Trends for Information Technology in 2015

Category: General Posted:May 10, 2015 By: admin


ZaranTech IT TrainingInformation Technology was dominated by several trends in the year 2014 that included the Internet of Things (IoT) and big data. There was barely any day without technologies like big data and cyber security.

Presently we have entered 2015; these information technology trends are still the point of discussion. Certain predictions have been made for the coming year:

  1. Investment for Internet of Things will continue to increase

IOT has been used in the previous year to advance business intelligence. Research shows IOT has increased rapidly for the past two years. Cisco has predicted the number of devices connected to IOT will be 25 billion. So IT and telecom sectors have been benefited the most. IOT has become the new revenue stream.

  1. Big data requires big investment

Big Data as a technology is developing day by day. Organisations are making intelligent business decisions. Spending on Big Data related software is expected to increase in the forthcoming time. This will require the organisation to refine the talent acquisition strategies to compete in the gap for skills.

  1. Business shall shift to the cloud

This year shall be a boost to cloud computing. Many operations have been migrated to cloud. This includes 2014 operations for the in-house and cloud parameters. Many organisations are using strategies to improve their cloud operations.

  1. Cyber security industry must try to hire new talent

Data security is the major problem that large organisations are facing. Lots of sensitive data has been leaked at Google, Sony and Apple. Security issues have been marked for reconfiguration issues and lack of network diversity.

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