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Where are we going, and how do we get there?

By nonimportantname ·
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Okay this question has already been asked a thousand times all over the Internet but this is TechRepublic, a conglomeration of talented professionals with real insight, so I am interested to know from you.

Seeing how recent disruptive technologies have made managing the enterprise easier and drastically changed the computing landscape, what does the future hold for the IT professional? Will there be more work or less work? Will the work become more mundane or more involved? What does all of this mean for emerging/declining markets/industries?

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I haven't seen anything get easier.

by Tony Hopkinson In reply to Where are we going, and h ...

palmed off somewhere else, I've seen that.

Very familar landscape as well.


If my job gets more mundane, I'm going to switch to something exciting, like boxing up snacks....

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Curious

by boxfiddler Moderator In reply to Where are we going, and h ...

as to how disruption is a good thing?

... disruptive technologies have made managing the enterprise easier...

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What I mean by disruptive is...

by nonimportantname In reply to Curious

Advances in technology, such as the one everyone is touting these days...cloud computing. I call it a disruptive technology because it has enhanced the way companies do business and has altered the IT landscape in so doing. You could call it something else, but one definition of the term is "to interrupt the normal course or unity of" something. Interpretation as to whether these types of advancements is a good or bad thing is up to the person.

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Sure are a lot of

by IC-IT In reply to Where are we going, and h ...

colleges in your town. Which one are you attending?

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