Cloud Computing Trends in 2015

Cloud technologies will find more takers in 2015. It will become a key element in delivering IT services. Cloud will offer significant benefits over traditional on-premise services thanks to its speed and flexibility. However, cloud will also come with its fair share of challenges. Container based computing will speed up application development but create security challenges as well.

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Big Data Trends to Watch Out for in 2015

2015 will be a year where Big Data and Analytics technologies will become more standardized and broadly adopted. Hadoop will become more usable because it will become more embedded and less-directly exposed. Better tooling and true role-based access controls will enable more enterprise adoption. NoSQL and relational databases will become more mature. In fact, the inter-mixing of capabilities will bring the two of them together.

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Mobile Enterprise Apps – Predictions for 2015

IDC has predicted that in 2015 organizations will dedicate close to 25% of their budgets to mobile application development, deployment and management. Large enterprises will leverage mobile app development platforms to develop mobile apps. In fact, the number of enterprise applications optimized for mobility is expected to quadruple by 2016.

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Enterprise Collaboration Market Poised for Growth

A new report on the Global Enterprise Collaboration Market has revealed that the Global Enterprise Collaboration Market is poised for growth. The increasing need for productivity, real-time communications and change in customer preferences will drive the growth of this market. Social software and collaboration software will converge together in the coming years. Single-point solutions are giving way to comprehensive platforms which offer collaboration and social capabilities such as IM, video conferencing, blogs, emails, forums and wikis. Organizations are also increasingly embracing the BYOD policy, in which the devices are linked to a cloud server which can be accessed anytime using protected security code.

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 TECH DIGEST – Week 51, 2014

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