Gartner Highlights Key Predictions for IT Organizations in 2007 and Beyond
What are the key trends for 2007 and beyond? According to Gartner, Top 10 Outsourcers are going to lose market share! Read this and other predictions for 2007 and beyond.
According to Gartner, these are likely to happen in 2007 and beyond:
- Through 2009, market share for the top 10 IT outsourcers will decline to 40.0% (from 43.5% now), equaling a revenue shift of $5.4 billion.
- Only one Asia/Pacific-based service provider will make the global top 20 through 2010.
- Blogging and community contributors will peak in the first half of 2007.
- By 2009, corporate social responsibility (CSR) will be a higher board- and executive-level priority than regulatory compliance.
- By the end of 2007, 75% of enterprises will be infected with undetected, financially motivated, targeted malware that evaded their traditional perimeter and host defenses.
- Vista will be the last major release of Microsoft Windows.
- By 2010, the average total cost of ownership (TCO) of new PCs will fall by 50%.
- By 2010, 60% of the worldwide cellular population will be "trackable" via an emerging "follow-me Internet."
- Through 2011, enterprises will waste $100 billion buying the wrong networking technologies and services.
- By 2008, nearly 50% of data centers worldwide will lack the necessary power and cooling capacity to support high-density equipment.
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