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To some extent, Blockchain is suffering from what we can call a déja vu cycle of “new technology in search of a market” growth pains.
The new year started off on a big bang with the revelation of two related, critical flaws – Meltdown and Spectre - affecting the underlying integrity of CPU processing of instructions on Intel, AMD, and ARM-based CPU systems running Linux and Windows.
In 2017, several advances propelled location services forward. Geospatial services APIs became more commonplace when Pitney Bowes and Microsoft Azure introduced and expanded their services, respectively.
In this Research Alert, we turn forward to 2018’s most disruptive developments and trends that will challenge enterprise IT leaders and organizations as they formulate and fine-tune plans for transformation and improvement.
Increased enterprise use of hybrid-cloud infrastructure around the world is leading to increased deployment and operation of workloads on multiple cloud infrastructures.
As 2018 rapidly approaches, ISG Research analysts have taken a look back at some of the most significant trends of 2017 – with an eye toward those that will have important long-term impacts.
Clients in Healthcare and Life Sciences (HCLS) are adopting an analytics-driven approach to transformation projects to harness data and generate insights, thereby becoming more customer-centric and optimizing the entire value chain.
ISG has released its Provider Lens™ Contact Center Services – Customer Experience Quadrant Report research study for the U.S. market.