Altman Solon highlights how companies are driving innovation and customization with AI and how technology leaders should proactively consider AI in their product roadmap.
Altman Solon analyzes the rise of the cloud partner channel and multi-cloud strategy benefits.
Fewer Happy E-Commerce Returns: Smooth supply chain, smart returns policies can heal e-commerce pain points
Discover how online retailers can realign their supply chain processes to supercharge the e-commerce returns experience.
To assess the telecommunications sector’s sentiments on generative AI and understand the current and future adoption of this technology, Altman Solon worked with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to survey 100 senior business leaders at Tier...
AI on set: Understanding the tech stack and infrastructure requirements of the entertainment industry
At a time when streaming giants are tightening their belts, AI can create cost savings and efficiencies by automating labor-intensive tasks and optimizing workflows.
Discover Altman Solon’s strategy for digital publishers to navigate the rise of generative AI and maximize digital content monetization.
Apple Enters the AR/VR Headset Market: Will this be an iPhone moment or just another device in a crowded field?
Apple Enters the AR/VR Device Market: Will this be an iPhone moment or just another device in a crowded field?
This article explores how Apple’s first virtual reality headset, the Vision Pro, competes in the existing AR/VR marketplace and what retailers, content providers, insurance providers, and carriers should know to navigate the changing market.
The automotive industry is speeding toward an electric future. In recent years, U.S. sales of electric vehicles (EVs) have more than doubled – with growth in Germany and the U.K. close behind.
Cloud Partners Double Down on Analytics, Security, and Multi-Cloud Specializations as the Ecosystem Matures
The Field Services Market: New “Normal” of Hybrid Work Drives the Quest for the “Ultimate Hybrid Work Bundle”
From Unbanked to Cutting-Edge: The Opportunity for Telecom Providers to Expand Financial Accessibility in Emerging Markets
Consumers Increasingly Choose Gaming Platforms for Social Experiences, Driving Convergence Across Social Media
As processors have moved from highly concentrated environments to highly distributed ones, use cases have proliferated and become more specialized.
Amid the almost daily news of cyberattacks on industry and government, cybersecurity solutions vendors and enterprise business and security leadership have rightfully focused on characterizing risk and developing strategies to protect against breaches and to recover after successful attacks.
Evolving and increasingly effective cybersecurity threat agents elevate risk across all sectors and the entire telecommunications and technology continuum – from the network to the edge.
The fierce battle for the public cloud features three top tech titans – Amazon, Microsoft, and Google – in what will be a long and bruising competition for customers and revenue.
The negative macroeconomic effects of COVID-19 have been swift and unprecedented. The job losses, driven in large part by massive cuts across retail, travel, and hospitality sectors, have been historically bad, but the economic fallout...
Assessing a cloud managed service provider and evaluating their future potential depends on both market growth and unique company capabilities and relationships.
Assessing data center operations and evaluating their future potential is strongly dependent on local and regional dynamics.
Global gaming poised for tectonic shift as gamers embrace subscription services, show interest in cloud-based gaming
The video game industry is poised for another transformation as subscription services become more prevalent and interest in cloud-based gaming grows, according to Altman Solon’s 2020 International Consumer Gaming Survey.
Software firms transitioning to SaaS saw market capitalizations rise nearly 300% while revenues and margins remained mostly flat: These valuations seem hard to justify today, and will be harder to justify tomorrow.
As Thanos, the main villain in Avengers: Endgame, famously found out: nothing is inevitable. Today, it seems like the eventual migration of all workloads to Cloud environments is inevitable.