November 29, 2012
"Schedule of 2013 I.T. Analyst Technology Trend Webinars"

— My latest blog post is "Schedule of 2013 I.T. Analyst Technology Trend Webinars"

April 23, 2012
"In the past, people have said, maybe it’s 50 years away, it’s (Quantum Computing) a dream, maybe it’ll happen sometime. I used to think it was 50. Now I’m thinking like it’s 15 or a little more. It’s within reach. It’s within our lifetime. It’s going to happen."

— Quote by Mark B. Ketchen, Manager, Physics of Information, IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center in Yorktown Heights, New York on the topic of Quantum Computing.  Quote found in an online New York Times article titled  “I.B.M. Inch Closer on Quantum Computer”

April 23, 2012
"It’s (Quantum Computing) one of our most significant fundamental research projects now, and may be one of the largest fundamental ones,"

— Quote by Bill Gallagher, Senior Manager of Quantum Computing, IBM Research.  Quote found in an online Computerworld article titled  "IBM’s new future: Quantum computing"

March 2, 2012
"Organizations that continue to take enterprise mobility for granted will be swept aside in the new environment. Today, we’re seeing what we could call a ‘perfect storm’ created by the evolution of different areas of technology combining to fundamentally, and drastically change how organizations can use enterprise mobility to support business goals and strategies. New access networks, new devices, new mobile operating systems, applications, platforms and delivery models come together to create true and all-embracing enterprise mobility. If previous IT turning points for industry have been the move from mainframes to desktops and the growth of Internet, then new mobile devices and applications will constitute the next seismic shift."

Quote by Tim Dillon, IDC’s Associate Vice President for Asia/Pacific End-User and Mobility Research.  Quote found in an IDC Press Release titled “”Mobility becomes the Biggest Issue Driving IT in Asia/Pacific, Says IDC

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February 6, 2012

Possible #future products and services…via video “A Day Made of Glass” (by CorningIncorporated)

February 3, 2012
"A continually evolving breed of unknown, persistent, targeted, and adaptive security threats is pushing businesses’ enterprise IT/Security infrastructure to their limits and driving the expansion of the security services threat intelligence market. According to new research from International Data Corporation (IDC), this emerging predictive security market is forecast to grow from $198 million in 2009 to $905 million in 2014 as organizations struggle to keep pace."

Quote found in an IDC press release:   “More Formidable Security Threats and High-Profile Attacks Drive Enterprise Demand for the Security Services Threat Intelligence Market, Which IDC Forecasts to Reach $905 Million by 2014”

February 1, 2012
Looking at 2012 and Beyond: Trends for Transformation (by b_d_solis)

Looking at 2012 and Beyond: Trends for Transformation (by b_d_solis)

January 18, 2012
HorizonWatching: Top Eleven Technology Trends For 2012

My gift to you.  Enjoy.

December 13, 2011
"Last month, IBM released it’s 2011 IBM Tech Trends Report, which is one of the top reports I suggest you read about tech trends going into 2012. It’s a great report because it’s developed from a survey of more than 4000 IT professionals from 93 countries and 25 different industries."

— Quote found on HorizonWatching post on Typepad at IBM: 2011 Technology Trends Survey Results and Report

December 6, 2011
"It turns out, teenagers aren’t avoiding careers in engineering because they think it’s geeky. They’re simply unaware of what engineers do, a survey of 1,000 teenagers showed."

— Quote found in a Oregonian article titled:  Intel survey of teenagers shows they don’t know what engineers do, limiting them from choosing those careers

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