IT has taken on a pervasive role in the world economy, fostering innovation at an incredible pace. Because of this, it is hugely important to predict where the IT industry is heading in the near and long term.
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Megatrends and transitions are occurring in months rather than years. From mobility and video to cloud and network programmability, there is no end in sight.
The implications of this are amazing. Faster rates of new product introduction. Increasing product complexity. And a highly volatile technology landscape, where disruption occurs more easily.
Innovation within the industry is a pivotal source of growth. IT innovation is overflowing into distant domains, expanding other sectors’ technological frontiers.
Consider, for example, Internet protocols like IPv6. Since its introduction, IPv6 has accelerated innovation across a wide range of industries, including the medical sector with e-health and the automotive industry with connected cars.
Many factors contribute to this sustained progression and widening impact, including:
To continue advancing the technological frontier, and encouraging global economic growth, we need a comprehensive vision of where the IT industry is heading.
Cisco Technology Radar meets this need. It is the foundation of Cisco internal and external innovation strategy.
The program builds on Cisco employees’ passion for technology combined with data-driven inputs from the latest trends in academic research, patenting activity, and venture capital funding.
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