Gartner: Top strategic technology trends for 2022

Network World

Digital investments, be they in AI, cloud, security, or engineering, will be among the top technology drivers for 2022, according to Gartner’s annual forecast of what it expects will be leading strategic IT trends.

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Autonomous Networks: Empowering digital transformation – from strategy to implementation

TM Forum

The last year has witnessed unprecedented development in the autonomous networks (AN) field. we draw on the expertise and real-world experience of TM Forum's global membership to examine the latest AN trends, achievements and best practices.

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The next big social network trend? Shortform audio

The Verge

An app is in development, though, as are plans to make the platform open to everyone. Sternberg says RSS is a problem, even, because it doesn’t allow for a social network to grow in one app. “I Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge.

8 enterprise web application development trends to watch in 2020

mrc's Cup of Joe Blog

Summary: As digital technologies transform the business landscape, web development becomes increasingly important. In the near future, those who keep up with changing development trends will have an advantage over those who don’t. Self-service development.

Looking back at what Living Networks got right 20 years ago

Trends in the Living Networks

To celebrate the book’s birthday, we have launched Living Networks 20th Anniversary Edition , consisting of the original book with a new preface. Living Networks 20th Anniversary Edition is available as a free ebook , feel free to download and have a look!

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Top 5 Software Development Trends in 2018

Galido

Information Technology Blog - - Top 5 Software Development Trends in 2018 - Information Technology Blog. Predictions, predictions and more predictions” Each expert has his own set of calculations to guess the future trend of something they specialize in. The pressure to keep up with the trends is particularly high during this time of year. We want to take the pressure off your shoulders and list the trends that really and really make a difference.

Autonomous Networks: Empowering digital transformation

TM Forum

Autonomous Networks (AN) Program. CSPs’ ability to tap into these opportunities, however, will depend on how well their network capabilities and operations can handle the complex processes that will ensure end-to-end service lifecycle for a new wave of digital services and applications.

Google, Indian government shake up private 5G networks

TM Forum

The fast-shifting private mobile network market has received fresh injections of competition with Google’s announcement it will start selling private networks directly to enterprises and the Indian government’s decision to make 5G spectrum.

Unleashing the Power of Cloud-Network Convergence with Smart Operation System

TM Forum

Cloud-network convergence is the essential feature of new digital information infrastructure. It breaks the boundary between cloud and network, and promotes them from independent development to comprehensive integration.

Cloud, AI and security driving network monitoring industry

Computer Weekly

We explore the latest developments and trends in enterprise network monitoring and management

Summary of the new US Intelligence Global Trends report on 2040

Trends in the Living Networks

Today they released the 7th edition of their Global Trends report , examining the risks and challenges of the next 20 years. Demographics and human development. The increasing pace of technological development could benefit many.

Private Data Center Trends for 2014 and Beyond

CTOvision

Instead, organizations will have multiple sites, connected by high performance networks, with the ability to move workloads to where it’s less risky and more secure for the business.”. Regardless of your unique circumstances, it pays off to be proficient in the industry’s latest trends. Highlighting the data center trends for 2014 and beyond will help you begin to formulate strategies and appropriately plan for the future computational and storage needs of your organization.

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My sustainability story: Telenor looks to renewable energy and network efficiency

TM Forum

Scope 1 covers GHG emissions that Telenor makes directly, while scope 2 emissions refer to the energy Telenor buys from suppliers to run its operations, including networks and buildings. In 2021, running networks and data centers accounted for 96% of Telenor’s total energy use.

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How telcos can develop a winning platform strategy

TM Forum

They know they can’t continue to provide competitors with physical networks without finding a new way to protect and expose their value. The development of a platform strategy is one of the critical issues on the table in CSP boardrooms today.

Meeting of the Minds: Key future trends with Ross Dawson and Gerd Leonhard

Trends in the Living Networks

Following ones on Big Data , the future of privacy , and the future of Switzerland , here is our conversation on Key future trends. After discussing some of the major trends, we go on to discuss our own preferred futures. Trends and implications that we raise and discuss in the video include: * We will be more connected in every way. * The interfaces between humans and machines will become far richer and more developed. * Companies will move from empires to networks.

