaboration app, beating out competitors like Slack and Google Hangouts.
Videoconferencing  surveys  zoom  Skype  Microsoft  links  via:Workflow 
5 weeks ago by cote
Women more at risk of job automation
In 2017, ONS found 1.5 million roles in England were at risk of having elements of their tasks automated, including roles such as retail cashiers, manufacturing plant employees and waiting staff, many of which are more likely to be filled by women.
Gender  surveys  labor  links  via:Workflow 
8 weeks ago by cote
2019 Outlook Demand Environment Flattens a
Between 2015 and 2018 Huawei’s share rose from 24% to 28%; Nokia’s dipped from 20% to 17% and Ericsson’s from 15% to 13%. An escalation in the war on Huawei might prompt Beijing to retaliate by kicking Western firms out of China.

That would be a blow to the Nordic duo. China accounted for 10% of Ericsson’s 211bn krona ($24.2bn) in global sales last year. The company runs two research and development sites in China. Nokia derives a similar share of revenues from the Chinese mainland, Hong Kong and Taiwan. Extra sales in Europe in the event of a Huawei ban would not offset losses in China, argues Pierre Ferragu of New Street Research, not least because the Chinese will launch 5g a year or two earlier.

More important, worries Börje Ekholm, chief executive of Ericsson, a ban on Huawei would slow down the launch of 5g in Europe
Containers  charts  spending  surveys  links  via:Workflow 
8 weeks ago by cote
Facebook's local news project frustrated – by lack of local newspapers
The definition of not enough:

> The company deems a community unsuitable for Today In if it cannot find a single day in a month with at least five news items available to share.

And:

> Some 1,800 newspapers have closed in the US over the last 15 years, according to the University of North Carolina. Newsroom employment has declined by 45% as the industry struggles with a broken business model partly caused by the success of companies on the internet – including Facebook.
News  newspapers  surveys  Facebook  links  via:Workflow 
9 weeks ago by cote
Execs think more optimistically about app dev practices than reality
> The same HBR survey found that 61 percent expect software release cycles to be three months or less, but only 27 percent of their companies actually achieve that goal. The takeaway is that executives aren’t hands-on enough to know how much time software development takes. Without a deeper understanding, they are prime targets for salesmen pitching digital transformation nirvana.
devops  charts  surveys  digitaltransformation  google 
12 weeks ago by cote
What’s next for 2019? Influencer marketing trends
> Technology is not favoured on Instagram, accounting for just one percent of posts. A quarter of all sponsored posts cover fashion, followed by food (12 percent) and entertainment (11 percent).
surveys  marketsizing  instagram  advertising  web2.0  charts 
december 2018 by cote
Cloud Comfort Level is Growing, Survey Finds
> Cloud Foundry Foundation reported that more than 50 percent of companies it surveyed are developing at least 60 percent of their applications on cloud platform. That total is up sharply—13 percent—from the group’s last survey released in March.

Demographics:

> ClearPath Strategies conducted this wave of quantitative research as part of the Global Perception Study on behalf of Cloud Foundry Foundation from September 2 to 17, 2018. The survey consisted of 600 interviews of IT professionals and execs, covering 11 geographies (Canada, China, Germany, Hong Kong (SAR), Ireland, India, Japan, Singapore, South Korea, UK, US) and was offered in five languages corresponding to those geographies.
surveys  cff  cloudnative  digitaltransformation 
december 2018 by cote
Exclusive poll: America sours on social media giants
> About 40% of Americans still feel that social media is a net positive for society. Overall, 65% of people say smartphones have made their quality of life better.

