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DEC 7, 2012 12:21pm ET

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What is Happening? Over the past year, our survey and interview research among IT buyers, users, and managers, and research work with IT vendors and services providers, has helped shine some light on several trends that we expect will become widely apparent, and disruptive to the business of IT, within the coming year.

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Comments (1)
I read another article on tech crunch which talks about a start up Yoics is attempting to facilitate building the cloud ecosystem by enabling devices to connect to public could services. I am sure more start ups around these identified trends are going to come up in the next few years to come.

Enjoyed reading this research alert and shared this in my daily digest.

Posted by Kannan S | Thursday, December 27 2012 at 8:02AM ET
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Are you actively evaluating master data management technologies and their ability to scale and support emerging trends around big data, social and mobile?

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