Autotask Audit: Big Promise for Big Data and the Internet of Things in 2025

May 16, 2014  
Here’s a look at what’s happening this week in the world of ITSPs, MSPs and Enterprise IT departments.

Channel Insider: Big Data Shows Big Promise, Despite Some Growing Pains
By Michael Vizard
Interest these days in big data and related markets is, well, big. A survey of 540 big data decision-makers conducted by QuinStreet Enterprise, which owns Channel Insider, finds that more than three-fourths of respondents have made big data analytics a priority.

Computerworld: An Internet of Things prediction for 2025 -- with caveats
By Patrick Thibodeau
A massive survey by the Pew Research Center about the Internet of Things in 2025 is very optimistic about the future of the technology. But even though the report seemingly tramples on IoT skeptics, its responses are filled with questions, doubts and caveats.

Channel Pro SMB: Unlocking the Full Value of RMM

By Samuel Greengard
Information technology has become far more complex over the last decade with a dizzying array of tools technologies, and solutions that have radically changed the way businesses operate.

ITProPortal: It's official: Cloud is the most disruptive force for 20 years
By Emily Garthwaite
Cloud computing is one of the most disruptive forces in business in 20 years, according to a study by professional services firm KPMG. The research investigated the future of investment banking to come to this conclusion and warned that financial institutions need to move away from tradition and start embracing new technologies.

ChannelInsider: File Transfer Services in Cloud Age Lead Back to Channel
By Michael Vizard
All things IT have a funny knack of coming back to the channel. Take file sharing and synchronization, which arguably is the cloud app that end users wind up buying directly more than any other. Whether it's from Dropbox, Box or any one of a dozen other services, many users now find themselves employing multiple file transfer and synchronization applications in the course of their working day.

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