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One of the biggest IT conferences and expos in the World took place on 3-7 November, 2019 in Barcelona, Spain. Over 5000 CIOs, IT industry experts and researchers joined in a massive discussion and celebration of state of modern IT.
CITIC Telecom CPC was there too with our team of experts and leaders, looking to both find new customers and knowledge about the ever-evolving world of ICT. Thus, we are happy to share some of the thoughts and news we picked up in Barcelona over the course of coming weeks.
For now, here are 6 trends, which were particularly interesting for us:
1. Evolving Role of CIO
CIO is finally a part of a business development discussion in most corporate. Many CIOs seem to even prefer the "business" aspect of work to fiddling with integration projects and hardware procurement. This also means that a successful CIO of the future might not have IT-background but come from a business function.
2. SD-WAN is Becoming Standard for Infrastructure Optimization
Even not everyone tried SD-WAN yet, but most of them know what it is and have an idea about SD-WAN deployment. However, many corporates are confused in vendor selections as there are not enough case studies, even though Gartner and other analysts have tried their best to compare, to support their decisions.
3. Vendor Lock-in Limitations
Corporates start worrying about vendor lock-ins, as it limits them especially for international deployments (goes for hardware, software and cloud). There are also other risks involved, as many cited changes in licensing policies and extras coming up with every renewal as a concern.
4. Artificial Intelligence(AI) and Machine Learning(ML) - A Well-Known Secret
Companies who started gathering data 3-4 years ago are really getting an edge in developing new services and most keep quiet about it. Those who are just starting on this journey are finding it quite tough finding data scientists. Professional service providers in the AI field are on the rise but have often limited experience for niche industries.
5. Exciting and Scary Emerging Markets
When corporates develop the emerging markets, CIOs are involved in exploring both IT-related items (MPLS, Cloud) but also legislation and certification, especially in data-protection area. It is no longer the case of “Yes, we can ship the server to that exotic location” but an ongoing task of being up to date on target markets both short-term and long-term.
6. The Rising Trend of De-centralization
De-centralization is back on the table and this means new rise for likes of edge computing and digital twin technologies. Logistics of IT can become something of a challenge, so organizations are now more open to hosting infrastructure hubs away from their central location.
Gartner IT Expo 2019 was a great experience and we hope to share more about it soon. If you would like to know more about how CITIC Telecom CPC can help your business and infrastructure get fit for 2020 and beyond – please contact us. We are ready to serve you at each local offices.
Mr. Vladimir Jelov
Enterprise Sales Manager, Europe, CITIC Telecom CPC
Mr Vladimir Jelov is CITIC Telecom CPC enterprise sales manager responsible for developing of business in Baltics (Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania) and Denmark. His main priorities include work with new and existing customers, identifying the ones which our infrastructure can help expand to outside markets, as well as promoting our brand. He is a seasoned ICT professional with over 15 years of experience and knowledge from a variety of IT disciplines such as Telecommunications, ERP, HRMS, BI etc.
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