According to the organisation, mobile device battles are set to be the most important trend in the next year. This is backed up by research suggesting that mobile gadgets will leapfrog PCs to become the most common tool for people to access the internet during the next 12 months.
Gartner placed mobile applications and HTML 5 as its second most influential strategic trend of 2013, which stems from the fact that the HTML 5 program is becoming more capable in its operations.
Next on the list was the impact of personal cloud, with apps, content and preferences all starting to operate with assistance from this innovative digital sphere, followed by the concept of the 'internet of things'.
This latter point is seen by the fact that more than 15 billion 'things' are currently operating over the web, along with more than 50 billion of intermittent connections.
Rounding out the list was Hybrid IT and cloud computing, strategic big data, actionable analytics, mainstream in-memory computing, the emergence of integrated ecosystems and the growth of enterprise app stores.
Aaron Wallis are UK based recruitment consultants with specialist electronic Sales recruitment consultants. Their dedicated electronics sales division offers sales roles across electronics, electromechanical and semiconductors
Posted by Nikki Barrister
Source: The Sales Engineer News