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Wintergreen Research

Cloud Based Office Productivity Software Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2010 to 2016


Report Published By: Winter Green Research
Publication Date : Jul-2010
No. of Pages: 464

WinterGreen Research announces that it has a new study on Cloud Office Productivity Software: Market Shares and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2010-2016. Virtualization of software and servers creates ways to create more effective automated control of personal and team business data. Cloud systems manage personal productivity: word processors, spread sheets, presentation logic, and collaboration tools available online.

Software is needed for management and sales implementations of different productivity tasks in different industries. Group cooperation is supported with the systems. The study has 602 pages and 175 tables and figures.

IBM Lotus is positioned to support office productivity beyond the desktop and outside data centers. Businesses are generating 15 petabytes of new information each day. There is a massive increase of connected devices used to work with that data. Systems are optimized for remarkably diverse workloads managed by businesses, organizations and governments. IBM offers flexible sourcing options including cloud computing.

Google Apps are considered the premier offering for cloud based office productivity systems. There is a fundamental difference between to personal computer client offerings and the cloud offerings. The cloud offerings are tuned to leverage the flexibility and collaboration achievable from groups working online together. Cloud based systems operate from memory and are designed to be instantly available. Personal client device office productivity software systems provide a more elaborate feature function package funded and supported by a large installed base.

Cloud computing provides support for collaboration. Collaboration is supported by Google Apps and Google Docs. Users can edit documents at the same time, creating a compelling team based system, permitting managers to get all members of the team involved in thinking about and designing project.

Cloud computing strategy is positioned to help organizations make a transition from siloed personal data to a shared virtualized data center in an evolutionary manner. Not every enterprise is ready for a move to cloud computing. IT organizations want to evolve from datacenter architectures to cloud computing. Premise investments are being leveraged.

Vendors are thinking beyond the desktop and outside data centers to supporting the evolution of business across national boundaries, providing a global reach to marketing departments. Cloud office productivity tools support that strategy.

Office productivity software enables use of computers intuitively. Continuous systems upgrades improve the functions available to users. Businesses are generating 15 petabytes of new information each day. There is a massive increase of connected devices used to work with that data.

As systems are optimized for remarkably diverse workloads managed by businesses, organizations and governments, office productivity systems play a part in generating useful information sharing. Flexible sourcing options including cloud computing are being used to generate team documents.

The major management objectives for this critical area of office productivity applications implementation include words, numbers, image, and video content management. Cloud based systems are simple to use and collect different types of information in a cohesive manner.

The fundamental aspect of cloud office productivity applications implementation relates to flexibility. The ability to be responsive to changing market conditions is central to the modern IT team collaboration task. The desire for systems that support flexibility is anticipated to spur rapid growth of cloud computing office productivity systems. Cloud productivity office computing markets at $3.3 billion in 2009 are anticipated to reach $17 billion by 2016.

Cloud Office Productivity Market
Cloud Computing Office Productivity SaaS Market Driving Forces
Cloud Based Online Productivity Market Shares
Google App Engine
Google Apps Helps Businesses Work Smarter
Google Docs - Online Documents With Real-Time Collaboration
Create Dynamic Web Pages As Easily As Writing A Document
SaaS Based Office Productivity Software Forecasts
SaaS vs. On Demand Productivity Software Market Forecasts
Office Productivity Software Market Growth, On Premise and SaaS

1.1 Cloud Computing Permits User Web Services Access
1.1.1 Cloud Computing Aspects
1.2 Web 2.0 Internet Scale Mainstream Applications
1.2.1 Design Patterns
1.2.2 Data Driven Cloud Computing
1.2.3 Network Effects
1.2.4 Collaboration
1.2.5 Social Networking Heuristics
1.2.6 Wiki-Style Collaborative Editing
1.3 Core Competencies of Web 2.0
1.4 Social Networking Applications
1.5 Cloud Computing Impact On Business
1.5.1 Cloud Computing Corporate Communications
1.6 Blogging
1.6.1 Architecture of Participation
1.6.2 Permalink Functionality
1.7 Web 2.0 Driven By Data
1.7.1 Control Over The Database
1.8 Web 2.0 Advertising Business
1.8.1 Google's Lightweight Programming Model Has Led To The Creation Of Numerous Value-Added Services
1.9 Scientific Collaboration Using Web 2.0
1.9.1 OpenWetWare Project At MIT
1.10 Private Cloud
1.10.1 Private Cloud Software-As-A-Service
1.10.2 Private Cloud Product Development
1.11 Internal Enterprise Private Cloud Computing
1.12 Cloud Services A Pricing And Dynamic Scaling Strategy
1.13 Information Technology Cloud Computing Aspects
1.13.1 Cloud Computing Business Benefit
1.14 Cloud Computing Provides Value

