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What’s Ahead in 2012 for Cloud, Mobile Apps, Cyber?

January 18, 2012 No Comments

SOURCE:  Washington Technology

Expect disruptive technologies – cloud computing, mobility, social computing, big data and smart analytics, IT appliances, and cybersecurity – to become more tightly woven into mission-critical systems and processes in 2012 as government and private organizations look for ways to innovate and also operate more cost efficiently.

That’s one of Unisys’ predictions for 2012 based on its work with clients around the world.

The findings were released on Jan. 18.

Among the company’s predictions: Cloud computing will continue to be the top IT investment priority in 2012.

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