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2020 Predictions for the Internet of Things (IoT)

IDC 2020 predictions for the Internet of Things (IoT): In 2020, 90% of organizations will have determined key performance indicators to measure the success of their IoT projects. By 2021, 75% of organizations embarking on an IoT project will work … Continue reading

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IDC 2020 IT Predictions

The focus for IDC’s 10 predictions for next year and beyond is the rise of the digital economy. By 2023, IDC predicts, over half (52%) of global GDP will be accounted for by digitally transformed enterprises. This digital tipping point … Continue reading

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IDC: $2.6 Billion AI Software Platforms Market, Growing at 26.6%

“The artificial intelligence software platforms market experienced steady growth in 2018, with revenue of $2.6 billion and a growth rate of 26.6%,” says David Schubmehl, research director, Cognitive/Artificial Intelligence Systems, IDC. ” IDC is seeing that in 2018 organizations have … Continue reading

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Data is Eating the World: 163 Trillion Gigabytes Will Be Created in 2025

Source: Data Age 2025

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Big Data Ecosystem and Benefits

IDC: Organizations are achieving a broad range of Big Data–related business outcomes from their work. These can broadly be categorized as delivering value from operational optimization, improved compliance, and innovation. Interestingly, and as illustrated, Big Data outcomes tied to operational … Continue reading

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IDC’s Predictions for Big Data & Analytics, Cloud, Mobile, and Social

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Digital Transformation Surprisingly Focused on Operations

CIO Journal: 40.8% of CIOs responding to a recent IDC survey said that the focus of their digital initiatives is “improving operations” a opposed to 35.5% who cited “new products” and 34.2% that mentioned “new markets.”      

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