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- 1. Technology Trends2013Assoc. Prof. Dr. Thanachart NumnondaExecutive Director IMC Institute20 March 2013
2. Trends 2 3. Growth Markets & Global TrendsSource: Winning in a Digital World; Mark Mueller-Eberstein 3 4. Radical Transformation 4 5. The power of your handin 10 years Look like this todaySource: Winning in a Digital World; Mark Mueller-Eberstein5 6. Law of Disruption6 7. Gartner Top 10 Strategic Technology Trends 2012 2013Media tablets and beyond Mobile Device BattlesMobile-centric applications andMobile Applications and HTML5interfaces Personal CloudSocial &contextual user experience Enterprise App StoresApplication stores and marketplace The Internet of ThingsThe Internet of everything Hybrid IT and Cloud ComputingNext-generation analyticsStrategic Big DataBig data Actionable AnalyticsIn-memory computingIn Memory ComputingExtreme low-energy servers Integrated EcosystemsCloud computing 7 8. Gartner Top 10 Strategic Technologies8 9. Gartner 2012 Hype Cycle forEmerging Technologies9 10. Gartner Technology Trends 2013 10 11. Media Device BattlesBy 2013 mobile phones will overtake PCs as the mostcommon Web access device worldwideBy 2015 media tablet shipments will reach around 50percent of laptop shipments and Windows 8 will likelybe in third place behind Googles Android and AppleiOS operating systems.The era of PC dominance with Windows as the singleplatform will be replaced with a post-PC era whereWindows is one of a variety of environments IT11 12. Mobile Applications and HTML5There will be a long term shift away from nativeapps to Web apps as HTML5 becomes morecapable. Nevertheless, native apps wontdisappear, and will always offer the best userexperiences and most sophisticated features.. 12 13. Personal CloudPersonal cloud will gradually replace the PC asthe location where individuals keep their personalcontent, access their services and personalpreferences and center their digital lives.The unique collection of services, Webdestinations and connectivity that will become thehome of their computing and communicationactivities. 13 14. The Internet of ThingsThe Internet will expand as physical items suchas consumer devices and physical assets areconnected to the Internet.They communicate via NFC, Bluetooth, LE andWi-Fi to a wide range of devices and peripherals,such as wristwatch displays, healthcare sensors,smart posters, and home entertainment systems.14 15. Hybrid IT and Cloud ComputingCloud will increasingly be hybrid, managed, andbrokered.Taking private clouds and building a managementplatform for them, and then using that to manageboth internal and external services. 15 16. Strategic Big DataBig Data is moving from a focus on individualprojects to an influence on enterprises strategicinformation architecture.Moving towards multiple systems, includingcontent management, data warehouses, datamarts and specialized file systems tied togetherwith data services and metadata, which willbecome the "logical" enterprise data warehouse. 16 17. Actionable Analytics In the next year, a big focus will be ondeveloping real-time operational intelligence,perhaps delivered to mobile devices out in thefield.The mobile client linked to cloud-based analyticengines and big data repositories potentiallyenables use of optimization and simulationeverywhere and every time 17 18. Mainstream In-Memory ComputingIMC can also provide transformationalopportunities.The execution of certain-types of hours-longbatch processes can be squeezed into minutes oreven seconds allowing these processes to beprovided in the form of real-time or near real-timeservices18 19. Integrated EcosystemsThe market is undergoing a shift to moreintegrated systems and ecosystems and awayfrom loosely coupled heterogeneous approaches.Appliances combine hardware and software andsoftware and services are packaged.Cloud-based marketplaces and brokeragesfacilitate purchase like Salesforce.comsAppExchange and Microsofts marketplace.End-to-end ecosystems, such as Apples controlof apps and the App Store 19 20. Enterprise App StoresBy 2014, many organizations will deliver mobileapplications to workers through privateapplication storesthe role of IT shifts from that of a centralizedplanner to a market manager providinggovernance and brokerage services to users andpotentially an ecosystem to supportapptrepreneurs. 20 21. Mega Trends21 22. Cloud Computing Mobile ComputingSocial Technologies Information22 23. Bring Your Own Devices (BYOD)23 24. Public Cloud 24 25. Social computing is moving frombeing just on the outside of the organizationto being at the core of business operations.Peter Sondergaard, senior vice president at Gartner, 201225 26. Big data currently has the most significant impact in social network analysis and content analyticswith 45% of new spending each year.Gartner, 201226 27. Thailand Smartphone/TabletShipment 2013In 2013; 1.5 million desktops, 2.5million notebooks and 3.5 millionTablets expected to be shipped[IDC]Smartphone shipment in 2013 is estimated at7.3 million units [IDC]27 28. 28 29. Trends in End User DevicesSource JSC: January 201229 30. Sales of Client DevicesSource Morgan Stanley Research: Feb 2011 30 31. Sales of TabletsSource Gartner: September 2011 31 32. Sales of SmartphonesSource Gartner: April 2011 32 33. Trends in End User DevicesSource JSC 33 34. BYOD is not the Question Its already here. How do we secure personal devices? How do we secure the data? The policies go with the data and the risk, not the deviceSource Mobile Security & BYOD Policy, Sarkis Daglian and Isaac Straley 34 35. The Future of Virtualization 35 36. Server Virtualization ChangesA consolidation of physical server machinesLeveraging service-oriented approach Adjust demand changes via service encapsulation and dynamic (de) coupling of related Virtual MachinesCloud Computing Server virtualization in combine with cloud computing will create a dynamically scalable, virtual computing cloud which provides IT services on demand. 36 37. Top 5 Cloud & Virtualization Trends 2013IaaS will be more widely accepted as the natural evolution oftraditional IT outsourcing.IaaS cloud will continue to evolve at an accelerated pacewith 2013 marking the year of the Software DefinedDatacenterSolid State storage will reach an inflection point in terms ofavailability, reliability, and cost.Adjacent as-a-Service offerings such as Desktop-as-a-Service, Database-as-a-Service, and Backup-as-a-Service IT human resources will be compelled to adapt to a rapidlychanging world. 37Source : http://blog.navisite.com/articles/top-five-cloud-and-virtualization-trends-2013 38. Seven Top Security Trends 2013Mainstream Cloud and Mobile Adoption Seeks Security.Businesses Begin Sandboxing Smartphone AppsCloud Offers Unprecedented attack StrengthPost-Flashback, Cross-Platform Attacks IncreaseDestructive Malware Targets Critical InfrastructureHackers Target QR Codes, TecTilesDigital Wallets BecomeCybercrime Targets 38Source http://www.informationweek.com/ 39. www.facebook.com/imcinstitute39 40. Thank firstname.lastname@example.org/imcinstitutewww.slideshare.net/imcinstitute40 41. Media Device BattlesBy 2013 mobile phones will overtake PCs as the mostcommon Web access device worldwideBy 2015 media tablet shipments will reach around 50percent of laptop shipments and Windows 8 will likelybe in third place behind Googles Android and AppleiOS operating systems.The era of PC dominance with Windows as the singleplatform will be replaced with a post-PC era whereWindows is one of a variety of environments IT41