2.1 Cloud Office Productivity Market
2.1.1 Cloud Computing Office Productivity SaaS Market Driving Forces
2.1.2 Private Cloud Computing
2.2 Cloud Based Online Productivity Market Shares
2.2.1 Google App Engine
2.2.2 Google Apps Helps Businesses Work Smarter
2.2.3 Google Docs - Online Documents With Real-Time Collaboration
2.2.4 Create Dynamic Web Pages As Easily As Writing A Document
2.2.5 Google Wave
2.2.6 Microsoft Word Collaboration Capability
2.2.7 Microsoft Office Project Standard
2.2.8 IBM Cloud Computing
2.2.9 Skype
2.3 SaaS Based Office Productivity Software Forecasts
2.3.1 Google Docs
2.3.2 Microsoft Sharepoint
2.3.3 IBM Lotus Collaboration Software
2.3.4 SaaS vs. On Demand Productivity Software Market Forecasts
2.3.5 Internet Cloud Based Office Productivity Market Segments, By Customer, Small, Medium, Large, and Very Large
2.3.6 Everyone Expected to Adopt Cloud Based Office Productivity Tools
2.3.7 Office Productivity Software Market Growth, On Premise and SaaS
2.3.8 Device Segments Of Office Productivity Software
2.3.9 Industry Segments Of Office Productivity Software
2.4 E-mail Software Market Shares
2.5 Search Software Market Shares
2.6 Office Productivity Suites Regional Analysis

3.1 Host Cloud System Infrastructure
3.2 Google App Engine
3.2.1 Google Apps Helps Businesses Work Smarter
3.2.2 Google Apps Benefits
3.2.3 Manage Meetings Online With Google Calendar
3.2.4 Google Docs - Online Documents With Real-Time Collaboration
3.2.5 Google Groups Support Communicate And Sharing
3.2.6 Create Dynamic Web Pages As Easily As Writing A Document
3.2.7 Google-Hosted Video Solution Saves Time And Money
3.2.8 Google Wave
3.3 Networks Of Computers
3.3.1 Research Clouds
3.4 Google Cloud Computing
3.4.1 Google Move Toward Clouds Signals A Fundamental Computer Architecture Shift
3.4.2 Google Programming in the Cloud
3.4.3 Google App Engine / Google Application Engine
3.4.4 Google Building Open Source Operating System
3.4.5 Google as Web OS
3.4.6 Google MapReduce Cloud Computing
3.4.7 IBM-Google Cloud Joint Computing Initiative
3.4.8 Google App Engine
3.4.9 Google University of Washington Google Education Project
3.4.10 IBM and Google Energy Cloud Computing Costs
3.5 IBM Cloud Computing
3.5.1 IBM Cloud Portfolio Permits Customers To Redefine The Rules
3.5.2 IBM DB2 Technology Sandbox
3.5.3 IBM Public and Private Cloud Computing Initiatives
3.5.4 IBM CloudBurst
3.5.5 IBM Smart Business Test Cloud
3.5.6 IBM Host Services Leverage Information As A Service
3.6 Skype
3.7 Facebook
3.7.1 Facebook Social Connections
3.7.2 Facebook Photos
3.7.3 Facebook Ratings & School Information
3.7.4 Facebook Information & Research
3.7.5 Facebook Groups
3.7.6 Facebook Organization
3.7.7 Facebook Integration
3.7.8 Facebook Learning Sources
3.7.9 Facebook Language
3.7.10 Facebook Studying
3.7.11 Facebook Buying & Selling
3.7.12 Facebook Games for Learning
3.8 Microsoft Online Services Business
3.8.1 Microsoft Cloud Initiatives
3.8.2 Microsoft Improved Spreadsheet Analysis
3.8.3 Share Spreadsheets And Business Information
3.8.4 Office Excel And Excel Services Support Effective Management Of Business Information
3.8.5 Microsoft Word Collaboration Capability

