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Technology Trends You'll Want to Leverage in 2023

Technology Trends You’ll Want to Leverage in 2023?

According to CompTIA, the global tech sector is predicted to pass the $5 trillion mark by the end of 2022. This shows that technology is rife with constant and rapid change and disruption. This constant pace of change which, when combined with the intricacy of new and upcoming technologies, offers myriad options, makes it so difficult to keep up with trends and make the best decisions. 

There is always a constant stream of experts’ and enthusiasts’ opinions, thoughts, and predictions, making technology a continuous hotbed of what will be the next big thing in tech. For businesses, this can be challenging to keep up with the times. 

With recent updates in AI, the crypto world, and many other interesting aspects, 2023 is sure to be an interesting year. It is also one that individuals and businesses must adjust to for maximum leveraging. 

This article offers a peek into the next best tech trends to leverage in 2023. Read on to get enlightened. 

Technology Trends to Take Advantage of in 2023

Below are some of the technology trends to leverage in 2023:

The Internet of Things (IoT)

The Internet of Things refers to the network of interconnected sensors that gather data on just about anything, from traffic jams to the rate of diabetes and hypertension. 

Many IT professionals believe this is just the beginning in this aspect of tech and that it will break into the energy field this new year. More devices with new and developed features will be pushed into the market this year to arrest and control rising energy costs and use. 

There will also be a rise in devices and sensors related to health and well-being. New devices with smart features, such as smartwatches, will be better and improved at monitoring and identifying major and minor health indicators. This will be marked by a new focus on introducing complex inter-machine interactions to create worldwide standards that these devices can utilize for better and enhanced communication. This will help to reduce hack attacks and increase IoT security. 

Data Governance

Worldwide, data privacy trust is in shambles and is no longer a secret. A study revealed that about 81% of Americans are concerned about companies collecting their private data. 

Many clients are looking for trustworthy brands and companies to entrust their information, and these big companies are adjusting in that direction through user-first data governance. This means that users will be much more involved in knowing and determining how their data is collected, analyzed, used, and disposed of. Also, users will have more options allowing businesses to share their data with third-party contractors. 

The faster businesses adopt this new era of user-first data governance, the earlier they will get the rewards. 

Artificial Intelligence 

In 2023, it is predicted that more businesses will opt to integrate AI into their processes and operations. This is to push quick efficiency scaling, speed up the time it takes for products to get to markets, and maximize resources. 

Adaptive AI systems are dynamic and programmed for real-time iterations. They adjust rapidly to fluctuating real-life circumstances and scenarios while still developing by interpreting behavior in datasets. 

The Metaverse

2023 will see the metaverse become more readily accepted across countries, with adoption not limited to business operations, events, and marketing. Here are some examples:

  • Many businesses will adopt virtual shopping, where shoppers can select products and services without being present physically. It will help them reach and attend to more customers and offer superb immersive user experiences. 
  • Virtual events will become much more commonplace and will move to the metaverse. This will increase attendance rates as one can attend from just about anywhere. 
  • Remote businesses will leverage the metaverse to create better company culture. The metaverse will make sessions on employee onboarding more engaging and hands-on. 

As the metaverse becomes more mainstream, the emphasis will be on developing inexpensive technology that will engender mass adoption. Big companies such as Google, Microsoft, and Apple will set the trail by creating cutting-edge systems and full-body haptic headsets, and suits that make things easier for the metaverse to simulate and display reality to everyone interested. 

Looking to Leverage Any of These Technologies? Skyline IT Management is Your Best Bet!

If you are considering leveraging any of the technologies listed in this article and incorporating them into your business, Skyline IT Management is just the firm to help you.

Contact us today to get started.