Top 10 Tech Trends of the moment
Good morning dear readers of Tecnogalaxy, today we will talk about the 10 tech trends of the moment.
5G technology is the next generation of cellular networks and services. It is expected to provide at least 20 GBPS of download and 10 GBPS of upload, which will make the 5G network at least 40 times faster than the current 4G LTE. This will open the door to new services, network operations and customer experience for telecom operators. Currently, the market is led by Switzerland, followed closely by South Korea, the United States, and of course China.
Internet of Behaviors (IoB)
The collection and use of data to drive behavior is called the Internet of Behaviors (IoB). An example is industrial sites that used computer vision to determine if employees were following facemask protocol and then collected this behavioral data to be analyzed by organizations to influence people to follow government protocols at work.
IoB can collect, combine, and process data from many sources, including:
- Citizen data processed by the public sector
- Business customer data
- Government Agencies
- Social media
- Public Domain
- Location Tracking.
The increasing sophistication of the technology that processes this data has allowed this trend to grow.
DevSecOps is short for development, security, and operations. Its goal is to implement security at the same scale and speed as development and operations, not just for the sake of it. With the wider adoption of microservices, DevSecOps seems to be finding its way deeper into our DevOps market.
That’s not all. An operations model everywhere will be vital for enterprises to successfully emerge from this current economy. Basically, this operating model allows a business to be accessed, provisioned and enabled anywhere. This format is now exploring various other aspects of technology such as GitOps, DataOps and NoOps.
Intelligent process automation
Robotic Process Automation is basically the idea that “Everything that can be automated, should be automated” . This year we discovered something even more fascinating: intelligent process automation . IPA, in a nutshell, allows bots to benefit from the capabilities of Artificial Intelligence, Big Data, Machine Learning, which means they can learn and improve over time. This helps these intelligent bots evolve from the “If-then-then” rule . As the adoption of automation is expected to grow, it is estimated that investment in IPA will reach $232 billion by 2025.
Haptic Virtual Reality
Innovative technologies offer more immersive experiences such as AR and VR. Virtual reality immerses the user in a simulated environment, augmented reality is an overlay of technology in the real world. CISCO predicts that globally, AR-VR traffic will increase 12-fold by 2022 across all entertainment fields.
Touch gives us a deeper understanding of things that can’t be fully experienced by sight or hearing. That’s where haptic virtual reality comes in. It combines the use of different types of technologies including sensors, advanced optics, etc. Into a single device that provides the ability to overlay augmented digital content in your space in real time. With the advancement of haptic / haptic technology, the haptic barrier can now be scaled.
Big Data Analytics
Big Data Analytics has been in the market for a while now. More and more companies are adopting it to go beyond traditional data storage and processing methods.
New trends like X-Analytics are being used to find solutions to challenges including climate change, disease prevention and wildlife protection.
Big Data also gives us exciting trends such as Decision Intelligence, which provides a framework to help data engineers design, model, execute and monitor models and decision-making processes in the context of business outcomes and behavior. In fact, by 2023, over 33% of large organizations will have analysts practicing decision intelligence.
Humans have continuously experimented with technology to improve life as they know it. This curiosity has now entered another territory: Human Augmentation which basically means taking the help of technologies like Artificial Intelligence and Internet of Things, not only to improve our daily lives but also to take human intelligence to the next level.
Currently, studies have tried to help people with disabilities with bionics and prosthetic augmentation and disease treatment by experimenting with genes. But the promise is to end existing physical disabilities or prevent injuries altogether.
It can also provide opportunities for other creative functions. For example, companies like Neuralink aim to build an incredibly powerful brain-machine interface with the power to process magnanimous amounts of data.
Everything as a Service (XaaS)
Everything-as-a-Service (XaaS) is a cloud computing term for the wide variety of services and applications that emerge to allow users to access them on-demand over the Internet instead of through local means. It gives you the flexibility to customize your computing environments to create the experiences you want, all on demand. XaaS has expanded to incorporate many services such as:
- Function as a service
- Infrastructure as a Service
- Security as a service
As these applications become even more portable, processing cycles are easier to achieve in real time, data integration platforms simplify connectivity, and vendors form cross-platform alliances, that multi-cloud trend may start to look more like an Omni-cloud in the near future.
With so many organizations undergoing massive digital transformations, awareness of the continued looming presence of cyber attacks continues to grow, not only for large organizations but for small businesses as well. Now, cybersecurity isn’t new, but its trends certainly are!
- Virtual Dispersive Network (VDN)
is a unique approach to cybersecurity in which a signal is transmitted in short bursts or quantum packets, which cannot be read surreptitiously without disrupting the content. Essentially, no one can intercept the data being sent to you without introducing noise into it.
- Blockchain Cybersecurity
It’s a more modular and responsive approach to security by centralizing orchestration and deploying the application.
Companies are beginning to realize that having an effective cybersecurity strategy is not just a luxury, but an absolute necessity.
A robust implementation of Artificial Intelligence will facilitate performance, scalability and reliability while providing full return on investment. But AI projects often face certain problems that make them a challenge for most organizations. But there are new solutions designed to address these issues.
- Artificial Intelligence Engineering offers to make AI a part of the traditional DevOps process rather than a set of specialized, isolated projects. This solves the problems of maintainability, scalability, and governance.
- Tiny AI aims to create algorithms to shrink existing deep learning models without losing their capabilities, to put more computing power into smaller physical spaces and with much less energy.
This revolutionary technology is poised to lead to another revolution and, therefore, is on our list of trending technologies.
That’s all, see you in a future article.
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