Delivering on the $15 trillion potential of the Industrial Internet requires building success across the board. It includes everything from fostering an active and productive developer ecosystem to securely integrating software with hardware devices.
Source: World Economic Forum
Open source has many benefits: from increased interoperability to reduced costs as multiple vendors and users leverage shared resources for non-differentiated parts of the stack. Companies using open source are building products faster and more efficiently; and once the code is part of a vibrant open source project, the value through continued community support is multiplied.
Source: Linux Foundation
The market for network infrastructure services (NIS) is evolving in tandem with shifting customer buying behaviors. Within the enterprise, IT is shifting from a cost center to an enabler of business outcomes, driving customers to look to their NIS providers as strategic change agents.
IDC published three reports that cover three unique digital domains. As digitization shifts from a temporal to a foundational driver of everyday business across virtually every industry, effective digital business strategies become a competitive requirement.
We knew this day would come, where the leading enterprise industry analysts would all acknowledge that business technology has evolved. Moreover, the integration of digital requirements into most work processes has resulted in a world where every capable employee is potentially a skilled Digital Practitioner.
Source: Digital Lifescapes
According to TBR, hosted private and professional services cloud revenue grew 31.2% from the year-ago quarter to $7 billion. The 29 vendors covered in their market study accounted for 49% of the total hosted private and professional services cloud computing market.