“If real is what you can feel, smell, taste and see, then ‘real’ is simply electrical signals interpreted by your brain”. Morpheus, The Matrix.
Internet of What
Nowadays hottest technology trends in IT and computing are big data, mobility, artificial intelligence, wearable computing, and apparently Internet of Things. Those are buzzwords. What is IoT (Internet of Things) anyway? Is it about more devices with internet access? Smart networks? Smart homes? The Matrix?
There was some period without posting, it means that better materials was aggregated. Together with our CTO Serhiy Kharytonov, we composed article on EA trends and perspectives with relation with our current projects and industry insights and it was just published on sandhill.com.
An IT department manager’s primary responsibility is to satisfy and respond to the needs of the business. For many IT managers, responding to evolving needs is the challenging part, with 90 percent or more of their department’s time spent reacting to current situations and merely 10 percent of staff time allocated to innovative activities that may lead to new business opportunities. For example, interest and growth in the use of mobile devices and mobile application platforms allows greater flexibility in a workforce that may result in greater productivity and profitability, but developing such solutions takes considerable IT resources. Unfortunately, many managers can’t dedicate staff to investigate, design and implement new technologies and applications to support mobile workers.
Read the full article called Enterprise IT Architecture: Goals, Trends and Perspectives on sandhill.com.