And people are concerned about misinformation in THE SOCIAL.
techethics  web2.0  mobile  surveys  marketsizing  politics 
november 2018 by cote
DigitalOcean Survey Results Reveal the State of Open Source
"Nearly three quarter of developers surveyed say that their company expects them to use open source software to do their job. When deciding what projects to use, their companies place a premium on widely adopted technology (63%) with good documentation (48%) and active maintainers (42%)."
surveys  opensource 
october 2018 by cote
Why Digital Workplace Apps Are Not Producing Great Customer Experiences
> 16 percent of respondents rate their digital experience offering in the top 25 percent.
> 26 percent rated digital banking experiences as in the bottom half of digital experiences.
> 49 percent rated digital government experiences in the bottom half.
digitaltransformation  surveys  gartner  design  ux 
october 2018 by cote
Add It Up: FaaS ≠ Serverless
> Despite attempts to educate the market, we still believe the word “serverless” connotes many different things, especially for the 79 percent of organizations that plan to adopt serverless architecture but have not planned to use FaaS in the next 18 months.

Oh boy.
serverless  faas  surveys  cloudnative  cloud 
october 2018 by cote
Barely a third of outsourcing deals are now safe: Window-dressing legacy engagements is over - Enterprise Irregulars
People want to change the nature of outsourcing:

> As this year’s State of Operations and Outsourcing study of 381 enterprise operations leaders across the Global 2000 reveals, only 30% of these relationships will continue to operate in the old model, while a similar number will stick with their service provider if they can have a shift towards business outcome pricing and a degree of automation applied. 27% have already given up on shifting the model with their current provider and have declared their attention to switch, while 17% want to end the misery and focus on bringing the work back inhouse, and look to simply automate it.
surveys  outsourcing  digitaltransformation  hfs 
september 2018 by cote
“Gartner also found that there was a greater reliance on third-party developers in governments than other sectors, with more than half saying they used them. This is in contrast to 41 per cent over all the six industries surveyed, which comprised financ
Just over half of government IT work relies on outsourcing, 10% higher than private sector average: “Gartner also found that there was a greater reliance on third-party developers in governments than other sectors, with more than half saying they used them.... This is in contrast to 41 per cent over all the six industries surveyed, which comprised financial services, government, manufacturing, retail, healthcare and education.”

The y/y for the last five years would be interesting to see.
outsourcing  govt  surveys  gartner 
september 2018 by cote
Data center staff are aging faster than the equipment
"New skills, such as overseeing and managing SLAs for off-premises workloads, are needed, but people don’t have them. Just 35 percent of survey respondents reported that they did not have any of the hiring or staffing issues identified by Uptime."
surveys  uptime  jobs  hiring  SysAdmin  ops 
september 2018 by cote
New Common Sense Media survey finds more positives than negatives in teen use of social media
‘“Overall, Common Sense said teens are more likely to view social media as a good thing in their emotional lives. For example, 16 percent said using social media makes them feel less depressed and 25 percent said they feel less lonely, compared to 3 percent who said social media use made them feel more depressed or lonely. The report states that even though teen social media use has skyrocketed in six years, “teens are no more likely to report having a negative reaction to social media on any of these (emotional well-being) measures today than they were in 2012.”’
socialmedia  charts  thekids  surveys 
september 2018 by cote
Transform Your Corporate Culture With These 5 Proven Steps
“A 2017 Gallup report found only 33 percent of US employees said they were engaged at work. This surprisingly low rate has serious consequences: their actively disengaged colleagues are estimated to have cost the US between $483 and $605 billion annually in lost productivity.”
work  sentiment  hr  surveys 
september 2018 by cote
Three imperatives for federal agencies to capitalize on digital transformation
Just getting some basic design-think in there would probably solve most problems: ‘Nine in 10 respondents believe their agency “needs to spend more time on improving the usability of technology, as opposed to the development of the technology itself.”’
design  surveys  govt  digitaltransformation 
september 2018 by cote
Google sets Kubernetes free with $9m in its pocket for expenses
“CNCF has reason to be magnanimous beyond the Chocolate Factory prize money – cloud-oriented enterprise software is all the rage. According to CNCF stats published on Wednesday, production usage of CNCF projects has increased more than 200 per cent on average since December 2017 and evaluation – companies testing said code – has risen 372 per cent.... Among CNCF survey respondents – 2,400 IT-types mostly from the US and Europe – 40 per cent of those from enterprise companies (5,000+ employees) report running Kubernetes in production. Over the whole set of people answering the survey, 58 per cent said they are using Kubernetes in production, with 42 per cent considering it for future deployment.”
cloudnative  surveys  containers  opensource  kubernetes 
august 2018 by cote
Government CIOs Must Resist Transformation Hype and Focus on Digital Optimization
Some points:

- focus on using existing data more, in new ways.

