The proliferation of apps means that people in the workforce increasingly use all kinds of different apps for productivity and collaboration. They expect these apps to be available anytime, anyplace. No delay allowed.
New ways of Data Management and Processing.
An explosive growth of data, both structured in systems and (still) unstructured as big data requires new ways of data management and processing. As an example: within 10 years, IDC expects that there will be 44 times more data around than we have at present.
Connect Devices Growth.
Due to the consumerisation of IT the number of devices connected to the internet doubles the number of people. Devices are used for private and work purposes alike, putting pressure on compliancy and security requirements.
Cloud computing is no longer a catchy phrase, but everyday reality. Almost every organisation works with data or apps in the cloud and has embraced advantages like scalability, easy development and fast time-to-solution.