Newsletters 2005

February 23, 2005

Predictions for 2005

Predictions for 2005 by Judith Hurwitz, CEO While 2004 started out with a whimper for the technology market, it ended with a sense that the momentum that had been missing from the market was finally beginning to take hold. Hurwitz & Associates predicts that the coming year will offer some interesting opportunities as well as […]

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February 14, 2005

Security Managers Take Heart

Security Managers Take Heart By Carol Baroudi, Partner IT security is out of hand – too many security threats, too many security products, too many devices, too much at risk. Corporate Security Officers and IT Security Managers tasked with determining how to effectively spread finite budgets across seemingly infinite vulnerabilities live knowing they can’t cover […]

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February 3, 2005

The Evolution of the Data Center

The Evolution of the Data Center by Robin Bloor, Partner The data center has its origins in mainframe computing – an era that had its virtues as well as its limitations. Its limitations are well known. Computer power was rationed to IT users and they were regimented in its use. They had little choice in […]

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February 1, 2005

Moore’s Law: Turning A Corner

Moore’s Law: Turning A Corner A Trends Perspective from The Hurwitz Analyst Team One of the most important trend drivers of information technology is Moore’s Law. Its origin was a “destined to become famous” prediction made in 1965 by Gordon Moore of Intel, in a paper, entitled “Cramming more components onto integrated circuits”. Moore suggested […]

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