- usually, it’s jus optimization

- good chart of types of projects.
gartner  govt  digitaltransformation  surveys 
august 2018 by cote
The Trouble with Cloud “Repatriation”
“Forty-seven (47%) percent of them said improving performance/availability was one of the main reasons for leveraging multiple infrastructure environments.”
charts  multicloud  surveys  cloud  451 
august 2018 by cote
Here are five hidden trends in corporate America’s travel and expenses as online services take over
Spending in the $1.4 trillion business travel market, of the non-travel type:

“Starbucks is clearly not just for coffee, according to corporate expense receipts. On average, employees spent $13.21 per visit to Starbucks in 2017, up nearly 40 percent since 2013. That means people are buying more than just coffee, which costs about $4, depending on your order. Certify CEO Bob Neveu credits spending on Starbucks’ increasing variety of food options, in addition to rising prices, for the increase.”
spending  travel  surveys 
july 2018 by cote
Employee Surveys Are Still One of the Best Ways to Measure Engagement
If people don’t fill out the HR survey, there’s a higher chance they’re about to punch-out: “People who don’t fill out either of our two annual surveys are 2.6 times more likely to leave in the next six months.”
work  hr  surveys 
july 2018 by cote
Containers and serverless functions - a modern architecture needs both and more
“While it’s unclear whether cost savings are the primary motivation for PaaS adoption, 62 percent of IT leaders (presumably a subset that omits developers and operations people) cite saving at least $100,000 by using PaaS instead of traditional development techniques.”

Also, summary of latest CFF survey and few other vendor sponsored surveys on PaaS, containers, and serverless.
containers  sentiment  surveys  cff 
july 2018 by cote
Gartner Says Employees in Germany Report Lower Discretionary Effort than Global Average
“German employees’ discretionary effort fell below the global industry average, according to the latest worldwide research by Gartner. High employee discretionary effort, which is the willingness to go above and beyond in one’s job, was reported by 12.6 percent of employees in Germany in 1Q18, a nearly four percentage point drop from the previous quarter and below the global average of 15.2 percent.”

Sort of a weird survey, over 22,000 people globally.

Hot take: I’m sure employees would be very willing to go “above and beyond” if employers compensation also went “above and beyond.”
work  surveys  gartner  germany  sentiment  hr 
june 2018 by cote
CIOs planning to snub Oracle for other cloudy vendors – analyst
“Murphy has told clients that a survey of 154 CIOs revealed negative spending intentions towards Oracle, with CNBC reporting that his note said just 2 per cent of respondents said Oracle was their most integral vendor for cloud computing. In contrast, 27 per cent chose Microsoft and 12 per cent opted for Oracle CTO Larry Ellison's cloudy nemesis Amazon. The analyst's note added that CIOs have told the analysts they are migrating off Big Red and onto Microsoft SQL Server, Amazon databases and PostgreSQL.”
usage  databases  surveys  oracle 
june 2018 by cote
Enterprises taking path of greatest resistance to cloud, survey shows
Still a lot of stuff on-premises, and people want to move it to public cloud:

'More than 80 percent of respondents have more than 100 applications under their purview, and a solid majority have a good deal still managed on-premises. The survey finds 74 percent stating at least half of these applications are on-premises. Another 71 percent of respondents see many of their on-premises applications as mission-critical to their business.'

How they're moving apps:

'Yet, the report's authors state, "enterprises are choosing the path of most resistance, unintentionally creating a self-induced cloud skills gap." That consists of cloud migration strategies that require the highest degree of IT skills -- 49 percent cited refactoring or rewriting applications as their primary modernization strategy.

