The Browser as a Service market is forecast to reach $10 Billion by 2024, growing at CAGR 30% in the period 2019-2024. Some of the report findings for this dynamically changing market include:
- Web browser is, by far, the largest endpoint security issue. The entire concept of Browser as a Service is based on separation of the browser security concern from endpoint. Technically such separation can be implemented either in a private or public cloud. The separation of concerns (SoC) is a time-tested design principle which in this particular case significantly reduces security risks by order of magnitudes. Besides isolating the browser function the BaaS approach also offers additional security by providing perishable (disposable) session mode and centralizing security function.
- Endpoint security is a single major driver of the remote browser market. As a such the remote browser technology holds an utmost appeal for cyber security vendors. Who rules the centralized remote browser service, gets a wealth of threat intelligence.
- The remote browser technology appeals to practically all major IT vendors as a penetration channel to enterprise market which can facilitate offering of other products and services.
- The enterprise model opens wide opportunities for remote browser platform development and infrastructure services. The remote browser platform can serve as a host and a marketplace for third party apps. Installation of the Baas in private cloud opens lucrative opportunities for planning and consulting services, training, support and maintenance, customization and white/black listing services.
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The report offers market scenario of the Browser as a Service market in 2019-2024. The term Browser as a Service (BaaS) is used interchangeably with such terms as remote server, cloud browser or browser in the cloud. The report addresses five major dimensions of the Browser as a Service market:
- BaaS products and services offered under freemium and paid subscription models or software licenses;
- Government-imposed remote browser;
- Offshore remote browser;
- Remote browser as an app platform;
- BaaS infrastructure.
The report provides:
- The Browser as a Service market forecast year-by-year for the period 2019-2024.
- The Browser as Service market segmentation by subscription/licensing revenues: 1)End user: single user and small group; 2) Enterprise by organization size (three size categories).
- The niche BaaS markets: nationwide government-sponsored BaaS markets and offshore BaaS markets.
- Browser as a Service platform market by apps (12 segments).
- Browser as a Service market by hardware, software and infrastructure services (9 segments)
- Browser as a Service market share by deployment: hybrid cloud, private cloud, public cloud.
- Browser as a Service market share by verticals (13 segments).
- Remote browser competitive landscape by vendors and contenders.
Table of Contents
1. Market Report Scope and Methodology
1.2. Research Methodology
2. Executive Summary
2.1. Browser as a Service Market in Numbers
2.1.1. Browser as a Service Subscription/Software License Market
2.1.2. Browser as a Service Niche Markets
2.1.3. Remote Browser as an App Platform
2.1.4. BaaS Market by Hardware, Software and Infrastructure Services
2.1.5. BaaS Market by Deployment
2.1.6. BaaS Market by Verticals
2.2. Remote Browser Competitive Landscape
List of Figures
Fig. 1- BaaS Market by Deployment, Market Share by Public, Private and Hybrid Cloud, %
Fig. 2- BaaS Market by Vertical Markets, Market Share %
Fig. 3- Vendors and Contenders
List of Tables
Table 1 – Browser as a Service Market Forecast 2019-2024, $Mln
Table 2 – Browser as a Service Market by End User Subscription Revenues 2019-2024, $Mln
Table 3 – Browser as a Service Enterprise Market by Company Size 2019-2024, $Mln
Table 4 – Nationwide Government-Sponsored BaaS Markets 2019-2024, $Mln
Table 5 – Offshore BaaS Markets 2019-2024, $Mln
Table 6 – BaaS Platform Market 2019-2024 by Apps, $Mln
Table 7 – BaaS Market 2019-2024 by Hardware, Software and Infrastructure Services, $Mln