Five Networking Predictions for 2015

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Big Data Will Get Bigger – and Better

Already, billions of connected devices and new technologies are generating massive amounts of data. In 2015, the number of connected devices will grow – and so will your company's wealth of knowledge and ability to use the Big Data to improve business processes. All aspects of the business, from developing the most efficient manufacturing process to creating an amazing customer experience, will stem from the investments companies make to collecting and effectively utilizing Big Data. Make sure your company has the ability to gather and apply this data to gain as much value as possible from it.

2014 was a year of big technology changes. Wearable technologies started to make their mark. Multiple high-profile companies suffered from data breaches that compromised customer information. Cloud computing became the norm for companies storing information, everything became software-defined, and Big Data broke into the mainstream.

Despite all of that, 2015 promises to bring even more technology innovations, especially for network infrastructure. Dan Pickett, CEO of IT networking company nfrastructure, shares his top predictions for the Internet of Things and the overall state of networking.

 

Related Topics : Blade Servers, Business Integration, Ethernet, LAN, Network Protocols

 
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