Tag: predictions

Cloud Computing, Predictions, Trends

Top cloud computing predictions for 2018: Opportunities and challenges

March 8, 2018

Via: TechGenix

AWS, Google, Microsoft — these are the three giants of the cloud computing universe, and their collective efforts made 2017 a great year for cloud computing in general. It’s expected that the Big 3 will increase their combined market share […]

Network Virtualization, Predictions, Trends, Types

How 5G will impact the future of farming and John Deere’s digital transformation

February 2, 2018

Via: ZDNet

At 180 years old, John Deere has become a household name that conjures images of farmland, tractors and rural America. But what’s less known about the iconic company is that it’s become a leading tech innovator in the precision agriculture […]

Predictions, Trends

Cybersecurity Strategy: Top Security Resolutions for 2018

December 26, 2017

Via: SQL Server Pro

As the new year approaches, several IT analysts give their top cybersecurity strategy tips and key tasks to target to protect your company’s IT assets. From conducting a top-to-bottom IT security audit to ensuring your computing infrastructure and software are […]

Predictions, Trends

Analytics in 2018: AI, IoT and multi-cloud, or bust

December 22, 2017

Via: ZDNet

At the end of every year, tech PR firms circulate and hawk the prognostications of their client companies’ executives on what the next year will bring in the world of data and analytics. There are almost always contradictions to be […]

Predictions, Trends

Arcadia Data 2018 Predictions: How AI and BI will Fare in 2018

December 21, 2017

Via: VMBlog

“Artificial intelligence (AI) deserves the same treatment Hadoop and other big data technologies have received lately. If the industry is trying to balance the hype around big data-oriented products, it has to make sure not to overhype the arrival of […]

Cloud Computing, Predictions, Trends

Rackspace 2018 Predictions: Customers will Demand Help to Navigate Multi-Cloud Complexity

November 29, 2017

Via: VMBlog

Living in the fast-paced, iterating world of technology can be a whirlwind – one year can yield advances that shake up the industry multiple times over. It’s because of this that I find it’s always helpful to pause at this […]