Enterprise spending on IT security products and services has experienced new growth in 2020, as many organizations invest in solutions to meet the needs of a much larger remote workforce, and a wide range of online security threats that create additional requirements.
“The transition to becoming a digital innovation factory includes the four so-called pillars of digital innovation –– planning, sourcing, developing and distributing. For developers, the first three roles are well understood and are part of normal operations they conduct.”
Server virtualization was one of the key steps toward further IT infrastructure abstraction. Every enterprise CIO and CTO knows that managing a server farm is problematic. That’s why the quest for container and serverless platforms is driving more organizations to reassess their data center.
According to a market study of cloud container usage, “about 28% of respondents say their organizations have been using microservices for at least three years; more than three-fifths (61%) of the respondents have been using microservices for a year or more.”
“Software code now lies behind virtually every business. It is the lubricant of the tech growth engine. And what an engine! Every single day 2.5 quintillion bytes of data is generated globally. Ninety percent of the data in the world has been created in the last two years. There is more and it is coming quicker than ever before.”
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“True success lies in a company’s ability to make customer’s lives better — whether those customers are buyers, patients, students, or otherwise. Digital transformation for good. It’s the next big thing in 2020.”
“Over 40 percent of privacy compliance technology will rely on artificial intelligence (AI) solutions by 2023 — that’s up from 5 percent today, according to the latest worldwide market study by Gartner.”
“As firms mature their digital capabilities, digital executives move beyond simply adding digital bolt-ons to the existing business model. These leaders use new technology capabilities to change the business model and drive new revenue growth.”