'One in five, 20 percent, say they are rewriting core applications from scratch using cloud-native PaaS services. Another 28 percent are refactoring applications for the cloud using cloud-natuive and traditional applications. Another 20 percent are outright replacing applications with SaaS-based applications. About 12 percent are taking a "lift-and-shift" approach to simply move entire applications to hosted services.'

Survey of 450 "executive," by 451 Research.
surveys  migration  privatecloud  modernization  451  publiccloud 
june 2018 by cote
What’s really driving digital transformation globally? IDC has answers
IDC survey on digital transformation says organizations are motivated to get more “productivity” and be more competitive, among other survey findings. And, as always, “the biggest barriers are people oriented.”
IDC  infor  surveys  digitaltransformation 
june 2018 by cote
The State Of The Kubernetes Ecosystem
Overview of the (vendor) players.

Also:

- "According to predictions from 451 Research, the market is set to grow from $762 million in 2016 to $2.7 billion by 2020."

- “A Forrester study found that 66% of organizations who adopted containers experienced accelerated developers efficiency, while 75% of companies achieved a moderate to significant increase in application deployment speed.”
kubernetes  marketsizing  451  Forrester  surveys  overviews  startups  cloudnative  profiltes 
june 2018 by cote
Does Your Company Have an AI Strategy, Really?
“A global survey of more than 3,000 executives by the Boston Consulting Group and MIT’s Sloan Management Review found that 84 percent of respondents believe AI will enable them to obtain or sustain a competitive advantage, 83 percent feel AI is a strategic priority for their businesses today, and 75 percent are counting on AI to open opportunities for new businesses and ventures.”

Also, a generalized set of questions for thinking through what AI stuff to do and strategize about in the enterprise.
ai  surveys  evaluating 
may 2018 by cote
Is the internet good or bad for society? Americans are having a tougher time deciding.
"The percentage of people who think the internet is good for society is shrinking. Roughly 70 percent of American adults who use the internet believe it’s mostly good for society, down from 76 percent in 2014, Pew found."

And:

"About 64 percent of online adults over 65 say the internet has been “a mostly good thing for society,” Pew wrote. In 2014, that number was 78 percent."
charts  sentiment  internet  media  surveys  age  pew 
may 2018 by cote
More Firms Look for Revenue Boost from Tech Innovation, CIOs
“In a survey of 767 business executives at tech-focused firms around the world, revenue growth was cited as the top metric to measure the success or failure of tech innovation in their organizations, followed by market share and return on investment, KPMG said this week.”
digitaltransformation  surveys  metrics 
may 2018 by cote
Whoa, Gartner drops a truth bomb: Blockchain is overhyped and top IT bods don't want it
“In its annual survey of IT leaders, the analyst firm found that just 1 per cent are already using blockchain and only 8 per cent plan to experiment with it in the short term.

“In contrast, a third of the 293 respondents said they had no interest in blockchain, and a further 43 per cent said they had no action planned but the tech was "on the radar" – hardly surprising given that it's thrown into just about every product announcement going.”
surveys  blockchain  gartner 
may 2018 by cote
The Top Challenges Kubernetes Users Face with Deployment
“The results show that complexity — a common criticism of Kubernetes — is only the fifth most cited challenge. In the lead are infrastructure-related challenges. Security was cited by 46 percent of Kubernetes users, with networking and storage coming in second and third place.”
cncf  kubernetes  cloudnative  surveys 
may 2018 by cote
Digital is a long-term objective, CEOs warned
“If you remember the shift from WAP banking to app banking – this took eight years, and it was a relatively superficial change. But a deeper change to the product and services of your business can take 10 or more year – some will even take 15 years. The risk for business leaders is that some people believe you can do it in three years.”
gartner  surveys  digitaltransformation 
may 2018 by cote
The Sorry State of Digital Transformation in 2018
Organizations talk a lot about transformation, but their actions don't always back it up:

"To find out the state of digital transformation, we surveyed 1,600 business and IT decision-makers in North American and European enterprises. The answer? Sorry, I’m afraid. As you can see from the picture below, 21% of firms think their transformation is dusted and done. Really? Done? And another 22% are investigating or not transforming at all. And while 56% of firms are transforming, their level of investment and scope of transformation are still mostly small. For example, only 34% of banks and insurers are even bothering to transform marketing and only 45% are transforming customer care — a too-small percentage given consumers’ of mass adoption of mobile devices.

