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News: Airspeed predicts the re-enterprisation of IT

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

1st March, 2015

Airspeed Telecom has forecast several key trends to watch out for in IT over the coming year. Peter Hendrick, technical director at Airspeed, said the most important trend will be the re-enterprisation of IT.

“We’re at a time where connectivity is a given, with everyone increasingly expecting high-speed, reliable connectivity wherever they are. This ubiquitous connectivity is a key enabler of new technologies, and is a critical factor in driving technological trends – from enterprise...

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