Everything-as-a-service becomes the norm and "public" cloud will lose space, says research.
Angelica Mari tracks the business IT agenda in the southern hemisphere's biggest economy.
Angelica Mari is ZDNet's Brazil Contributing Editor. She has relocated to Brazil, her home country, in 2011 after living and working in Europe for a decade. She started her professional life when she was 14, as a software trainer coaching executives at major Brazilian companies until the age of 17, when she started writing professionally. Since then, she has worked for leading business, technology and lifestyle publications worldwide in a variety of editorial roles. In 2010, Angelica published "Reboot: Leading IT in the Information Age", a book focused on the new realities of technology management and the vision of CIOs for the future. Angelica co-founded IT Decisions, a firm providing consulting services, content creation and event management to international firms in the technology, business process outsourcing, media and entertainment sectors looking to enter the Brazilian market. She is also involved in the launch of an online start-up connecting Brazilian craftspeople with the international marketplace.
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São Paulo transport authority wants the suspension of the transportation app
Acceleration program will reward technology-based ideas with up to $27,000
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Argentina and Chile will top demand while Brazil will slow down, says Frost & Sullivan.
Only three companies ranked in the top 10 IT employers in Brazil are local.
Competition launched by the Ministry of Communications will reward 50 projects focusing on public services.
Most government agencies don't provide mobile services - and have no immediate plans to do so, says research.
But segment still faces hurdles including poor mobile coverage and lack of retailer readiness.
Partnership with 24-hour sports channel will support the company's first TV offering in Latin America
The largest banks in the country will partly replace their own kit by cashpoints that serve customers of other institutions.
Company executive expects to repeat results seen in other countries.
The tools are aimed at involving citizens in the upcoming elections in October.
The start of search operations coincides with a series of Brazil-China technology agreements.