4.1 Cloud Computing Information Access
4.2 Google Scale Mainstream Applications Gmail and Google Maps
4.2.1—Search and Personalization
4.2.2 Google Scholar.
4.2.3 Google Server Implementation for Web 2.0
4.2.4 Google Replicates The Web pages
4.2.5 Google Map / Reduce Framework Runs In Parallel On 1,000 Machines
4.2.6 Google Global Work Queue
4.2.7 Communication, Collaboration and Communities
4.2.8 Google Spent $200 Million On Hardware Equipment In 2004, $1.4 Billion in 2007
4.2.9 Google Uses 1.8 Million Servers, Search Results, Images, Videos, Emails And Ads
4.2.10 Google Dynamic Architecture Implementation
4.2.11 Short Description of Google Search Engine Dynamic Architecture
4.2.12 Google BigFiles
4.2.13 Google Repository
4.3 eBay Infrastructure
4.3.1 Sun Storage Helps Keep The Store Open
4.3.2 eBay’s Infrastructure Evolution
4.4 Microsoft .Net Defines Reusable Modules Dynamically
4.4.1 Microsoft Data Center Size
4.4.2 Microsoft Combines Managed Modules into Assemblies
4.4.3 Microsoft Architecture Dynamic Modular Processing
4.5 IBM® WebSphere® Application Server Feature Pack for Web 2.0
4.5.1 IBM Web 2.0 Steps To Deploy Websphere Application Server Using Virtual Image Templates
4.5.2 IBM WebSphere Application Server Feature Pack
4.6 Facebook
4.7 MySpace
4.8 Reunion
4.9 Software Release Cycle
4.10 iTunes and TiVo
4.11 Data Center Servers
4.12 Polycom as a Single Global Entity Supporting Global Customers

