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Forecast 2014: How to master disruptive technologies

Social, mobile and analytics technologies are disrupting business as usual at companies in all industries. In 2014, the disruption will continue, morphing into a new kind of business as usual with enterprises expanding their reliance on the cloud, mobile technologies, social media and, increasingly, predictive analytics. The goals: reducing costs, creating new revenue streams, boosting customer ... » zum Artikel

4 Start-ups mit Potenzial

Disruptive Ideen - Innovationen 2.0: 4 Start-ups mit Potenzial (Foto: Transferwise)
Disruptive Ideen - Innovationen 2.0: Diese Start-ups haben das Zeug dazu, ganze Branchen umzukrempeln. Banken, Autoindustrie und Händler müssen um ihre Geschäftsmodelle bangen. » zum Artikel
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IT-Einkäufer müssen beim Outsourcing umdenken

Neue Wege gehen: IT-Einkäufer müssen beim Outsourcing umdenken (Foto: FotolEdhar - Fotolia.com)
Neue Wege gehen: Mehr Mut zum Irrtum empfiehlt Forrester-Analystin Liz Herbert. Sie sieht einen erheblichen Wandel durch disruptive Technologien und andere Preismodelle. » zum Artikel
  • Christiane Pütter
    Christiane Pütter


    Christiane Pütter ist Journalistin aus München. Sie schreibt über IT, Business und Wissenschaft. Zu ihren Auftraggebern zählen neben CIO und Computerwoche mehrere Corporate-Publishing-Magazine, vor allem im Bereich Banken/Versicherungen.

Most CIOs see the cloud as the major game changer for their business

Most UK CIOs see the cloud as the major game changer for their business, according to research from outsourcer Capgemini. » zum Artikel

Old ways of moving data no longer apply: ASI Solutions

The old way of moving data does not exist anymore, according to ASI Solutions. » zum Artikel

Channel 4 CTO and cloud advocate Bob Harris to leave at end of month

Channel 4's chief technology officer Bob Harris is leaving at the end of this month to set up his own consultancy to help companies deal with disruptive technologies, like the cloud. » zum Artikel

CIOs grappling with software bloat, survey finds

More and more corporate IT departments around the world are straining under the weight of unnecessary software applications, according to a survey by systems integrator Capgemini. » zum Artikel

Councils look to agile and mobile to achieve faltering savings targets

A poll taken among councils by outsourcer Civica shows local authorities are finding it harder to reach their cost cutting targets whilst maintaining service delivery this year, although they see technology as playing its part in achieving those targets. » zum Artikel

US storage company makes Australian play

California-based flash-based storage platform, Tintri Zero Management Storage, is making a move into the Australian market, with the company set to open a local headquarters in Melbourne. » zum Artikel

Study: Business leaders lacking confidence in IT

When it comes to the readiness of critical IT requirements, including availability, security, as well as backup and recovery, business leaders in some of the world's top markets lack confidence in their ability to cope and recover from disruptive incidents. » zum Artikel

Agressive mobile interactions could turn off customers, warns ASDA

Although ASDA sees mobile as a disruptive force to its business model, the retailer's head of insight and pricing believes that if too many different players make a 'land grab' for the customer it could kill all future interaction. » zum Artikel

Deloitte names top 10 tech trends for 2014

In-memory revolution, Cloud orchestration and cognitive analytics are among the 10 technology trends that will dominate 2014, according to Deloitte Consulting. » zum Artikel

The 'CIO as a venture capitalist' among top 10 Deloitte tech trends

Consulting firm Deloitte has published its top 10 business technology trends, which include business wearables, industrialised crowdsourcing and the "CIO as a venture capitalist". » zum Artikel

Neue Leber aus dem 3D-Drucker

12 Technik-Trends: Neue Leber aus dem 3D-Drucker (Foto: OlgaYakovenko - Fotolia.com)
12 Technik-Trends: Die Analysten von McKinsey haben 12 zukunftsweisende Technologien zusammengestellt. 3D-Drucker, die on demand eine neue Leber herstellen, sind wohl die ausgefallenste. » zum Artikel
  • Christiane Pütter
    Christiane Pütter


    Christiane Pütter ist Journalistin aus München. Sie schreibt über IT, Business und Wissenschaft. Zu ihren Auftraggebern zählen neben CIO und Computerwoche mehrere Corporate-Publishing-Magazine, vor allem im Bereich Banken/Versicherungen.

