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Is your data center ready for 2020?

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Dan Wood is Market Development Manager for HP Software.

 

Between now and 2020, nearly 1 billion youth will reach adulthood and will come of age with greater levels of awareness and connectivity within their world than ever before. How businesses and governments interact with, understand and engage this next generation of leaders, workers, educators and parents needs to be radically different. At HP, we’ve begun to gather thinkers and innovators from HP Labs, our business units and the enterprise community to inform, debate and help one another pave the way for enterprise success in 2020 and beyond.

 

Applications are the new competitive weapon as enterprises try to deliver more engaging experiences to mobile users. Our research shows that, by 2020, enterprises will need to deliver a 30x increase in the number of application refreshes compared with 2010. We see the “Enterprise App Store” emerging as a combination of in-house and cloud-sourced apps that are seamlessly available, and IT staff becoming the finders and binders of apps that solve business problems. How prepared is your data center for this wave of application updates?

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The wave of cloud-based apps is coming: Are you ready for these 2 big changes?

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By the year 2020 we’re going to live in a world defined by applications. There will be 6 billion people online who use 30 billion devices on a 1.3-trillion sensor network. Every automobile, trellis, winery and corn row will have sensors. With these devices and sensors, we will conduct half a trillion e-commerce transactions every day. Enterprises have to deliver an application portfolio for that world, and their apps cannot be tied to devices. They have to become cloud-based and able to be pushed to anything with glass. This reality is going to define every aspect of IT and the human ability to tap into data. By 2020, we will talk about our own “state” rather than our own devices.

 

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What’s in store for employees in 2020? New Enterprise 20/20 ebook chapter looks for your input

zealous wiley.jpgBy Zealous Wiley, HP Software Marketing

 

How will the enterprise evolve by 2020? What role will technology play in our day-to-day lives? Enterprise 20/20 – a socially-driven initiative presented by HP and driven by the industry – seeks to address these questions and more.

 

From the start, we envisioned Enterprise 20/20 as a social endeavor; an initiative that would be shaped by its contributors in sometimes unexpected ways. Just three months into this project, crowd-sourcing is underway in many conversations across the site. One topic in particular has prompted several dozen active contributors to comment again and again in a thread that has been read close to 2,000 times.

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