Broadband Internet access to rural and under-developed areas has been a “Holy Grail” for decades. Today, this market is primarily served with communications satellites in geosynchronous orbit using Very Small Aperture Terminals (VSATs), but those…

  The United States drone market is expected to exceed $18 Billion in 2020                                          …

Within four years, possibly three, spending by all businesses on ERP software will exceed the levels and growth rates estimated by most industry analysts and vendors to be at least six years away. The primary…

While putting together Curmudgeon: How to Succeed as an Industry Analyst, I reached out to ARInsights which provided some data on the top 100 industry analyst firms. Give an analyst data and they want to…

New research seems to put us on the right path to removing the major source of risks in unattended AI systems like autonomous cars.

Facebook and Equifax Privacy Failures Put Businesses and Consumers On Notice In The Beginning In 2018, the European Union’s (EU) General Data Protection Regulation GDPR  laid the cornerstone for all other jurisdictions to build similar…

Folks get excited about reducing costs: It can be a result in a real, quick sense of achievement. However, you MUST first take a “pre-step” which we call “Step Zero”. Step Zero consists of 1)…

The bad news is that despite the pandemic and recession your organization is probably spending hundreds of dollars per employee per year on printing. The good news is that the same pandemic and recession make it easier than ever to cut your spending by 20% or more.

Carefully cutting technology costs is not how most companies react to a recession. Say “recession” and managers think layoffs, project cancellations, and across-the-board budget cuts. We at the Analyst Syndicate think differently. We share our favorite, proven ways to cut costs without falling behind the competition or being left unprepared when business picks up.