The Canadian Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) Market Report, 2014 Edition
is our groundbreaking analysis and first report that uniquely addresses the BYOD phenomenon. We believe it to be the most comprehensive and rigorously researched study available on the subject in Canada.
This report provides an insight on the issues surrounding BYOD, the solutions that companies are adopting to ensure continued security of sensitive information and probable future developments in this sector. It is divided into five sections. The first comprises a preamble that includes a short history of BYOD. This is followed by an analysis of the Canadian market and a discussion on the need for mobile enterprise security and of the types BYOD solutions that address major issues, developments and technology pertinent to the needs of commercial and public enterprises.
The fourth section provides profiles of a dozen significant solution providers and their products while the fifth examines the role service providers play in this new branch of the wireless industry
The Canadian Fixed and Nomadic Wireless Market Report, 2014 Edition
is our report on Wi-Fi and WiMAX in Canada and is the most comprehensive and rigorously researched document available on the subject. The report is divided into three main sections. The first comprises an executive summary that gives an overview of the Canadian market and concludes with two figures illustrating past, current and future Wi-Fi hotspot growth trends and service provider market share. This is followed by a tutorial that discusses major issues, developments and technology pertinent to the industry for each of the Wi-Fi and WiMAX sectors and their relationship with cellular wireless, cable, and telco broadband technologies. The third section includes profiles of a dozen significant national and regional service providers. These include the individual telcos, cablecos, as well as a representative sample of important independent companies. Each industry segment has been explored so that the report presents services offered and planned, marketing activities, pricing, as well as technology and application trends.
These new 2014 reports are now available from NBI/Michael Sone Associates at www.nbicanada.com
The Canadian Internet Service Providers Market Report, 2015 Edition is our ongoing analysis of the Canadian ISP market and continues to be the most comprehensive and rigorously researched document available on the subject.
The report is divided into three main sections. The first presents an overview that discusses major issues, developments and technology pertinent to the industry including the growth of broadband penetration, the maturation of the market and the impact of wireless access and the latest TV delivery technologies. This overview is punctuated with four figures illustrating six-year subscriber and revenue growth trends. The second section provides qualitatively and quantitatively individual profiles of over a dozen significant national and regional ISPs and their subsidiaries. These include the individual telco, cableco and non-aligned ISPs. The third section contains three detailed exhibits, which illustrate cableco and telco broadband subscribers & revenues, business versus consumer data, segmentation by level of broadband service and forecasts through 2018, along with provincial subscriber distribution. Each industry segment has been explored so that the report presents services offered and planned, marketing activities, price ranges, as well as technology trends.