How To Ride The Wave Of 2022 Tech Trends

“The future belongs to those who prepare for it today.” – Malcolm X.

Granted, there is no way to predict what exactly the future holds, but it is possible to use our power of observation and analyze the current tendencies to pencil out the chances of our success. The Tech industry is going through an exceptional feat in protecting and advancing everything human-related.

The global pandemic hitting us all like a ton of bricks and causing major distress and problems around the world has also highlighted the existing priorities of the Tech world. Freeing employees of the mind-numbing monotonous tasks and allowing them to concentrate on the higher-value problems, something that would make their hearts beat faster.

In this article, we are going to take a look at the state-of-the-art trends in the Tech industry that will definitely help you up your business game or, at the very least, add to a better understanding of our fast-changing world.

#1 Analytics

Want your startup to be a major success? Analytics will be the backbone of any project, paving the way from gathering data and calculating risks to jumping into SaaS MVP development and kick-starting an enterprise.

To ensure that the data is used to your advantage, the solution architect role is an important constituent in resolving any business challenges and pitfalls. The scope of a company’s growth is highly dependent on analytics and reporting: it helps you understand your strengths and weaknesses, aiding you in your business quest.

Analytics is definitely the key point of strategic importance because, during this process, you get to see the full picture with all the technical requirements, product objectives, UI/UX and functionality, and best implementation strategy for your project, in particular, deadlines and of course, the MVP. Getting a detailed estimation and development costs is why investing in this step has become such a big trend.

#2 Automation

The next thing on your radar should be the trend of ever-advancing automation. As the technology landscape is changing, so is the customers’ vision of convenience and speed as regards any business process. In a world of inexhaustible ambition and exhaustible resources, businesses are bound to look for ways to do more with less. 

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Nowadays, people expect simple automation solutions that don’t call for IT’s exceptional technical skills, and you better deliver!

In 2019 The Economist analyzed a great number of organizations from the US, Canada, Singapore, Japan, Germany, the UK, France, and India and found that over 90% of respondents’ organizations were using automation technologies.

In 2022 we are in for a new wave of automation, according to Spiceworks, as the pressure to automate is increasing by the day. 

#3 Cyber AI

Cyberwarfare is the new buzzword to describe the reality we live in. The New York Times alone has hundreds of articles with research on the topic, proving how overwhelmed the security teams are: enterprise attack surfaces are expanding exponentially.

It’s becoming alarmingly more challenging to detect cyberattacks due to the increase in 5G usage, the advancement of remote work, and the mere elaborateness and volume of said attacks. 

Cyber AI is believed to come to the rescue and facilitate organizations in not just giving a speedier response to attacks but also foreseeing them and acting in advance. 

Artificial intelligence is to be amplified beyond the already established use: it will rev up data analysis, pinpoint deviations and identify threats.

#4 Simplified Data-Sharing

The development of vaccines and treatments in the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic was significantly accelerated by merging clinical data on shared platforms.

Later on, these exact data-sharing protocols have assisted government agencies, pharmacies, and drug makers, along with hospitals, in organizing and administering sizable vaccination programs with a heavy emphasis on efficacy as well as safety.

This has proven that sharing secured data within a particular ecosystem will spark off new business models and products. A multitude of brand-new technologies vows to make the mechanics of data-sharing easier while at the same time preserving intellectual property and privacy.

#5 Fintech

Despite the obstacle that COVID-19 has brought upon the Fintech industry, the new reality has morphed into an incentive to develop the financial sector further. Those companies keen on staying in the market and making their customers happy by providing relevant digital serchoice but to upgrade their businesses, preferably by investing first in financial software development.

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According to Research and Markets, the global FinTech market will grow to $31.5 billion by 2026, which is not at all surprising considering the latest trends. Modern technologies have enabled banks and financial institutions to benefit from financial software development, BNPL, and mobile as well as cross-border payment.

For a business, jumping on the latest Fintech trends will expand opportunities, improve the quality and availability of services, maintain a spotless reputation of the brand and, naturally, attract customers. The financial market is quite volatile, so the Fintech industry is here to save you money, protect your customers’ privacy and significantly reduce technical errors.

To Sum Up

The future is uncertain yet so exciting, especially in the Tech world. 2022 has accumulated so many valuable insights that it would be a great shame not to analyze them and implement our findings to improve the technologies we use daily.

The fierce battle for hunting talents that are able to focus on the more fascinating, human-centered problems in Tech is continuing, and we should all participate in it and thus ensuring topnotch digital and physical experiences for users and clients of all industries.

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Jonathon Spire

Jonathon Spire

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My diverse background started with my computer science degree, and later progressed to building laptops and accessories. And now, for the last 7 years, I have been a social media marketing specialist and business growth consultant.

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Jonathon Spire

I blog about a range of tech topics.

For the last 7 years I have been a social media marketing specialist and business growth consultant, so I write about those the most.

Full transparency: I do review a lot of services and I try to do it as objectively as possible; I give honest feedback and only promote services I believe truly work (for which I may or may not receive a commission) – if you are a service owner and you think I have made a mistake then please let me know in the comments section.

– Jon