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Driven factors fueling the Encryption Software Market

Our ever-connected digital world is targeted by a set of threats that focus on critical and sensitive data; the most decisive asset. 
In effect, one can observe that, the encryption software market is driven by factors such as increasing need to safeguard critical business information against advanced threats, manifestation of dynamic business environment, and compliance to cyber security guidelines and regulations.
According to Research and Markets, the encryption software market size is estimated to grow from USD 3.05 billion in 2016 to USD 8.94 billion by 2021.
Increasing operational costs and emergence of hardware-based full disk encryption limit the growth of encryption software market.

The dynamics behind sustained development of the Internet of Things (IoT)

I have a pleasure to recall that, the necessary dynamics fueling the sustained development of the IoT reflect each nation's economic stature, technological preparedness, and business readiness to benefit from the efficiencies linked to IoT solutions. 
We have the business environment that fosters innovation and promotes attractive investment opportunities.
Government effectiveness, regulatory quality, start-up procedures, innovation, and broadband penetration are also at the core of stakes.

The United States, South Korea, and the United Kingdom as most ready to generate and benefit from the Internet of Things (IoT)

A set of objectives elements converge on the fact, the United States, South Korea, and the United Kingdom are the three countries most ready to generate and benefit from the IoT
According to IDC, the U.S. scores particularly well on measures such as ease of doing business, government effectiveness, innovation, and cloud infrastructure, as well as GDP and technology spending as a percent of GDP
I can also observe that, South Korea, despite a modest GDP, scores extremely well on IoT-specific spending and has a business environment that fosters innovation and promotes attractive investment opportunities. 
The U.K. scores very highly on measures of ease of doing business, government effectiveness, regulatory quality, start-up procedures, innovation, and broadband penetration.

Advanced Connected Data Environments for Infrastructure Projects and Assets

At the core of stakes, we have the ability to enable business- and operational-intelligence analytics to have open and live access to information within digital engineering models in order that “ET” (engineering technologies) can be brought to bear with “IT” and “OT” (operational technologies) to improve the throughput, safety, and reliability of infrastructure asset performance. In effect, Bentley’s new AssetWise CONNECT Edition and ProjectWise CONNECT Edition uniquely support hybrid computing environments across desktops, mobile devices, and in-house servers. And together, ProjectWise CONNECT Edition and AssetWise CONNECT Edition leverage Microsoft’s Azure cloud services to advance beyond common data environments to connected data environments.

State-of-the-art software verification and validation (SW V&V) methodologies for embedded systems

At the center of stakes, we have extended best practices for Embedded Software development, debug and test via virtual platforms and expertise.
Imperas partners with T&VS with the goal to extend the adoption of virtual platform methodologies and best practices in the arena of test and verification.
A great momentum forthe entire embedded software community. For those who are unfamiliar, Imperas Software Ltd., focuses on high-performance software simulation and virtual platforms, while Test and Verification Solutions (T&VS) focuses on hardware verification and software testing provider.
Their partnership promotes state-of-the-art software verification and validation (SW V&V) methodologies for embedded systems.

Several challenges remain for Google regarding the Android OS

Beyond a set of challenges related to security and the fragmentation of the Android ecosystem, others heavy challenges remain for Google. 
In effect, the Android platform is getting overcrowded with hundreds of manufacturers, few Android device vendors make profits, and Google’s new Pixel range is attacking its own hardware partners that made Android popular in the first place.

Android increases its wide dominance on the Global Smartphone Shipments in Q3 2016

The momentum remains on an exciting curve with global smartphone shipments that grew nearly 6 percent annually from 354.2 million units in Q3 2015 to 375.4 million in Q3 2016. I can also observe that, modest smartphone regrowth is being supported by emerging markets with relatively low smartphone penetration across Asia and Africa Middle East, particularly countries such as India, South Africa , Nigeria and Indonesia.
According to Strategy Analytics, Android’s domination of global smartphone shipments remained strong in Q3 2016, with a record 88 percent of all smartphones now running Google’s OS. Apple iOS lost ground to Android and dipped to 12 percent share worldwide in Q3 2016, due to a monotonous performance in China and Africa.
The same firm also reveals that, BlackBerry and Microsoft Windows Phone have all, but disappeared due to strategic shifts, while Tizen and other emerging platforms softened as a result of limited product portfolios and modest developer support.