Indian IT Industry: What Experts Foresee in 2019

Thursday, December 27, 2018 | www.itvoice.com

Mr. Vijender Yadav, CEO at Accops Systems

We stand at an inflexion point for technology adoption at the end of 2018, Accops predicts that the year 2019 will see huge focus on Mobility & Security as the growth in ICT spending continues to be driven by The Big Four: Cloud, Mobility, Big data & Artificial intelligence. This business transformation has given rise to the need of secure data access at any time, from any location and from any device.

The Big Four will unleash multiplied innovation with massive data sharing and monetization, and hyper agile application deployment technologies. They will help organizations to create seamless digital work spaces that are dynamic in nature. Business operations have already started seeing benefits with chat-bots being able to solve level 1 technical support queries with help of machine learning. Accops predicts with the help of The Big Four, security teams will be able to automate & self-heal faults and provide both predictive and proactive security that is self-aware. Time-consuming tasks of IT teams such as troubleshooting, or provisioning of applications and infrastructure will be automated leading to reduced IT complexity. Digital transformation will also witness plethora of benefits with other upcoming technologies such as virtual reality, augmented reality, block chain & IOT driven industry 4.0.

Providing secure access to endpoints and business data distributed across geo diverse locations is a major challenge, while adopting any new technology. Implementation efforts on any of big four technologies will be futile until IT infrastructure is consolidated. Data, which is the key underlying element for implementation of big data or artificial intelligence or mobility, can only be brought under control with help of centralized IT infrastructure.


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