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Trends in data centres in 2018: What matters to IT managers
Rittal's Clive Partridge shares his insights on 2018 for the data centre industry, including edge computing, multi cloud and energy efficiency.
45% of smartphones will use full-screen designs in 2018 - Research
Expect more notches, under-display fingerprint readers and camera integration to apps as bezels begin to fade away.
5 retail technology predictions from Manhattan Associates
The trends include next-generation customer engagement, flexible checkouts and reimagined use of artificial intelligence.
NZ consumers spend $500 million on video games
New Zealanders continue to embrace video and computer games, as evidenced by new sales figures.
Asia Pacific marketers now global leaders in AI adoption – report
While half (51%) of North American marketers see ‘no perceived need’ for AI, only a third (38%) of APAC marketers share this sentiment.
Smart city technology investment to reach US$80bil this year – IDC
Intelligent traffic and transit and fixed visual surveillance are the two largest use cases in terms of worldwide spending.
5 trends ripe for the channel to leverage - Accenture
Rapidly advancing technology is fueling intelligent enterprises but requires a fundamental shift, according to Accenture Technology Vision 2018.
The future of contact centres - 4 key trends identified
NICE has identified four key trends to watch in 2018 in order to create or maintain a successful contact centre.
GitHub reveals open source project trends for 2018
Last year, 24 million people from over 200 different countries worked together on GitHub to code better and build bigger.
Augmented reality and machine learning dominate Deloitte predictions
“In 2018 we will finally see business challenges being addressed by what has to date been consumer-driven technology."
Milestone reinforce importance of AI in surveillance at MIPS
Themed ‘Creating an intelligent world’, the winning topic of the day was around AI developments in security and surveillance.
Cisco’s top 10 ICT trends for 2018
Cisco CTO Kevin Bloch has revealed his top 10 predictions of ICT trends for 2018.
Nuvias EVP drops his top 5 UC trends for resellers in 2018
Steve Harris has more than 20 years of experience in the UC industry and has delivered his top five predictions for the UC market.
Top digital opportunities for Kiwi SMBs going into 2018
"Technology will bring new ways to save time and money, but also bring increased competition.”
Smartphones losing ground to digital voice assistant devices in homes
Two-thirds of consumers who own digital voice assistants use their smartphones less in the home since acquiring the devices.
Four ways machine learning technology will evolve in 2018
Splunk breaks down four machine learning innovations that we are likely to see over the course of 2018.
Gartner reveals top trends impacting infrastructure and operations in 2018
Outside forces will shape IT’s journey towards a digital infrastructure.
Vertiv releases its top 5 data centre trends for 2018
Vertiv has put together a report of the five trends the company expects to impact the data centre ecosystem in 2018.
Black Friday reveals the global trends headed to A/NZ
Futuresource Consulting has announced the key findings from its latest global consumer electronics retail channel trends report.
Top data trends for 2018: GDPR, IoT & the rise of the chief data officer
"The unexpected trend of 2018 will be the convergence of data management technologies."
Gartner’s top 10 tech trends for 2018
"IT leaders must factor these technology trends into their innovation strategies or risk losing ground to those that do."
Workspace in the era of digital transformation: Top trends for 2017
Ahead of the new year Oliver Bendig, CEO of Matrix42, has shared insights into the defining technologies for the IT workplace in 2017.
Smart tracking tech: prepare for the next 10 years of evolution
Current tracking tech can pinpoint GPS accuracy to within a few metres. It will get much more powerful in the next decade, Daniel Lewkovitz says.
Multi-factor authentication to be the norm by 2020
Multi-factor authentication has become commonplace as a number of industries, particularly the govt sector, is looking to strengthen security measures