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Top Strategic Technology Trends That Every Business Must Adopt In 2021

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The huge disruptions caused by the COVID-19 crisis have forced several companies to adopt innovative technologies in order to stay relevant. Companies are poised to have an outsized impact on the world around them—and financial success will only be one measure of leadership. The latest technological trends have given companies a unique moment to rebuild the world better than it was before the pandemic.

These trends are not only significant during the COVID era but are a promising game-changer for the future. Most organizations are not adequately factoring these trends into their strategic planning today. Nevertheless, each has critical transformative potential and if implemented can digitally transform the company like never before.

Internet of Behavior {IoB): The IoB consists of multiple approaches to capture, analyze, understand and monetize, all kinds of physical and digital representations of behavior. Analyzing these collected data can be used to then incent behavior. For example, IoB can be used to monitor Health Protocol Compliance at an industrial site and capture behavioral events. The businesses can leverage the help of enterprise application development services to build smart applications of RFID tags for employees, which can help determine if the person is washing their hands or using sanitizers frequently.
Computer vision can be implemented to understand whether the employees are complying with mask protocols and employees can be warned with speakers to abide by protocols.

Total-experience: Total-experience links multi-experience, customer experience, employee experience and user experience, creating a more unified approach. This trend solves complex business challenges by transforming the Human Experience.
For example, in response to covid-19, a prominent retail enterprise developed an online appointment application and integrated it with the companies act. When customers are within 75 feet of the store, they receive a notification that guides them through the checking process. Employees then are able to use their tablets, co-browse with the customer, and guide them without physically touching the customer's device.

Distributed cloud: The distributed cloud is the distribution of public cloud services to different physical locations while the operational governance and evolution of these services remain the responsibility of the public cloud provider. This facilitates the organizations to maintain cloud computing resources, nearer to their physical location where data resides and business activities happen. But these services are still maintained and updated by the public cloud provider. The use of distributed cloud is to ensure the data remains in the geographical location, in which it is mandated to reside.

AI Engineering: Nowadays, AI projects face issues with maintainability, scalability and governance. AI engineering will give organizations a pathway to deal with these issues by making AI a part of the mainstream DevOps process rather than a set of specialized, isolated projects. It brings together various disciplines to tame the AI hype while providing a clear path to value when operationalizing the combination of multiple AI techniques.

COVID-19 itself demanded that businesses develop deep insight into how employees and things were moving, without sacrificing privacy or efficiency—a capability existing systems were not ready to meet. Across many areas, multiparty systems quickly shifted from ambitious undertakings to desperately needed solutions. As enterprises significantly evolve beyond COVID-19 setbacks, they must not make the same mistakes of the past. They face an enormous imperative to forge a resilient, adaptable and trustworthy foundation for their existing and future partnerships. Therefore, this is every enterprise’s opportunity to leverage the current technological trends and make them a core part of their digital transformation effort.
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