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Accenture Technology Vision 2014—Every Business is a Digital Business


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Accenture Technology Vision 2014—Every Business is a Digital Business

  1. 1. From Digitally Disrupted to Digital Disrupter #techvision2014 Accenture Technology Vision 2014
  2. 2. Copyright © 2014 Accenture All rights reserved. 2 #techvision2014 Since 2007, Accenture has released an annual Technology Vision. This report pinpoints the emerging IT developments that will have the greatest impact on companies, government agencies, and other organizations in the years ahead. About the Technology Vision #techvision2014
  3. 3. Every Business is a Digital Business: The Evolution #techvision2014 In 2013, we presented the idea that Every Business is a Digital Business – whether they knew it or not. This theme is still relevant, however there is one important evolution from last year: Large companies are moving from being digitally disrupted to becoming digital disrupters.
  4. 4. Big is the Next Big Thing This year’s Vision identifies six technology trends that are enabling large enterprises to move from disrupted to market disrupters, in pushing the boundaries of innovation and taking advantage of digital technologies for competitive advantage. Backed by their deep resources, enormous scale, and process discipline, these new digerati are about to rewrite much of the digital playbook. #techvision2014
  5. 5. Copyright © 2014 Accenture All rights reserved. 5 Accenture Technology Vision 2014 Six Technology Trends Shaping the future of IT Digital- Physical Blur Architecting Resilience From Workforce to Crowdsource Data Supply Chain Harnessing Hyperscale Business of Applications #techvision2014
  6. 6. Digital-Physical Blur: Extending intelligence at the Edge Wearable devices, smart objects and machines are providing us with real-time intelligence that is changing how we live and how business operate. #techvision2014
  7. 7. From Workforce to Crowdsource: Rise of the borderless enterprise Using advanced digital tools and platforms, organizations can now tap into pools of people across the world, giving them access to an immense, agile workforce…one not just better suited to solving problems, but also one that may do so for free. #techvision2014
  8. 8. Data Supply Chain: Putting information into circulation Data needs to be something that is transported through a supply chain, is shared, used and repurposed – just like other products. #techvision2014
  9. 9. Harnessing Hyperscale: Hardware is back (and it never really went away) Eclipsed by over a decade of innovation in software, the hardware world is now a hotbed of innovation with demand soaring for unprecedented levels of performance in storage, processors and specialized servers. #techvision2014
  10. 10. Business of Applications: Software as a core competency in the digital world Take data from being siloed and unmanaged to an integrated resource, managed end-to-end through a data supply chain...while taking analytics from an art to an industrialized, fully embedded capability. #techvision2014
  11. 11. Architecting Resilience: “Built to survive failure” - the mantra of the nonstop business CIOs who truly understand the concept of resiliency are transitioning their organizations to an always-on state, phasing in resilience initiatives as business risk and process economics dictate. #techvision2014
  12. 12. #techvision2014 Get the report: #techvision2014