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IT trends – 2013 & beyond

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A discussion on IT trends forecast for the year ahead in respect to entrepreneurs & students. …

A discussion on IT trends forecast for the year ahead in respect to entrepreneurs & students.
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  • Yes we all wanted the awesome hover-boards, time travel, technology that gets you ready out of bed & serves you food at a button … sadly that’s not what we have yet or see
  • Green Initiatives, Security Concerns & the Human touch seem to be underlying themes for everything … you can’t miss those whatever you do…
  • Gartner, Inc. (NYSE: IT) is the world's leading information technology research and advisory company.
  • Social –local : Social graph merging with location based servicesE-commerce : shipping costs must reduce, needs to cater to multi platform, 24x7 global environment
  • Cheap SmartphonesApp – to become specific .. Money minting days over … only those that can sustain will surviveSmartphone users are less likely to click on a link in a newsletter than computer users.
  • There are too many misconceptions regarding this because of it’s humble name, but you’re already using it in the daily web browsing so it’s obviously here to stay
  • Big Data-time is not about big numbers, it’s about data that’s large in volume, complex in type & requires real time analytics
  • Augmented reality - Augmented reality is going to be the bomb and work is currently progressing smoothly. As expected the first generation apps are not that great, and there are some problems in virtual reality facing software engineers that cannot be solved currently as the algorithms to tackle those problems do not exist (to my knowledge), but people will find a way. Augmented reality is when you take reality and modify it somehow, depending on what you want to see. You can add information to the visual world:Designing for Humans – more of a philosophy
  • 3-D : Starting with –healthcare industry, planning to transform manufacturing foreverSmart TV – TV anytime anywhere – on the line of Internet anytime anywherePersonalization – wearable gadgets,
  • Agile: Resources are spreading geographically apart & there’s too much happening at once… Agile is the need to meet such scenarios
  • Identity and Access Governance (IAG) solutions allow IT to centralize and manage access to resources. Certificates in analytics, data mining and data science are offered by EMC, Datameer, Cisco, and many others helping you to acquire the skills needed to extract reliable information from large data sets
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    • 1. IN DISCUSSION
    • 2. Agenda for the hour: What does the future look like Say “Hi” Gartner’s forecast Web forecasts Mobile & HTML5 Trends Cloud Big Data UI/UX Trends Jargons & what stays Certification Trends
    • 3. What we wanted the future to look like
    • 4. What it really looks like:
    • 5. Say “Hi”Tell me:1. You’re Name2. Current role / years of IT experience3. What do you look forward to in IT for yourself
    • 6. 2013 according to Gartner: Mobile Devices battle Mobile application & HTML5 Personal Cloud Enterprise App Stores The Internet of things Hybrid IT & Cloud Computing Strategic Big Data Actionable Analytics In-memory Computing Integrated Ecosystems
    • 7. Web Trends Global online population: ± 2.5 bn Connected Devices: ± 10 bn  Cloud, cloud, cloud  Disruption of current payment modes – Commerce by mobile  Social – local  Internet of things  E-government
    • 8. Mobile Device Stats By 2016, 80% of the US population will use mobile phones. By 2016, 50% of the US will use iPads / tablets. By November 2012, over 20% of all blog visits came from a mobile device or tablet. Most common activities by smartphone users:  SMS / text messaging – 90%  Maps – 72%  Surfing while traveling – 70%  Surfing while in a restaurant – 64%  While in a store – 63%
    • 9. 2010HTML5 2016
    • 10. Cloud - What it IS & what it’s NOT
    • 11. BIG Data
    • 12. UI / UX Trends “Design is not what it looks like and feels like. Design is how it works.” – Steve Jobs Augmented Reality Designing for Humans Wider space, larger fonts, more search input Responsive Design – Platform Independent Flat Designs
    • 13. Jargons – pretend you know! Data Analytics Personalization Internet of Things 3-D Printing Smart TV Green Technology
    • 14. Things that will continue to trend E-learning Internet Security Social Media Agile
    • 15. Students /Career Watch Big Data – Certified Developer for Apache Hadoop Cloud – VMware VCP-Cloud Certification Access Governance - Novell Identity Manager Administration Certification Cybersecurity – Certified Information Security Manager Mobile – CompTIA Secure Mobile App Developer Data Analytics – EMCDSA, EMC Data Science Associate
    • 16. Who helped me: http://envisioningtech.com/envisioning2012/ http://designmind.frogdesign.com/blog/20-tech- trends-for-2013.html http://www.gartner.com/newsroom/id/2209615 http://www.capgemini.com/ctoblog/2012/12/7-trends- 2013/ http://www.itbusinessedge.com/slideshows/top-10- technology-trends-for-2013-12.html http://www.itbusinessedge.com/slideshows/eight-it- certifications-trending-up-for-2013.html http://www.baselinemag.com/it-management/ten- tech-trends-that-will-change-it-in-2013/
    • 17. In the end:
    • 18. Notes:Slide 3:Yes we all wanted the awesome hover-boards, time travel, technology that getsyou ready out of bed & serves you food at a button … sadly that’s not what wehave yet or seeSlide 4:Green Initiatives, Security Concerns & the Human touch seem to be underlyingthemes for everything … you can’t miss those whatever you do…Slide 6:Gartner, Inc. (NYSE: IT) is the worlds leading information technologyresearch and advisory company.Analysts presented their findings during Gartner Symposium/ITxpo - importantgathering of CIOs and senior IT executivesMobile Device BattlesGartner predicts that by 2013 mobile phones will overtake PCs as the mostcommon Web access device worldwide and that by 2015 over 80 percent of thehandsets sold in mature markets will be smartphones. However, only 20 percentof those handsets are likely to be Windows phones.
