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Four Technology Trends for 2022—Putting People Back in the Picture
IT organizations everywhere have been tasked with leading the digital transformation. But that transformation seems pretty bleak—artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, robotic process automation, and blockchain. Where are the people in your digital transformation? When you look back on what you accomplished in 2022, will you be able to say you made things better for your customers? How about your users?
Virtual and Augmented Reality Show Great Promise Despite Slow Mainstream Adoption
Virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) are emerging technologies that will change the nature of work in many industries. By allowing workers to map out solutions before implementing them in the real world, they minimize human errors and increase worker efficiency. They also support a hybrid work environment, as more use cases emerge for training and collaboration. This Research Byte summarizes our full report, Virtual and Augmented Reality Adoption Trends and Customer Experience.
Quantum Computing Coming Sooner Than You Think
The slow pace of quantum development has inspired enterprises to take a “wait and watch” strategy for quantum applications. Increasing the number of qubits while reducing the noise or error correction is the most critical challenge in quantum computing. However, the next five years will be crucial in the development of quantum computers. So now is time to build partnerships and identify pilot programs for when quantum computing becomes affordable and accessible to your size and type of organization.