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During the last three years users have seen dramatic changes in how they access, consume and interact with technology. These changes have rolled across the enterprise, demanding IT managers incorporate better functionality and modify their environments to meet the needs of users and their businesses. While concerns about consumerization, virtualization, social media and cloud have assailed IT management, the eternal challenges remain.
IT management must focus on increased security requirements, delivering results faster, increasing performance, tight budgets and tightening schedules while extracting the greatest possible business value from the available technology. To be able to prepare for what’s changing in IT in 2012, TBR surveyed 105 IT decision makers to find out what they see changing and to what impact. What we learned is that data is controlling the market, and how it is stored, accessed and leveraged can mean the difference between success and failure.
Ezra Gottheil, Ken Hyers, and Christian Perry spoke on March 22, 2012 to review highlights from our recent research with drill downs into how datacenters are collecting and housing data and how mobile devices are providing access to stored information.
During this panel discussion topics covered include:
1) Expected changes in budgets for hardware, software, services and personnel
2) Topics and trends IT decision makers will be focusing on in 2012
3) Changes in buyers’ perceptions of major vendors
4) Trends in hardware and software platforms
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