A study prepared by AMIC, the Association of Electronics Companies, and MADISON Market Research, identifies those technological trends that, due to their implementation and development, will constitute a benchmark for suppliers and users of the IT Sector.
The analysis carried out presents as a general objective the identification of the main trends in the field of the Information Technology sector, in order to obtain useful and effective information for decision-making by professionals in the sector.
As specific objectives, the study analyzes forecasts, business opportunities, new markets, as well as possible challenges, accelerators, and brakes on their growth.
The 5 IT trends that in the coming years will mark the development of the sector due to its acceptance and widespread implementation are Cloud computing, Big data, the Internet of things, Artificial intelligence, and Cybersecurity.
The new Internet business concept is also known as ‘cloud computing’.
Cloud computing consists of the possibility of offering services over the Internet. It is a new technology that stores all our files and information on the Internet.
We can define cloud computing as a technological conception and a business model in which storage services, access, and use of computing resources essentially based on the network are provided.
This service has advantages such as greater security, lower expenses, greater storage capacity or faster work among others.
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We call Big Data the management and analysis of large volumes of data that cannot be treated conventionally. It is a definition used in technology to refer to the immense amounts of information that cannot be stored or viewed with common tools. The dimensions of this data force companies to look for technological solutions to manage them. The correct handling of Big Data can represent new improvements in the business and decision-making.
According to experts from the represented study, Big Data allows the creation of services based on data management, cost, and time reduction, its use represents a significant increase in productivity and provides differential value by positioning those companies that dominate its use, for those that do not use it.
In short, it offers the possibility of commercially exploiting a large amount of data to create new services and business advantages.
Internet Of Things (IoT):
Internet of things is a term that refers to the digital interconnection of everyday objects with the Internet. IoT in its broad concept is to connect anything to the Internet.
With this concept, we refer to the ability of everyday objects to connect to the Internet. The interconnection of all of them with each other and to the same network is a key factor in favoring comfort in the daily routine. All these types of objects will collect valuable information to adapt in real-time to each specific need.
Also, it is influencing the way companies to do business. The need to optimize processes, improve communication, differentiate from the competition, or even propose different business models.
According to specialists, “the IoT is going to have a great impact both at home and in industry.”
Within the computing field, we define this concept as the reasoning capacity used by a technological agent that lacks life, addressing machines or robots. Apart from cognitive capacity, they are even capable of developing activities and behaviors typical of humans. With technical terms, Technology defines this concept as algorithms that are presented through computer programs that together constitute specific hardware, intending to imitate the way the human brain works.
According to this analysis, this Artificial Intelligence will have a significant positive impact on organizations and employees, acting as one of the key factors for companies to achieve digital transformation.
Computer Security seeks to protect digital information, this concept encompasses everything related to security through the Internet.
The Organic Law on Data Protection (LOPD) obliges people and companies that work with personal data to carry out a series of activities that guarantee the security of this processed information.