Data Center Security A Big Concern And A Big Coin Generator

Future Market Insights’ latest study estimates the global data center security market will exhibit a CAGR of 11.1% from 2018 to 2028. As the market penetration of data centers has proliferated, a corresponding increase in the demand for the security of its infrastructure and data has been witnessed worldwide. A trend influencing growth is the increasing number of initiatives undertaken by several regional governments in collaboration with various Tier-1 and Tier-2 companies. Most of these companies are among the leading providers of data center security solutions and services, securing critical data stored at data centers of respective countries and regions.

 

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  • Data center security landscape has been witnessing a surge in the frequency of introduction of virtualized data center security solutions via collaborations between multiple channel partners.
  • BFSI & healthcare to remain highly lucrative end-use segments in data center security.
  • Fast developing asian markets generating high demand for data center security solutions and services.
  • Top players in the global data center security market are Checkpoint Software Technologies Limited, Hewlett Packard Enterprises, Citrix Systems, Fortinet, Inc., Dell EMC, Honeywell International Inc., Future Net Solutions, Inc., IBM Corporation, McAfee, LLC, Juniper Networks, Inc., Schneider Electric, Robert Bosch GmbH, Trend Micro Incorporated, and Symantec Corporation.

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