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December 05, 2012

Top Three Trends to Shape Enterprise IT in 2013

By Allison Boccamazzo, TMCnet Web Editor

Today, enterprise IT must inevitably adjust to such things as increasingly shrinking budgets and limited resources. Based on this, Adaptiva, an award-winning provider of IT systems management solutions, believes that companies who are dependent on such technologies will turn to out-of-box integrated solutions based on the time, cost and resource savings they provide, as explained in a statement released today.

“With today’s shoe-string IT budgets and the need to integrate quickly, we will continue to see the implementation of new, deployment models that introduce deeper cost-savings and new business opportunities within the enterprise,” Deepak Kumar, chief technology officer and founder of Adaptiva, explained in a statement.

As business conditions continue to change, Adaptiva is predicting three major trends to shape the enterprise IT landscape as we welcome 2013: the death of desktop virtualization and the rise of distributed IT, the cloud, and “lightening quick” deployment cycles.

1.       Desktop virtualization is so 2012, distributed IT is the face of 2013

Unfortunately, desktop virtualization has failed to slash desktop computing costs in the ways that companies were counting on. Because of this, individuals will increasingly desire responsive computers as well as a customized, personalized approach to network computing, Adaptiva predicts. As we ring in the New Year, businesses will similarly be celebrating the welcoming of other systems such as distributed content delivery to leverage unused storage space and bandwidth. Distributed IT approaches, which are quite advantageous for their quick deployment and installation rates, are also equally favored for their rapid provisioning capabilities. 

2.       2013 will see systems management solutions rising to the sky

With the complete proliferation of the cloud today, it may not come as such a surprise that technology software vendors and enterprise IT will begin to harness the power of the private, public and hybrid cloud for systems management in the coming year. But by doing so, they will see serious cost reductions while maintaining key functionality, Adaptiva insists, which will result in more efficient tools to better manage both traditional and mobile workforces – across desktops, laptops, tablets and smartphones.

The company mentions some additional benefits of cloud-based systems management include increased agility, scalability to easily build custom connectors and tools, and excellent reporting capabilities for providing the necessary intelligence for managing and maintain system integrations.

3.       IT departments will demand lightning quick deployment cycles

“The pace of business has accelerated due to consumer demand for simple, integrated solutions and technologies that make a worker’s life easier,” the company explains. “This in turn, has created a sense of urgency to adopt technologies that streamline the deployment of software solutions beyond SaaS (News - Alert), allowing seamless integration within a matter of minutes or hours, instead of months or years.” These types of solutions that cater to consumers’ need for speed also offer a payback on those investments that is almost equally as fast.

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Edited by Jamie Epstein
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