ICYMI: Energy crisis IT threat and rich are drawn to digital

A week is a long time in tech, so here are some of Technology Magazine’s most popular articles which have been starting conversations around the world

Big business bets on real-time data and event-streaming tech

An overwhelming majority of the world’s most successful companies will use real-time intelligence and event-streaming technologies by 2025, according to new research. The prediction features in International Data Corporation’s (IDC) Future of Intelligence predictions for 2023 and beyond. The report is part of IDC’s FutureScape research and presents information about technologies, markets, and ecosystems that help CIOs better understand future trends and their impacts on the enterprise.

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Christina Kosmowski: growth mindset and hands-on leadership

Christina Kosmowski, CEO of LogicMonitor, discusses maintaining a growth mindset and the importance of maintaining accountability as a leader.

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Rich investors drawn to digital assets despite crypto crash

Four out of five of high net worth individuals (HNWIs) and family offices are already invested in digital assets and the majority of investors believe education and clearer regulation will drive greater adoption. These findings emerged in Private Wealth in Digital Assets Study 2022, commissioned by blockchain company Matrixport and produced by FT Longitude, the specialist research and content marketing division of the Financial Times Group.

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Energy crisis posing threat to IT companies' sustainability

The energy crisis has had a profound impact on the entire IT sector, as rising costs threaten the entire operations of almost every business within the industry. But, according to recent research - published by Telehouse - this crisis could also pose a significant risk to businesses’ sustainability strategies. 

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Trillions of dollars created by growing US wireless industry

The US wireless industry contributed US$825 billion to America's GDP and helped create approximately 4.5 million jobs in 2020 alone, according to a new report. The Importance of Licensed Spectrum and Wireless Telecommunications to the American Economy was produced by Compass Lexecon and commissioned by US wireless trade association CTIA. The analysis also finds that over the past decade the wireless industry contributed nearly US$5.4 trillion in GDP to the American economy.

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Data backup gives way to data protection and cybersecurity

Business leaders need to stop thinking about data backup and start thinking about data protection, according to experts who point out that newer technologies have made traditional backup redundant. As traditional methods of protecting information continuously change to meet emerging challenges, global IT research and advisory firm Info-Tech Research Group has published a new industry blueprint, Data Backup Moves Closer to Data Protection, to help businesses modernise their data protection strategy for the current and evolving climate.

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