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    1. IDG Contributor Network: A glimpse into the future of the IT organization

      IDG Contributor Network: A glimpse into the future of the IT organization

      Welcome to ITSM and Beyond, a new blog inspired by honest conversations with CIOs and the fundamental way they have pursued transformative information technology and IT Service Management (ITSM) strategies.

      It must be human nature to attempt to be a prognosticator, since it seems we are constantly trying to predict the future. Sometimes it’s something simple and immediate, such as predicting tomorrow’s weather.

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      Mentions: Services
    2. Cybersecurity Landscape: Putting Threats into the Context of Technology Infrastructure Trends

      Cybersecurity Landscape: Putting Threats into the Context of Technology Infrastructure Trends

      Organizations today are facing cybersecurity challenges that are multi-faceted, with a threat landscape that is rapidly evolving. Threats are intelligent, autonomous and increasingly difficult to detect, with new ones emerging and old ones returning with enhanced capabilities. Malicious actors work hard to keep innovating, and their persistence pays off.

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    3. Savings in the cloud: How to find them and when to make your move

      Savings in the cloud: How to find them and when to make your move

      C-level executives are increasingly calling on IT to investigate cloud options. In fact, according to Gartner, 90% of organizations are looking into crafting a cloud strategy. There are, in fact, significant economic advantages to be found in the cloud. But despite the potential benefits, you need to look carefully before you leap.

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      Mentions: Network World
    4. New York Public Library reads up on the cloud

      New York Public Library reads up on the cloud

      Four years ago, the New York Public Library began to move its web properties to the cloud.

      Today, the library system has all of its approximately 80 web sites in the cloud. The library has shrunk the number of on-premise servers by 40% and is running those web properties 95% more cheaply than if it had bought the hardware and software to do it all by itself.

      The library took a risk on the cloud, and on Amazon Web Services (AWS), and it paid off.

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    5. Despite billions spent on cybersecurity, companies aren’t truly safe from hacks

      Despite billions spent on cybersecurity, companies aren’t truly safe from hacks

      Last year, private sector companies globally spent more than $75 billion on security software to safeguard their systems and data.

      That number is expected to grow about 7% annually, according to Gartner and other analyst firms. It doesn’t include all the massive amounts spent on fraud prevention by banks, a number that is widely underreported and expected to reach into the billions annually.

       

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    6. Four US firms rule the world's cloud infrastructure

      Four US firms rule the world's cloud infrastructure

      There are plenty of companies vying for a piece of the worldwide cloud infrastructure market, but the top four -- all in the U.S. -- currently dominate by such a wide margin as to effectively leave their competitors in the dust.

      That's the overriding conclusion of a study released Monday by Synergy Research Group, which provides quarterly market tracking and segmentation data, including vendor revenues by segment and region.

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    7. Intel is developing AR smart glasses for interactive collaboration

      Intel is developing AR smart glasses for interactive collaboration

      Intel seems to be developing a pair of augmented reality smart glasses, and we may see them at the company's developer show next month. The Intel Remote EyeSight, a set of head-worn AR smart glasses, is built around the idea of remote collaboration. 

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      Mentions: Mobility Microsoft
    8. Which Technologies Will Dominate in 2022? | Wired

      Which Technologies Will Dominate in 2022? | Wired

      Predicting the future is hard and risky. But predicting the future in the computer industry is even harder and riskier due to dramatic changes in technology and limitless challenges to innovation.

      At the foundation of the report is an understanding that by 2022, we will be well into a phase where intelligence becomes seamless and ubiquitous to those who can afford and use state-of-the-art information technology.

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    9. IDG Contributor Network: Measuring cloud performance: A different approach needed

      IDG Contributor Network: Measuring cloud performance: A different approach needed

      As Lord Kelvin almost said, "To measure is to know." But this simple dictum is surprisingly hard to follow. For it really has two meanings.

      The first meaning is obvious: You cannot really know about something without measuring it. If you want to know how quickly an application works, for instance, take some key functions of the application and measure how long they take.

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      Mentions: Network World
    10. Top 5 storage vendors shows massive shift to the cloud

      Top 5 storage vendors shows massive shift to the cloud

      There’s a changing of the guard afoot in the storage industry, and it’s getting cloudy.

      Each quarter 451 Research Group surveys it members in its Voice of the Enterprise series. Late last year, the company’s research revealed a dramatic reshaping of the storage market both in terms of which vendors enterprises consider strategic storage partners and where their future storage will be housed.

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      Mentions: Amazon Microsoft
    11. Software Defined Networking (SDN) Market is Expected to Reach $132.9 Billion by 2022

      Software Defined Networking (SDN) Market is Expected to Reach $132.9 Billion by 2022

      Software Defined Networking (SDN) Market is Expected to Reach $132.9 Billion by 2022 PORTLAND, Oregon , June 28, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- According to a new report published by Allied Market Research titled, "World Software Defined Networking Market," the world software defined networking (SDN) market is expected to reach $132.9 billion by 2022, growing at a CAGR of 47% from 2016 to 2022.

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      Mentions: BYOD Data Center SDN
    12. Software Defined Networking (SDN) Market is Expected to Reach $132.9 Billion by 2022

      Software Defined Networking (SDN) Market is Expected to Reach $132.9 Billion by 2022

      According to a new report published by Allied Market Research titled, "World Software Defined Networking Market," the world software defined networking (SDN) market is expected to reach $132.9 billion by 2022.

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      Mentions: BYOD Data Center SDN
    13. IDG Contributor Network: How IPv6 lays the foundation for a smarter network

      IDG Contributor Network: How IPv6 lays the foundation for a smarter network

      By now we all know that IPv6 is a powerful solution to a pressing problem. The world has run out of new IPv4 addressing space, and the internet needs IPv6 to grow. What’s less widely discussed—but potentially more exciting—is how the modern version of the internet protocol won’t just make the internet bigger, but it will make it smarter.

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