5.1 Adobe Systems
5.1.1 Adobe Targets Businesses And Organizations
5.1.2 Adobe Revenue
5.1.3 Adobe Systems Revenue:
5.1.4 Adobe Systems Software Tools
5.1.5 Adobe Systems Creative Solutions Business Summary
5.1.6 Adobe Knowledge Worker Market Opportunity
5.1.7 Adobe Systems Knowledge Worker Products
5.1.8 Adobe Systems Enterprise Opportunity
5.1.9 Adobe Systems Enterprise Business Summary
5.1.10 Adobe Systems Enterprise Strategy
5.1.11 Adobe Systems Process Management
5.1.12 Adobe Systems Content Services
5.1.13 Adobe Systems Knowledge Worker and Enterprise Related Products
5.2 Akamai
5.3 Amazon
5.3.1 Amazon Consumers
5.3.2 Amazon Sellers
5.3.3 Amazon Developers
5.3.4 Amazon Net Sales
5.3.5 Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2)
5.3.6 Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2)
5.4 Apple
5.4.1 Apple Zoho Office Suite
5.4.2 iPhone 4 Sales Top 1.7 Million
5.4.3 Apple Sells Three Million iPads
5.4.4 Apple Revenue
5.4.5 Apple Reaches Consumer And Small And Mid-Sized Businesses
5.5 Areti Internet
5.6 AppScale
5.6.1 AppScale
5.7 Ariba
5.7.1 Ariba Spend Management
5.7.2 Ariba 2010 Revenue
5.7.3 Ariba Customers
5.8 AT&T
5.8.1 AT&T Web Hosting
5.8.2 AT&T Web AdvantageSM
5.8.3 AT&T Integrated Global Enterprise Management System (iGEMS),
5.9 Axios
5.10 Avaya
5.10.1 Avaya Leadership Positions
5.10.2 Avaya Major Businesses:
5.10.3 Avava Contact Centers
5.10.4 Avaya Global Services
5.10.5 Avaya Small & Medium Enterprise Communications
5.10.6 Avaya Data Networking
5.11 BMC
5.11.1 Business runs on IT. IT runs on BMC Software
5.11.2 BMC Revenue
5.11.3 BMC Industry Partnerships
5.11.4 BMC Partnering With
5.11.5 BMC Customer Profile
5.11.6 BMC Software Revenue
5.11.7 BMC Strategy
5.11.8 BMC Atrium
5.11.9 BMC Compliance Positioning
5.11.10 BMC Solutions and Products
5.11.11 BMC Service Assurance
5.11.12 BMC Service Automation
5.12 Brocade
5.12.1 Brocade Cloud Computing
5.12.2 Brocade APIs Allow Integration Of The Management Of Network Elements
5.12.3 IT Loads With More Applications Per Compute Node, Increase I/O Requirements
5.12.4 Brocade Supports Virtualized Environments
5.12.5 Key Business Benefits Brocade Brings To The Market
5.13 CA / 3Tera
5.13.1 CA Acquires 3Tera Cloud Computing Solution Provider
5.13.2 CA Rapid, Simplified Cloud Enablement
5.13.3 CA Integration with Virtual and Physical Management Technologies
5.13.4 CA Revenue
5.14 Cassiopeia Internet / Constellate
5.15 CDC Software
5.15.1 CDC Global Services
5.15.2 CDC Online Games
5.15.3 CDC Internet Media
5.15.4 CDC Software Enterprise Software Solutions
5.15.5 CDC Revenue:
5.15.6 CDC SaaS Strategy
5.15.7 CDC Acquisitions
5.15.8 CDC Software's Mergers And Acquisitions
5.15.9 CDC Integrate
5.16 Cisco
5.16.1 Cisco Revenue
5.17 Consona
5.18 Corel
5.18.1 Corel Visual, Phot,o and Video Software
5.18.2 Corel Visual Communications
5.18.3 Corel® VideoStudio® Pro X3
5.18.4 Corel® WinDVD® 2010
5.18.5 Corel® WordPerfect® Office X5 Desktop Software
5.18.6 Corel WordPerfect Office X5 Suite Collaboration and Flexibility
5.19 CrownePeak
5.20 Dell
5.20.1 Dell Gets IT Projects Up and Running Quickly
5.21 Descartes
5.21.1 Descartes LogiMan™
5.21.2 Descartes CargoAssist
5.22 EMC
5.22.1 EMC Velocity² Atmos Partner Program
5.22.2 EMC / VMware
5.22.3 EMC Virtual Storage
5.22.4 EMC Supports Information Technology (IT)
5.22.5 EMC Revenue
5.22.6 RSA Information Security
5.22.7 EMC Consolidated Revenues By Geography:
5.22.8 Information Storage Segment
5.22.9 EMC Symmetrix Systems
5.22.10 EMC CLARiiON Systems
5.22.11 EMC Celerra IP Storage Systems
5.22.12 EMC Centera Content Addressed Storage Systems
5.22.13 EMC Connectrix Directors and Switches