Buckle up! Autonomous flying cars may be taking off

The company that has been developing flying cars is taking the idea one step further. » zum Artikel

NoSQL vendor Basho restaffs executive team

NoSQL database vendor Basho has restaffed its executive ranks, following a recent exodus of its CEO, chief technology officer and chief architect. » zum Artikel

AP insurers to invest US$18 billion on technology in 2014: IDC Financial Insights

Asian insurers are expected to spend US$18.1 billion in 2014 on technology investments, an increase of almost 6 percent as compared to this year, according to IDC Financial Insights. » zum Artikel

CIOs beklagen zu viel überflüssige Software

Capgemini-Studie: CIOs beklagen zu viel überflüssige Software (Foto: awesomephant - Fotolia.com)
Capgemini-Studie: Mindestens jede fünfte Anwendung ist verzichtbar. Davon ist die Mehrheit der CIOs überzeugt, wie eine Umfrage von Capgemini ergab. » zum Artikel
  • Christiane Pütter
    Christiane Pütter


    Christiane Pütter ist Journalistin aus München. Sie schreibt über IT, Business und Wissenschaft. Zu ihren Auftraggebern zählen neben CIO und Computerwoche mehrere Corporate-Publishing-Magazine, vor allem im Bereich Banken/Versicherungen.

Cloud und die digitale Kundenbeziehung

IT-Trends 2014: Cloud und die digitale Kundenbeziehung (Foto: Experton Group)
IT-Trends 2014: CIOs haben wirklich kein leichtes Leben. Transformation, Innovation und neue Geschäftsmodelle - für alles scheinen sie verantwortlich zu sein. Diese Aufgaben in Technologie und Prozesse umzusetzen, ist mehr als anspruchsvoll. » zum Artikel
  • Carlo Velten

We mean business

There are disruptive technologies, where a new idea or product radically changes 'set' practices and approaches. And then there are disruptive organisations, where new or altered companies bring fresh ideas and new blood to industries, often to the chagrin of existing established players. » zum Artikel

Technology becoming a key imperative for the finance suite

Technology is becoming a key imperative for the finance department as a majority of chief financial officers (84%) that responded to a survey noted that cooperation with their chief information officers increased during the past three years. » zum Artikel

Fujitsu to release Primequest 2000 high-end servers

Fujitsu has launched a new series of high-end servers that it says offers unprecedented x86 performance and memory expandability. » zum Artikel

NoSQL database vendor MongoDb raises $150M in new funding round

In a sign of the growing enterprise interest in new technologies for big data applications, NoSQL database vendor MongoDB has raised $150 million in a fresh round of funding from several major firms including Salesforce.com, Intel Capital and Sequoia Capital. » zum Artikel

New Role for the CIO: Chief Process Officer

I hear a lot of conversations these days about whether the "I" in CIO still means "information" or if it really stands for some other "I" word. Innovation Integration Intelligence While those are always entertaining discussions to have, I'm thinking about a different letter entirely: Who is the CPO at your organization The "P" doesn't stand for procurement or privacy, but for policy or process. » zum Artikel

Supercomputing's big problem: What's after silicon

DENVER -- In a little booth tucked in the corner of the SC13 supercomputing conference here this week may be the next Intel. » zum Artikel

HP's department merger aims to 'revolutionise' storage industry

HP's policy of 'Converged Infrastructure' aims to combine the departments of servers, storage and networking into one arm of the business. » zum Artikel

Digitisation's labour reduction effect will cause social unrest: Gartner analyst

IT's disruptive influence will have major social repercussions in the coming years. According to Brian Prentice, VP of Gartner Research, one of the top future trends is the increasing effect of digitisation on labour. » zum Artikel

Evidence Technology launches new video conference managed service

Audio visual and ICT solution provider, Evidence Technology, has launched a new video conference managed service called CyberNET. » zum Artikel

Wearable computers could act like a sixth sense

People will one day depend on wearable computers to monitor not just their activities but a myriad of data about their health, making the devices basically like a sixth sense. » zum Artikel

Embedded SIM spec ushers in new era for machine communications

The GSM Association, operators and vendors have published a specification that enables remote provisioning of embedded SIM identification modules, which should cut the cost of connecting cars and utility meters to the Internet. » zum Artikel


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Social, mobile and analytics technologies are disrupting business as usual at companies in all industries. In 2014, the disruption will continue, morphing into a new kind of business as usual with enterprises expanding their reliance on the cloud, mobile technologies, social media and, increasingly, predictive analytics. The goals: reducing costs, creating new revenue streams, boosting customer satisfaction and beefing up brand awareness, to name a few.
Diese Start-ups haben das Zeug dazu, ganze Branchen umzukrempeln. Banken, Autoindustrie und Händler müssen um ihre Geschäftsmodelle bangen.
Mehr Mut zum Irrtum empfiehlt Forrester-Analystin Liz Herbert. Sie sieht einen erheblichen Wandel durch disruptive Technologien und andere Preismodelle.