Based on current trends in the IT industry, what might be the five most important technologies in the next 5 to 10 years?
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Big data analytics: the future of IT security?

Big data analytics: the future of IT security? | Based on current trends in the IT industry, what might be  the five most important technologies in the next 5 to 10 years? | Scoop.it
Big data analytics tools will be crucial to enterprise security as criminals deploy faster and more sophisticated attacks in attempts to steal sensitive data, according to security firm RSA. (Big data analytics: the future of IT security?

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Cassandra Torino's curator insight, March 25, 2014 9:05 PM

In this article, Matthew Finnegan, suggest big data analytics will become the future of IT security.  It is also mentioned that businesses are slow to adopt big data analytics however, the article states "Big data analytics tools will be crucial to enterprise security as criminals deploy faster and more sophisticated methods to steal valuable data, according to security firm RSA."

 

This indicates the probability of big data analytics becoming an important technology in the next 5-10 years. Thus, making this article is helpful to my research.

 

The only limitation within this article is that it doesn't give much information about what big data is and how it works. However, this article contains a lot of helpful information and therefore, I will most likely be referring to it in my essay.

 

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The future of network security

Will it become redundant in the face of encryption and protection on endpoints in an open network?
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The article by David Lacey, provides an Intriguing insight into the future of network security. In the article David Lacey faces important questions. Will network security will become redundant in the face of encryption and protection on endpoints in an open network? And who needs network security?

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The "Big Five" IT trends of the next half decade: Mobile, social, cloud, consumerization, and big data | ZDNet

The "Big Five" IT trends of the next half decade: Mobile, social, cloud, consumerization, and big data | ZDNet | Based on current trends in the IT industry, what might be  the five most important technologies in the next 5 to 10 years? | Scoop.it
In today's ever more technology-centric world, the stodgy IT department isn't considered the home of innovation and business leadership. Yet that might have to change as some of the biggest advances in the history of technology make their way into the front lines of service delivery. Here's an exploration of the top five IT trends in the next half decade, including some of the latest industry data, and what the major opportunities and challenges are.
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The article by  Dion Hinchcliffe provides informed research on the "Big Five" which he refers to and how they would challenge and open opportunities up for the IT industry with these trends.

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Computers that think : 5 Future Technology Innovations from IBM

Computers that think : 5 Future Technology Innovations from IBM | Based on current trends in the IT industry, what might be  the five most important technologies in the next 5 to 10 years? | Scoop.it

" Is the future of cognitive computing where computers  behave, think and interact in all
of the same ways as we humans do, its predicted that all of this is only 5 years away."

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The video show here provides a insight into the future technologies of the IT industry and how they will benefit or disadvantage the industry. The information given also states that "the future of cognitive computing where computers  behave, think and interact in all of the same ways as we humans do, its predicted that all of this is only 5 years away." which would provide major development in the IT fields.

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The Potential Impact Of Quantum Computing

The Potential Impact Of Quantum Computing | Based on current trends in the IT industry, what might be  the five most important technologies in the next 5 to 10 years? | Scoop.it

"Quantum computing is widely touted as "the next big thing" in computing"

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The article by Z/Yen informs that the new major development of computing is coming in the future and the vast improvements that it will bring. A example of this is stated in the article which reads "Grover has demonstrated how a quantum computer could analyze a large database in seconds for problems which conventional computers would take many years to process." and if this is true quantum computing will take the world as the next big computing development.

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Are Cloud Operating Systems the Next Big Thing?

Are Cloud Operating Systems the Next Big Thing? | Based on current trends in the IT industry, what might be  the five most important technologies in the next 5 to 10 years? | Scoop.it

"This is an interesting development, which gels well with an increased interest in virtualization outside server and cloud. Potential applications we are starting to see are emerging in automotive, set-top boxes, mobile, networking and many embedded use cases. The Cloud OS approach has big potential for these type of applications"

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The article by Linux explains their view on the Cloud operating systems and how it would improve their systems. They also explain the operations that cloud computing is best suited for and the programs which they are implementing for the cloud and how it very well be the next big thing.

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Infosecurity - Comment: The Future of Network Security

Infosecurity - Comment: The Future of Network Security | Based on current trends in the IT industry, what might be  the five most important technologies in the next 5 to 10 years? | Scoop.it
A quiet revolution – where the concept of identity becomes as much a part of the network fabric as the humble IP address itself – is gathering momentum. Using a simple "Magic Key" analogy, BlackRidge Technology’s James Rendell provides a glimpse of the future and explains the implications of transforming from address-based to identity-based network security
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This article by Infosecurity provides an insight into the current development in the network security field. With this development being explained in the article that it will shift the way network security is operating from address based to identity based network security in the future.

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