Top 10 Technology in 2014

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Some many different things happened in 2014, that changed life in 2014. tehre are likely to be some huge advance in 2015 to0. We think in 2015 we will see the Airline business safety system overhauled as we have managed in 2014 to lose 3 planes in Malaysia. But for know lets look at the years Top Ten advancing technologies:

10. The Internet of Everything

The Internet is expanding beyond PCs and mobile devices into enterprise assets such as field equipment, and consumer items such as cars and televisions…. The combination of data streams and services created by digitizing everything creates four basic usage models – Manage; Monetize; Operate; Extend. These four basic models can be applied to any of the four “internets” (people, things, information and places). Enterprises should not limit themselves to thinking that only the Internet of Things (i.e., assets and machines) has the potential to leverage these four models.

9. Hybrid Cloud and IT as Service Broker
Bringing together personal clouds and external private cloud services is an imperative. Enterprises should design private cloud services with a hybrid future in mind and make sure future integration/interoperability is possible.

8. 3-D Printing
While very expensive ‘additive manufacturing’ devices have been around for 20 years, the market for devices ranging from $50,000 to $500, and with commensurate material and build capabilities, is nascent yet growing rapidly.

7. Drones
Relatively cheap drones with advanced sensors and imaging capabilities are giving farmers new ways to increase yields and reduce crop damage. Amazon and google are also look to deploy these drones to carryout deliveries. In the local area easy-to-use ­agricultural drones equipped with ­cameras, for less than £500, and thus has allowed easier monitoring of crops, improving water use and pest management.

6. Wearables

These virtually invisible devices include earbuds that monitor heart rate, sensors worn under clothes to track posture, a temporary tattoo that tracks health vitals and Fitbit that track all your vitals. The applications are many and varied: haptic shoes are currently proposed for helping blind people navigate, while Google Glass has already been worn by oncologists to assist in surgery via medical records and other visual information accessed by voice commands. Biometrics. Motion sensors. Facial recognition. Eyeball tracking. These are all potential new methods for human interaction with computing systems. Apple’s introduction of the fingerprint sensor is a major step forward for the consumerization of biometrics. And with the release of smartwatches such as the Samsung Galaxy Gear, developers and users will require a new approach to UI for such limited screen space. Expect to see a wave of new interfaces to expand beyond touch.

5.Risk-Based Security and Self-Protection

All roads to the digital future lead through security. However, in a digital business world, security cannot be a roadblock that stops all progress. Organizations will increasingly recognize that it is not possible to provide a 100 percent secured environment. Once organizations acknowledge that, they can begin to apply more-sophisticated risk assessment and mitigation tools. Truecrypt a free encryption solution will become more prolific in use as Personal and SME take care of the data.

4. Web-scale IT

Companies like Facebook, Walmart and Amazon have contributed tremendously to innovative database systems and cloud services. From “eco-friendly” data centers to custom server hardware to distributed computing methods, the world’s largest companies are setting new standards for IT architecture. James Page, Accede IT explains “it’s not the cloud per se that will save enterprise IT, but thinking and acting like the major cloud providers across all the key dimensions of IT that will. Now that such technology is available at a lower barrier to entry, expect to see mid-sized enterprises emulating data center architecture used by the world’s largest corporations.”

3. IT increasingly decentralizes.

Organizations embracing the new information technology world of cloud, mobility and M2M will see IT increasingly decentralized. IT will be core to every business function. As a result, IT will work more closely with individual business units and focus on developing tools for seamless process enablement that empowers employees and customers. The C-suite (e.g. CFO, CMO, COO), lines of business and staff functions will increasingly take the lead role in engaging and deploying in the cloud, because of the immediate deployment speed, flexibility, control and cost value they see in cloud, as well as advantages in Big Data analysis. IT will be integrated into financial performance planning, and the lines between the IT department and finance will continue to blur as technology becomes the valued enabler, rather than the end game.

 2. Health Care Technology

The NHS as well as the world’s leading health care institutes are pushing the boundaries ensure people can remain safe all across the world.

1. Mobile Tech

Well Samsung, Apple and Microsoft are just a few companies that are making us more and more mobile.  Some see this is great but other can se the office starting to impinge on home life as we become more accessable and trackable.

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