Study: 651 Million E-mail Users Worldwide
- By Scott Bekker
- January 18, 2005
Worldwide e-mail usage boomed in 2004, according to a new study by the Radicati Group.
In its bi-monthly "Radicati Market Stats," the group reported that worldwide e-mail traffic increased by 35 percent in 2004. Daily traffic was 76.8 billion messages, and corporate e-mail accounted for 83 percent of the traffic.
Also on the rise was the number of e-mail users worldwide -- up 15 percent to 651 million. The percentage of worldwide corporate professionals using wireless e-mail by the end of 2004 hit 17 percent, in Radicati's estimation. The firm projects that figure will increase to 89 percent by 2008.
Scott Bekker is editor in chief of Redmond Channel Partner magazine.