The applications that run businesses are undergoing profound changes, although there's also a lot of inertia in the system. We examine some of the key trends — including cloud adoption, mobility, consumerisation and business analytics — that are shaping tomorrow's enterprise software landscape.
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With the rise of the cloud and staff using their own devices, IT's mistaken assumptions about ownership, control and security are becoming apparent.
Employers should be aware of the security risks in iOS and Android when deciding whether to allow employees to bring consumer devices into the company, according to Symantec
Interview: BBC CTO talks internal cloud, datacentre upgrades and consumerisation...
The security arms race continues...
Along with promising integrated hardware and software solutions and vertical apps from Oracle and downplaying the virtualisation and automation he was pushing at HP, Oracle president Mark Hurd shared his views on the cloud and Oracle itself. Plus he came up with one of the more compelling arguments about the consumerisation of IT and why enterprises (whether they pin their hopes on Oracle or note) can't keep running the same old internal apps if they're not flexible enough.
IBM's cloud computing chief Kristof Kloeckner talks at the Interop conference in Las Vegas about how the consumerisation of IT is driving user expectations
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