In recent years, we have witnessed a time of global instability marked by pandemics, inflation, geopolitical turmoil, supply problems, blockades, etc. Technology today is evolving at a rapid pace, enabling faster change and progress. IT professionals realize that their role will not stay the same in the contactless world tomorrow. And an IT professional in 2023-24 will constantly be learning, unlearning, and relearning.
Business leaders are rightly worried about how best to position their companies to not only survive but succeed in 2023. This article discusses 6 key tech trends for 2023 and how organizations can take advantage of them.
Data privacy trust is at an all-time low. In 2023, big companies will likely move to earn users’ trust by adopting user-first data governance. Businesses that adopt radical transparency will win in this new era of user-first data governance.
Artificial Intelligence, also known as AI, started gaining popularity a decade ago. Organizations are looking to use AI to analyze customer and business interactions to derive insights and identify triggers.
Digital twins obtain more accurate products, reduce costs or predict possible errors. This technology allows us to change the components we want in the digital world.
By 2023, the metaverse will become more mainstream through increased adoption in marketing, events, and business operations. More businesses will adopt virtual shopping to reach more customers and deliver immersive user experiences. In addition, stakeholders will ensure that standards are in place to facilitate the seamless integration of multiple metaverse platforms.
Industry cloud platforms have already gained some degree of popularity over the past year. However, in 2023, we expect enterprise businesses to lean more heavily on these cloud platforms. It helps to manage, connect, and automate their business processes.
Data privacy concerns regarding traditional Internet platforms will drive the mass adoption of Web3 technologies in the coming year. Web3 technologies for everyday use will actively compete with their traditional counterparts. For IT companies, this means holding your business to the highest transparency standards. Also, growing communities on Web3 platforms, investing in data privacy and security.