"Why? As one respondent put it, “It’s a war between old-school technophobe leaders and the technology innovation that represents a completely different way of doing business.”
surveys  digitaltransformation  banking  forrester  cloudnative  charts 
april 2018 by cote
Modeling the future enterprise: people, purpose, and profit
"One answer is in a straightforward metric—how new technologies like cloud, cognitive, mobile, IoT, mobile, etc., impact industries via the gross domestic product (GDP) by industry by region. Looking at the improvement opportunities in healthcare, energy, government, and the supply chain, among other domains, IDC has identified $18.5 trillion in annual economic value add by 2020. That’s a 25% increase in global GDP."
idc  digitaltransformation  surveys  infor 
april 2018 by cote
DellEMC/ESG survey on digital transformation
The usual “transform of die” types of points, intermixed with some analysis of cost-savings. It seems to lack y/y comparisons with the previous year. Nonetheless, a good bank of such stuff if you want to comment on organization’s desires to transform and their beliefs about the positive effect it’ll have.
digitaltransformation  surveys  dellemc 
april 2018 by cote
Insurers go all-out on mobile, but what comes next is elusive
“74% of Canadians begin their insurance research journey online, with 25% of those using a smartphone only. Further 61% of this segment will immediately abandon a broker’s website if not considered mobile-friendly, and a full 50% of Canadian consumers believe that if a company does not have a mobile website it does not care about that customer’s business”

Better have a mobile app.
mobile  surveys  insurance 
april 2018 by cote
Gartner Survey Reveals Business Value or Benefits Realization Is the Leading IT Cost-Optimization Priority for CIOs
Saving money to spend it on new, growth driving projects:

"The survey findings highlight how cost optimization has become a business-focused, continuous discipline that drives spending and cost reduction, while maximizing business value (see Figure 1)," said Stewart Buchanan, research vice president at Gartner. "It's not enough to simply reduce IT spending; CIOs must reinvest in growth and transformation to deliver more value. Those who fail to engage in optimization risk having savings decisions imposed on them by an advisory organization with less understanding of IT or digital technology opportunities."

See the chart as well.
priorities  surveys  gartner  digitaltransformation 
april 2018 by cote
Survey Shows Cloud and DevOps Complexity and Culture Concerns
"The findings, based on more than 1,300 responses from DevOps and IT professionals, showed the top barriers to DevOps adoption involve stagnant organizational cultures (according to 22 percent of respondents); managing the jumble of legacy processes, IT infrastructure and newly created cloud environments (21 percent); and growing software complexity that impacts application modernization initiatives (20 percent). "

And:

"DevOps teams are still highly dependent on IT assistance to help deliver infrastructure, often through a ticket-based process. About 27 percent of those surveyed get access to the necessary infrastructure and environments within one day. But nearly 50 percent must wait up to one month for infrastructure access, while 24 percent wait for more than a month, particularly those with distributed teams."
surveys  cloudnative  digitaltransformation  automation  devops 
march 2018 by cote
IT staff will need to retrain when automation deskills their jobs
Gartner “predicted that, by 2020, 75% of organisations will experience visible business disruptions because of I&O skills gaps – a big jump from less than 20% in 2016.”
surveys  work  gartner  ops  digitaltransformation 
march 2018 by cote
Insurers lag behind other financial services in adopting digital technologies
"Health insurance companies are the most positive about their digital transformation, with 20% of respondents believing they were either moderately or significantly ahead of other sectors."
insurance  surveys  digitaltransformation 
march 2018 by cote
Digital Twin initiatives set to take enterprise center stage: Gartner
“Gartner revealed the results of a survey which suggests that 48 percent of companies which are already enjoying the benefits of IoT are using, or plan to use Digital Twin by the end of 2018.”
gartner  surveys  iot 
march 2018 by cote
Millennials: A tale of two generations
‘The oldest Millennials are now in their mid 30s and finally "settling down," which leads to heightened concerns about finances, kids and home buying, while the youngest Millennials are still pursuing their education.’

