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Verizon Business Identifies Top 10 Hot Business Technology Trends for 2008

December 20, 2007 | Chris Payatagool
joblogo.gifWith the holiday season in full swing and the new year only weeks away, chief information officers are making their lists and checking them twice to determine which key information technology  initiatives will take flight in 2008.  Verizon Business has identified ten business technology trends that are driving those New Year's "resolutions."
"As a leader and trusted partner delivering communications and computing solutions to global enterprises, we know that CIOs are up at night charting the course for their IT organizations," said Nancy Gofus, senior vice president and chief marketing officer for Verizon Business.  "They're responding to the business challenges of their enterprises - solving technical problems, boosting the efficiency of their organizations, wringing costs out of the business - delivering business benefits that are not merely financial or technical, but environmental as well.  We can help our customers gain a competitive edge by unlocking the opportunities associated with the trends, techniques and technologies that will drive their businesses forward in the years ahead."


Here's Verizon Business' list of ten hot trends for 2008:

1. Continued Globalization

Successful companies will continue to expand their borders in 2008 with workers, offices and facilities located around the world. While globalization can help multinational companies control costs, new challenges will emerge such as deploying a reliable communications infrastructure, whether an office is located in Seoul, Rio de Janeiro or Rome. Businesses will increasingly require high-performance networks that enable applications designed to run on the corporate campus to also provide a consistent experience and operate securely no matter where users are located or where the applications reside.

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