By Chris Harding, The Open Group The convergence of technical phenomena such as cloud, mobile and social computing, big data analysis, and the Internet of
By Dave Lounsbury, The Open Group The Open Group is looking toward the future – what will happen in the next five to ten years?
By Chris Harding, The Open Group At the end of last year, Gartner predicted that cloud computing would become an integral part of IT in
As the consumerization of technology continues to grow and converge, our way of constructing business models and systems need to evolve as well. We need to let data drive the business process, and incorporate intelligent machines like Watson into our infrastructure to help us turn data into actionable results.
The Internet gives businesses access to ever-larger markets, but it also brings more competition. To prosper, they must deliver outstanding products and services. Often, this means processing the ever-greater, and increasingly complex, data that the Internet makes available. The question they now face is, how to do this without spending all their time and effort on information technology.
The big bang that started The Open Group Conference in Newport Beach was, appropriately, a presentation related to astronomy. Chris Gerty gave a keynote on Big Data at NASA, where he is Deputy Program Manager of the Open Innovation Program. And that exploration – as is often the case with successful space missions – left us wondering what lies beyond.