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A huge amount of information available within our reach and technology are accelerating much faster, merging the boundaries between physical and digital domains. In business, this digitization demands a more efficient way of operating applications and processes to meet market needs. Predicting the future is not easy, but when technology like the Internet of Things is involved, it’s possible to assess where things are likely headed. Here are five predictions about what could happen in 2020.
Thanks to cloud services, business agility and innovations have been sped up, but if not carefully managed, the costs can spiral out of control. In 2020, we’ll witness a greater emphasis on financial governance in the cloud as businesses seek to acknowledge their cloud ROI and usage. This indicates there will be a focus on tools for calculating the costs of cloud storage and compute.
Although technologies that enable remote still isn’t as efficient as in-person interaction, they are predicted to change fast in 2020: today’s remote workers and distributed workforces will be catered by rapid innovation in technology solutions. To enable effective and efficient digital remote work, companies are expected to utilize tech solutions that provide knowledge sharing, collaboration, and productivity.
As the shift to remote workforce accelerates, enterprises will continue to adjust their approach to security. Strong security begins with proper preparations, which means having the right tools in place that allow them to get visibility into devices, regardless of location and the ability to take actions on those devices. Ensuring the right privilege and credential management is in place will continue to be critical, thus the use of a context-based AI endpoint security solution will be fundamental in predicting, detecting, preventing, and responding to malicious activity.
Currently, there’s a bottleneck between business intelligence (BI) analysts and every other department in an enterprise, meaning they need access to data to do their jobs well. From budgeting and forecasting to a sales deck relies on updated and accurate data, but unfortunately, the data itself has become isolated with the explosion of SaaS. In order to reduce the burden on analysts, companies enable them and other professionals to access information in the way that they need it presented.
In 2020, organizations will start to fully exploit the potential of edge computing. They will use processing on devices to provide faster services for end users, avoid the risk of network failure, and make their services more-cost effective when operational costs such as energy use are shared with the end device. Also, there will be more and more use cases where the edge essentially works with itself: devices communicating with one another to run applications without the “cloud” and leaving central servers out of the equation, resulting in “edgeless” computing.
New tech trends or innovations in 2020 could take us all by surprise and transform markets, the economy, even how a business runs. With Telkomsel IoT, you can get connected powerful IoT solutions and boost your productivity in order to get integrated with today’s technology and face business challenges. Find out more at https://telkomseliot.com/ and decide how far you’ll take your business to the next level in 2020.
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