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What the IT landscape will look like in 2015
Big data, security, mobility, private cloud adoption and IT modernisation the top IT trends to look out for in 2015, writes Ng Tian Beng of Dell.
Welcome to the year of integrated intelligence
Zebra Technologies’ Ryan Goh looks at the top three technology trends that we can expect to see developing over the next year to drive enterprise asset intelligence and innovation, and influence decision-making around IT investments.
New IP, SDN takes hold, IoT becomes a business issue
Brocade’s Sean Ong outlines his predictions on what technology trends we should watch for in 2015.
The rise of the superuser, and managing shadow IT
IT departments should deal with ‘shadow IT’ by listening to individuals and teams throughout the business to help ensure employees have access to the latest collaboration tools they want, empowering them to do their jobs more effectively, writes Telstra’s Jim Clarke.
The ‘6Cs’ to disrupt IT marketplace in 2015: 451 Research
The IT industry agenda in 2015 will be dominated by containers, convergence, cloud security, closets, crowd workers and coexistence, according to New York-based IT research and advisory company 451 Research.
7 tips for mobilising your workforce
Mobility is much more than issuing a few tablets or smartphones to employees. Implemented properly, it transforms where, when, and how people work. Citrix’s Mark Micallef shares seven tips on how organisations can kick off their mobility strategies effectively.
Social media engagement the 'game changer' in talent war
As more Gen-Ys and millennials join the workforce, social media and online tools are emerging as the vital channels that organisations need to attract, engage and retain top talents.
The consumer within the enterprise
Embracing and managing the consumerisation of IT takes a people-centric approach and must go beyond simply allowing people to choose which devices they want to use, writes Felix Foong of Microsoft Malaysia.
Technology disruptions at work in Asean
Changing demographics are accelerating the pace of change in Asean’s workplace, but we are also seeing technology driving disruption at an organisational level, changing the way information is processed, how decisions are made, and how knowledge is shared, writes Grace Yip of Accenture Singapore.
Five drivers for APAC IT services spending in 2015: IDC
IDC's 2014 IT Services Survey results reveal that the top five focus areas for IT services spending in the coming 12 months are IT infrastructure resources consolidation; security enhancement; IT-enabled business innovation; social applications; and big data and analytics.
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