    • 19. HTML 5 & BrowserThrough 2014, JavaScript performance will push HTML5 and the browser as amainstream application developer environment. Six mobile architectures –native, special, hybrid, HTML 5, Message and No Client will remain popular. However,there will be a long term shift away from native apps to Web apps as HTML5 becomesmore capable. But native apps won’t disappear, and will always offer bestexperiences.Developers will also need to develop new design skills to deliver touch-optimized mobile applications that operate across a range of devices in a coordinatedfashion.Personal CloudThe personal cloud will gradually replace the PC as the location where individuals keeptheir personal content, access their services and personal preferences and center theirdigital lives. It will be the glue that connects the web of devices they choose to useduring different aspects of their daily livesworld no one platform, form factor, technology or vendor will dominate and manageddiversity and mobile device management will be an imperative. The personal cloudshifts the focus from the client device to cloud-based services delivered across devices.Enterprise App Store:With enterprise app stores the role of IT shifts from that of a centralized planner to amarket manager providing governance and brokerage services to users and potentiallyan ecosystem to support apptrepreneurs.
    • 20. The Internet of ThingsThe Internet of Things (IoT) is a concept that describes how the Internet will expand as physicalitems such as consumer devices and physical assets are connected to the Internet. Key elements ofthe IoT which are being embedded in a variety of mobile devices include embedded sensors,image recognition technologies and NFC payment. As a result, mobile no longer refers only to useof cellular handsets or tablets. Smartphones and other intelligent devices dont just use thecellular network, they communicate via NFC, Bluetooth, LE and Wi-Fi to a wide range of devicesand peripherals, such as wristwatch displays, healthcare sensors, smart posters, and homeentertainment systems. The IoT will enable a wide range of new applications and services whileraising many new challenges.Hybrid IT and Cloud ComputingIT organizations realize that they have a responsibility to help improve the provisioning andconsumption of inherently distributed, heterogeneous and often complex cloud services for theirinternal users and external business partners.Strategic Big DataBig Data is moving from a focus on individual projects to an influence on enterprises’ strategicinformation architecture. Dealing with data volume, variety, velocity and complexity is forcingchanges to many traditional approaches. This realization is leading organizations to abandon theconcept of a single enterprise data warehouse containing all information needed for decisions.Instead they are moving towards multiple systems, including content management, datawarehouses, data marts and specialized file systems tied together with data services andmetadata, which will become the "logical" enterprise data warehouse.Actionable AnalyticsAnalytics is increasingly delivered to users at the point of action and in context.
    • 21. In Memory ComputingIn memory computing (IMC) can also provide transformational opportunities. The execution ofcertain-types of hours-long batch processes can be squeezed into minutes or even secondsallowing these processes to be provided in the form of real-time or near real-time services thatcan be delivered to internal or external users in the form of cloud services. Integrated EcosystemsThe market is undergoing a shift to more integrated systems and ecosystems and away fromloosely coupled heterogeneous approaches. Driving this trend is the user desire for lower cost,simplicity, and more assured security. The trend is manifested in three levels. Appliances combinehardware and software and software and services are packaged to address and infrastructure orapplication workloadSlide 7:Social –local : Social graph merging with location based servicesE-commerce : shipping costs must reduce, needs to cater to multi platform, 24x7 globalenvironmentSlide 8:Cheap SmartphonesApp – to become specific .. Money minting days over … only those that can sustain will surviveSmartphone users are less likely to click on a link in a newsletter than computer users.Slide 10:There are too many misconceptions regarding this because of it’s humble name, but you’realready using it in the daily web browsing so it’s obviously here to staySlide 11:Big Data-time is not about big numbers, it’s about data that’s large in volume, complex in type &requires real time analytics
    • 22. Slide 12:Augmented reality - Augmented reality is going to be the bomb and work is currentlyprogressing smoothly. As expected the first generation apps are not that great, andthere are some problems in virtual reality facing software engineers that cannot besolved currently as the algorithms to tackle those problems do not exist (to myknowledge), but people will find a way. Augmented reality is when you take realityand modify it somehow, depending on what you want to see. You can addinformation to the visual world:Designing for Humans – more of a philosophySlide 13:3-D : Starting with –healthcare industry, planning to transform manufacturing foreverSmart TV – TV anytime anywhere – on the line of Internet anytime anywherePersonalization – wearable gadgets,Slide 14: Agile: Resources are spreading geographically apart & there’s too muchhappening at once… Agile is the need to meet such scenariosSlide 15: Identity and Access Governance (IAG) solutions allow IT to centralize andmanage access to resources.Certificates in analytics, data mining and data science are offered by EMC, Datameer,Cisco, and many others helping you to acquire the skills needed to extract reliableinformation from large data sets

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