Organizational entrenchment and disruptions; software networks; bigger data and storage; hybrid cloud services; client and server architectures; the Internet of things; IT/OT and appliance madness; operational complexity; virtual data center; and IT demand—these are the top technology trends people need to watch, according to Gartner.
During the Gartner Symposium in São Paulo this week, Milind Goveka, Gartner Research managing vice president, presented the list, emphasizing that the market should pay attention to these technologies because they will impact and change business over the next five years. Check out his speech:
In addition, last week at the Orlando symposium, Gartner highlighted the top 10 technologies and trends that will be strategic for most organizations in 2013. Many of them are the same of those highlighted by Goveka.
In the U.S., Gartner analysts presented the following list:
- Mobile device battles
- Mobile applications and HTML5
- Personal cloud
- Enterprise app stores
- The Internet of things
- Hybrid IT and cloud computing
- Strategic big data
- Actionable analytics
- In memory computing
- Integrated ecosystems