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Evolving Enterprise Tech: What Does 2016 Hold?

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    Email

    Email will (finally) be disrupted in the enterprise.

    Enterprise messaging services have already begun displacing the need for email communication within the enterprise, and this trend is only going to continue. Real-time communication tools are naturally more collaborative than email, as they allow for back-and-forth communications that previously were only possible via voice communication. With efficient content sharing features being added to these real-time collaboration tools, they will effectively overtake email for convenience for internal communication.

    The disruption that will occur in the enterprise will essentially cause a restructuring of how work is done. Employees will be able to collaborate in ways that maximize their time, cut down on back-and-forth emails and allow for more time to be spent where it is most needed, on the work, not the communication.

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Evolving Enterprise Tech: What Does 2016 Hold?

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    Email

    Email will (finally) be disrupted in the enterprise.

    Enterprise messaging services have already begun displacing the need for email communication within the enterprise, and this trend is only going to continue. Real-time communication tools are naturally more collaborative than email, as they allow for back-and-forth communications that previously were only possible via voice communication. With efficient content sharing features being added to these real-time collaboration tools, they will effectively overtake email for convenience for internal communication.

    The disruption that will occur in the enterprise will essentially cause a restructuring of how work is done. Employees will be able to collaborate in ways that maximize their time, cut down on back-and-forth emails and allow for more time to be spent where it is most needed, on the work, not the communication.

With 2016 upon us and companies expecting more and more from enterprise IT, executives are looking to industry experts for trends and analysis of what the new year could hold.

Two major trends in 2015 were the increasing adoption of cloud technology and the increasing frequency of costly data breaches. As a result, it’s safe to say that most companies consider improving security and efficiency to be their biggest concerns for 2016. The rapidly changing technology landscape makes it more important than ever for companies and their employees to be aware of what 2016 holds.

In this slideshow, Accellion shares thoughts on technology trends expected to be seen in the enterprise and the changes that can be expected in different facets of an enterprise organization.