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IDC FutureScape: Worldwide Data, Integration, and Analytics 2020 Predictions

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IDC FutureScape: Worldwide Data, Integration, and Analytics 2020 Predictions
Published: October 31, 2019 Content info: 18 Pages
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This IDC study provides IDC's 2020 top 10 predictions for data, integration, and analytics technology trends."Predictions highlighted in this IDC FutureScape outline some of the key requirements for the future of intelligence, which addresses an organization's capacity to acquire data combined with its ability to synthesize that data to create the information it needs in order to learn and apply the resulting knowledge across the enterprise at scale," said Dan Vesset, group VP, Analytic and Information Management Advisory Group and global lead of IDC's Future of Intelligence Practice.

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IDC FutureScape Figure

Executive Summary

IDC FutureScape Predictions

  • Summary of External Drivers
  • Predictions: Impact on Technology Buyers
    • Prediction 1: By 2023, 70% of G2000 Companies Will Have Metrics in Place to Evaluate Value Realized from Data, Enabling Them to Optimize Internal Resource Allocation Decisions Across the Enterprise
      • Associated Drivers
      • IT Impact
      • Guidance
    • Prediction 2: By 2024, Enterprises That Deploy ML-Powered Data Management, Integration, and Analysis Solutions Will See a Doubling of Data-Centric Employees' Productivity
      • Associated Drivers
      • IT Impact
      • Guidance
    • Prediction 3: By 2022, a Third of G2000 Companies Will Have Formal Data Literacy Improvement Initiatives in Place to Drive Insights at Scale, Create Sustainable Trusted Relationships, and Counter Misinformation
      • Associated Drivers
      • IT Impact
      • Guidance
    • Prediction 4: By 2025, 30% of Organizations Will Be Using Crowdsourcing-Based Internal or External Prediction Markets to Make Important Business Decisions
      • Associated Drivers
      • IT Impact
      • Guidance
    • Prediction 5: By 2023, 60% of Organizations Will Use Data Catalogs to Unify Data Discovery, Access, and Intelligence and to Bring Increased Transparency and Trust in DataOps and Business Outcomes
      • Associated Drivers
      • IT Impact
      • Guidance
    • Prediction 6: By 2021, 25% of Data-Driven Organizations Will Have Turned 30% of Their Unstructured Data into Repurposed Discrete Elements That Fuel Adaptive Decision Making and Automate Data-Driven Workflows
      • Associated Drivers
      • IT Impact
      • Guidance
    • Prediction 7: By 2025, 100% of Memory-Optimized DBMSs Will Use Persistent Memory, with System Performance Benefits Yielding Competitive Advantages in Areas Such as Logistics, Financial Services, and IoT Management
      • Associated Drivers
      • IT Impact
      • Guidance
    • Prediction 8: By 2022, 50% of ICT Vendors Will Use Anonymized Data Collected Within Their Platforms to Provide Insights and Benchmarks, Leading to Increased Value and Differentiation for Their Offerings
      • Associated Drivers
      • IT Impact
      • Guidance
    • Prediction 9: By 2023, the Drive to Monitor Operations Pervasively Will Have Shifted to Workers, with 25% of Enterprises Engaging in Detailed Digital Work Monitoring to Improve the Value of Work Performed
      • Associated Drivers
      • IT Impact
      • Guidance
    • Prediction 10: By 2024, 10% of Adults in Developed Economies Will Manage Their Personal Data via Data Trusts, with New Controls and Transparency Affecting Digital Business Models and Mediating Customer Relationships
      • Associated Drivers
      • IT Impact
      • Guidance

Advice for Technology Buyers

External Drivers: Detail

  • Accelerated Disruption: Navigating Business Challenges as Volatility Intensifies
  • The Platform Economy: Competing at Hyperscale
  • Sense, Compute, Act: Maximizing Data Value
  • Intelligence Everywhere: AI's Opportunity and Implications
  • Rising Customer Expectations: More Convenience, Customization, and Control
  • The Future of Work: Agile, Augmented, Borderless, and Reconfigurable
  • Economies of Intelligence: AI, Human, and Organizational Learning Fuels Asymmetrical Advantage

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