December 11, 2009

10 Strategic Technologies for 2010 | Part - 1

Welcome again in Hetroweb's Blog. Gartner, A leading information technology research and advisory company, defines a strategic technology as one with the Potential for the significant impact on the enterprise in the next three years. Factors that denote significant impact include a high potential for disruption to information technology (IT) or the business, the need for a major dollor investment , or the risk of being late to adopt. These technologies impact an organisation's long-term plans, programs and initiatives .


They may be strategic because they have matured to broad market use or because they enable strategic advantage from early adoption.
Gartner analysts highlighted ten
technologies and trends that will be strategic for most organisations in 2010. The analysts presented their findings during Gartner Symposium/ITxpo, which was held in Orlando from October 18 to 22, 2009. The Top Strategic technologies for 2010.
Cloud Computing:
Cloud computing is a style of computing that characterises a model in which providers deliver a variety of IT-enabled capabilities to consumers. Cloud-based services can be exploited in a variety of ways to develop an application or a solution.


Using cloud resources does not eliminate the cost of IT soulutions, but does re-arrange some and reduce others. In addition, consuming cloud services enterprises will increasingly act as cloud providers and deliver application, information or business process services to cutomers and business partners.
Advanced Analytics:
Optimisation and simulation is using analytical tools and models to maximise business process and decision effectiveness by examining alternative outcomes and scenarios, before during and after process implementation and execution. This can be viewed as a third step in suppoting operational business decisions. Fixed rules and prepared policies gave way to more informed dicisions powered by the right information deliverd at the right time, whether through customer relationship managment (CRM), enterprise resource planning (ERP) Or other applications.

The new step is to provide simulation, prediction, optimisation and other anayltics, not simply information, to empower even more decision flexibility at the time and place of every business process action. The new step looks into the future, predicting what can or will happen.

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