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    Report 06.06.2020

    Smart Home: Home is where the IoT is

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    The home is one of the most dynamic fields in IoT, with some of the highest market growth rates (+40% compared to 2018, now worth €520 million). But if we compare the absolute value with other countries such as Germany, the UK or France, Italy is still some way behind. Consumers are playing an increasingly important role: the level of awareness is growing, as is the number of users who install their own devices, and those who actually use the smart functions in objects they have purchased. This opens up considerable growth prospects for companies operating in this market.
    Observatory Internet of Things
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    Report 04.30.2020

    B2c eCommerce: The growth and innovation engine in Retail!

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    The importance of eCommerce in Italy continues to grow. Although it still accounts for “only” 7% of total purchases, it is responsible for over half of Retail growth. If well managed, the channel offers numerous growth opportunities to companies, both commercial and non-commercial.
    Observatory eCommerce B2c
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    Report 04.23.2020

    Cloud Transformation: the missing ingredients

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    The Cloud is increasingly taking on the role of digital transformation enabling technology and is preparing to be the means by which the entire organization will become more agile: but what are the missing ingredients to trigger a full Cloud Transformation?
    Observatory Cloud Transformation
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    Report 05.10.2019

    Smart Home: Look who’s talking!

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    During 2018 the Smart Home market in Italy reached a value of €380 million, registering extremely high growth (+52% compared to 2017) in the wake of smart home speakers, which were finally launched on the Italian market.
    Observatory Internet of Things
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    Infographics 10.15.2018

    eCommerce B2c: the market increases, but does the value grow?

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    The growth of eCommerce B2c in Italy continues: the value of online purchases in 2018 exceeds 27.4 billion euros, with a 16% increase compared to 2017. In absolute value the market is worth 3.8 billion euros, the highest ever. In a context where eCommerce is increasingly relevant and the range of action is less restricted, doubts and questions on the business sustainability arise with increasing force. The most relevant: the market increases, but does the value for companies that have accepted this challenge grow accordingly? And for the Country system?
    Observatory eCommerce B2c
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    Infographics 10.10.2018

    Cloud Transformation: evolving towards the agile organization with clouds

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    The Cloud is entering a new age of maturity, companies perceive its digital innovation enabling value and design their transformation path with increasing awareness. IT systems have become complex and technologically heterogeneous, evolving into Hybrid and Multi Cloud environments. This has introduced new challenges for companies that, to respond to change must reach the right level of technologic and organizational. agility.
    Observatory Cloud Transformation
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    Report 07.04.2018

    Tools and Safeguards for increasingly sustainable gaming: Data and analysis of the Online Gaming sector in Italy

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    The digitalization process, the upgrading of broadband connections and the growth in the number of smartphones have influenced consumer behaviour, shaping the development of the Online Gaming sector. The regulated market is growing, as it succeeds in taking more and more players away from illegal sites. It is also increasing awareness of social sustainability in the sector by enhancing tools to safeguard players.
    Observatory Online Gaming
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    Infographics 04.12.2018

    Safeguards and tools for more sustainable gaming: Data and analysis of the Italian Online Gaming sector

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    Social Sustainability has been a priority for some years now, not just for governments in developed countries, but also for companies operating in those countries. In the Online Gaming sector, this concept is reflected in a vast array of policies and procedures, including as part of the Responsible Gaming programs. In contrast to illegal gaming, safeguarding players from fraud and problematic gaming and the prevention of underage Gaming are the cornerstones of the regulated Italian framework, which, together with digitalisation, the enhancement of broadband connections and the growth in the number of smartphones, have influenced consumer behaviour and shaped the evolution of the sector.
    Observatory Online Gaming
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    Report 05.31.2017

    Online Gaming: Growth of the legitimate circuit

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    Opposing unlawful gaming, offer extension, taxation based on expenditure and rules to safeguard players have all led to the recovery of most of the unofficial ‘activity’ with a consequent increase of gaming flows in the Italian legitimate circuit. With the advancements of the regulatory and gaming framework the sector’s attractiveness has increased and over recent years there have been two major developments: Italian players have returned to the legitimate circuit and the entry in the Italian market of big international operators that have brought their base of Italian clients with them.
    Observatory Online Gaming
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    Report 04.26.2017

    Managing Cloud projects and the impact on IT management

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    Effectively introducing the Cloud within the company means embarking upon an evaluation procedure taking into consideration variables of different nature. In the course of the 2015 Research, the Cloud &ICT as a Service Observatory developed an analysis model called Cloud Project Framework that identifies technologic, organizational and business variables that are triggered when moving to as a Service information model from a traditional one and the critical aspects encountered when making this change.
    Observatory Cloud Transformation
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    Infographics 12.23.2016

    Fashion online: a trend-setting channel

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    In 2016 the eCommerce in Fashion market, what Italian consumers purchased from Italian and international sites, exceeds 1.8 billion euros, with an absolute value increase of 365 million euros (+25%) compared to 2015. In the product eCommerce sector Fashion is second only to technology and electronics: it counted for 6% in 2012 and today, in 2016, it is just under 10%.
    Observatory eCommerce B2c
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    Report 12.20.2016

    The cloud Journey towards hybrid information systems

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    ICT Departments are becoming more aware and are beginning to take a more mature approach to this topic and to understand the real repercussions for the corporate information system. Companies have invested 1.05 billion Euros to develop and update their existing infrastructural and application assets. In doing so, the use of Cloud services appears less improvised and more closely connected to corporate information system strategies of evolution. Investment for these enabling factors, which we know under the umbrella term “Cloud Enabling Infrastructure”, allow a hybrid information system to be created. This system combines the internal systems with the services offered by the Public Cloud and enhances the features and opportunities of both models.
    Observatory Cloud Transformation
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    Infographics 04.20.2016

    Online Gambling in Italy: more legal, more mobile than ever

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    Increasingly “mobile”, very high-tech, with a strong inclination towards casino games and bets, and 50 euros a month spent on average. It’s the online player profile traced by the Politecnico di Milano 2015/16 Observatory Research on Online Gaming performed in collaboration with Agenzia delle Dogane e Monopoli (Customs and Monopoly Agency) and Sogei.
    Observatory Online Gaming
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    Infographics 04.15.2016

    Internet of Things: the future is already here!

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    The growth rate of the Internet of Things market in Italy is excellent, reaching 2 billion euros at the end of 2015. Still too soon to say it has “exploded”, but “turning point” conditions are all in place.
    Observatory Internet of Things
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    Report 03.17.2016

    Cloud & ICT as a Service: Market Context

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    The shadows overhanging Cloud computing have vanished and now is a good time to act. Despite a 25% overall growth in Cloud computing with an estimated value of 1.51 billion Euros in 2015, organisations are still unable to grasp the enabling elements, reference models and main approaches linked to Cloud technology. We will begin by examining the choices that affect an organisation’s strategies in the Cloud field, what is changing in the ICT offer, how the offer is evolving to meet new company requirements, how intermediation and aggregation models for Cloud services have altered and what their level of maturity is.
    Observatory Cloud Transformation
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