Chock full of survey info and demographic stuff.
surveys  thekids  milinials  demographics 
march 2018 by cote
DevOps success is about culture, culture culture
As ever, just getting a build pipeline in place is the big, important first step that most need to make: “Continuous integration remains a top priority for development teams with 63 percent of respondents saying they plan to invest in CI tools in 2018. Nearly half of all respondents (47 percent) strongly agree that practicing continuous integration alleviates blockers in the development process. In addition to CI, automation is increasingly top of mind for software professionals as half of respondents report delays in testing, while 58 percent report delays in planning. As a result, 36 percent of IT managers plan to invest in automation tools in 2018 to alleviate these pain points.”

Vendor survey from GitLab: “5,296 software developers, CTOs and software professionals, conducted.”
digitaltransformation  cicd  gitlab  surveys  devops 
march 2018 by cote
The Hidden Costs of Cloud Adoption
Despite it being aw some, you still have to pay for public cloud, and it's pay as you go:

'“Cloud is an inexpensive and easily accessible technology,” the infrastructure survey concludes. “People consume more, thereby spending more, and forget to control or limit their consumption."'

So:

"the market analyst found that 34 percent of enterprises polled said they have over the last year moved applications and data from a public cloud to either hosted private or on-premises private cloud."
451  surveys  privatecloud  cloud  digitaltransformation 
march 2018 by cote
Yes, DevOps is all about business growth, especially the digital variety
Vendor survey, but whatever: “A survey of 1,300 executives just released by CA Technologies and Freeform Dynamics finds that while 75 percent recognize that these approaches drive significant business success when implemented together, only a relatively small proportion -- about one in five -- consider the consistency, depth and breadth of usage of these practices to be high.”
ca  devops  surveys  freeformdynamics 
march 2018 by cote
Foreign-Born Engineers Dominate Bay Area Tech Jobs
“Nearly three-quarters of Silicon Valley women who work in computer, mathematical, architectural, and engineering occupations were born outside of the U.S., mostly in Asia. That includes nearly 79 percent of those in computer and mathematical professions. The data showed slightly more than 70 percent of men in those professions are foreign born.”
gender  techethics  surveys  work  Tech  immigration 
march 2018 by cote
Will UK lose global business and tech leader status post-Brexit?
‘James Governor, Analyst at RedMonk said: “Brexit will be the biggest systemic shock to British business in the more than 70 years. The scale of change will require an unprecedented investment in IT, with in-house application development becoming more important than ever to deal with complexity.”’
UK  brexit  redmonk  surveys  pivotal  staffing 
february 2018 by cote
Brexit could see UK lose status as global business leader
“The study also suggests that software might be the solution to these upcoming problems. Almost all (93 per cent) of CIOs and 84 per cent of ITDMs have said that the ability to create their own software is essential for preparing an organisation for the effects of Brexit.”
brexit  staffing  UK  surveys  pivotal 
february 2018 by cote
Almost half of CIOs plan to deploy artificial intelligence enterprise solutions | ZDNet
"According to the CIO agenda survey, four percent of CIOs have already implemented AI in some fashion, but a further 46 percent have plans to follow suit. In addition, 20 percent of CIOs worldwide have pilot AI programs in the pipeline for implementation in the near future." But, wait: "However, not every AI pilot will be a success. Gartner believes that up to 85 percent of projects will not deliver due to data bias, poor team management, or unsuitable algorithms."
analytics  surveys  planning  ai 
february 2018 by cote
Largest insurers plan biggest IT budget increases
"Thirty-six percent of those reported premium over $1 billion per year; those companies also said they planned to increase IT budgets by about 11% on average. Carriers between $500 million and $1 billion in premium plan an average increase of 5%."
spending  verticals  numbers  surveys  digitaltransformation  forecasts 
february 2018 by cote
Gartner Survey Shows Organizations Are Slow to Advance in Data and Analytics
Still waiting for BI👉analytics👉big data👉AI/ML to hit the big time: “The global survey asked respondents to rate their orgs according to Gartner's 5 levels of maturity for data & analytics…. 60% of respondents…rated themselves in the lowest 3 levels.”
gartner  analytics  ai  surveys  ml  bi 
february 2018 by cote
Internet usage among the kids
‘Forty percent of children ages 0-8 have their own tablet device, up from less than 1% in 2011, according to Common Sense Media’s national ”Media Use by Kids“ census.’
surveys  techethics  tablets  thekids 
february 2018 by cote
GDPR requests to take thousands of hours a month, says survey
“Large enterprises expect to get an average 246 GDPR enquiries per month, for which they will need to search 43 databases (seven minutes per search). They will spend more than 1,259 hours on this, which equates to nearly 60 hours of searches per working day or 7.5 employees dedicated solely to GDPR enquiries.”

