Computing trends for 2015

Category: General Posted:Jul 09, 2015 By: admin

IT TrendsThere top 10 strategic computing trends for 2015:

1: Computing everywhere

Mobile-device proliferation is growing for 2015. The main focus will be on interaction between the user and the device. The focus will be on how the environments interact with the device.

2: Internet of Things

Internet will be highly used and the users will work on internet for everything.

3: 3D printing

3D printing shall continue to grow at an amazing rate for the future. Businesses must be active and shall check their market based on what effect 3D printing will have on their cost structure and products.

4: Advanced, pervasive, and invisible analytics

The amount and types of data will demand more advanced analytics than the ones that are currently available.

5: Context-rich systems

Context aware security is emerging in the market and is the application of new capability.

6: Smart machines

The perfect combination of context-rich embedded systems and advanced analytics will result in extremely smart machines. The smart machine era in IT will have prototypes of advanced robots and autonomous vehicles.

7: Cloud/client computing

“Cloud is the new style of elastically scalable, self-service computing, and both internal applications and external applications will be built on this new style,” Cearley said. This is advantageous as networking and bandwidth costs are really high. Thus it’s easy to manage materials on cloud.

8: Software-defined applications

Flexibility will be required to expand the digital. This is possible with the help of software-defined networks, data centres, security and storage.

9: Web-scale IT

Organizations will start incorporating global-class computing for their organization setting. Development and operations will combine together in coordinated manner.

10: Risk-based security

Security is the major concern. Rather than working toward complete protection, now the focus will be on risk assessments.

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