Trends

This year’s tech wish list, minus the hype
Edwin Yapp kicks off the year by reflecting on what big data and cloud really meant in 2013.
Five innovations that will change our lives within 5yrs: IBM
IBM has unveiled the eighth annual  ‘IBM 5 in 5 – a list of innovations that it said would have the potential to change the way people work, live and interact during the next five years.
As big data grows, so does the confusion it brings: Forrester
After at least a year of big data awareness campaigns and publicity in the media by big money spending vendors, the term still brings with it a lot of hype, while its adoption will remain variable over the next two years, according to a new study from Forrester.
Bullish outlook for Malaysia's storage market: HDS
Hitachi Data Systems believes it can outpace market growth and increase its share of the local storage market, said its newly appointed country head for Malaysia.
IT buyers' keywords in 2013: Stability, capability and accessibility
In a new report on “2013 Trends to Watch: Bundled Outsourcing,” independent technology analyst firm Ovum looks at the phenomenon of IT services bundling and how it will influence the IT market in 2013.
The top consumer trends for 2013, according to Ericsson
Ericsson ConsumerLab has identified the hottest consumer trends for 2013 and beyond, among them being that men will take a backseat as women drive the smartphone market.
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