The IBM 2012 Tech Trends report from developerWorks and the IBM Center for Applied Insights is based on a survey of more than 1,200 IT and business decision makers who are determining when, where and how their organizations adopt mobile, analytics, cloud
The IBM 2012 Tech Trends report from developerWorks and the IBM Center for Applied Insights is based on a survey of more than 1,200 IT and business decision makers who are determining when, where and how their organizations adopt mobile, analytics, cloud and social technologies.
Update : The Tech Trends Report for Cognos Mobile on the iPad is now available! [ Read more ] In July, IBM developerWorks conducted a survey of over 4,000 IT professionals, faculty members and students from among the developerWorks community. We asked respondents about their view of the future of technology, including questions on business analytics, mobile computing, cloud computing, and social business. Here is a preview of some of our findings: For cloud adopters, "developing new applications" is expected to be the top activity... [More]
Explore this interactive infographic to better understand how quickly enterprises in different parts of the world are adopting mobile, analytics, cloud and social technologies — and the obstacles impeding their progress. To learn more about gaining competitive advantages in these spaces, download the Tech Trends report: Fast track to the future (PDF, 2MB).
The latest Tech Trends study is here – check out the report, interactive infographic, and videos.
This year, we delved deeper into four technologies that dominated last year’s results: mobile, analytics, cloud and social business. To fuel our research, IBM developerWorks teamed with the IBM Center for Applied Insights to analyze survey responses from more than 1,200 professionals who make technology decisions for their organizations – IT managers, business professionals and IT practitioners from 16 different industries and 13 countries. In... [More]
About a year ago, IBM conducted a survey of over 4,000 IT professionals, faculty and students. We asked them for their thoughts on some of the up and coming trends in emerging technology, and they shared their wisdom freely with us.
So we're back, and now we're asking you to share your thoughts with us again. If you have 15 minutes to spare, please use them to tell us what you think about trends in business analytics, cloud computing, mobile computing, social business and other areas.
The survey is now closed, but you can read the... [More]
Earlier this year, developerWorks launched knowledge paths to help IT professionals build the skills they need to compete in a global marketplace. In the Tech Trends survey, we asked what skills are most relevant to today's employers, and this is what they told us.
As you're building skills in these areas, knowledge paths can help you. Many of these topics already have knowledge paths ready for you to get started!
So what are you... [More]
Mobile, analytics, cloud and social technologies are increasingly integral to business strategies – with more than 40 percent of companies upping their investments in these areas over the next two years. In this video, Susanne Hupfer from the IBM Center for Applied Insights discusses highlights from the latest IBM Tech Trends study, including adoption rates, top obstacles – and what we can all learn from the pacesetters at the head of the pack.
What did you find most interesting about the study?
By now you've heard that only 1 in 10 organizations believes it has the right match of skills to opportunities.
But this skill gap goes far beyond today's workforce. It starts with the ability of schools and universities worldwide to teach the needed skills. Over 73% of surveyed students and educators agree: today's graduates won't be entering the workforce with the skills they need to be successful . That’s pretty compelling.
Knowing what to study or what to teach is merely the first obstacle. Educators also face cost and time pressures... [More]
Thank you for completing the Tech Trends Survey! We are collecting more inputs, and compiling them into the 2012 Tech Trends Report. If you are a developerWorks registered user, and chose to receive emails from us, look for our communication on the Report release date! Otherwise, check back here frequently for its availability. For now, check out last year's Tech Trends Report .
This is a guest post by Professor Barbara Wixom of the University of Virginia. Special thanks to Dr. Wixom for her insights. In fall 2012, the BI Congress (a consortium comprised of business analytics academic and commercial thought leaders, including IBM) surveyed professors, students, and employers regarding the state of business intelligence and business analytics (BI/BA) curriculum in universities around the globe. This effort represents the BI Congress’ third survey project since 2009. Consistent with the IBM Tech Trends report, 89% of... [More]
4,130 IT professionals from 93 counties participated in the 2011 Tech Trends Survey. Highest concentration of respondents were are in China (24%), followed by the US (19%), Brazil (12%), India (5%), and Russia (4%). When asked about their roles and responsibilities, our respondents said "Application development" as the top answer, followed by "Systems analysis", "Consulting", "Business requirements analysis", and "IT program/project manager". We know the modern IT professional wears more than... [More]