Driving Business Innovation with a New Generation of Real-time Applications

Every industry that is dependent on IT is in the midst of a major transition brought about by Big Data analytics, the cloud, mobile, and social business. These forces require applications beyond systems of transaction of the past, to systems of decision management and to systems of relationship. This paper from IDC shows you what you need to do to drive a new generation of enterprise applications that meet today’ business requirements.
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