Best New Techs For 2023

 Best New Techs For 2023

What will 2022 bring to the world of tech? And what will tech bring to the world in 2022?

As we embark on a new year, how can what we’ve learned help us in 2022? If the past two years have proved anything, it is the importance of rapid adaptability in the face of uncertainty.

Change is the only constant. This applies to your professional life as well. Up-skilling yourself is a need nowadays, the reason is pretty simple, technology is evolving very quickly. We need to identify and invest our time in the Latest Trending Technologies which will attract a huge market in 2022.

Thus, we have compiled a list of the Top Trending Technologies in 2022.

  • Data-sharing made easy

A host of new technologies promise to simplify the mechanics of datasharing across and between organizations while preserving the veil of privacy. As part of a growing trend, organizations are unlocking more value from their own sensitive data while leveraging enormous volumes of externally sourced data that has traditionally been off limits. This can open a new arena of data-driven opportunities.

Indeed, the ability to share secured data with others within an ecosystem or value chain is giving rise to new business models and products. For example, by pooling clinical data on shared platforms in the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, researchers, medical authorities, and drug makers were able to accelerate the development of treatments and vaccines. Moreover, these same data-sharing protocols have helped drug makers, government agencies, hospitals, and pharmacies coordinate and execute expansive vaccination programs that prioritize efficiency and safety while preserving intellectual propert

Cloud goes vertical

The center of gravity around digital transformation has shifted from meeting the IT needs of an industry-agnostic organization to meeting the unique strategic and operational needs of each sector and even subsector. Hyperscalers and SaaS vendors are working with global system integrators and clients to provide modularized, vertical-specific business services and accelerators that can be easily adopted and built upon for unique differentiation.

As this trend gains momentum, deploying applications will become a process of assembly rather than creation shift that could reorder the entire value stack. Business processes will become strategic commodities to be purchased, freeing organizations to focus precious development resources on critical areas of strategy and competitive differentiation.  

Blockchain Ready For Business

Trendy cryptocurrencies and nonfungible tokens (NFTs) capture media headlines and the public imagination, but these and other blockchain and distributed ledger technologies (DLTs) are also making waves in the enterprise. In fact, blockchain and DLT platforms have crossed the disillusionment trough of the hype cycle and are well on their way to driving real productivity.

They are fundamentally changing the nature of doing business across organizational boundaries and helping companies reimagine how they make and manage identity, data, brand, provenance, professional certifications, copyrights, and other tangible and digital assets. Emerging technical advancements and regulatory standards, especially in nonpublic networks and platforms, are helping drive enterprise adoption beyond financial services organizations. As enterprises get comfortable with blockchain and DLT, creative use cases are cropping up in many industries, with established industry leaders expanding their portfolios and creating new value streams, while startups dream up exciting new business models.

 Tech Stack goes physical

With the explosion of “smart devices” and the increased automation of physical tasks, IT’s remit is growing again, extending beyond laptops and phones. CIOs must now consider how to onboard, manage, maintain, and secure such business-critical physical assets as smart factory equipment, automated cooking robots, inspection drones, health monitors, and countless others. Because outages could be business- or life-threatening, devices in the evolving physical tech stack require the highest levels of system uptime and resilience. And a fresh approach to device governance and oversight may be needed to help IT manage unfamiliar standards, regulatory bodies, and liability and ethics concerns. Finally, CIOs likely will need to consider how to procure needed technology talent and reskill the current workforce.

5G Technology

5G Technology is the next generation of cellular networks and services. It is expected to provide at least 20GBPS downlink and 10GBPS uplink, which will make the 5G network to be at least 40 times faster than current 4G LTE. This will open doors for new services, network operations and customer experience for telecom operators. Currently, the market is led by  Switzerland, closely followed by South Korea and the US. 

Tactile Virtual Reality

Innovative technologies offer more immersive experiences like AR and VR. Virtual Reality immerses the user in a simulated environment, Augmented Reality is an overlay of technology in the real world. CISCO forecasts that globally, AR-VR traffic will increase 12-fold by 2022 in all fields of entertainment.

Touch gives us a deeper understanding of the things which cannot be fully experienced by sight or hearing. That is where Tactile Virtual Reality comes into play. It combines the use of several types of technologies including sensors, advanced optics, etc. bundled into a single device that provides the capability to overlay augmented digital content into your real-time space. With the advancement of Tactile/Haptic technology, the touch barrier can now be scaled.

Artificial Intelligence 

A robust Artificial Intelligence implementation will facilitate the performance, scalability, and reliability while delivering the complete return on investments. But AI projects often face certain issues which makes them a challenge for most organizations. But there are new solutions fashioned to face these problems.

  • Artificial Intelligence Engineering offers to make AI a part of the mainstream DevOps process rather than a set of specialized and isolated projects. This solves issues with maintainability, scalability and governance.
  • Tiny AI aims to create algorithms to shrink existing deep-learning models without losing their capabilities, to pack more computational power into tighter physical spaces, and on far less energy. 
This revolutionary technology is all set to bring about another revolution and hence, is on our list of trending technologies.

Kubernetes and AI/ML get together for next-wave applications

“While we have already seen a wide variety of applications running in containers, we are beginning to see more organizations bring their mission critical, stateful applications to Kubernetes. Databases, event-driven messaging, and mission-critical applications are expected to move to Kubernetes to take advantage of the scalability, security and portability that Kubernetes brings to all applications. But amongst all the applications running on Kubernetes, one area that stands out is AI/ML."

"As Data Science becomes a critical role within nearly every company, the ability to improve and enhance many types of applications grows. From improving customer interactions to making better decisions with data, to things like modeling autonomous vehicles, AI/ML is impacting nearly every aspect of modern business. And Kubernetes brings the perfect platform capabilities to AI/ML - scalability, access to GPUs, workload portability and much more. We have already begun to see organizations do great things with AI/ML on Kubernetes, and we expect the next-generation of applications to completely change industries.”

We’ve come to the end of these Best New Techs For 2022  , did you learn something new? We certainly did!

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