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Hurwitz & Associates expects 2016 to be an interesting year with a combination of innovative new offerings and a resurgence of existing technologies in the forefront. 2016 will be the year when the old is new again; customers will continue to absorb and deploy technologies such as cloud, microservices, IoT, and advanced analytics. Businesses will select technologies based on the offering’s ability to provide both efficiency and the ability to improve customer relationships. We also expect to see continued consolidation in the market. Large enterprise vendors will continue to purchase innovative companies as both “tuck-in” acquisitions and a fast way...
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I guess that I have been in this technology industry for too long. Like many of my colleagues, I love new technology and I thrive on change and emerging trends. In fact, the technology market thrives on change and the latest innovation that promises to turn an also ran company into a market disruptor. The reality is that many of these shiny new toys or technology innovations fail – sometimes almost unnoticed and sometimes with a bang. In my business book, Smart or Lucky? How Technology Leaders Turn Chance into Success, I devote an entire chapter on what I call “Silver...
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Many organizations are looking at cloud computing as an extension to their traditional data center.  The private cloud is often envisioned as a technique to provide a segregated set of services that can be used for such requirements as supporting peak loads, creating new applications, or more easily deploying services on demand.  But as with many technology trends, there are unintended and unexpected consequences in technology evolution.  Therefore, the pragmatic approach of isolating a segment of the data center as a pool of shared cloud resources will simply open the flood gates for dramatic change.  I predict that the data center...
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