Slow evolution in computing over the last few years will become a quiet revolution in 2010, according to a study by Progress Software
The company said that the five key technology trends in 2010 include, real-time insight and business control, event-driven computing, cloud computing, mobile computing and CIOs to be forced to justify IT investments.
According to Progress Software, real-time insight and business control will become a must-have, as organisations can ill-afford to lose money and customer through being slow to notice problems in delivery; 67% of businesses only become aware of problems when customers report them and 80% of companies have business events they need to monitor in real time. In 2010, insight into these events, powered by the right technology, will be essential to success.
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