What’s Trending For Hackers?

CTOvision

By BryanHalfpap While at Defcon (the largest computer security conference in the United States) I overheard it described as a sort of “Hacker New-Years holiday” If that’s true, then maybe it’s time to go over one of the trends I’ve seen popping up for a while that has gained a lot of momentum this past year: Wireless hacking.

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The trend for trend maps - Trends in the Living Networks

Trends in the Living Networks

About Ross Dawson Keynote Speaking/Strategy AHT Group Future Exploration Network The Insight Exchange Repyoot Recent Media Appearances « Corporate blogging becomes Enterprise 2.0 | Main | BRW Digital Media Leaders Forum: The Case for Digital » The trend for trend maps Ross Dawson, February 23, 2007 4:46 PM US PT There seems to be a trend for trend maps! My original blog pos t described some of the background to the trend map.

Forrester Predictions: Ten Key Developments In Cloud Computing Shape The Industry In 2017

Forrester IT

Our cloud team has gathered ten key developments in cloud computing that will shape this industry in 2017 -- and what you should do about them today. Educate yourself about exciting developments in hyperconverged infrastructure, security, networking, and containers. This essential reading highlights these 10 trends: Read more Categories: China. I'm pleased to announce that Forrester's cloud computing predictions for 2017 published this morning!

Analysis: US, Australia social network usage flat, New Zealand now the world’s biggest user of social networks?

Trends in the Living Networks

I was surprised to find that there is a fair chance that New Zealand has the highest rate of social network usage in the world. The chart above shows a summary of data from Nielsen on the time spent per month on social networks in a variety of countries around the world. In January 2010 I reported on Nielsen’s first public study on global social network usage , which showed Australia as #1 in the world in time spent on social networks.

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Top 4 Digital Publishing Trends You Need to Know

Kitaboo

With the integration of new technologies, though, publishing has undergone a transformation that has enabled publishers to create amazing interactive content and promote it through your website, with email marketing tools that are tailored to publishers like Moosend and MailChimp , as well as through social media networks. Now Let’s Take A Look At the 4 Digital Publishing Trends. Digital Publishing Trend #1. Digital Publishing Trend # 3.

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Forrester Predictions: Ten Key Developments In Cloud Computing Shape The Industry In 2017

Forrester IT

Our cloud team has gathered ten key developments in cloud computing that will shape this industry in 2017 -- and what you should do about them today. Educate yourself about exciting developments in hyperconverged infrastructure, security, networking, and containers. This essential reading highlights these 10 trends: Read more Categories: 2017 predictions. I'm pleased to announce that Forrester's cloud computing predictions for 2017 published this morning!

Innovative contact center trends

Spearline

The ubiquitous nature of platforms, devices, and networks has driven the success of intelligent visual support technology. New technological improvements are advancing the ecosystems within call centers and business support centers.

Living Networks – Chapter 10: Liberating Individuals – Network Strategy for Free Agents

Trends in the Living Networks

Download Chapter 10 of Living Networks on Liberating Individuals. Every chapter of Living Networks is being released on this blog as a free download, together with commentary and updated perspectives since its original publication in 2002. For the full Table of Contents and free chapter downloads see the Living Networks website or the Book Launch/ Preface to the Anniversary Edition. Living Networks – Chapter 10: Liberating Individuals.

December Tech Trends Report and 2016 Enterprise Tech Projections

CTOvision

Welcome to December's Technology Trends report. The Trends To Track in 2016. You can remember all these trends at once by use of the easy mnemonic: CAMBRIC ). And the agility of this model is helping innovators innovate and developers develop. CyberSecurity : Some of humanity's greatest thinkers, business leaders and computer scientists have struggled for years trying to enhance the security of our computers and networks.

