The result confirms that the EDSG is effective for chattering suppression without deteriorating the system robustness.
The proposed FNTSM shows faster convergence rate than the NTSM, and chattering reduction was achieved by the EDSG. The adaptive controller presented better transient performance and more efficiency than the adaptive method in .
eDSG reports that the global public cloud services market will more than triple in size over the next five years to reach revenue of $66 billion in 2016 and the market will see a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 29.4 percent from the $18 billion it reached at the end of 2011, according to a forecast from independent technology analyst firm Ovum.
Other statistical highlights from the eDSG study include:
- 25% of the CSPs that participated in the eDSG study indicated and proved throughout the interview that they did not believe that support for eDiscovery or Information Governance to be a key competitive advantage CSPs.
- 85% of the IT managers from the global 2000 that participated in the eDSG study indicated that they did believe that support for eDiscovery and Information Governance could be a key competitive advantage for CSPs.
- 45% of the general counsel from the global 2000 that participated in the eDSG study indicated that they have experienced an eDiscovery or Information Governance event with their CSP.
"With the accelerating increase in the amount of Electronically Stored Information (ESI) and the associated rapid introduction of new technologies in Early Case Assessment (ECA) and Cloud Computing, executive buyers were becoming increasingly frustrated with the market intelligence and solution analysis available in 2011 to make informed decisions and subsequent key technology investments," states Charles Skamser, CEO and Senior Analyst for eDSG. "Technology and associated services options in eDiscovery and Information Governance were evolving so quickly during this time that it was difficult for executive decision makers to digest requirements and keep pace.
More than any other analyst firm in the industry, eDSG believes that it is in a unique position to understand what global 2000 stakeholders need and what technology and services will be the most successful in fulfilling those needs.
"Since 2009, eDSG has worked with executive stakeholders from well over 50 organizations from the global 2000 helping them understand the rapidly changing requirements within eDiscovery and Information Governance," states Skamser.
As an example, eDSG formed and manages several of the most active industry groups on LinkedIn, including the Early Case Assessment (ECA) Association, the Enterprise eDiscovery in the Cloud LinkedIn group, the Information Governance in the Cloud LinkedIn group, the eDiscovery for Social Media LinkedIn group and the International Association of Predictive Coding LinkedIn group.
eDiscovery Solutions Group (eDSG) is an international thought leader and global provider of market intelligence, advisory services and information management consulting specializing in Information Governance, eDiscovery and advanced Cloud Computing.