Was there a day in your life where you went to a restaurant, read through the menu card and didn’t know what to order? Or a day where you sat in front of the TV and didn’t know what to watch?
On such days, would you have appreciated it if the waiter suggested something, you ordered that and ended up loving it? TV suggested a few programs, you picked one and now that is the best program you have ever watched?
What comes to your mind when you hear the words like green energy, sustainability, reuse, recycle, low carbon footprint, reduced energy consumption? I asked my friend and he thought I was talking about an eco-friendly home. Would you be surprised if I told you that these terminologies also apply to information technology in a similar context? Organizations across the globe are now progressing towards reducing TCE, Total Cost to Environment. Yes! Sustainable IT is a thing and it is very essential for a green and prosperous future for our planet.
This might sound cliche but mobile connectivity has indeed developed by leaps and bounds in the last five decades. In the 1980s, 1G delivered analog voice service. Then came the 2G in the early 1990s that introduced digital voice. 3G that came in the 2000s introduced mobile internet. 2010 onwards, 4G LTE (Long term evolution) found its applications in the era of mobile broadband.
The avenues that are open in software development seem to be limitless now. Because of the evolution of development technology and industry-standard practices, we’re able to create something that solves even problems we’ve had for centuries.
We tried looking around for what’s hot and happening in the field of IT and on what technologies do various consultants and business houses place their bets on. What fields received increased funding for this year’s research activities and much more. Read on to know further about the IT trends of this year.
In the past century, a concept that has been proven right time and again is that it is not the strongest that survives, but the one that is most adaptable to change. In order to not just survive, but to thrive in the changing times, businesses need to keep re-inventing themselves periodically. Digital transformation is the major contributing factor for businesses to thrive.