Here is the link to Mary Meeker’s, KPCB (Kleiner Perkins Caufield Byers), Internet Trend report 2017
It gives a great view on what’s happening with Internet adoption, cloud, smartphones, ads, e-commerce, gaming, enterprise health, China, India and startups.
- Cloud wars continue
Amazon Web Services continues to lead, Google and Microsoft Azure are gaining some ground
- Google and Facebook own the digital ad market
- Voice is beginning to replace typing in online queries. 20% of mobile queries were made via voice in 2016
- Slowing smartphone and Internet penetration growth
Everybody who needs a smartphone has one
The Internet’s center of gravity shifts to Asia
- Almost everyone who wants or needs a smartphone now has one.
- Healthcare industry is in a cycle of innovation, wearables contributing to the rise of consumer health data / data is at the core of healthcare innovation
- Online retail sales increased by 15% from 2015 to 2016 in the US / e-commerce is getting bigger worldwide
- YouTube is losing mobile video market share, because Facebook and Snap’s vertical-video content grows
- eSports is becoming popular enough to challenge traditional sports
A great post and summary from Loryan Strant about Office 365 Groups and Teams.
It provides a great overview how to deploy and what to consider.
Team flows – A more collaborative experience for creating flows in Office 365
Users can now collectively author and maintain a flow.
Microsoft Flow is a service for automating workflow across the growing number of apps and SaaS services that business users rely on.
Google announced today that Google Apps for Work , is getting rebranded.
The company will call it “G Suite”, beside that Google announced upgrades and improvements in G Suite’s existing lineup, which includes apps like Drive, Docs, Spreadsheets, Slides, Calendar, Hangouts and more.
Google announcement: Google Cloud Blog: Introducing G Suite
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