IDC FutureScape

Transcription

IDC FutureScape
IDC FutureScape:
Worldwide Internet of Things 2016 Predictions
IDC Web Conference
November 2015
Logistics
Today’s Speakers
 Submit any questions to [email protected]
 You can download slides from the Resource List in the
lower left hand corner of your console.
 To learn about other FutureScape 2016 Web
conferences, visit www.idc.com/idcfuturescapes2016
and click on the “Events” tab.
Vernon Turner
Senior Vice President
of Enterprise Systems
and IDC Fellow for
The Internet of Things
 Join the Conversation in the IDC Community:
http://idc-community.com
Carrie MacGillivray
Program Vice President,
Mobile Services, IoT and
Network Infrastructure
© IDC Visit us at IDC.com and follow us on Twitter: @IDC
2
IoT in China
Millennials
IT vs. OT
8
9
1
By 2018, 60% of global 1000 companies will integrate IT & OT at the
technology, process, security & organization levels to fully realize the value of
their IoT investments.
2
By 2020, enterprise IoT deployments will be focused on international expansion
with Asia & Europe leading, North America following from a distance.
3
By 2019, 45% of IoT-created data will be stored, processed, analyzed and
acted upon close to, or at the edge, of the network.
International
Expansion
4
By 2018, 20% of all IoT intelligent gateways will have “container technology”
for packaging IoT application code in a thin containerized environment thus
accelerating IoT microservices.
2
5
By 2020, 10% of all attacks will target IoT systems.
6
2016 will become the “Year of the IoT Developer”, with 250,000 unique IoT
applications created by 2020.
7
In 2016, 7.5% of EMEA businesses see IoT as a revenue generator in
addition to an efficiency gainer.
8
By 2018, 80% of IoT smart device vendors in China will be eliminated
through competition, and the market will be reshuffled for a better
landscape.
9
By 2018, 16% of the population will be Millennials and be accelerating IoT
adoption due to their reality of a connected world.
10
Public safety IoT: As crime becomes more mobile and invisible, and the
global threat environment more complex, local public safety organizations
will spend $20.7 billion in 2016 on IoT-enabled solutions.
1
IoT in EMEA
Multiple
departments
or business units
7
10
Public
Safety
6
A single
department
or a business unit
ORGANIZATIONAL IMPACT
Companywide
IDC FutureScape: Internet of Things
Application
Developers
Security
4
5
3
Containers+
Microservices
IoT at
the Edge
0-12
12-24
24+
TIME (MONTHS) TO MAINSTREAM
Note: The size of the bubble indicates complexity/cost to address. Source: IDC, 2015
© IDC Visit us at IDC.com and follow us on Twitter: @IDC
3
IDC FutureScape:
Internet of Things – Predictions Highlights
1. By 2018, 60% of Global 1000 companies will integrate IT & OT at the
technology, process, security & organization levels to fully realize the value of
their IoT investments.
2. 2016 will become the “Year of the IoT Developer”, with 250,000 unique IoT
applications developed by 2020.
3. By 2018, 20% of all IoT intelligent gateways will have “container technology”
for packaging IoT application code in a thin containerized environment thus
accelerating IoT microservices.
To learn more about IDC’s outlook for the Internet of Things, please see the
following report, to be published in early November 2015:
IDC FutureScape: Worldwide Internet of Things 2016 Predictions
© IDC Visit us at IDC.com and follow us on Twitter: @IDC
4
1. IoT & the IT vs. OT Debate
Companywide
Multiple
departments
or business units
Guidance
 Review policies about “the
edge”, focus on process
control
 Catalogue all IT & non-IT
data sources in integrated
system
 Find like-minded vendors
A single
department
or a business unit
IT Impact
 Increasing amount of data,
especially at the edge
 Extend security policies to
physical systems
 New stakeholders at the
data
ORGANIZATIONAL IMPACT
By 2018, 60% of Global 1000 companies will integrate IT & OT at the
technology, process, security & organization levels to fully realize the value of
their IoT investments.
