Tech Trends 2022: 9 Developments To Look Out For

Over the last two years, the world has been reeling from the shock of the global pandemic and is now collectively navigating the new normal: the digital. Tech experts believe that this is the right opportunity for building a better future — repaving the old paths and rethinking how we can move forward and innovate. Now the business world is looking to their tech teams to drive innovation — to uncover the mountains and move them too.

Technology trends in 2022 will bring a transformation on a global level. With the new year just around the corner, the world is set to see a sea change. As the world turns to the digital, it will spark an unprecedented demand for fast-evolving technological solutions. These trends highlight innovative developments and these are geared toward digitalization and efficiency. Here’s more about the top tech trends in 2022, and why they’re valuable.

Industry-specific cloud solutions

Every business is unique. The emergence of the industry-specific cloud is a natural progression of cloud computing to meet personalized industry requirements. It enables businesses to drive transformation profitably and sustainably, and seize new opportunities. The industry-specific solutions:

  • Understand data and regulatory policies associated with a specific industry
  • Improve user and data experiences and enhance security and reliability

As cloud platforms continue to mature, public cloud providers are investing in solutions to meet specialized industry requirements. It’s still early days for industry clouds. Established organizations feeling the sting of competition from cloud-native disrupters are good prospects for these types of solutions.

Evolving threats and cyber AI

Today’s organizations struggle with security breaches, despite making significant investments in security technologies. The cost of cybercrime continues to climb; it’s expected to reach €5.3 trillion by 2022 and grow to €9.3 trillion by 2025, according to Deloitte.

So, it’s time to call for cyber AI, a force multiplier preparing organizations to respond faster than attackers move, and anticipate and react to them in advance. Trained AI can help in promoting cyber resilience, enabling organizations to keep operating even when under attack. Cyber AI tools ― even though in their early stages of adoption ― are predicted to grow by €16.8 billion between 2021 and 2025 according to Deloitte.

Getting smarter: decision intelligence

By adding Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML), enterprises are transforming business analytics into more comprehensive decision support platforms. This shift towards decision intelligence has a mix of tools embedded into enterprise workflows, when and where decision-makers need them most.

Engineered decision intelligence featuring networks of emergent decision making is top among tech trends in 2022. As companies begin to realize the value of the decision intelligence approach, its adoption will only continue to grow. Decision intelligence will be a standard component for businesses soon.

The rise of distributed enterprises

With the proliferation in remote and hybrid working patterns, conventional office-centric enterprises are evolving into distributed organizations composed of geographically dispersed workers. Distributed enterprises highlight a digital-first, remote-first business model to improve employee experiences, digitalize touchpoints, and build better experiences.

Also, distributed enterprises better pacify the requirements of both the remote workforce and consumers, who are fueling the demand for virtual services and hybrid workplaces.

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