Social media isn’t just about being social anymore. Businesses aren’t the only one taking advantage of social media to communicate directly with their target audience to boost business. Government institutions of all sizes are getting in on the act, using social media tools to communicate important information to constituents and improve delivery of services.
It’s no secret that businesses are consuming more data than ever, thanks to the prevalence of cloud computing and mobile traffic. Add to that the ever-growing Big Data needs, and organizations are seeing unprecedented demands on their networks.
A new year is approaching, and with it come the inevitable conversations about resolutions. When it comes to IT, there are certainly some goals your organization will be considering for the next 12 months and beyond.
We’ve discussed a host of IT and business tips this year, and wanted to revisit some of the top best practices for your business to take advantage of in 2013.
Though cloud computing dominated many IT conversations this year, there was plenty else to talk about in the tech world. And talk you did.
We analyzed the articles you clicked on, retweeted and mentioned on Twitter to come up with the top IT stories that you, the folks on the front lines, deemed most important in 2012 for business. Let’s take a look:
For a company to thrive, it must seek agility and innovation. We know those are business buzzwords but they are important when it comes to the business environment we will enter over the next few years. Agility will be important to integrate technology, and innovation will be needed to make organizational changes that blend information technology more closely with the lines of business.
Human-like technology. The potential downfall of the data center. Hyper-personalization of data. These are some of the responses IT leaders gave to us when we asked, “What will business technology look like in 2020?”
In 2020, tech experts say, computers could learn from experience, much like the human brain. The end of the data center as we know it might arrive. And technology will know the most important things about us to help us become more productive.
In our new ebook, Business Technology 2020, the experts — who represent organizations such as Intel, IBM, Frost and Sullivan, Aberdeen, ATLANTIC-ACM and Current Analysis and more — also cover topics that include the cloud, health care, cognitive computing and the role of the CIO, giving a holistic preview of how technology will impact your business in and leading up to 2020.
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Do you agree with the experts’ predictions? How do you think technology will impact your business/role in 2020? We want to hear from you! Join the Twitter conversation by following us @CenturyLinkBiz and by using the hashtag #biztech2020.
What will business technology look like in 2020? That’s the question we asked some of the industry’s top IT leaders for our forthcoming ebook, “Business Technology 2020.”
Of course, cloud is a part of the answer. However, in 2020, we will be talking about cloud much differently than we do today. I wanted to take the opportunity to share with you my vision for business technology in 2020.