Increased Internet Penetration across Globe Driving Demand Opportunities in Global Flexible Workspace Market: Transparency Market Research

ALBANY, N.Y., Nov. 10, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Owing to changing nature of corporate landscape, the concept of flexible workplaces is gaining popularity in the recent few years. The global flexible workspace market is foreseen to gather promising expansion opportunities during the forecast period of 2020 to 2030. One of the key factors driving market growth is increased penetration of high-speed Internet in developing as well as developed as well regions.

Analysts at Transparency Market Research highlight that the global flexible workspace market is likely to grow at prodigious CAGR of ~16% in the assessment period of 2020 to 2030. Increased inclination toward remote working, rising Internet penetration, increased focus among enterprises on improving productivity and providing unique employee experience, and drop in prices of consumer electronics are some of the key factors attributed to this market growth.

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Budget Constraints in the Asia-Pacific Region Driving the Development of the Defense Market, 2020

This study will benefit those who are interested in learning about the changing landscape of the global defense technology industrial base (DTIB). It identifies emerging trends that will have an impact on the DTIB and identifies areas of opportunities in the land, air, and naval security segments and technology adoption that will potentially add value in terms of helping the security objectives.

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All security industry participants and the rest of the industry verticals will benefit from this study, as this is a growth opportunities study investigating the potential impact of future technologies on the market, and how they will evolve during the forecast period. Technology companies that are looking at new avenues to add capabilities to their portfolio will

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Driving Innovation, Economic Growth & Societal Inclusion


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All around the world, digital transformation is becoming a critical factor in long-term, sustainable economic development, and Africa is no exception. With two decades of experience behind me, I feel a lot of pride in being part of a digital transformation journey with Ericsson which allows me to share my love of technology and how it can accelerate socio-economic prosperity towards the people of Africa.

We, at Ericsson, believe that ICT has the ability to level the global playing field and enable African countries to harness the full potential of their human capital. Almost two years ago, I landed in Africa for my first business trip to meet the team and customers in Senegal. Not only did the career move appeal to my sense of

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Tata Communications’ IoT head explains how COVID is driving the next wave of Internet of Things

  • In an exclusive interview with Business Insider, Tata Communications’ IoT head Alok Bardiya explains how the company caught the ‘tailwind’ of the COVID-19, which led to a surge in demand.
  • The company’s revenue from ‘innovative’ services — which includes the Internet of Things (IoT) — saw a massive 64.4% yearly jump in revenue in the second quarter.
  • According to Bardiya, COVID-19 forced IoT to expand beyond the manufacturing line.

The Internet of Things (IoT) includes everything from sensors to data collection, and till now, large companies were mostly using it to make their manufacturing process more efficient. But with the coronavirus pandemic disrupting the workplace, IoT is expanding beyond the manufacturing line.

“A factory is not just the manufacturing line. There are a lot of people and a lot of processes. That is where the wave will take IoT — touching that broader set,” Tata Communications’ Head of IoT Business

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Role Of E-Commerce In Driving Technology Adoption For Indian Warehousing Sector, Post COVID


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Global supply chains and logistics sectors have undergone a major disruption during the past few months, thanks to the pandemic. Several first-time users logged on to e-commerce websites to make safe, virtual purchases for essentials and had a contactless delivery experience at their doorstep. The sector also witnessed a major shift in popular categories, from luxury and lifestyle purchases to shopping for basic essentials such as groceries, medicines, office and school supplies, e-learning tools and even food delivery. As per an impact report released by Uni-commerce, titled E-commerce Trends Report 2020, e-commerce has witnessed an order-volume growth of 17 per cent as of June 2020, and about 65 per cent growth in single brand e-commerce platforms.

However, in-spite of challenges such as manufacturing slowdown, shortage

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Shropshire website company provides driving force for business export

Shaun Carvill, managing director of Clickingmad

Bridgnorth-based Clickingmad has seen a significant rise over the last 12 months in the number of its projects which have involved building and translating websites for international markets.

It is also just one of a few web design agencies in the country to be working alongside the Department for International Trade (DIT) to help businesses grow their export potential and has now launched its own #GoInternational campaign to provide further support to businesses.

Managing director Shaun Carvill puts demand for such web services down to several factors.

He said: “With the UK’s impending exit from Europe, many businesses are looking to gain a foothold into new markets beyond the EU. They are looking for a global presence and with this comes a demand for their websites to be translated into languages which address their newly identified target audiences.

“Increasing internet availability around the globe

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