Last week, during Gartner Symposium/ITxpo focuses on IT security challenges, mobile computing, big data and cloud technologies, as well as the question of how these factors will affect the future of it.
Mobile communications has exploded and by the end of the decade, more than 30 billion devices will be connected to each other and an additional 150 billion dollars temporarily tied up. According to the research company, more than 1.6 billion smartphones will be purchased worldwide in 2016. Estimates predict that two-thirds of the mobile workforce will have a smartphone and 40 percent of employees will be wireless. In addition, more than 300 billion apps downloaded annually.
The study estimates that less than two years, iPads will pay a moderate amount of BlackBerry’s main uses in the economy. Within two years 20% forces using tablets as the primary mobile platform for field workers. In addition, by 2018, 70 percent of the mobile workforce with hybrid mobile devices, including tablet similar characteristics.
Mobile technology is only one of four factors in determining the future of it. Cloud computing, big data and social media, and design it. Big data spending is expected to drive exceeds 3.8% of the it spending of $3.7 trillion worldwide next year. In addition, by 2015, about 4.4 million IT jobs to support big data (1.9 million in US). Gartner estimates that in three years the world’s largest companies will spend over a billion dollars on social media.
Businesses should also secure your attention on the future of the it and mobile data. To expect in the next five years, security investment has to increase to cover projected government and regulatory compliance. In addition, there is an urgent need for enterprises to implement the mobile security strategy that separates personal and business operations on smartphones and tablets. Required organizations to implement a solution for BYOD is an inexpensive, easy to use and offers appropriate measures to protect confidential enterprise data.
In addition, when recycling used electronics and mobile devices, it is important that the company is protecting their corporate brand and reputation from the point of view of their sensitive business data safe. The partnership with e-Stewards® and R2-certified mobile buyback and recycling companies guarantee their processing partner committed to the highest data-erase procedure. e-Stewards, which is a strict global standard for recycling, provides a certified reclaimer consistently meet the highest standards of responsible recycling of electronic equipment, occupational safety and data protection. Firm that their recycling partners utilize third-party forensic accountant to validate data deletion processes and outsourcing your data-removal services are not a certified partner should be also.
Mobile technology is rapidly changing, and companies need to adapt your it strategy before it is obsolete your current it infrastructure. In the next few years it departments to stay ahead of the curve in terms of mobility and costs need structure.