The Application Usage and Risk Report - An Analysis of End User Application Trends in the Enterprise

The Application Usage and Risk Report - An Analysis of End User Application Trends in the Enterprise

This risk report provides a global view into enterprise application usage by summarising network traffic assessments conducted in 2,036 organisations worldwide between November 2011 and May 2012. Key findings include: Streaming video bandwidth consumption triples to 13%, P2P filesharing bandwidth consumption skyrockets 700%, and that social networking continues to define itself. View the detailed report.

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