Top Technological Trends for Enterprises in 2016

2016 has already begun and we’re now heading towards the mid of 2016. Along with the passage of time, technology has evolved and transformed itself in a completely new face and 2016 has also brought various new trends along. As a part of this technological era, it is a must for you to keep updated with what is in trend currently.

Let’s go through some of the top trends with the potential for having a significant impact on the organization.

Technological Trends Murphy – A software was introduced to the market recently, which allows you to track the current sales status of your organization. The software can also be used to follow and contact those clients who took a step back and provide them attractive incentives to return.

3D printing– Incorporating this trend in businesses will greatly benefit the organizations. Industries like life science, electronics, food, manufacturing, and pharmaceuticals will be able to create high-value innovations using advanced, multiple materials.

The Device Mesh – The device mesh is known as the practice of using an expanding set of endpoints to access applications and information or interact with social communities, people, governments and companies. The device mesh includes mobile devices, wearable, consumer and home electronic devices, automotive devices and environmental devices.

Advanced machine learning – New types of models will be used to infuse increased intelligence into the systems. This is advancement in analytics, functioning as the “brain” of autonomous, smart machines is able to learn, act, and adapt behavior.

IoT architecture and platform – Organizations will be required to build an IoT based platform for all the components to be linked together such as planning, analytics, data, an integration layer, gateways, aggregated device management and the user interface.

Adaptive security architecture – Security has always been a major consideration for organizations. Adopting security architecture beyond just blocking the company’s virtual perimeter to building risk mitigation into the system. All this uses advanced behavioral and entity analytics responsible for predicting, preventing, investigating, containing, and remediating incidents.

Mesh App and Service Architecture isemerges as a unified model to develop micro-services that are linked together into applications and are delivered across devices in the digital mesh. “There’s a significant learning curve and discipline required for this”. “It’s not for everyone today but is one of the hottest topics.”

Long live technology!