Enterprise computing for 2013 and beyond creates a plethora of challenges and opportunities. Businesses, their clients and their customers alike are having to adapt to increased globalization and the commercialization of technology owners, both at home and in the workplace. In this regard the technologies related to mobile computing , cloud computing and big data management and analytics enhance your organization's ability to reach new audiences and position themselves within markets – both physical and virtual – that stretch the boundaries of culture and economic systems.
The fusion of technologies, their impact on business, and the trends in IT technologies will define not just IT's strategic focus in 2013 but for years to come. No matter what your business' focus is, the core IT requirements remain the same. While priorities differ at the outset, almost everyone agrees on the final ‘trending’ points. That mobility, virtualization, collaborative systems, analytics and information governance play key roles. That the previously mentioned commercial outlook, embracing cloud philosophies and big data management will drive success.
What does the future hold for IT? Join us for an interesting discussion on the impact of three major technology trends, mobility, cloud computing and big data / analytics, on enterprise computing and the enterprise data center.