As per the emerging 2022 tech trends, supply chain cyber security will be a challenge for all industries, not just those directly involved in software. Barring unforeseen events, technology leaders can usually spot future trends. Let’s take a look at the top technology and business trends that we are likely to experience in the coming year.
Industry experts say many companies prefer to develop their own technology to reduce reliance on third-party service providers and ensure less impact in future supply chain disruptions, all while leveraging directory-listings types platforms for aggregation.
Business analysts predict that by 2024, organisations using cyber security network integration as a security tool for a collaborative ecosystem will reduce the financial impact of a single security incident by an average of 90% by 2024. This technology trend will also enable companies to improve security, efficiency, and decision-making as information is collected and analysed over the Internet.
This will include new utilities ranging from smart contracts that help streamline supply chains to the ability to eliminate ad fraud. This means that data and processing can be managed in the cloud, but made available to devices more quickly, hence the real-time availability of some great deal on platforms such as Priceline. It takes more than just building relationships with vendors to operate a value-adding travel deals platforms such as this. Security is at the core of what it takes…
According to the Deloitte Technology Trends report, a growing number of companies will begin exploring cloud technology over the next 18 to 24 months, driving a $640 billion market by 2026.
Companies are turning to cleaner resources, fuels, energy and technology.
Big Data Management
The world is sure to see increased investment, training and education in this technology trend in the coming years and with personal data at risk, cyber security is more important than ever. Thus, cyber security will always evolve as a new technology trend adapted to enhance security to protect against hackers. With so many technologies emerging on so many fronts, it’s hard to keep up. More technological advances await us in the next decade than in the previous 100 years combined.
Up to 10 years of e-commerce growth by the end of 2022 could fit in just three months, according to McKinsey & Company, which predicts that we will see more technological advances in the next decade than in the past previous 100 years put together.
Remote Hybrid Workforce
The behemoth driving most of the technology trends we’ll see this year is the ongoing transition to a remote or hybrid workforce. We hope that these new trends will lead to positive and valuable outcomes, providing promising career opportunities now and for the foreseeable future.
There will be major updates to the technology infrastructure that will form an application ecosystem for consumers and businesses. Advances in artificial intelligence, machine vision, sensors, motors, hydraulics and materials will change the way products and services are delivered.
According to Deloitte, which said the early adopters of the trend have already seen efficiency gains and reduced labour costs, it could also allow skilled technicians to focus on higher value-added activities. In a recent survey of CIOs and engineers, 74% of respondents said that automation has helped their employees work more efficiently.Infographic created by Clover Network – a leader in helping businesses accept credit card payments