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Sneak Peek: Enterprise Software 2013
The following forces and information technology (IT) trends will continue to shape 2013:1. Cloud ComputingWhile cloud computing is becoming mainstream

designing relational databases  to invest in actually designing products that are easy to use and require less training. IT departments can shift to the role of business enabler (enabling processes) and leave “turning wrenches” behind. Openness will be one of the most important enablers of hybrid IT because it helps users avoid lock-in to vendors and specific ecosystems. As has been the case with information as a service (IaaS), platform as a service (PaaS) is going to be increasingly seen not just as a public cloud capability, but

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