The Data Decade Pivots to Software
Why data warehousing, analytics and software are taking center stage as companies harness a new era of artificial intelligence, automation and machine learning.
M&A in 2019: 6 Trends to Watch
After an exceptional year for mergers and acquisitions in 2018, Morgan Stanley bankers expect the market to stay strong, albeit with some shifting dynamics.
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Video consumption continues to surge on mobile. Analyst Simon Flannery explains the impact on wireless network infrastructure and spectrum usage.
Companies want more of your time for new ad units, more video and more compelling social experiences in the coming year, says analyst Brian Nowak.
New ad units and high return on investment push advertising dollars toward large search and social players. Internet analyst Brian Nowak explains.
Direct-to-consumer live-streaming by sports leagues may erode the value of traditional cable bundles. Analyst Ben Swinburne explains.
The willingness of younger viewers to avoid ads is forcing companies dependent on them to find new ad models. Analyst Ben Swinburne explains.
Virtual reality, augmented reality and autonomous cars growing rapidly enough to become a large market. Katy Huberty, IT Hardware Analyst, explains.
Katy Huberty, IT Hardware Analyst, explains how the growth in wearables and the data they collect will favor companies that can capitalize on that data.
Despite recession concerns, the Internet sector is showing growth and higher-than-expected profitability, says Internet Analyst Brian Nowak.
Amid macro volatility, the telecom sector looks like a stable alternative. But how are they faring in the credit markets? Simon Flannery explains.
Smartphone accessibility is changing consumer habits and providing growth for eCommerce, says internet analyst, Brian Nowak.
With consumers viewing ever more content over their broadband connections, video advertising will be key to the shift in ad dollars toward digital.
Extremely reliable, high speed 5G connectivity will enable a new generation of applications. Telecom Services Analyst Simon Flannery explains.
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