Innovation is advancing quicker than ever. As technology advances, it enables even faster change and progress, causing an acceleration of the rate of change, until eventually, it will become exponential. Engineers and researchers that don't stay aware of some of the significant-tech patterns take the risk of being abandoned. Understanding the key patterns will enable individuals and researchers to plan and embrace opportunities. There are many such technologies that have already made their prominent mark in 2019 and are only a few more applications away from becoming mainstream like 5G.
Phillip Marangella, CMO for EdgeConneX explores how edge data centers can help us rearchitect the internet in a way that will support the flood of data and massive traffic flows generated by emerging technologies like AI, cloud gaming, VR/AR and multi-cloud deployments, and more. The internet was not constructed to handle the traffic flows of today, and it's only going to get more congested in the coming months and years. Traditionally, traffic flows on the internet have largely been download-centric and networks have been built out to support those flows. However, the gravity of data and compute has shifted from the core to the edge as a result of technologies like the Internet of Everything (IoE), artificial intelligence and machine learning, cloud gaming and HD streaming and virtual reality. There is much more content and data that is now being created, stored and processed at the edge.
New and emerging technologies have the capacity to change our lives. If they are used correctly, they can improve the way we live, work, and do business. If misused, they can create problems ranging from a small disturbance caused by automated software to a large scale security breach. Rapid developments and adoption of these technologies in the enterprise are contributing to the digital transformation that slowly started some years ago. And so, year after year industry analysts identify the technology trends that will shape and disrupt businesses in the next few years.
The evolution of wireless communication is not something that happens overnight. The progression from 1G technology (used in the 1970s) to the anticipated release of 5G (expected in 2020), spans almost 50 years. By today's innovations standards, where mobile devices are seemingly obsolete every two years, that's not exactly rapid innovation. Similar to wireless generations before it, 5G will provide significant advantages over the current 4G LTE networks. The 5G latency will also be an improvement, delivering latency as low as 1 ms, making applications like untethered AR/VR a reality.
The very best tactical technology trends that businesses will need to research in 2020. A tactical technology fad as one with considerable disruptive potential that's starting to break from an emerging country into wider impact and usage, or that is quickly growing with a high level of volatility accomplishing tipping points during the subsequent five decades. "People-centric bright spaces will be the construction utilized to synthesize and assess the key effect of this Gartner top tactical technology trends for 2020," states David Cearley, vice-president. "Placing people at the centre of your technology approach highlights among the most essential features of engineering -- how it affects customers, employees, business partners, society or other important constituencies. "Arguably all activities of this organisation could be attributed to the way it affects these people and groups either indirectly or directly.
ORLANDO – The pace of technology change is accelerating rapidly, augmented by factors that IT pros need to study-up on, things they never had to deal with before like hyperautomation, multiexperience, and human augmentation that Gartner says will have a significant impact on enterprises. "It's been 50 years since the first message was sent across what became the internet. In 50 years we've seen technology transform our enterprises, our relationships, and society itself," said Val Sribar, senior research vice president at Gartner. "The next five years may bring as much change as those last 50." Looking ahead just on year, Gartner created the "Top 10 Strategic Technology Trends for 2020," which the consulting firm released at its IT Symposium/XPO 2019 here this week.
Hyperautomation is the combination of multiple machine-learning (ML), packaged-software and automation tools to deliver work. Hyperautomation refers not only to the breadth of tools available, but also to all the steps of automation itself (discover, analyze, design, automate, measure, monitor and reassess), Cearly said. Understanding the range of automation mechanisms, how they relate to one another and how they can be combined and coordinated is a major focus for hyperautomation. Hyperautomation requires a combination of tools to help support replicating pieces of where the human is involved in a task. Through 2028, the user experience will undergo a significant shift in how users perceive the digital world and how they interact with it.
Today Gartner, Inc. announced its top ten strategic technology trends for 2020. Analysts presented their findings during Gartner IT Symposium in Orlando. Gartner defines a strategic technology trend as "one with substantial disruptive potential that is beginning to break out of an emerging state into broader impact and use, or which is rapidly growing with a high degree of volatility reaching tipping points over the next five years." David Cearley, vice president and Gartner Fellow said, "People-centric smart spaces are the structure used to organize and evaluate the primary impact of the Gartner top strategic technology trends for 2020. Putting people at the center of your technology strategy highlights one of the most important aspects of technology -- how it impacts customers, employees, business partners, society or other key constituencies. Arguably all actions of the organization can be attributed to how it impacts these individuals and groups either directly or indirectly. This is a people-centric approach."
Gartner, Inc. today highlighted the top strategic technology trends that organizations need to explore in 2020. Analysts presented their findings during Gartner IT Symposium/Xpo, which is taking place here through Thursday. Gartner defines a strategic technology trend as one with substantial disruptive potential that is beginning to break out of an emerging state into broader impact and use, or which is rapidly growing with a high degree of volatility reaching tipping points over the next five years. "People-centric smart spaces are the structure used to organize and evaluate the primary impact of the Gartner top strategic technology trends for 2020," said David Cearley, vice president and Gartner Fellow. "Putting people at the center of your technology strategy highlights one of the most important aspects of technology -- how it impacts customers, employees, business partners, society or other key constituencies. Arguably all actions of the organization can be attributed to how it impacts these individuals and groups either directly or indirectly. This is a people-centric approach."
Technologies are evolving, innovations around technology is changing, and connectivity and interactions with the world is accelerating. Since 2018 was a year driven by technology, it is only obvious that this trend will continue to rise further in 2019 as well. Right from artificial intelligence inspired devices to blockchain and machine learning, 2018 witnessed an exponential growth in technology and tech-based careers. By constantly learning to keep up with the current trends of technology, the IT workforce is keeping an eye on the future of technology to enable the growth of businesses. So, if a businessman wishes to reap the maximum benefits from evolving trends with the help of IT professionals, it is essential that entrepreneurs and business owners update themselves with the trends as well.