Tired of Navigating Tech Trends and Avoiding the Hype?
Our top technologists share their predictions for upcoming technology trends, and which trends deserve the hype.
Technology moves fast, and there’s always something new on the horizon that has the potential to change your business. But some buzzy tech trends are just that – buzz, hype – certainly interesting, but with no practical application for most. As a technology leader, you don’t have time for hype. How do you know which trends in tech are worth exploring, and which aren’t worth your time?
How do you know which trends in tech are worth exploring, and which aren’t worth your time?
To help you answer those questions, we’ve launched the Rackspace Technology Trends Viewpoint series. Every quarter, our team of top technologists will publish our collective thoughts on what’s trending in tech. We’ll tell you which trends are worth looking into, which you should discount, and where to focus next.
The theme for the Q3 2020 edition of the Viewpoint series is “Back to the Future.” Download the e-book to learn about two technologies making comebacks after previous peaks in the 90s, and one technology that’s at risk of falling out of favor.Download the e-book
The Rackspace Technology™ Trends Viewpoint, Q3 2020
About the Authors
As CTO of Rackspace Technology, Tolga Tarhan leads the vision, driving innovation, and strategy for our technology offerings. With more than two decades of experience leading product and engineering teams and as a hands-on technologist at heart, he brings unique insights to customers undertaking the journey to the cloud. As an early pioneer of cloud native thinking, Tolga's passion has driven our technical approach and transformed our customers into cloud native thinkers. Tolga continues to show thought leadership in the field through his extensive speaking engagements at AWS events, industry conferences, and educational groups. Tolga previously served as CTO of Onica, which was recently acquired by Rackspace Technology. Prior to that, he was a co-founder of Sturdy Networks and served as the CEO through to the acquisition by Onica. Tolga holds an M.B.A. from the Graziadio Business School at Pepperdine University.Read more about Tolga Tarhan