Empowering Enterprise: Why Future Applications Must Be Cognitive-First

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Dec, 17

Empowering Enterprise: Why Future Applications Must Be Cognitive-First

Today’s mission-critical business applications need to be flexible and agile, offer rapid time to market and be easy to iterate and change – all without sacrificing those traits of security, reliability and compliance.

According to the March 2017 Gartner Report, “Top 10 Strategic Technology Trends for 2017: Intelligent Apps,” 90 per cent of the world’s 200 largest companies will exploit intelligent apps and use the full toolkit of Big Data and analytical tools to improve their customer experience by 2018.

For application development teams, the challenge of harnessing today’s complex set of technologies, interface types, data sources and more to deliver on the promise of intelligent apps can be daunting. These factors – and the ability to integrate predictive results into business applications, have led to the evolution of the next generation of mission-critical apps – cognitive-first.

Read the full article titled Why Future Applications Must Be Cognitive-First to find out how Progress cognitive offerings can help your business navigate past new technologies.

“Empowering Enterprise” is an ongoing Ingram Micro series published in every Wednesday’s edition of The Business Times. It aims to provide news and thought leadership on the latest developments in cloud and security.

The series is produced in partnership with the following vendors: Dropbox, Microsoft, VMware, Cisco, IBM, Progress, Symantec, Barracuda, Dell EMC, FireEye, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Juniper Networks, Lenovo, Menlo Security, Adobe, BitTitan, DocuSign, NSFOCUS and Veritas.

This post may contain excerpts from an article entitled Why Future Applications Must Be Cognitive-First published in The Business Times on 27 December, 2017.

Click here to view all articles published under the “Empowering Enterprise” series.

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