Through an ongoing series of audience surveys, No Jitter is committed to taking the pulse of IT professionals charged with responsibility for enterprise communications -- and delivering that insight to our readership. The 2017 research agenda is as follows:
- Team Collaboration Survey: Closed (see information below)
- Enterprise Communications & Collaboration Technologies by Industry Verticals: June (TAKE SURVEY NOW!)
- State of Cloud Communications: July
- Salary & Career: Fall
See below for our latest research on team collaboration application use, the state of cloud communications, enterprise communications careers and salaries, and Skype for Business adoption trends.
2017 Team Collaboration Survey
In this survey, we asked our No Jitter audience for their input on the use of team collaboration applications, a rising new enterprise communications and collaboration technology aimed at providing persistent workspaces for team chats, voice calls, video conferencing, content sharing, and more. Check out our findings to discover what we've learned about which team collaboration apps are in use within the enterprise -- and how widespread that use is -- favorite functions, key decision factors, biggest benefits, and much more.
2016 Cloud Communications Survey
Late August/early September
No Jitter's 2016 Cloud Communications Survey results show that enterprises largely prefer a cloud model in which the provider owns, operates, and maintains the communications software within its own or public cloud infrastructure. Discover what else we learned regarding the No Jitter enterprise audience's attitudes on and activities related to running enterprise communications in the cloud.
See 2015 survey results here
2016 Career & Salary Survey for Enterprise Communications
Discover the daily on-the-job life and career arc of IT professionals involved in enterprise communications. Click here
for our findings... and see how you compare to your peers.
Click below for 2015 results:
Skype for Business Adoption Trends 2016
In our second-annual Skype for Business Adoption Trends survey, No Jitter has taken the pulse of our community regarding Microsoft's UC platform. We had a lot to ask about, given Microsoft's aggressive push of Skype for Business into the cloud, plans it's outlined (and partially delivered on) for PSTN Calling and other voice functionality within Skype for Business in the cloud, creation of the Office 365 E5 pricing and licensing scheme, and more developments that have taken place in the past year. Click here
for a slideshow of results.
Click for 2015 results: Slideshow: Skype for Business Adoption Trends