Monday, 11 February 2013

TOP 15 Emerging Technologies

Research firm Forrester understands that everyone who’s been listening with even one ear knows that mobile, social, cloud, and data are big freight trains of change that are blowing up old business models and old business practices.

TOP 15 Emerging Technologies are in four groups:

End user computing technologies

 1.Next-generation devices and UIs
New sensors and new user interfaces. Think Leap Motion
 2.Advanced collaboration and communication
Think social inside, like Yammer or or other social-inside-the-enterprise solutions
 3.Systems of engagement
Real-time data, in everyone’s hands. Think Roambi

Sensors and remote computing technologies

 1.Smart products
Thing that can sense, react, and communicate. Think operating system for places and buildings
 2.In-location positioning
GPS and in-building location sensors
 3.Machine-to-machine networks
Background intelligence on people and things. Think ReelyActive

Process data management technologies

 1.Smart process applications and semantics
Real business processes are a lot messier than your flow charts. Smart process apps know that.
 2.Advanced analytics
Smarter, more predictive data. Think Cloudera’s Impala tool for Hadoop
 3.Pervasive BI
People need business intelligence that comes every hour, not at the end of the month
 4.Process and data cloud services
Scalable, burstable, and cheap computing capability. PaaS, BaaS, etc.

Infrastructure and application platforms

 1.Big data platforms
Infrastructure to handle big data and high speed … and use all that data you’ve been uselessly storing
 2.Breakthrough storage and compute
Yes, hardware may still be necessary, even if you’re never going to be like Google
 3.Software-defined infrastructure
Software that dynamically routes your networking and data center capabilities
 4.Cloud application frameworks
Technologies for deploying and running distributed apps in the cloud, like, perhaps, a multi-continent-spanning database
 5.New identity and trust models
New federated trust and identity models for a changing world of jobs and careers … and maybe even killing all usernames and passwords


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