It’s a database management company doing the survey, but still a good wet finger in the wind
privacy  compliance  surveys  eu  GDPR  numbers 
january 2018 by cote
IoT and the end of business as usual
“if today’s business leaders want to use their influence to promote this society they are so optimistic about, then they need to take the steps necessary to get us there. And that means moving beyond magical thinking and taking a long-term view.”
techethics  surveys  digitaltransformation 
january 2018 by cote
Appian survey: Big obstacles to digital transformation
Vendor survey done with 463 respondants over on DevOps.com, good news topics:

"A lack of IT skills was reported by 82 percent; 91 percent are struggling with technical debt; 20 percent have huge application backlogs of more than 50 new app requests; and 72 per cent said they don't have confidence in being able to scale IT to meet the needs of the business."
numbers  digitaltransformation  surveys  appdev 
january 2018 by cote
Who's using 2FA? Sweet FA. Less than 1 in 10 Gmail users enable two-factor authentication
“less than 10 per cent of active Google accounts use two-step authentication to lock down their services. He also pointed out that a Pew study in 2016 showed only around 12 per cent of web users have a password manager to protect their accounts.”
2fa  security  gmail  surveys  passwords 
january 2018 by cote
Green light for IT spending in 2018
“fully 50% of the 872 respondents said their company is giving a ‘green light’ for IT spending. That was the highest reading since 2007, and 13 basis points higher than the average survey response for the month of November for the previous five years”
charts  IT  spending  surveys  451 
january 2018 by cote
Complexity bolsters valuations for infrastructure software
In a recent 451 Research survey: “between 2017 and 2019 the amount of IT workloads running on the cloud is expected to increase to 60% from 45%.”
onpremises  publiccloud  m&a  plans  privatecloud  surveys 
january 2018 by cote
To detractors, he's a buffoon; to dealmakers, he's a boon
“By a more than two-to-one margin, respondents to the 451 Research Tech Corporate Development Outlook Survey said the Trump White House will help spur M&A in 2018. Specifically, 59% said the current administration will 'stimulate' dealmaking this year, compared with just 23% saying it will 'inhibit' dealmaking.”
m&a  trump  surveys 
january 2018 by cote
Do Your Customers Actually Want a “Smart” Version of Your Product?
Figuring out product management for home automation/IoT. Plus a sampling of market-sizing and penetration stats.
IoT  numbers  marketsize  surveys 
january 2018 by cote
Feel like a little kid in the container world? Welcome to the club
“industry adoption more accurately reflected in 451 Research's survey data that pegs adoption at 27 per cent. Of those 27 per cent of enterprises that have container religion, just 52 per cent are running containers in production, according to the same survey. In other words, a mere 13.5 per cent (or so) of enterprises are running containers in production.”
451  surveys  cloudnative  usage  marketshare  mattasay  containers 
january 2018 by cote
Is everything you think you know about depression wrong?
‘between 2011 and 2012, the polling company Gallup conducted the most detailed study ever carried out of how people feel about the thing we spend most of our waking lives doing – our paid work. They found that 13% of people say they are “engaged” in their work – they find it meaningful and look forward to it. Some 63% say they are “not engaged”, which is defined as “sleepwalking through their workday”. And 24% are “actively disengaged”: they hate it.’

