Cloud computing and SaaS are at the center of disruption in IT management, as other trends in the last four years have settled in, according to a new review from Saugatuck Technology.
In an update of its report from 2007, “IT Management: The Journey Continues,” the Connecticut analyst firm rounded up a status report of technology areas that would cause widespread disruption in IT management. While open source, SOA and utility computing have been assimilated into the fabric of data operations since that first report, Saugatuck finds virtualization shaking up all facets of IT management, and expects that to continue into 2015, says Charlie Burns, author of the report and Saugatuck analyst.
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