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10 tech trends to watch in 2011

(Gil Kirkpatrick, TechRepublic) Based on the results of surveys conducted at The Experts Conference last year, analysts at Quest Software have put together this set of predictions for the upcoming year.

There is a lot of buzz right now over cloud services adoption, platform vendor battles, and shifting technology investment strategies, but, what  happens in 2011 - and what doesn’t - will be determined by actual practices within the IT community. In-the-trenches IT practitioners surveyed at Quest Software’s The Experts Conference 2010 have provided insights into technology trends that appear likely to emerge this year. Here is a look at the top 10.

1. Cloud computing adoption will accelerate, but half of all companies will avoid the cloud for at least five years;
2. There’s no go-to cloud platform provider, so the vendor wars will heat up this year;
3. Organizations that adopt cloud computing will create new organizational structures to support the initiatives;
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