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The Intersection of Cloud, Mobility, Big Data and the Internet of Things: The Next IT Platform

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During the past few years, IT has seen several major paradigm shifts in technology. These shifts have been primarily in the areas of cloud computing, big data, mobility and the Internet of Things. Moving forward, the convergence of these four areas will create a new “platform” for enterprises to develop new business and mission capabilities. These capabilities will enable a more integrated view of IT architecture.

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The convergence will lead to a shift away from IT specialists towards greater importance of domain specialists, but we are going to need a new set of tools to enable the domain expertise to be captured and connected to the data and work flows.
Posted by Laurie R | Friday, November 08 2013 at 8:01AM ET
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