5 Biggest Technology Trends you Should Watch in 2023
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2022 was an exciting year for several reasons; first, the companies tried to recover from the last year’s destruction due to the pandemic. The best thing was startups adjusted, and they bounced back stronger, thanks to technological innovations.
We know how technology plays a crucial role in daily life, and overall it makes our life easy and convenient. Every year a few new technologies are launched and introduced to the world. In our last blog on Technology Trends, we talked about Artificial Intelligence, Chatbots, and many other emerging technologies.
If you’re eager to learn about technology, thanks to you coming on the right blog, today, we will talk about the biggest technologies trends that will probably knock in 2023. Of course, behind every invention, a lot of hard work is associated with hit-and-miss during the process. Nevertheless, a few noticeable technologies can bring a revolution and improve our lives.
Let’s have a look at the technology trends you should watch in 2023.
Augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) technologies already keep continuing to shock the world with their potential. However, the Metaverse brings the experience of VR to a whole new level, the virtual world would look real and you would love to experience the VR world. Many Tech entrepreneurs describe Metaverse as an artificial space where the physical world meets/connects the virtual world. It’s a wide place where people need not use their keyboards but instead can use their hands or their avatars to navigate through the virtual space for shopping, playing games, meetings, attending classes, etc. With the continuous advancement in the areas of VR and AR by big players such as China and Korea, not only this many tech giants heavily investing in this technology but finally, we could see the first glimpse in the coming year.
2. Cybersecurity Mesh
Many experts analyzed Cybersecurity Mesh as a significant trend in 2023. Cybersecurity mesh is a cyber defense strategy/planning that independently and secretly secures each device with its perimeters — such as firewalls and network protection tools.
In short, it would be a mesh of security systems that work together to protect your digital assets. In the words of BearingPoint ( multinational management and technology consulting firm), “The cybersecurity mesh is a distributed architectural approach for scalable, flexible, and reliable cyber control.”
It uses a distributed framework as opposed to defining a perimeter according to a network’s reach. It seems to present a solution for the limitations of traditional security measures when faced with a large-scale remote workforce. Hence, expect a more scalable form of cybersecurity in the coming years.
Hyperautomation is an important future-proof tool for organizations. It involves AI-enabled robotic processes but goes way beyond RPA to include other digital technologies like IoT to improve business operations and enhance customer satisfaction. Leveraging intelligent automation with the latest artificial intelligence technologies raises the standard by connecting more people, and products to deliver hyper-automation. This technology targets analyzing, determining, and automating as many processes as necessary to attain business resilience and increase business growth.
It is a promising technology in manufacturing and supply chain, providing the ideal solution to challenges and inefficiencies facing the global supply chain. Consequently, the future of work with hyper-automation is completing tasks with robots instead, of the re-imaging of work as completed by technology-enabled employees.
4. Cryptocurrency And Bitcoins
When we are talking about technologies, we can’t miss Crypto. We all know how this digital currency is revolutionizing the world industry. Sectors like healthcare, banking, and others could get benefit from a digital ledger that stores and can track information in multiple places by eliminating forgery.
Cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin leverage blockchain to facilitate the buying and selling of products or services online. Many experts and governments consider crypto to be a major disruptive force in the future of finance. However, things are not easy for crypto because they are yet to be recognized in many countries.
However, investors and financial experts agree that it will prove pivotal for the evolution of BTC and other cryptocurrencies in the coming future.
5. Sustainability in Technology
We are sure everyone uses gadgets, and they had become a part of our life. 2023 may see a greater shift towards repairing the gadgets and resuing gadgets rather than purchasing a new one. Also, newer devices will be made with better materials that create less impact on the environment which also leads to an increase in the life of the product.
The companies will encourage you to recycle your products, minimize electronic waste, etc. Overall we can say that future products will be more sustainable, will carry long life, and ability to tell the problem in your device via an app. Other than this, software updates and security patches will encourage you to keep your devices for a long time.
As per the current pace of change and innovation, keeping a note of the latest and trendy technology trends is required and necessary. Large-scale or small-scale companies should consider these emerging changes in technology to stay ahead of the competition.
Businesses, both large and small, must hold these emerging changes in the world’s technological landscape. Then leveraging the relevant tools and platforms at your disposal, you should innovate if you want to overcome the ever-evolving challenges facing consumers, industries, and businesses alike.
With the technology mentioned above, technology trends 2023, you can watch and observe how they bring revolution and improve our lives.
Also Read: Could Cryptocurrency Replace the US Dollar?
Suprotik Sinha is the Content Writer with Synkrama Technologies. He writes about technologies and startups in the global enterprise space. An animal lover, Suprotik, is a postgraduate from Symbiosis Institute of Mass Communication (SIMC) Pune. He carries 6+ years of experience in Content Writing, and he also worked in mainstream broadcast media, where he worked as a Journalist with Ibn7 ( now known as News18 India) and Zee Media in Mumbai.