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The latest in 3D printing trends: guns, ears, body parts, and now in your local store

Trends in the Living Networks

Below is a roundup of the latest developments, all announced in the last 24 hours or so. 3D printing is one of those trends that has been visible for a long time, is just beginning to have a real impact, and in the long run could transform many aspects of our lives. 3D printing of guns is, among other things, part of a broader trend of lack of control of technology and weapons. design Future of business Retail Technology trends

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Scalable learning founded on small group collaboration and extended networks will drive organizational success

Trends in the Living Networks

It’s by first of all, seeing problems and opportunities that nobody’s seen before and developing approaches to addressing those and learning as you go through those approaches.

“LPWAN can provide a cost effective? network for IoT”

Dataconomy

How do we automate the Smart Machine Bidding procedure for the LPWAN devices in order to reduce the costs of an IoT network? network for IoT” appeared first on Dataconomy. Data Natives Featured Internet of Things Machine Learning Startups Tech Trends Developers Hackathon IoT LPWANYes, this is one of the challenges for the second Blockchain Hackathon (part of LongHash Cryptocon Vol2) in Berlin on May 18-19 this year. More details here.

Embrace DBaaS to Speed Up Mobile App Development

CTOvision

As enterprises work to rapidly embrace the mobile revolution, both for their workforce and to engage more deeply with their customers, the pressure is on for IT to support the tools needed by their application developers. Mobile application developers are working with a massive variety of technologies and platforms, but one trend that stands out is the rapid adoption of NoSQL database engines and the use of Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS) platforms and services to run them.

How drones could build real-world networks to transform delivery of food, medicine, mail, and more

Trends in the Living Networks

Matternet , spawned from a Singularity University program, envisages creating a network of drones to address developing world problems. Inventor Ray Kurzweil draws an apt analogy to how mobile is leapfrogging landlines in developing countries. Rather than create infrastructure with immense development and maintenance costs, far better to completely bypass old approaches with cheaper and more adaptable solutions. There are also developed world applications.

Conversation with Harold Jarche: Sense-making in a networked world and personal knowledge mastery

Trends in the Living Networks

Harold’s tagline “sensemaking in a networked world” is in fact one of the best descriptions I can imagine for my work. And finding those early people who are engaged and finding each other and a bit of a tribe developing. So a network is this very loose, open thing.

What accelerates – and slows – the development of social networking mobile platforms - Trends in the Living Networks

Trends in the Living Networks

I’m happy that the journalist used what I felt were my most important comments in my interview for the article: But while initiatives in the US, Japan and Switzerland are flying thick and fast, Australias slow entry into the third-generation mobile market, and the prohibitive cost of mobile data downloads has meant that comparable services here remain thin on the ground, said Ross Dawson, the chairman of technology consultancy, Future Exploration Network.

Social networks and engineering serendipity in the workplace

Trends in the Living Networks

and Google are doing in the space, the article continues: As Yahoo and Google see it, serendipity is largely a byproduct of social networks. was that employees who ate at cafeteria tables designed for 12 were more productive than those at tables for four, thanks to more chance conversations and larger social networks. As brought out in the New York Times article, this relates strongly to the domain of social networks, which I have been studying since the 1990s.

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Launching the Web 2.0 Framework - Trends in the Living Networks

Trends in the Living Networks

About Ross Dawson Keynote Speaking/Strategy AHT Group Future Exploration Network The Insight Exchange Repyoot Recent Media Appearances « Particls switches on the power of RSS | Main | A week of hot news on the web: Trade sales mark the boom » Launching the Web 2.0 Alongside our corporate strategy consulting and research work in the media and technology space, Future Exploration Network has created a Web 2.0

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Trends in the Living Networks hits the AdAge 150

Trends in the Living Networks

The list actually covers over 1,000 blogs, and ranks them daily by prominence, using a variety of sources including rankings from Alexa, PostRank, and Collective Intellect, as well as a subjective ranking by the list developer Todd Andrlik. Over the last couple of years the AdAge 150 has collated a dynamic list of the top blogs in advertising, media, and marketing.

