Business leaders are now facing rising inflation, and many are anticipating a significant slowdown in economic activity. The US may be earlier to sound the alarm, but the EU is forecasting a similar situation by early 2023. For the IT market, IDC expects continued resilience in the enterprise space – driven by this ‘As-a-Service’ technology landscape.
The concept of digital transformation has changed. IDC created the Best in Future of Digital Infrastructure Awards as a way of recognizing organizations that have demonstrated innovation and excellence in preparing for the “next normal”.
With cloud emerging as the leading operating/delivery/technology model for digital transformation and competing in a digital-first world, senior IT and business leaders must pay attention and react to the new fundamentals of clouds when making investment and partnership decisions.
In a new Future Enterprise podcast episode, IDC covers the future of digital infrastructure and how it enables companies to deliver services more quickly and reliably than ever before.
The need for automation will increase as enterprises move towards an era of digital resiliency.
Explore IDC’s top 10 predictions for the IT industry in 2021 and beyond, straight from the latest IDC FutureScape.
Digital infrastructure ensures faster delivery of innovative hardware, software, & abstraction to support digital services and experiences. Learn more about the future of digital infrastructure with IDC’s Rick Villars.
My colleagues and I spend a great deal of time thinking about the Edge, and how it will influence developments in the IT industry over then next few years. Several of my colleagues just published a great IDC Market Perspective, making it clear that we believe the edge represents a new frontier in the convergence of infrastructure such as computing and data to deliver much faster time to value.