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Posted in Cloud Computing, Tech Sales Institute, tagged . Check Point Software, Aruba, Avaya, Blue Coat Systems, Brocade, CISCO, Cloud Computing, CSCO, EMC, Enterprise Tech Infrastructure, F5, F5 Networks, Fizz, Fortinet, GOGRID, HPQ, Michael Horsch Fizz, NetApp, Rackspace, RIVERBED, ruckus, SDN NFV, SWOT Review - Strength / Weakness / Opportunity / Threat, Tech Sales Institute, Technology Market Trends and Outlook on August 6, 2014|
Posted in Uncategorized, tagged CISCO, Citrix, Enterprise Tech Infrastructure, F5 Networks, SDN NFV, SWOT, SWOT Review - Strength / Weakness / Opportunity / Threat, Tech Sales Institute, Technology Market Trends and Outlook on April 14, 2014|
Minor WINS. Critical ERRORS. What’s NEXT?
Availability Date: 05/01/2014
Current FCI clients: Verbal SWOT reviews are available through your secured login.
Online Scheduling App: 1) Select Service “Vendor SWOT Review” 2) Select Advisor “Michael Horsch Fizz”.
SWOT price start at $2,200.00
SWOT reviews by request available for most TECH Vendors.
We see sequential Qrt over Qrt growth for Q2 2013 strongest since 2011. FCI clients can schedule consults now to review with Michael.
Posted in Cloud Computing, tagged . Check Point Software, 3PAR, Avaya, Blue Coat Systems, BMC Software, Brocade, CA, CISCO, Citrix, Cloud Computing, Double-Take Software, EMC Corporation, Emulex Corporation, Enterasys, Extreme Networks, F5 Networks, FalconStor Software... Hitachi, Inc McAfee, Inc., Inc. NetApp Inc. Oracle Corporation Sun Microsystems Overland Storage, Inc. NetGear, Inc. QLogic Corporation Quantum Corporation Radware Ltd. Riverbed Technology... SonicWALL, Inc. Sourcefire, Inc. Symantec Corporation Trend Micro Inc. (ADR) VMware, Inc. Websense Inc. 0 0 0 Polycom Tandberg (Cisco) Radvision NetScout solarwinds redhat fortinet, Joyent, Ltd. (ADR) Hewlett-Packard Company Intl. Business Machines… Juniper Networks, NaviSite, PaaS, Rackspace, RIVERBED, Technology Market Trends and Outlook, Terramark, verizon on September 26, 2011| Leave a Comment »
The IT spending forecasts we provide are up to three months ahead of actuals and up to four months ahead of realized market changes. Q3 2011 will see slight shrinkage in IT spending for the large enterprise space. Preliminary Q4 2011 numbers show the pipeline will deliver somewhere in the mid single digest for Qrt over Qrt growth. Our final forecast numbers and actuals will be available by October Fifth, 2011. The financial vertical is finally stable again however will most likely NOT make up for the delta in Q4. Health care, health care insurance and bio/pharm continues to give us consistent growth.
From the SI perspective we can review the strengths, challenges, competitor comparisons, client demand and future outlook. Through GLG we can provide estimated vendor performance as seen through our present and expected technology reviews.
In addition we can share how present economic conditions have effected to the positive or negative spending trends for specific technologies as well as a macro review of spending trends.
Michael Horsch Fizz