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    Report From Mobile Government To Mobility Enablement

    Governments Not Only Embrace The Mobile Mind Shift, They Enable It

    In the age of the customer, government organizations must understand and address the needs of their citizens. For governments, it's the "age of the citizen," with demands for greater transparency...

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    Report Windows: The Next Five Years

    As Mobile Device Sales Surpass PCs, CIOs Will Need To Corral A Troika Of OS Leaders
    October 22, 2012 | Frank E. Gillett

    The launch of Windows 8 is a major pivot point for Microsoft — and for IT leaders and the individuals they support. The new Windows 8 user experience (UX) and programming model will transform the...

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    Report Leveraging Millennials To Drive Enterprise Social Initiatives

    April 28, 2011 | Rob Koplowitz

    Investments in enterprise social technology continue to rise. At the same time, the bet on enterprise social initiatives becomes increasingly strategic. The stakes are high, the risk of failure...

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    Report Rewrite The Netbook Story For Business Technology Buyers

    Position Netbooks For Business Use — Especially In Emerging Markets
    October 9, 2009 | Jennifer Belissent, Ph.D.

    For a device that originated in the concept of the $100-laptop, the netbook certainly hasn't been fully marketed to emerging markets. Nor have firms really marketed netbooks for serious business...

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    Report Dutch Online Banking Forecast: 2008 To 2013

    April 7, 2008 | Alexander Hesse, Tim van Tongeren

    Internet banking is a huge success in the Netherlands. Due to rapid take-up in the last few years, online banking growth is now slowing down — 68% of Dutch consumers now bank online, the highest...

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    Report Italian Online Banking Forecast: 2008 To 2013

    February 5, 2008 | Alexander Hesse, Benjamin Ensor

    With only 15% of adults regularly banking online, Italy is still Western Europe's online banking laggard. Many Italians don't use the Net regularly, and those who do are far more reluctant to use...

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    Report French Online Banking Forecast: 2008 To 2013

    February 4, 2008 | Benjamin Ensor

    Online banking has grown steadily in France over the past decade, boosted by the growth in Net use overall, and is now used by 31% of adults, or 15 million people. We expect that growth to continue...

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    Report German Online Banking Forecast: 2007 To 2012

    November 20, 2007 | Tim van Tongeren, Benjamin Ensor

    Online banking has taken off in Germany — 39% of Germans now bank online. We expect online banking to grow by about 4% each year as a result of a gradual increase in Net users' confidence in the...

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    Report UK Online Banking Forecast: 2007 To 2012

    November 1, 2007 | Benjamin Ensor, Tim van Tongeren

    Online banking has grown gradually in the UK over the past decade and is now used by 31% of adults, or 15 million people. But growth has slowed in the past couple of years. That's odd because only...

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    Report Europe's 2007 Christmas: An Online Retail Wonderland

    Net Users Will Spend A Projected €51 Billion Online During The Christmas Season
    October 23, 2007 | Victoria Bracewell Lewis, Michelle de Lussanet

    Online retail continues to grow, with a 58% increase in year-on-year sales in 2007. Online sales during the Christmas period are no exception. This year will bring good tidings to Europe's online...

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    Report Outlook For US Online Retail: Holiday 2007

    Consumers Will Spend A Projected $33 Billion, Up 21% Over Last Year
    October 12, 2007 | Sucharita Kodali

    Forrester anticipates that US consumers will spend $33 billion during the 2007 holiday season, the time period from Thanksgiving to Christmas. This represents a 21% lift from the comparable holiday...

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    Report European Online Insurance Sales Forecasts By Country, 2006 To 2011

    September 4, 2007 | Benjamin Ensor

    European online non-life insurance sales forecasts per country (UK, France, Italy, Spain, Sweden, Germany and the Netherlands).

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    Report European Online Insurance Sales Forecasts By Type, 2006 To 2011

    August 4, 2007 | Benjamin Ensor

    European online non-life insurance sales forecasts per insurance type (motor insurance, home insurance, travel insurance and other non-life insurance)

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    Report Financial Services eBusiness Managers Foresee A Solid 2007

    Industry Results Of Our eBusiness, Channel, And Product Manager Online Survey
    June 21, 2007 | Carrie Johnson, Elizabeth Davis

    Forrester recently surveyed our panel of 107 eBusiness, channel, and product management executives to examine their 2007 online budgets and priorities. Financial services companies represented a...

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    Report The Web's Impact On In-Store Sales: US Cross-Channel Sales Forecast, 2006 To 2012

    May 7, 2007 | Tamara Mendelsohn

    The Web channel is affecting stores at a growing rate as consumers embrace the benefits of the Internet and incorporate it into their lives and shopping habits. Forrester estimates that almost $400...

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    Report US Retail eCommerce Forecast, 2006 To 2011

    May 4, 2007 | Sucharita Kodali

    This Data Chart forecasts the continued adoption of online retail in the US through 2011. It offers specific growth predictions across a variety of industries.

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    Report Canadian Online Trading Forecast: 2007 To 2012

    April 19, 2007 | Bill Doyle, Eric M. Dolan

    By 2012, Forrester expects 1.54 million Canadian households to be buying and selling investments online — a 73% increase over today. What will drive adoption? Market performance will have the...

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    Report US DVR Adoption Forecast, 2006-2011

    March 29, 2007 | James L. McQuivey

    From 2001 to 2005, US DVR adoption grew from 1 million households to more than 13 million. By 2011, this is projected to grow to over 65 million households, largely due to growth in DVRs built into...

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    Report Swedish Online Insurance Sales Forecast: 2006 To 2011

    March 2, 2007 | Benjamin Ensor

    Sweden is one of the most wired countries in the world. But Sweden's limited choice of insurance companies means that Swedes don't switch insurance providers that often, and often want human...

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    Report US Online Trading Forecast: 2006 To 2011

    February 1, 2007 | Bill Doyle

    By 2011, Forrester expects 12 million US households to be trading online — a 48% increase over today. The bull market is driving current gains. But other factors will also fuel the growth of online...

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    Report EBPP Forecast: 2006 To 2011

    The Number Of EBPP Users Will Grow By 63% During The Next Five Years
    January 25, 2007 | Catherine Graeber

    In 2005, electronic bill payment and presentment (EBPP) adoption grew by 34%, the highest annual growth rate in four years. Robust adoption growth is expected during the next five years, as the...