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TechViews: The Tesla Model S can power your house, Macy’s and Khol’s love Big Data, keyless hotel check-in with your phone; and more!

TechViews: The Tesla Model S can power your house, Macy’s and Khol’s love Big Data, keyless hotel check-in with your phone; and more!

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Denise Dubie

Getting an Earful of IT Predictions with the TechViews Podcast
By Denise Dubie

Did you get sucked into Candy Crush Saga on your mobile device? Or were you one of the cool kids wearing Google Glass in 2013? And which trend will take hold in 2014 and become the must-have technology for you or your IT organization? With 2013 behind us and 2014 here, IT industry watchers are looking back to see what worked in the previous year and looking ahead to understand what the coming months will bring today’s IT professionals. Recently, Jason Meserve, Content Marketing Program Manager at CA Technologies, discussed with me the last year’s biggest trends and shared what he thinks will be big in 2014.

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The father of DevOps, Patrick Debois, says it's hard for people to pin down what DevOps is and isn't, but that's not a bad thing. This ComputerWorld article explains why.

Cloud

Cloud computing will continue to be the way of the future– not only domestically, but for international emerging markets, as well. Studies project that more than 50 percent of all information technology will be in the Cloud within the next five to ten years. This Huffington Post article discusses how Cloud Computing will dominate emerging markets.

Mobility

Starwood plans to roll out a cool app that can unlock your guest room. The new tech, which the company refers to as "keyless key" in its intro video, will soon let you bypass the front desk and enter your room using an Android 4.3 or iPhone 4s (or newer). This engadget article provides a cool video that shows how Starwood is swapping room keys for mobile phones.

Big Data

Big Data is showing great potential to large retails stores. Big Data is proving to be a better way to understand shoppers through a myriad of touch points, from online purchases to their presence on social media. This Forbes article looks deeper into how Big Data helps stores like Macy’s and Kohl’s track you like never before.

Mobility

With so many consumers now using their Mobile devices to interact with businesses, it is imperative that companies are properly set up to meet customers' needs. This Mashable article provides 5 ways to decide if your business needs a Mobile app.

Cloud

CIO’s are tasked with the challenge of determining the best way to store massive amounts of data in a safe, easy-to-access, cost-effective manner. This Silicon Angle article focuses on 20 Cloud Computing statistics every CIO should know!

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In this episode of TechViews Unplugged, Andi Mann and George Watt of CA Technologies discuss how the Tesla Model S can power your house; why hearing aids are cool; and more. Click here.

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