Big data

As analytics becomes deeply embedded everywhere, the focus of big data needs to shift to thinking about big questions and big answers first, and big data second.


The cloud will be a game changer for most IT organisations as enterprises become increasingly comfortable utilising big public cloud providers.

Internet of Threats

Hackers will continue to follow the path of least resistance as more and more devices are connected to the network.


While the IoT has been high on the media agenda for a while, it seems users are now beginning to accept it and vendors are starting to deliver real solutions.

Pavel Ershov of Parallels

Move over, hypervisors. Containers will shake things up as the next wave of web-scale technology, says Pavel Ershov of Parallels Asia Pacific.

Behavioural profiling

Behavioural profiling will be a major objective in 2015, but organisations will have to figure out how to do it transparently and still keep their customers’ trust, says IDC.

Jeffrey Davis of IO

Modular data centres are the way to go for organisations that require high performance computing capabilities in a hurry, says Jeffrey Davis of IO.

Sumit Bansal of Sophos

In this era of mobility and BYOD, organisations should tap on cloud-based security to achieve balance between productivity, cost-effectiveness and security.

Shaun Han of Oracle

Cloud applications have the power to improve business performance and reduce costs, but only if they are able to work across the business, says Shaun Han of Oracle.


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