5.22.14 EMC Consumer and Small Business Products Division
5.22.15 EMC /Decho Corporation
5.22.16 EMC Content Management and Archiving Segment
5.22.17 EMC RSA Information Security Segment
5.22.18 EMC Global Services
5.22.19 EMC VMware Virtual Infrastructure Segment
5.22.20 EMC Distribution Channels
5.22.21 EMC Technology Alliances
5.23 Enki
5.24 FaceBook
5.24.1 Facebook Technology
5.24.2 Facebook Platform
5.24.3 Facebook Privacy
5.24.4 Facebook Funding
5.24.5 Facebook Employees
5.25 FedEx
5.25.1 FedEx Revenue
5.26 FrontRange Solutions
5.27 Fortress ITX
5.28 Fujitsu
5.28.1 Fujitsu OSS/NOS
5.28.2 Fujitsu SOA
5.28.3 Fujitsu CentraSite SOA Governance
5.29 Google
5.29.1 Switch to Google Apps
5.29.2 Google Apps for Messaging
5.29.3 Google / YouTube
5.29.4 Google Apps Target Market
5.29.5 Google Organizes The World's Information
5.29.6 Google Ads
5.29.7 Google Apps
5.29.8 Google Mobile
5.29.9 Google Strategy
5.29.10 Google Technology
5.29.11 Life of a Google Query
5.29.12 Google Business Overview
5.29.13 Google Grows
5.29.14 Google AdWords for Advertisers
5.29.15 Google AdSense and Web Site Services
5.29.16 Google Documents Editor
5.29.17 Gmail Contextual Gadgets Launched In The Google Apps Marketplace
5.29.18 Google Revenue 2010
5.30 Hewlett Packard (HP)
5.30.1 HP Cloud Assure Services
5.30.2 HP Cloud Assure Types Of Cloud Service Environments Supported
5.30.3 Hewlett-Packard Revenue
5.30.4 HP Enterprise Storage and Servers Revenue
5.30.5 HP Software Revenue
5.30.6 Hewlett Packard (HP) Focuses On Simplifying Technology
5.30.7 Hewlett Packard (HP) SOA
5.30.8 Hewlett Packard (HP) SOA Solutions
5.30.9 Hewlett Packard (HP) SOA Systinet Governance
5.30.10 HP Products and Services Segments
5.30.11 Hewlett-Packard Technology Solutions Group
5.30.12 Hewlett-Packard Enterprise Storage and Servers
5.30.13 Hewlett-Packard Industry Standard Servers
5.30.14 Hewlett-Packard Business Critical Systems Hewlett Packard Halo Telepresence Customers
5.30.15 HP and Marriott
5.30.16 HP and Tandberg
5.30.17 Hewlett Packard Computer Industry Market Participant
5.30.18 Hewlett Packard Global Provider Of Products
5.30.19 HP Products and Services: Segment Information
5.30.20 Hewlett Packard Technology Solutions Group
5.30.21 Hewlett Packard Enterprise Storage and Servers
5.30.22 HP and Tower Software
5.30.23 Hewlett Packard Tower Software TRIM Context
5.31 IBM
5.31.1 IBM Manages Data-Intensive Services
5.31.2 IBM Lotus Domino Platform to Run Web Site
5.31.3 IBM WebSphere
5.31.4 IBM Business Partnering Strategy
5.31.5 IBM Strategic Priorities
5.31.6 IBM BPM Powered By Smart SOA
5.31.7 IBM Delivers Integration and Innovation to Clients
5.31.8 IBM Business Model
5.31.9 IBM Unified Communications In The Cloud Architecture
5.31.10 IBM LotusLive Cloud-Based Portfolio Of Social Networking And Collaboration Services
5.31.11 IBM 2010 First-Quarter Revenue
5.31.12 IBM Q2 2009 Revenue
5.31.13 IBM Software Capabilities
5.31.14 IBM Systems and Technology Capabilities
5.31.15 IBM Worldwide Organizations
5.31.16 IBM Integrated Supply Chain
5.31.17 IBM Security
5.32 Inteq
5.33 Joyent
5.33.1 Joyent Positioning
5.33.2 Joyent Customers
5.33.3 Joyent Layers Of The Cloud Stack - IaaS, PaaS, SaaS
5.34 Juniper
5.34.1 Juniper Networks Delivers Security at Massive Scale for Cloud Services, Mega Data Centers
5.35 Ketera
5.36 Layered Technologies
5.36.1 Layered Tech Solutions / Burstorm Focuses On Helping Businesses
5.37 LinkedIn
5.38 Microsoft Operating Segments
5.38.1 Microsoft Client Businesses
5.38.2 Office 2010 and SharePoint 2010 launching in Q4
5.38.3 Microsoft Office Web Apps Planner Brings Documents to the Cloud
