The Global IT Services company e-Zest has released its predictions for the upcoming technology year. According to e-Zest, they believe that this year will see an overall growth in IT spending, with the largest contributions from enterprise software and device sales. The study was conducted by e-Zest’s business research team.
The research team predicts that 2014 will be a positive one, as governments and businesses shift to use technology for customer service and innovation. Some of the key technologies that further develop include cloud computing, mobility and big data. These technologies will help break down boundaries between the physical and virtual business world.
e-Zest also predicts that cloud computing will also become more accessible and mainstream, as further solutions are released from cloud service providers. There will also be a push for application interoperability so that clients can access these applications over vendor-neutral cloud applications.
Additionally, paper-based processes will be replaced by tablets and smart devices, according to the company. Organizations are also going to be consuming more big data analytics to help understand their customers and trends.
Other technologies that will also develop more are wearable computing, foldable screens and 3D printing. e-Zest further predicts that new hardware, operating systems, software and applications will change how we interact with computing devices.
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