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IT Market Dynamics, Canada’s most widely-read IT research firm, has recently completed an upload of 11 reports to
The reports, which have been previously distributed to ITMD research clients and members of the IT in Canada IT Insight Exchange, include the first two deliverables from ITMD’s Peer-Led Research Programs, an initiative in which Canadian experts provide guidance to and are supported by ITMD researchers and analysts. The cache of newly-available reports also includes material drawn from surveys of IT and non-IT managers, channel members, and from ITMD’s annual forecast of Canadian IT spending trends.
“In my experience, the depth and relevance of this research is unmatched,” said ITMD CEO Michael O’Neil. “With research methodologies ranging from expert advice from CIOs to detailed models encompassing more than 1000 surveys with Canadian management, we deliver an unparalleled scope of perspective – and with PowerPoint format deliverables designed for immediate, hassle-free use by clients, we have greatly reduced the time-to-benefit from previous research norms.”
The newly-posted reports include:SoLoMoN (Social, Location-based, Networked and Mobile Systems): Key Issues for 2012
: “SoLoMoN (Social, Location-based, Networked and Mobile Systems): Key Issues for 2012,” is ITMD's most recent Peer Led Research Program report. Guided by insights provided by business technology consultant Mark Kovarski, the PowerPoint-format report presents a perspective on the technologies that will shape how Canadian organizations engage, entertain, and ultimately envelop stakeholders through advanced online systems, and profiles five key technology areas that will shape SoLoMoN over the next several years.