Content Marketing: Thought Leadership in a Web 2.0 World

We’re recommending that readers register for an upcoming web seminar presented by Velocity Partners (the firm of Lighthouse board member Stan Woods) with B2B Marketing Magazine. It’s on Wednesday, 3rd June 2009 at 3:30pm London time. Stan writes that the webinar “takes you on a rather fast-paced tour of the single most important discipline in Read more about Content Marketing: Thought Leadership in a Web 2.0 World[…]

Colt surge up this month’s Telecoms Index

This month’s Telecoms Index has seen some interesting changes. In the top ten, Verizon has gained two spots, BT has gained three spots as has Foundry while Avaya has grabbed the tenth position by leaping-frogging four places up the rankings. Analysts’ focus has certainly increased on Telstra since it announced a deal with ANZ Bank Read more about Colt surge up this month’s Telecoms Index[…]

Canon enters the top 10 in this month’s Systems Index

There has been some changes in this month’s Systems Index. The big guns still occupy the top three spots i.e. IBM, Intel and Dell. But Apple and AMD have both made good gains in the top ten, each improving by two places. Sun Microsystems has dropped two spots finishing in ninth position. Canon has been Read more about Canon enters the top 10 in this month’s Systems Index[…]

Verisign moves most in this month’s Services Index

There is no change in the top three of this month’s Services Index. Accenture is leading, with EDS and CSC playing catch up. Verisign has performed well this month, increasing its share of voice by 5 places and entering the top 20. It announced a new business structure which it believes will better accommodate its Read more about Verisign moves most in this month’s Services Index[…]

AT&T leaps into Telecoms Index top ten

After two months in third position, Motorola has managed to up its game, increase its share of voice and beat Ericsson for the second spot. Nokia are still ahead in pole position. Enterasys, AT&T and Brazil Telecom have performed exceptionally well. Between them, they have risen a total of 28 places in this month’s Index Read more about AT&T leaps into Telecoms Index top ten[…]

Check Point check in to the top 25 of this month’s Software Index

There has been considerable movement in this month’s Software Index. Microsoft, Oracle and SAP still retain the top three places whilst BEA maintains its ninth position. After that, it’s all change in the top 25. The biggest climber was Check Point Software which increased its share of voice by eight places and entered the top Read more about Check Point check in to the top 25 of this month’s Software Index[…]

Dell regains third spot in January Systems Index

Dell regains its third spot in this month’s Systems Index which has been relatively stable. The top ten firms are virtually identical to those topping last month’s chart and, unusually for any of the Indexes that we publish, there hasn’t been a single new entrant into the top 25. Unsurprisingly, Nintendo leapt six spots in Read more about Dell regains third spot in January Systems Index[…]

Xansa storms up the January Services Index

The big service companies’ profile in analyst research remains pretty much as last month. Accenture tops the pile with EDS second and CSC third. More interestingly, Wipro snuck in to the top ten in December. This is no doubt in part due to its announcement of a strategic partnership with ITV to develop a platform Read more about Xansa storms up the January Services Index[…]

Microsoft leads the December Software Index

Microsoft retains its much favoured top spot in this month’s Software Index, ahead of Oracle, SAP, CA and Google. Red Hat enters the top ten, pushing Sybase into twelfth position. MySQL has been very active this month teaming up with NitroSecurity to announce that they will jointly develop a database engine for MySQL based on Read more about Microsoft leads the December Software Index[…]