PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) US, the United States office of the world’s largest professional services firm in accountancy, has released its latest report on the top 10 technology trends for business, which shows the most relevant trends in technology that are likely to change business models, remold strategies, and reshape investments this year.
Chris Curran, principal and chief technologist for Advisory at PwC US, said that the firm’s report about top tech trends highlights the rise of several complex technologies, which chief information officers and other company chief officers must adopt and integrate into their business, starting from strategic plans to implementation.
Collaborative programs within organizations will be pivotal for a successful business this year, as every technology will likely have an important role in their business plan, Curran added.
Based on PwC’s study, the top 10 technology trends for business will mostly focus on cloud computing, data processing, and social networking.
1. Pervasive Computing
A paradigm also called as “ubiquitous computing,” “ambient intelligence,” or “everyware” – each term with slightly different aspects – that involves machines with the ability to fit the human environment, interacting with supported objects around us.
2. Cyber Security