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TechViews: 6 trends to impact enterprise mobility in 2014, Security concerns and public cloud adoption, Big Data evolving auto insurance and more!

TechViews: 6 trends to impact enterprise mobility in 2014, Security concerns and public cloud adoption, Big Data evolving auto insurance and more!


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Sid Kumar

Don’t Just Focus on the Shiny New Object: Balance IT’s Present and Future
By Sid Kumar

Last month, I attended the Gartner Symposium/ITxpo 2013 conference to meet with peers and customers about the latest IT trends and to explore an important, related question: How does IT adopt technology innovations in a cost-effective and risk-mitigated way without disrupting operations and while getting the most out of current solutions? The theme of this year’s conference was the Digital Industrial Economy, and the sessions and exhibit booths were full of exciting and innovative technology that IT pros can use to drive differentiation and competitive advantage in their businesses.

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Various cloud reports are being published and now you can read a summary of the latest cloud computing forecasts and market estimates from top analysts firms in this Forbes article. All reports do have one thing in common: cloud computing is growing and is predicted to represent a majority of new IT spending.


If you think security concerns are slowing down public cloud adoption, think again! This Read Write article provides insight to the public cloud and its growth forecast for the future.


As we get closer to the New Year, one should be aware of 6 important trends that will surely impact enterprise mobility in 2014, according to this InformationWeek article. From your identity and access management to BYOD, make sure to plan your strategy accordingly.

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Still a bit confused about Big Data? Perhaps a burger can help clear things up! This Fast Company article provides great insight as to how Big Data can be used in nearly anything - even burgers. Read how the Burgernomics 101 study helped to collect data and tie it into other things that matter.

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Big Data can change the cost of auto insurance according to this BBC article. This article further explains how Big Data will revolutionize car insurance as we know it today and also help improve driving in the future because of it.

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It is easy to see that the future of IT is constantly evolving and an IT department is no longer in charge of the company’s data. This Enterprise Executive article discusses the new era of the dynamic data center and describes how it provides visibility into the entire enterprise.

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In this episode of TechViews Unplugged, Andi Mann and George Watt of CA Technologies discuss the latest research on DevOps, Samsung's OLED displays, and how the Fitbit fitness tracker provides unexpected healthcare insights. Watch the video.

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