Once upon a time, technological discoveries were stunning things that adored us. Gradually, they became accustomed to technical wonders as they were integrated into our daily lives. 21st century has seen both unprecedented technology development, especially "IT (IT)" and our dependence on the same. In information technology, technology is making our lives simpler by handling complexity to us, insofar as unmanageable or disturbance of the service it provides could adversely affect almost everything from businesses to everyday life.
It is a recognized fact that the speed of technological change is a faster movement. This article discusses important developments in the information technology world that are already visible or expected to be on the way.
Human (Inner) Face of Technology
Technology authorities take place soon from the company to my household for my personal life. This irrevocable effort of technology will have the greatest impact on the future of technology. Technology must solve human problems, business problems just being part of a larger image.
1. Technology becomes indispensable even for performing daily activities, ranging from office communication to opening windows (home of course)
2. User experience facilitated by the products, implementing how people handle the problem and technology as a tool to solve it will be a factor in deciding what sells and what not
3. People in place of the company will be the biggest technology users and the success of each new company will depend on how well it loses in this consumer base
4. The cost of technology failure will be unimaginable because it directly affects human life, this will add additional security and security issues to technology manufacturers
5. The basis between the technical and technical factors in our lives will disappear, everything will have a technical basis, clear or indirect
6. Innovation (and so the people – knowledge workers) will keep the center
Social Relationships for Social Animals
Statistics show that out of 7 billion people on Earth, over 1.2 billion are social network users whose businesses are 82% of online residents. These figures are going to increase exponentially in the future.
8. Companies need to remove constraints on social technology that limit employees, manufacturers and customers become blurred, everyone needs to communicate through a social networking network
9. Social Networking (SNA) will be a promising tool for business and will provide valuable input into strategy, marketing, customer, promotion, etc.
10. Social networking will provide a forum for never seen before collaborating with professionals to solve the problem beyond the agency's boundaries
11. Take advantage of social networks, it will be a challenge to cope with the threat of security and privacy, and the technology will have to cope with this challenge
Large data grow larger
According to It is estimated that the large data value is 100 billion ISK and is growing twice faster than the software companies as a whole.
12. More and more new devices that support large data will come
13. Most companies that need to gather and analyze more and more data must review the data management and methods
14. The current database management system must either be developed to handle the large data or eventually disappear.
Mobility on the Move
As estimated, more than 75% of the world's population has access to mobile phones. By increasing computing power and declining hardware costs will ensure that very soon all of the world have access to mobile phones and most of them move on the smart phone related.
15. Smartphones become like a jewel that will not just keep us in touch and allow capture and playback of audio devices, but will also serve as a means of communication, handle professional work when on the move, execute business applications, navigation, payment options, sensors, risk management systems, aids, training equipment … the list is essentially endless
16. There will be a boom of the application software for handheld devices
17. Companies must submit their application to handheld devices in whole or in part
18. There will never be opportunities for individual developers to get their customers out of their own applications (Google – Android App Store when in business and Microsoft launching the Windows Store)
19. Different Mobile Development Centers may need to consider standardization
Cloud and Clouds everywhere
By 2012, 20% of companies will not own information technology. – Gartner Report, 2010.
As this forecast is on its way to fulfill and exceed it, clouds are considered one of the biggest things that will change the face of computer and information technology.
20. Online service offers become lucrative and competitive
21. As the confidence builds on the cloud, the cost of building a cloud (infrastructure or application center or both) will reduce the cost of construction (due to safety and other reasons) in the end  22. Cloud adjustment will force service providers to find solutions to the challenges the clouds stand:
a. Concerns regarding the Safety of Financial Information and Personal Information
b. Lock their customers into a dedicated technology platform
c. Difficult Coexistence with Legacy and Patent
Business Models For The Future to Take
As the speed of technology change is turning the world, companies in the world will have to reconsider their actions to reach in line with these changes and take advantage of the opportunities it provides. Business models based on philosophy "Win-Win" and are agile enough will survive.
23. There will be demand for new business models where customers and service providers are regarded as partners and have a united role in the project success, new and innovative business types will replace the heritage images soon
24. Legal factors become increasingly complex, and governments need to formulate law on new legal issues
25. IT Budgages will get trimming, especially in turbulent time without touching SLA (so customers will require more services at a lower cost)
26. Licenses based on payroll for use will be noticeable
27. Multilateral business model (where service is provided A free of charge but B is charged for advertising or development data, etc.). Selecting momentum
28. Service providers offer a "Freemium Model" where services are free for certain limits, usage fees charged
29. Companies will spread their foothold in unconventional markets, multinational companies reaching rural and small businesses become international
30. Government will increase the use of information technology for its public service – education, law, transportation, healthcare, etc., when public service system allows applications related to them to affect
New SDLC models to replace current
As an article recommends that "Agile is a new waterfall", projects will not be able to wait a long time for a work operation or change.
31. Smaller time to market and high competition will force companies to change their policies more often than imagined. This will require SDLC models that deliver job creation rapidly. Thus, repeated project development methods will replace the standard of the models and their variants. Architecture and developmental images that support low clutter fillings become prominent
32. Smaller time to market and faster versions will deliver competitive advantage
Architecture with no architecture will become distinctive
Factors like internet, cloud computing, service integration and mobility support, etc. will make the application architecture too complicated. The architecture of the future will be architecture that has no architecture – it can live as its building elements continue to change.
33. Obsession with technology will be diluted and business needs etc. will take the centerpiece of Enterprise Architecture
34. Architecture will only become complicated and spread … not turn back
35. Changes are becoming increasingly rapid in business demands, technology, interfaces, malfunctions, etc.
36. Concepts such as interoperability, platform independence, etc. Will be indirect and therefore, NFR (unserviceable requirements) will be more important than ever before
37. Architecture would have to continue like all aspects of architecture – device for network, the UI database in data storage will change and continue to change
38. Applications will lack direct control over the entire elements of architecture, yet they need to be responsible for their work
39. Contextual sensitivity of the pieces (is it a notepad or smartphone?) Becoming important
40. With shrinking window maintenance time and numerous interfaces and dependence, long-term batch processes will give rise to asynchronous processes
41. Various business segments will need to share business technology and technology models to create the consolidated image
42. A policy will be the use of product lines (which are tested, can be reduced, control the volume, serve SLA, and so on) rather than developing custom solutions
43. Senior technical representation becomes commonplace in senior executives
Geography becomes irrelevant
According to the 2011 survey, over 6 billion access to the computers and approximately half of them have access to the Internet. The increased power of the handset and the emergence of mobile computing is going to increase these numbers exponentially.
44. Businesses will offer greetings to most applications that do not support the internet or can not be made to connect to the internet and most people need to support handheld devices (Mainframe-based applications can be an exception but they also get integrated with web services) 19659002] 45. The global presence of technology companies and the dissemination of virtual operations enables companies to create an international team that will work in shifts that affect how teams are organized and tasks are taken
46. Most applications need a built-in location and globalization device that will be
47. More and more applications will have a "Geolocation" capability built-in (imagine a browser on the map that allows to search and drill down to the address and enter the address instead of entering it and running the values)
48. More and more applications will be required to be 24X7 and have a small time window for activities like maintenance and batch processing
Hardware and Networking will See Loss of Importance
As the price of computer equipment is coming down and their success is going up, things like hardware and networks will no longer be a breakdown because everyone wants to be in a position to afford them at a reasonable price.
49. The value of the add-on provided by application and service must meet all expectations
50. Increased popularity and capabilities of virtualization will ensure consolidation in terms of hardware, software and data