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5 Most Important Lessons IT Learned In 2015

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2015 has been a good year in IT. In today’s digital world, IT is an important aspect of any organization. Many trends emerged in IT in past year. Today we have listed 5 most important lessons that IT learned in 2015.

1. BYOX is here to stay
With increasing penetration of smartphone users, the BYOD trend (bring your own device) was set and followed. The trend originally referred to mobile devices but later, it spawned as bring your own everything else. BYOX is a new mantra, it demands consumers to bring their own applications, cloud sharing tools, social media into the enterprise etc.

2. DevOps is no longer just a buzzword
DevOps term gained huge importance and popularity in 2015. The term is in reference with an agile method that stresses collaboration of development and operations. The goal is to connect programmers with those who maintain the system. As the years go by, DevOps continues to evolve and, it has its own set of challenges.

3. Data is currency
Data has held a great value in 2015. It is a tool for both structured and unstructured data. It is no longer credible to look at data as big static object in deep lake. Rather, it is considered as a set of fast moving asset in raging river. In coming year, companies need to look at the data that creates business relevant information for today and tomorrow.

4. Finding talent is problematic
Talent shortage affects small-and-mid size organisations, specially startups! Current estimations suggest that, there are more than one million IT job openings in USA itself. These openings are ranging across skill level from support specialist to network admins. Enterprises are working hard to attract and retain talent.

5. SMAC is still relevant
SMAC – social, mobile, analytics and cloud is still important in today’s IT world. All of these individual components continue to grow and thrive in workplace. Senior management needs to be well-versed wit these technologies and their possibilities to create new value in business and markets.