IoT in China
Millennials
IT vs. OT
8
9
1
IoT in EMEA
7
International
Expansion
2
10
Public
Safety
6
Security
Application
Developers
5
4
3
Containers+
Microservices
IoT at
the
Edge
0-12
12-24
24+
TIME (MONTHS) TO MAINSTREAM
Note: The size of the bubble indicates complexity/cost to address. Source: IDC, 2015
© IDC Visit us at IDC.com and follow us on Twitter: @IDC
5
2. IoT & Application Development
Companywide
Multiple
departments
or business units
Guidance
 Evaluate internal
resources/skillsets
 Determine functionality,
don’t forget about analytics
 Partner with vendors that
have middleware tools
A single
department
or a business unit
IT Impact
 Internal vs. external
developer decisions
 Open source vs. closed
 Off-the-shelf or unique,
process focused
ORGANIZATIONAL IMPACT
2016 will become the “Year of the IoT Developer”, with 250,000 unique IoT
applications developed by 2020.
IoT in China
Millennials
IT vs. OT
8
9
1
IoT in EMEA
7
International
Expansion
2
10
Public
Safety
6
Security
Application
Developers
5
4
3
Containers+
Microservices
IoT at
the
Edge
0-12
12-24
24+
TIME (MONTHS) TO MAINSTREAM
Note: The size of the bubble indicates complexity/cost to address. Source: IDC, 2015
© IDC Visit us at IDC.com and follow us on Twitter: @IDC
6
3. IoT & Containers
Companywide
Multiple
departments
or business units
Guidance
 Look to SIs to help
develop microservices with
LoBs
 Partner with IT hardware
vendors with systems
management mindset
 Shore up your Cloud
strategy
A single
department
or a business unit
IT Impact
 Magnifies the importance
of Software Defined
Infrastructure
 Optimizing the IoT
gateway lifecycle
 IT and systems overhead
efficiencies
ORGANIZATIONAL IMPACT
By 2018, 20% of all IoT intelligent gateways will have “container technology” for
packaging IoT application code in a thin containerized environment thus
accelerating IoT microservices.
IoT in China
Millennials
IT vs. OT
8
9
1
IoT in EMEA
7
International
Expansion
2
10
Public
Safety
6
Security
Application
Developers
5
4
3
Containers+
Microservices
IoT at
the
Edge
0-12
12-24
24+
TIME (MONTHS) TO MAINSTREAM
Note: The size of the bubble indicates complexity/cost to address. Source: IDC, 2015
© IDC Visit us at IDC.com and follow us on Twitter: @IDC
7
Drivers for the Internet of Things






Accelerating Business Disruption from Digital Transformation
Convergence of Mobile, Social and Sensors
The Shifting Pace of IT Productivity
The Merging of Real Life with Digital Identity
The Race for Cyber Supremacy
An Interconnected, Informed, Interaction, Intrusive, Intelligent and
Cognitive Ecosystem
 Securing the Enterprise at the Edge
To learn more about IDC’s outlook for the Internet of Things, please see
the following report, to be published in early November 2015:
IDC FutureScape: Worldwide Internet of Things 2016 Predictions
© IDC Visit us at IDC.com and follow us on Twitter: @IDC
8
IoT in China
Millennials
IT vs. OT
8
9
1
By 2018, 60% of global 1000 companies will integrate IT & OT at the
technology, process, security & organization levels to fully realize the value of
their IoT investments.
2
By 2020, enterprise IoT deployments will be focused on international expansion
with Asia & Europe leading, North America following from a distance.
3
By 2019, 45% of IoT-created data will be stored, processed, analyzed and
acted upon close to, or at the edge, of the network.
International
Expansion
4
By 2018, 20% of all IoT intelligent gateways will have “container technology”
for packaging IoT application code in a thin containerized environment thus
accelerating IoT microservices.
2
5
By 2020, 10% of all attacks will target IoT systems.
6
2016 will become the “Year of the IoT Developer”, with 250,000 unique IoT
applications created by 2020.
