UK Human Resources (HR) Software Market Forecast 2015-2020

The report covers HR software products, technologies and services for the UK market. The report provides detailed year-by-year (2015 – 2020) forecasts for the following HR software market segments: By HR administration software – payroll, time and attendance, and benefits management; By … [Read More...]

Data Warehouse Market Forecast 2015-2020

The global data warehouse market is predicted to grow by 8.3 percent in 2015-2020 passing a total market value of $20 billion by 2020. The quantitative study of Market Research Media covers data warehouse (DW) products, technologies and services. In 2015-2020 the data warehouse market will be shaped … [Read More...]

Situational Awareness

Replacing Lead-Acid Batteries with Ultracapacitors

In a few more years ultracapacitors will become a mainstream technology, alongside with established electrochemical battery energy storage. This is one of conclusions of market study Ultracapacitor Market Forecast 2015-2020. Transport segment is forecast to benefit the most from rapidly advancing ultracapacitor technology. Replacing lead-acid batteries with ultrracapacitors may prove to become a burgeoning market opportunity in the very near future. Lead–acid batteries, invented in the … [Read More...]

FBI Director: Cyber Threat Will Pose The Number One Threat

FBI Director Robert Mueller said in his speech of March 1, 2012, at the RSA Cyber Security Conference: "in the not too distant future, we anticipate that the cyber threat will pose the number one threat to our country". In response to ever-growing cyber threat the U.S. government is increasing cyber security investments to protect the nation's critical infrastructure. Recent reports of Market Research Media cover in details the fast growing U.S. Federal cyber security market: U.S. … [Read More...]

Analyst Opinion

The Renewable Energy Paradox

Warren Buffet once said that investors into airline business "would have been far better if Orville had failed to get off the ground". Historically two industries, airlines and automobiles, have been in red for about a century, despite the huge amounts of equity capital that investors had ploughed in them. The more growth, the worse are investors. The same goes for renewables industry: huge Capex, more money to finance growth and what even worse - the industry has to compete with cheaper … [Read More...]

What Energy Policy is Weird?

Presidential candidate Newt Gingrich was quick to label Obama's algae energy notion as "weird". Well, that tells us a few things about potential President Newt Gingrich, politics aside: Grasp of technology is not his forte. His long term energy policy is based on premise of oil as an inexhaustible energy source. His long term vision, sorry there is no long term vision - "I think there is a world market for maybe five computers". Let us stick to the point of discussion: what energy … [Read More...]