6 Tech Trends for 2023
Amid times of economic turmoil hitting markets of varying degrees on a global scale, CIOs and IT executives must look beyond obvious cost savings to pay attention to new forms of operational excellence as they continue to accelerate digital transformation in their organizations.
In this one-way digitization evolution, environmental, social and governance (ESG) expectations and regulations become increasingly indispensable in the processes and objectives of organizations, translating this aspect even into the definition of what the development focus will be, seeking to favor sustainable technologies. Which brings us to our first tech trend for 2023:
1 – Sustainability
In a recent Gartner survey, CEOs reported that environmental and social change are the top three priorities for investors today, second only to profit and revenue. That is, executives must increasingly invest in innovative solutions designed specifically to meet the demand for monitoring and managing sustainability goals.
The scenario favors the flourishing of new sustainable structures that prioritize energy efficiency and the increasing use of Artificial Intelligence in solutions that seek to develop businesses in a responsible and intelligent way.
2 – Artificial Intelligence
And it is no surprise, with the real explosion in the development and use of tools that use Artificial Intelligence techniques for the most varied purposes in the virtual environment. AI systems are increasingly adaptable, with the ability to simulate situations and learn from complex and dynamic systems that may not have been previously anticipated. These solutions will increasingly use real-time feedback to dynamically change their own learning technique and adjust goals, increasingly enabling them to operate in environments with a high level of dynamism and optimization.
3 – Superapps
Superapps are apps, platforms, and ecosystems all rolled into one. Furthermore, they provide their own platform for others to develop their own in-house miniapps. Think Microsoft Teams or Slack, for example. By 2027, Gartner predicts that over 50% of the global population will be daily active users of various super apps.
4 – Cybersecurity
With digital products moving ever-increasing amounts, and financial products increasingly establishing themselves in the digital territory, cybersecurity has become and promises to remain an urgent priority for organizations.
Increasingly modern tools use sophisticated automated testing to test every possible entry point in defending a specific environment. Systems have their code monitored from the first stages of development, ensuring greater reliability for those who invest in the area.
5 – The cloud comes to the industry
Cloud platforms operating at the industrial level combine SaaS, platform as a service (PaaS) and infrastructure as a service (IaaS), providing modular capabilities to solve the specific problems of each sector. Companies increasingly use these capabilities as building blocks to compose unique and customized digital business initiatives, providing agility, innovation and reduced time to market.
6 – Metaverse
Still in the experimental phase, projects that seek to offer a sensory and integrated digital experience will be used by more than 40% of large organizations by 2027, according to Gartner. The trend is towards an ever-increasing expansion of immersive virtual environments, with their own visual and financial characteristics, independent of specific platforms.
Which of the 6 key tech trends for 2023 is your favorite?
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