Technology has remarkably changed the way we live today, there is no denial to it. Compared with our ancestors, we stand far away from them in using different technologies for our day-to-day works. Changes in technology—and corresponding changes in the work, workforce, and workplace—may have significant financial implications that should be understood early in the process. In addition to its security applications, companies like Amazon and Google have begun to apply the technology to regular consumers in order to simplify shopping and searching experiences on the platforms.
The future of work in technology likely requires traditional IT governance and performance metrics to evolve to focus on realizing and measuring value. From the last couple of years, Big Data has been the great topic and have created a large buzz in the global market.
I wanted to choose things that not only will create headlines in 2019 but captured this moment in technological history—which got me thinking about how innovation has evolved over time. As the overarching technology trends, which have the potential of reshaping the business models and offering enterprises the definite route to emerging markets and ecosystems.
Many other technologies, such as the use of big data via telematics, mode-shifts, and freight matching will also have a big impact on freight efficiency as connectivity will allow better deployment of assets. The amount of information that could be gained by one human in a lifetime was severely limited by his access to printed materials and wealth.
Technology work has often been traditionally performed by a centralized IT function and thrown over the wall” to the business to confirm whether promised results were achieved. The Future Today Institute’s 12th annual Tech Trends report identifies 315 emerging trends across 26 industries that will begin to enter the mainstream and fundamentally disrupt business, geopolitics and everyday life around the world.