The first step in overcoming a challenge is to identify it. At this beginning of the year, it is imperative to be informed of the global trends in Information Technology to define the strategies that organizations need to execute in order to reach their highest level of productivity and competitiveness, as well as anticipate unexpected situations that affect the operation of the business.
The Information Technology industry innovates by nature, and in turn, drives innovation and productivity in all the industries and economic sectors in which it is present.
We know that the periods of technological innovation are increasingly close so that today we are more connected than ever with all kinds of technology, services, and products; impacting the way we interact, even within Organizations and from them to the outside.
It is estimated that during this year the technological investment in Latin America will approach the 275 billion dollars (between hardware, software, and services), and in the next three years will grow more than five times.
What technological trends should we have on radar and how can it affect its application (or not) in the business and business environment? These are some concepts that are already part of the agile and rapid current transformation:
Cloud. Solutions and services in the cloud have been adopted by companies of all sectors and sizes; allowing agility, safety and cost reduction. Cloud platforms (private and public) will be increasingly present in a greater number of implementations and will be the basis of the technological infrastructure.
Mobile. Mobility maintains an accelerated growth and its positioning in people and devices is evident. To benefit an organization requires that the ecosystem of industry, corporate policies and processes are defined around the needs of workers, partners, customers, and suppliers.
Information Security. Exposure of sensitive data and information had never been as risky as it is today. Implementing preventive actions that have scope over devices, people, infrastructure, and assets should be paramount; they must also have strategies for recovering loss or affecting information.
IoT. There are more and more connectable objects, including business assets and devices used by people within them. The potential and reach in the medium term is immense and no doubt decisions should be made regarding its application in organizations, considering the possible vulnerability of information and the benefits that can contribute to the business.
- IA. Artificial Intelligence continues to evolve in parallel with the Cloud and the Internet of Things, which opens the opportunity to explore what machines and people can do together, seeking competitive advantages through the collection and interpretation of data.
ERP. Companies have been integrating solutions in the cloud (Software as a Service) to their Business Planning Systems with which they meet specific needs, to which the ERP suppliers respond by acquiring or developing their own applications to incorporate into their core system.
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