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IT EVENT PREVIEW: This year, 5G connectivity, immersive reality and digital trust are high on the interest list. These all provide the ultimate in personalization and end-user experience, enabling a connected ecosystem across smart cities, smart homes and in-vehicle technology.
PREDICTIONS 2019: eWEEK revisits the security genre because it is always one of the three most important and controversial topics in IT year after year. Experts predict IT security will face even more challenges in the next 12 months than it did in the past year.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: Enterprises first must understand the very nature of their API infrastructures. Most are not even aware of how many APIs they have to begin with.
The Extensibility Essential 2019 pack includes a variety of extensions Visual Studio developers can use to customize their own extensions.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: According to new research, 79 percent of AI leaders–companies generating the greatest impact from AI–expect their employees to be comfortable working alongside robots by 2020. Yet, this carries significant implications relative to reskilling, resourcing, and change management.
Multiple emerging IT concepts combine at the fast food restaurant chain, with an edge networking Kubernetes container orchestration deployment that is managed with a GitOps approach.
PREDICTIONS 2019: The continued development of cloud and container-deployment adoption will maintain its fast pace in 2019, but you may need help analyzing some of the bigger-picture implications of that migration.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: Multiple vendors and open-source projects announced new products and milestones at KubeCon NA 2018. Learn about them in this data points roundup.
NEWS ANALYSIS: CEOs, looking to ride the economic wave for as long as it lasts, are much more willing to use whatever technology is at hand because growth has become a greater imperative than cost reduction.
TECHNOLOGY ANALYSIS: It’s unusual for a big tech company to ask for limits on its own technology, but that’s exactly what Microsoft is doing, and it should be a standard for the industry.