Top 10 Tech Trends for 2018

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Another year is rapidly ticking by. Now 2018 is upon us and the age of digital shows no signs of slowing. Technology is driving a generation of change across every industry, profession, and personal point of persuasion.

Now, after extensive research, and several months of gauging the technology market, we are publishing our 10 Top Tech Trends that will shape 2018.

The following list takes into account four game-changing factors that are shaping technology and its ability to facilitate rapid digital transformation across the world. They are:

  1. IT boundaries are fading fast as the majority of markets, and all aspects of business culture, become uber-reliant on technology.
  2. Small, agile, collaborative teams are becoming the norm, removing the limitations of departmental silos working in isolation.
  3. Advances in computing power and data recognition are creating new strategic opportunities for every business, leveling the playing field.
  4. Machine learning, augmented reality and human intelligence = better decisions, employee engagement, customer attention.

These factors will see the following trends drive business and culture in 2018. To see the infographic, scroll to below the video.

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