January 25, 2012 | Alberta
In a report from IT World Canada, tech editors looked back on the events that drove technology to where it is today and pinpointed the specific trends for 2012. IT professionals and students of networking and computer program should pay close attention.
In certain business fields, older generations have been accustomed to completing daily tasks without much reliance on advanced technology. With the new, regular usage of predictive analytics tools, professionals can collect researched insights and reach conclusions just as intelligent and useful as those collected by the human mind.
Simplicity is key to a business that hopes to thrive. Merging technologies to create one device that completes all electronic functions and automatically synchronizes data with cloud technology has been a clear advancement in the past few years. In 2012, experts agree that a company's IT staff will have to be up-to-date with supporting a wide variety of electronic devices and platforms - from Apple products to Android smartphones, tablets and PC systems.
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