The 30 Most Important IT Trends for 2007

By Channel Insider Staff  |  Posted 2006-11-20 Email Print this article Print
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Thousands of IT executives contributed to a year's worth of data that reveals the direction of the industry. Will SOA take a big step forward next year? Will outsourcing take a step backward? Here's what to expect in 2007. (CIOInsight.com)

When it comes to IT, change may very well be the only thing CIOs can depend on in 2007.

That's what the editors at CIO Insight found when we took each of the 13 surveys we conducted in 2006 and put them under the microscope to project next year's 30 major trends.

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We break out 2007's trends into four different categories: Strategy, Management, Security and Technology. But they are all closely related.

And each trend contains a wealth of information and statistics gleaned directly from the source: CIOs, CTOs and other high-level technology executives. So look closely.

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Will service-oriented architecture take a big step forward next year? Will outsourcing take a step backward?

Will businesses finally learn how to measure the value of IT?

These are just some of the predictions we make based on a full year's worth of data. Read on to see what kind of year you can expect in 2007.

Read the full story on CIOInsight.com: The 30 Most Important IT Trends for 2007

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