Research and Markets: 2009 - 2010 Demand Trend Analysis of the U.S. SMB Collaboration Solutions Market

DUBLIN — (BUSINESS WIRE) — September 24, 2010Research and Markets ( http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/90dc4c/2009_2010_demand) has announced the addition of the " 2009 - 2010 Demand Trend Analysis of the U.S. SMB Collaboration Solutions Market" report to their offering.

Originally limited to email, shared documents, and messaging applications, collaboration solutions have become much broader in scope and scale over the past several years.

A myriad of continually-evolving applications now enable real-time collaboration and sharing via blogs, wikis, white boarding, location-based services, online communities, calendaring, etc.

This report explores the key accelerators and barriers to Collaboration Solutions Adoption within the US SMB market.

Key Topics Covered:

  • Outline
  • Summary of Findings
  • Market Overview
  • Accelerators and Barriers to Collaboration Solutions Adoption
  • Key Barriers to Collaboration Solutions Adoption
  • Technology drivers and their impact on Collaboration Solutions
  • Mobility on the Rise: growth of remote workforces fueling need for collaboration solutions
  • Key Demand Trends
  • 2009 SB Collaborative Applications Usage
  • 2009 MB Collaborative Applications Usage
  • 2009 SB Collaborative Applications - Software-as-a-Service Usage
  • 2009 MB Collaborative Applications - Software-as-a-Service Usage
  • Productivity Suite Software Spending Forecast ($mil)
  • Productivity Suite Software Spending Forecast by Employee Size & Vertical Industry
  • Unified Communications (Audio, Video, Web Conferencing, IM) Spending Forecast (2009-2014)
  • Unified Communications Spending Forecast (2014) by Employee Size and Vertical Industry
  • Audio Conferencing Spending Forecast (2014) by Employee Size and Vertical Industry
  • Video Conferencing Spending Forecast (2014) by Employee Size and Vertical Industry
  • Web Conferencing Spending Forecast (2014) by Employee Size and Vertical Industry
  • Instant Messaging Spending Forecast (2014) by Employee Size and Vertical Industry
  • Social Networking Use Now Widespread Among SMBs and is a Key Driver of New Forms of Collaboration
  • Social Media Allows SMBs to Collaborate Beyond Company Walls Without a Significant IT Investment
  • Social Media Platforms such as Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter gaining in SMB usage for core business purposes
  • Implications for Vendor Success

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