5.38.4 Microsoft Windows Platform Devices
5.38.5 Microsoft Windows Embedded Compact 7
5.38.6 Microsoft Office Applications
5.38.7 Microsoft Dynamics GP
5.38.8 Microsoft Dynamics GP
5.38.9 Microsoft Dynamics GP Financial Accounting And Business Management Solution
5.38.10 Microsoft Corporation
5.38.11 Microsoft Azure Services Platform
5.38.12 Microsoft Windows Azure
5.38.13 Microsoft Live Services
5.38.14 Microsoft SQL Services
5.38.15 Microsoft .NET Services
5.38.16 Microsoft® SharePoint® Services & Dynamics® CRM Services
5.38.17 Microsoft Revenue Nine Months 2009
5.38.18 Microsoft Revenue
5.38.19 Microsoft Segment Revenue
5.38.20 Microsoft Segment Revenue2008
5.38.21 Microsoft Client Revenue
5.38.22 Microsoft Server and Tools Revenue
5.38.23 Microsoft Online Services Business Revenue
5.38.24 Microsoft Business Division Revenue
5.38.25 Microsoft Entertainment and Devices Division
5.38.26 Microsoft Competition
5.38.27 Microsoft Security Vulnerabilities
5.38.28 Microsoft Client Segment
5.38.29 Microsoft Segments
5.38.30 Open Text Livelink ECM Integration Microsoft Office SharePoint Server
5.38.31 Microsoft Multinational Computer Technology
5.38.32 Selected Microsoft Partners
5.38.33 Microsoft Financials 2008
5.38.34 Microsoft Software Products
5.39 NetSuite
5.39.1 NetSuite Revenue
5.39.2 NetSuite NetLedger
5.39.3 NetSuite Strategy
5.39.4 NetSuite Subscription Agreements
5.39.5 NetSuite Geograaphic Revenue
5.39.6 NetSuite Revenue
5.39.7 NetSuite Overview
5.40 Novell Interoperable Linux Cloud Platforms
5.40.1 Novell Positions to Address Intelligent Workload Management Market
5.41 Omniture
5.42 Oracle
5.42.1 Oracle Revenues:
5.42.2 Oracle / Stellent
5.43 Panda Security
5.44 Progress Software
5.45 Quark
5.46 Rackspace
5.47 RedHat
5.47.1 RedHat Global Leader
5.48 RightNow Technologies
5.48.1 RightNow CX
5.48.2 RightNow Technologies Revenue
5.49 Rightscale
5.49.1 RightScale Perspective On Cloud Usage
5.50 Sage CRM
5.50.1 Interact SalesLogix
5.51.1 Fourth Quarter and Full Year Revenue
5.51.2 Customers:
5.52 Savvis
5.52.1 Savvis Cloud Services
5.52.2 Savvis Managed Security Services
5.52.3 Savvis Dedicated Hosting
5.52.4 Savvis Strategy
5.52.5 Savvis Revenue
5.54 Software AG
5.54.1 Software AG Wins Two 2007 Product of the Year Awards from
5.5 SugarCRM
5.56 SumTotal
5.57 Symantec
5.57.1 Symantec Hosted Services Lower Costs And Simplify IT
5.57.2 Symantec Strategy
5.57.3 Symantec Strategy
5.57.4 Symantec Has Seen A Continued Rise In The Volume Of Security Threats
5.57.5 Symantec Storage
5.57.6 Symantec fiscal 2009 Actions To Support Business:
5.57.7 Symantec Storage and Server Management
5.57.8 Symantec Solutions For Cloud Computing
5.58 Tenzing Cloud Computing Services
5.59 Tibco
5.59.1 Tibco SOA
5.59.2 Tibco Business Optimization
5.59.3 Tibco BPM:
5.59.4 Tibco Services
5.59.5 Tibco Competition
5.59.6 Tibco Revenue
5.60 Twitter
5.60.1 Twitter for Businesses
5.60.2 Twitter Ecosystem
5.61 Verizon
5.61.1 Verizon Business Strategy
5.61.2 Verizon CDMA vs, GSM
5.61.3 Verizon LTE Fourth Generation (4G) Wireless Broadband Network
5.61.4 nPhase, Which Verizon Owns Equally With Qualcomm Incorporated (Qualcomm).
5.61.5 Verizon Competition from Cable
5.61.6 Verizon Business Strategy
5.61.7 Verizon Technologies
5.62 Workday
5.62.1 Workday Customers
5.62.2 Workday Customers
5.63 Xerox
5.63.1 Xerox Leader In Managed Print Services
5.63.2 Xerox Digital Printing
5.63.3 Xerox acquired Affiliated Computer Services, Inc. ACS
5.63.4 Xerox Revenues
5.64 Yahoo
5.64.1 Yahoo! Development Organization Contains a Cloud Computing group
5.64.2 Yahoo Revenues

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