Today societies are more digitalized than ever, and as the population increases, it will also increase the use of these technologies for both the individuals and companies. This is also emphasized on building solutions that can help in sustaining online privacy

Much of the focus now is on customer and user experience that can harmonize these technological shifts and improve interaction with technologies we are surrounded.

1. Cloud-based services instead of the local data center

The use of cloud infrastructure undoubtedly helps in reducing the cost of overall operations and the need for physical servers is cut, while providing a safer and more cost-effective alternative.

Cloud computing attempts also help in capturing and delivering the data as the Internet-based service which speeds up operations. Plus the introduction of green energy also makes this practice a more sustainable solution.

2. The rise of 3D Printing

The first 3D printer was invented in the late eighties, and over the years changes the potential of this technology is scaled many times. Their ability to design and customize a product for each makes this technology stand out

The commercial mass production of 3D-printed products will be more visible shortly as taking the first step towards 3D printed products with the launch of Adidas first ever 3D printed shoes. This technology can bring down the cost of highly complex customized offerings and making them inexpensive.

3. VR enables service and meetings online

Captivating experiences with the help of Virtual Technology makes it possible to reduce the need to travel long distances for meetings and conferences. IT professionals are also benefiting from this technology by delivering error investigation services through virtuality. Both VR and AR are expected to help change our view of the physical space in the future.

With the virtual reality (VR), enhanced reality (AR) and mixed reality (MR) there is a shift in perceptions and users experience is more immersive in the interaction models. Plus the integration of VR and AR with mobile devices, IOT, and Sensitive-rich environments, as well as dialogue platforms will give us entirely new experiences. And both are expected to help change our view of the physical space in the future.

4. Leasing instead of buying

Rental turns into a more typical option in contrast to buying IT items. By lease, it is guaranteed that the objects upon conveyance are distinguished, erased and reused in a confirmed and secure way, which is likewise essential in perspective of GDPR and the new information security rules that become effective recently. Leasing is an economically viable choice where organizations get your hands on the latest IT hardware without spending all will be good effortless option.

5. IOT and smart devices

Over the past few years, IOT is well received by masses, but there is some buzz associated with the IOT privacy issues intact with many of these connected devices. Creating a system that can potentially function autonomously will be an essential battlefield for technology providers for the next few years. The amount of data these devices create should be optimized and managed to make the use of this technology more acceptable by all. By capitalizing on the digital initiatives in the next few years, the ability to use AI for better decisions reconfigured business models and ecosystems, as well as building new customer experiences will be critical. Artificial intelligence includes a number of technologies and techniques that have grown over many years.

6. Blockchain Initiative

We all hear of the cashless society, but ever imagine how it’s possible that is where Blockchain comes in. Blockchain technology has the potential to change the way we gain trust, thus affecting our relationship with agreements, commerce, and ownership. Blockchain ensures confidence in unsecured environments and eliminates the need for a trusted central authority. Blockchain can thus become a foundation for disruptive digital business for both mature companies and startups.

7. Own production of green and renewable electricity

Use of Renewable resources to power up lives has become agenda of any government. With the excessive use of technology, you get an excess of heat, and that heat can be reused to something else, such as heating up residential buildings or office space. Many companies like Tesla are also beginning to look at solutions that enable them to produce their own green electricity. Some came with the idea of installing solar cells to power their homes and offices, while others find ways to use energy from renewable sources to run their data centers.


Author's Bio: 

Anas Feroz is a tech buff, cybersecurity fanatic, and Copywriter. Loves to read and write about cyber issues, technology, and loops in the virtual spectrum. Get in touch with me @anas_feroz