The Internet market is rapidly changing in recent years, resulting in the emergence of new technologies and new modes of marketing. The revolution in technology stimulates the creation of infinite number of new ideas and developments. “2012 Digital Marketplace Seminar - Creating New Online Business Frontiers” will present to you the new trend of digital market from different perspectives, including the recent IPv6 development, new business opportunities brought by mobile social media, cloud computing and the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) phenomenon. Besides, the aging population in Hong Kong will give rise to many online business opportunities in the so-called “silver hair” market. How can SME get prepared for the ever-changing Internet market, make effective use of resources and innovate with their boundless imagination, in order to generate new ideas to open up new business frontiers?
At the “2012 Digital Marketplace Seminar - Creating New Online Business Frontiers”, market leaders and professionals will share their views on the emerging trends and current best practices, enabling enterprises to break through the traditional constraints.
‧ The business value of IPv6 and its new applications
‧ Online business opportunities in the “silver hair” market
Companies interested in moving to cloud computing are increasingly choosing a private cloud for the increased security and, often, compliance features instead of the public cloud, according to a recent survey.
A global research that explores small- to medium-sized businesses' (SMB) cloud services consumption and purchasing patterns finds that 66% of respondents said cloud-based services are very important to their business with 57% stating that their companies already take advantage of cloud-based services; 44% of those who are not yet using cloud-based services are actively considering it.
The worldwide public cloud services reached a total market size of $45.7 billion and is expects to grow at a CAGR of 23% until 2018, according to IDC. "(Our) Public Cloud Services Tracker shows very rapid growth in customer cloud service spending across 19 product categories and within eight geographic regions,” said Frank Gens, SVP and chief analyst at IDC.