Accenture Technology Vision 2014

Accenture Technology Vision 2014

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The Accenture Technology Vision 2014 identifies six technology trends that are enabling large enterprises to push the boundaries of innovation and take advantage of digital technologies for competitive advantage.

 

Leading  enterprises are pursuing digital strategies that leverage mobility, analytics, and cloud to improve business processes, take advantage of real-time intelligence, expand the boundaries of traditional workforces, and transform the way data is managed and used.

 

Executive Summary:

Digital-Physical Blur

The real world is coming online as wearable devices, smart objects and machines provide us with real-time intelligence, changing how we live and how businesses operate..

From Workforce to Crowdsource

Picture a workforce that extends beyond its employees, consisting of any willing individual connected to the Internet.

Data supply chain

Data technologies are evolving rapidly, but most have been adopted in a piecemeal fashion. As a result, enterprise data is vastly underutilized.

Harnessing Hyperscale

The hardware world is now a hotbed of innovation as demand soars for bigger and faster data centers.

Business of Applications

Mimicking the shift in the consumer world, enterprises are rapidly adopting apps in a push for greater operational agility.

Architecting Resilience

In the digital era, businesses are expected to support the non-stop demands placed on their processes, services and systems

 


Accenture is a global management consulting, technology services and outsourcing company, with more than 244,000 people serving clients in more than 120 countries.

Vendor:
ComputerWeekly.com
Posted:
27 Jan 2014
Published:
27 Jan 2014
Format:
PDF
Length:
112 Page(s)
Type:
Essential Guide
Language:
English
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