NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Earlier this week, I took a look at some tech predictions that I think are likely to come true in 2015. Considering that the world of technology creeps into or dominates much of our lives (nearly every company these days thinks they're a tech company), there's a need for a few more predictions going into the end of the year.
Here's my outlook for 2015, including a few possible major moves in the enterprise space, some news about drones (yay drones!!) and a potential IPO for the company everyone loves to hate. Without further introduction, here's the next five predictions for 2015, starting with one I'm pretty sure about.
Facebook Launches Facebook For Work
It seems like every company is going after the enterprise -- Apple teamed up with IBM (IBM) , Microsoft is making a renewed push to making Office available everywhere while Google (GOOG) is attacking Microsoft, pushing its Google Apps suite even harder.
Enter Facebook (FB) in 2015.
Facebook is likely to launch its own enterprise campaign, with Facebook For Work sometime early in the new year. The rumor of Facebook moving into the enterprise is not new, but I'm pretty sure that CEO Mark Zuckerberg and COO Sheryl Sandberg are likely to make this a big priority next year as the world's largest social network continues to grow and becomes not only a formidable advertising platform, but a productivity giant as well. It already offers many of the same features you would need in an e-mail suite, including the ability to instant message, communicate with former colleagues and encroach upon LinkedIn's (LNKD) territory.
I suspect that in addition to communication tools, Facebook For Work will also have the ability to share documents with co-workers in the cloud, much as Google does with its Apps and Microsoft does with Office 365.
I'm not entirely sure what Facebook would add to this so that it's not seen as a "me too" kind of product, but after having made fools of the media (and investors), after buying Instagram (and perhaps with WhatsApp and Oculus Rift), I'm not counting Zuck and the rest of his team out.
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