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How to Pick Technology?
Transcript of How to Pick Technology?
Gartner's Hype cycle
Gartners 2013 Hype Cycle for Emerging Technologise: http://public.brighttalk.com/resource/core/19507/august_21_hype_cycle_fenn_lehong_29685.pdf
Top 10 Strateguc Technology Trends: http://www.gartner.com/technology/research/top-10-technology-trends/
Mastering the Hype Cycle: http://www.calisto.bg/userfiles/file/Mastering%20Hype%20Cycle%20-%20Sofia.pdf
Gartner's Hype cycle explained: http://ouenvironscan.files.wordpress.com/2010/07/it-hype-cycles-defined-2008-2009.pdf
Horizon Reports: http://www.nmc.org/horizon-project
HOTEL Project: http://hotel-project.eu/
A model for picking technology winners: http://www.eclicktick.com/hypecycle.pdf
2013 Gartner's Hype Cycle for Emerging Technologies
2009 Gartner's Priority Matrix
The hype cycle addresses a genuine problem in information technology – the need to time its selection and deployment. Too early and the technology does not work. Too late and you lose opportunities for competitive advantage.
Scope: decide what’s valuable to you and how much risk you’ll take to get it.
Track: seek out relevant innovations... and track their progress along the hype cycle.
Innovations should then be "Ranked" for further "Evaluation", a more detailed
examination of whether the top ranked innovation candidates can be brought
Evangelizing includes inspiring, educating and involving the stakeholders who can influence the success of your project.
Transfer: fully transferring the innovation to those who must deploy it.