6 Macro Disruptors That Will Change Information Technology

Source – techtarget.com Change is a good thing in the long run, but change can really suck while you’re experiencing it.  Right now, six (6) macro phenomena are changing the practice of Information Technology.  These changes provide both opportunities for new solutions to enter the marketplace, but also threaten the status quo – and the leaders therein.  Whether you are responsible for the success of new technologies that offer revolutionary new capabilities or are tasked with positioning your existing technology in

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These top IT news stories prepare operations to finish 2017 strong

Source – searchitoperations.techtarget.com Keeping up with IT operations is a challenge when every week brings some new change to the vendor landscape. Several acquisitions and partnerships have changed the face of the product market for container orchestration, IT service management (ITSM) and application performance management (APM). And more organizations look to artificial intelligence for its many benefits. AppDynamics updates its product — and ownership Early this year, networking vendor Cisco purchased AppDynamics, a fan favorite among IT operations management software companies, adding

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Continuous Testing for Agile and DevOps: 5 Key Takeaways from Gartner

Source – tricentis.com As software becomes the key to creating a competitive advantage across all markets, enterprises no longer enjoy the luxury of selecting either ‘speed’ or ‘quality’ when delivering software. Both are critical. Now that agile practices have matured and DevOps initiatives have entered the corporate agenda, Continuous Integration (CI), Continuous Testing (CT) and Continuous Delivery (CD) have emerged as key catalysts for enabling quality at speed. Of the three, Continuous Testing is by far the most challenging. While Continuous

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Enabling the future of connected devices

Source:- cio.com The Fog Rolls In There is an IT market segment, with roots dating back to the 1800s, that is growing at 60% CAGR and yet, almost no one has heard of it. There is even an industry consortium for this market, with big-name founding members like Dell Technologies, Cisco, Intel and Microsoft.  And when you hear the name for the first couple of times, you think it might be a prank.  It’s called Fog Computing. The first time I

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Top IT Trends MSPs Need to Know Today

Source:- mspmentor.net Staying on top of the managed IT services business requires knowing the latest, greatest trends and practices in computing. Here’s a recap of the innovations shaping the IT world today. Being familiar with these trends is important for two reasons. First, this knowledge helps you provide the best services to customers — and answer their questions authoritatively when they ask about tech buzzwords they’ve heard recently. Second, you may be able to benefit by adopting some of these

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Technologies to consider for adapting to digital transformation

Source:- pcquest.com Organization leaders strive to position themselves for success over their competitors and ensure that there’s a clear path for the future. However, many businesses continue to rely on old systems and processes to serve their clients, and this can lead to big problems as technology advances. Teams may be left in the dust if they hesitate to make necessary transitions, impacting their products and their overall reputation. Here are some of the main technologies to consider as you head

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Enterprise IT trends for 2017: ‘Fog’ computing, Internet sensors, the second coming of silicon

Source:- venturebeat.com With Snap’s IPO reportedly imminent and the giant Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas now wrapped up, many in the tech world have been focused on innovations in consumer technology lately. But I think the coming year also will be marked by lesser-noticed tectonic shifts in enterprise-IT: Trends related to cloud computing, big data, and even basic computer chips, which are getting a makeover thanks to the new demands placed on them by the deluge of data and

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