5 IT Trends that will shape the next 5 years
Big Data and Cloud are central to pretty much all the technology topics of our time. From Industrial Internet and the Internet of Things to machine learning and deep learning to artificial and business intelligence – and beyond. Seems clear so far, right? To date, however, there have been few answers to the question of how everything will proceed. Answers are now due. It’s time for piecing together the bigger picture, which we will be doing in a small blog post series:
A couple of years ago Basefarm‘s German branch The unbelievable Machine Company (short *um) has put the topic of Data Thinking – the term and the understanding – onto the agenda.
The targeted, quick use of data in large volumes from various sources – Big Data – is becoming ever more commonplace within companies. As is the protection and security of this data, of course. But a crucial component has to be added, which addresses the responsibility of individuals and companies when dealing with data: data ethics
Cloud computing has been increasing continuously in both volume and importance for years, and there is now a range of proven and established cloud concepts such as public cloud, private cloud and hybrid cloud. These concepts will be used in a much more parallel and combined structure: as multi cloud or even as real hybrid cloud.
Cloud concepts are being implemented more commonly in a parallel or combined way as multicloud and real hybrid cloud solutions, while the demands on security are ever increasing. Security is becoming a determining factor in whether clouds are utilized successfully.