The top 10 trends for the 2010s: the most exciting decade in human history

Trends in the Living Networks

Here are the ten trends that I believe will be most fundamental to the decade ahead. I hope to present these and associated trends in an interactive visual format before long. For now, here are the 10 trends for 2010. From Organizations to Networks. Companies will function on social networks and gaming platforms, professionals will work for many firms or clients.

Extinction Timeline: what will disappear from our lives before 2050 - Trends in the Living Networks

Trends in the Living Networks

About Ross Dawson Keynote Speaking/Strategy AHT Group Future Exploration Network The Insight Exchange Repyoot Recent Media Appearances « Online bringing people together: Brooklyn Bridge Photowalk | Main | Newsgator implements APML: the value of standards in an open world » Extinction Timeline: what will disappear from our lives before 2050 Ross Dawson, October 14, 2007 8:44 PM US PT When people talk about the future, they usually point to all the new things that will come to pass.

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Network Roundtable: Building Collaborative Teams - Trends in the Living Networks

Trends in the Living Networks

For the most current insights and trends in the living networks, follow @rossdawson on Twitter! He is Founding Chairman of four companies: professional services and venture firm Advanced Human Technologies , future and strategy consulting group Future Exploration Network , leading events firm The Insight Exchange , and influence ratings start-up Repyoot.

See our latest Trend Map! What to expect in 2008 and beyond…. - Trends in the Living Networks

Trends in the Living Networks

About Ross Dawson Keynote Speaking/Strategy AHT Group Future Exploration Network The Insight Exchange Repyoot Recent Media Appearances « Knowledge-centered support: Greg Oxton workshop in Sydney | Main | User Filtered Content (UFC) is what Web 2.0 is about… and Digg is a UFC site » See our latest Trend Map! Ross Dawson, January 21, 2008 2:06 AM US PT Nowandnext.com and Future Exploration Network have once again collaborated to create a trend map for 2008 and beyond.

Our Freemium Future: Development teams take advantage of free, entry-level versions of software 

CTOvision

CTOs should consider having their development teams take advantage of free, entry-level versions of software – known as freemium software – to test out the functions of commercial products. Freemium rides the agile development wave. The whole mood in enterprise software development is about being iterative, collaborative and agile. With no up-front costs, it’s easy for developers to jump in and try the freemium products their peers are raving about.

Critical issue: Will the fertility rate in the developed world continue to increase?

Trends in the Living Networks

One of the interesting topics we discussed was trends in the fertility rate. Developed countries around the world experienced a massive baby boom in the 1950s, which then fell dramatically to see the fertility rate fall to below the replacement rate in almost every developed country in the world. The trend is consistently down in Singapore. The post Critical issue: Will the fertility rate in the developed world continue to increase?

Six trends for 2011 and beyond on how businesses can tap the power of the web

Trends in the Living Networks

The very dynamic Adam Franklin and Toby Jenkins of Bluewire Media recently did a video interview of me, asking me about the trends driving how the web will shape business. The fundamental trends include: - Web visibility will drive all business. What specific trends do you see for 2011? The rise of Android and its implications for businesses and developers. You need to develop your own capabilities, by experimenting and seeing what works for you.

Openness, network effects, and competition in social networks - Trends in the Living Networks

Trends in the Living Networks

From the very beginning of the social networking space, with the launch of sixdegrees.com in 2000 (which gave up the ghost in January 2002), the fundamental underlying issue was whether social networks would be entirely exclusive and competitive, or whether they would in some way integrate to create a global social networking space. Today’s news suggests that finally, after many years of highly competitive play, there is the potential for more open social networking systems.

Trend map for 2007 and beyond - Trends in the Living Networks

Trends in the Living Networks

About Ross Dawson Keynote Speaking/Strategy AHT Group Future Exploration Network The Insight Exchange Repyoot Recent Media Appearances « Speaking about corporate innovation and the future of business | Main | Happy holidays! Off to Japan… » Trend map for 2007 and beyond Ross Dawson, December 18, 2006 10:11 PM US PT Given it’s festive season now, it’s probably time for a bit of fun. Have a browse through to see some of the more interesting trends in the landscape.