Category Archives: Trends

Global Management Decision Market

Global Management Decision Market Research Report – Forecasts to 2026 by GME. Includes competitor analysis of FICO, Sparkling Logic, SAS, OpenRules, TIBCO, Decision Management Solutions, Oracle, Parmenides, IBM, Sapiens, Equifax, Experian, Pegasystems, and ACTICO among other vendors. You may request … Continue reading

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What will become obsolete first: a language or a deployment type?

In the new article “Java and C# are Obsolete in the Age of Docker” Erik Engheim states: “Languages running on virtual machines were developed to make deployment on any platform easy. But this ability no longer matters when your software … Continue reading

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Accelerated Intelligence

“If somebody describes the world of the mid-twenty-first century to you and it doesn’t sound like science fiction, it is certainly false. We cannot be sure of the specifics; change itself is the only certainty.”  Yuval Noah Harari Learn fast, … Continue reading

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Is the 9-to-5 workday dead?

Many Silicon Valley tech giants are announcing a substantial shift in how they allow their employees to work. These companies say the “9-to-5 workday is dead” and that they give employees more freedom to choose what their daily schedules look … Continue reading

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Hello Mainframe, Our Old Friend

WSJ: “The mainframe is hardly a relic of a bygone area. In many industries, it remains critical for storing and processing a company’s most sensitive data and serves as a strategic component of hybrid cloud models, according to a recent … Continue reading

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Oracle Prediction: 80% of Enterprise IT Will Move To The Cloud By 2025

This one of Oracle recently made 10 cloud predictions about the nearest future. The reason is that second-generation, enterprise-grade cloud architectures, plus the extreme automation of platform, will multiply the cost savings of the cloud, while letting enterprise IT organizations meet … Continue reading

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What comes after smartphones?

“The tech industry has had a new centre roughly every fifteen years… Mainframes were followed by PCs, and then the web, and then smartphones.” In his new article Ben Evans shares what potentially comes next. Link  

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What comes after Zoom?

Benedict Evans: “There will be video in everything, just as there is voice in everything, and… then it will disappear inside. You don’t necessarily need an account to join a call, and you generally don’t need an application either, especially … Continue reading

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Small is Good

In his article “The End of Agile” Kurt Cagle wrote: “The Agile Manifesto, like most such screeds, started out as a really good idea. The core principle was simple – you didn’t really need large groups of people working on … Continue reading

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Smart Factory: Optimize Factory Operations

Traditionally, Operational Technology (OT) data has been on-premises, managed using process manufacturing systems, and analyzed with monitoring, trending, and visualization tools. This approach was designed for a very important purpose – real-time process control. However, it has also created challenges, … Continue reading

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