The biggest trend at our office is no IT staff. We don't need them often enough to fill the position.
And we have few desktops. Almost everyone has moved to laptops.
The cloud has a fundamental flaw and those that push the cloud like a fan boy are the ones you know have a lot of kool aid. Don't listen to them. They are just fans. What flaw? Here's someone you may know.
I've already seen and helped others out on this issue.
1.Traditional PC continues to decline,the desktop will be instead.
2.The first year of elastic device
3.Say goodbye to the anonymity of Internet age
4.The cloud computing is popularized further,but the U disks and mobile HDD will retire to the second line.
5.Mass of data bigin to become strongger
Do you have any other ideas about the trends of IT industry?