7
In 2016, 7.5% of EMEA businesses see IoT as a revenue generator in
addition to an efficiency gainer.
8
By 2018, 80% of IoT smart device vendors in China will be eliminated
through competition, and the market will be reshuffled for a better
landscape.
9
By 2018, 16% of the population will be Millennials and be accelerating IoT
adoption due to their reality of a connected world.
10
Public safety IoT: As crime becomes more mobile and invisible, and the
global threat environment more complex, local public safety organizations
will spend $20.7 billion in 2016 on IoT-enabled solutions.
1
IoT in EMEA
Multiple
departments
or business units
7
10
Public
Safety
6
A single
department
or a business unit
ORGANIZATIONAL IMPACT
Companywide
IDC FutureScape: Internet of Things
Application
Developers
Security
4
5
3
Containers+
Microservices
IoT at
the Edge
0-12
12-24
24+
TIME (MONTHS) TO MAINSTREAM
Note: The size of the bubble indicates complexity/cost to address. Source: IDC, 2015
© IDC Visit us at IDC.com and follow us on Twitter: @IDC
9
Appendix
http://www.idc.com/idcfuturescapes2016
© IDC Visit us at IDC.com and follow us on Twitter: @IDC
10
The IDC Difference
Experienced
• IDC is the most experienced and trusted IT advisory firm in the
market
Global
• 1,100 analysts worldwide covering technology issues
• 110 countries covered in 54 offices located throughout world
Insightful
• Decision making content based on methodologies built for 3rd Platform
• Unbiased, fact-based, research you can trust
• Experienced technology and industry experts
Personalized
• Concierge client service
• Client driven research agendas
• Inquiries addressed in a timely manner and tailored to your business
11
Global Footprint
12
Industry Innovation
IDC’s Insights Practices Helps You Drive Industry Innovation
• Smart Mining
• Smart Oil and Gas
• Smart Utilities
• Developing Innovative Treatments
• Improving Health Delivery
• Transforming Consumer Engagement
• Engaging Consumers
• Improving Performance
• Managing Risk
• Innovating Product Development
• Optimizing the Supply Chain
• Transforming Manufacturing
• Building Smart Cities
• Transforming Government
• Prioritizing Government Investments
• Creating the Omni-Channel
Experience
• Maximizing Retail Investment
13
IDC’s IT Executive Programs
IDC's IT Executive Programs help today's time-constrained technology
professionals make more effective technology decisions.
Our IDC IT Executive Program offers you:
Technical expertise matched
to line of business challenges
Personalized analyst access
A dedicated CIO Advisor
Personal dedicated analyst
account manager
Open access to all IT professional
events & web conferences
14
14
IDC’s CIO & Tech Exec Forum
Join IDC’s exclusive LinkedIn
forum designed for IT executives
for learning opportunities, direct
access to IDC’s industry experts
and complimentary research.
http://www.linkedin.com/groups
?gid=7448619
Please note: Membership is restricted to technology executives (i.e., CIOs, CSOs, CISOs, VPs, etc) or their equivalent involved in the purchase, evaluation or recommendation of IT products/services within their organizations.
© IDC Visit us at IDC.com and follow us on Twitter: @IDC
15
International Data Corporation (IDC) is the premier global provider of market
intelligence, advisory services, and events for the information technology,
telecommunications, and consumer technology markets. With more than 1,100
analysts worldwide, IDC offers global, regional, and local expertise on
technology and industry opportunities and trends in over 110 countries. IDC's
analysis and insight helps IT professionals, business executives, and the
investment community to make fact-based technology decisions and to achieve
their key business objectives. Founded in 1964, IDC is a subsidiary of IDG, the
world's leading technology media, research, and events company. To learn more
about IDC, please visit www.idc.com. Follow IDC on Twitter at @IDC.
Terms of Use: Except as otherwise noted, the information enclosed is the
intellectual property of IDC, Copyright 2015. Reproduction is forbidden unless
authorized; contact [email protected] for information. All rights reserved.
16

Similar documents