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Every year a group of IDC analysts gets together to discuss what we believe will be the top trends impacting the broader information access, analysis and management market. This year, we agreed that during the next 12 months we will see business applications move from technology-centric standalone applications to content-rich work environments that combine and cross technologies and add elements of collaboration, knowledge management, and analytics. Our list of 2011 predictions follows:

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The recent Microsoft-HP announcement of a range of database appliances based on Microsoft SQL Server and delivered preconfigured on HP hardware is part of a trend in delivering database technology. Microsoft's announcement means that they have joined the other major DBMS software vendors in offering especially customized hardware-software packages (Oracle offers Exadata, and IBM offers both Workload Optimized Systems (including the pureScale Application System and Smart Analytic System) and Netezza Dat

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