More:

‘To them, finding an antidepressant didn’t mean finding a way to change your brain chemistry. It meant finding a way to solve the problem that was causing the depression in the first place.’
depression  work  books  surveys  psycology 
january 2018 by cote
What Successful Digital Transformations Have in Common
Some good little zingers, if you trust the interpretation which is a bit wild at times.
digitaltransformation  surveys 
january 2018 by cote
Private cloud TCO and such, from 451
“private cloud can be a less expensive option for enterprises than public cloud. Forty-one percent of 150 IT decision-makers surveyed in February 2017 as part of a custom 451 Research project for VMware claimed to be operating their own private clouds at lower unit costs than public cloud.”
451  surveys  privatecloud  roi  numbers 
january 2018 by cote
The 2017 State of Digital Transformation, Altimeter
Not too bad for a passel of figures on digital transformation.

n="For this report, Altimeter, a Prophet Company worked with Phronesis Partners to conduct a survey of 528 qualified digital transformation strategists and executives leading change within their companies. Respondents were from companies in varied industries, with more than 250 employees, in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, France, and Germany."
surveys  digitaltransformation 
december 2017 by cote
Fear of Automation
“What this ignores, for the 50% that thinks the Internet is good, is that without it, and the automation and communication it has enabled, the workplace would be very different today. And that is one way the creep of insidious automation has been taking over.”
surveys  automation  work  numbers 
december 2017 by cote
Report: Women make up just 17% of IT workforce, paid 15% less than men • The Register
Fewer than one in five IT workers in the UK are female and those that do carve a living from the industry are paid – on average – 15 per cent less than men, a…
IFTTT  via:Instapaper  gender  surveys  UK  work  hiring  diversity 
december 2017 by cote
Tech Ageism and the Myth of the ‘Digital Native’
“According to the data, he said, older workers are more loyal, as measured by how long they hold a job. Once they get a job, they stay put. Contrast this to turnover rates for mid-twenties, which are up to 40 percent. By the late twenties, this rate drops to 20 percent and drops again to 10 percent for employees in their early 30s.... The cost of replacing a tech worker, as measured in lost productivity and new employee ramp up, is generally ballparked at around 150 percent of base salary, said Weisbeck. So this should not be an insignificant consideration when hiring, since companies who often cite lower employee costs for hiring younger workers.”
work  surveys  thekids  age  hiring 
november 2017 by cote
Multi-Cloud Begets Confusion, Calls for Automation
One reason is confusion over how enterprises define multi-cloud: Just over half of those polled defined it as including a combination of either public or private clouds along with on-premise infrastructure. (That is also a widely accepted definition of "hybrid clouds".) Meanwhile, 23 percent of respondents said multi-cloud includes all three: public and private clouds along with their own datacenters.
Surveys  bmc  cloud  hybridcloud  privatecloud  links  via:Workflow 
november 2017 by cote
Digital transformation may be overhyped, but so is business as usual
“The fact that only 37% of companies are doing something about it is not promising. At the same time, 31.4% of companies say that the top challenge to digital transformation is low digital literacy or expertise among employees and leadership. We also learned that 31% of companies view digital transformation as a cost center.”
surveys  digitaltransformation 
november 2017 by cote
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