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Top IT Trends Enterprises Need to Look Out for in 2023

By Prangya Pandab - December 02, 2022 4 Mins Read

In today’s rapidly changing technology landscape, disruption is the only constant. As a result, businesses must be ready for both challenges they are facing right now and those that are yet to come.

Businesses can maintain resilience in the face of change, stay ahead of trends, and leverage new technologies before the competition if they have strategic awareness of IT trends and how they relate to business outcomes.

Here are the top trends that will have an impact on IT strategy across every industry in 2023:

AI-Ready Organizations

The past decade has seen a rapid advancement in Machine Learning (ML), Artificial Intelligence (AI), and neural networks thanks to significant breakthroughs. Businesses are investing more than ever before in AI today.

Applications that enable improved on-the-fly decision-making based on superior customer experiences, flexibility in cloud deployments, and more will be available to AI-ready enterprises in 2023.

In the end, AI preparedness will be a key differentiator for gaining a competitive advantage.

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Wireless Standards with High Bandwidth

Businesses will use more wireless technologies in the years to come, including 5G. It is not just a faster way to connect to the Internet from a mobile device; it is also more reliable for delivering content to consumers, collaborating with remote employees, and operating remote devices.

When it comes to the Internet of Things (IoT) devices, the usefulness of 5G is very clear. In 2023, there will be billions more active IoT devices than there are today. Organizations relying on IoT to collect essential data will require 5G’s increased bandwidth and lower latency, which allow it to accommodate more devices.

The Cybersecurity Culture

In 2023, more companies will start to recognize the critical role that cybersecurity plays in protecting their revenue over the long and short terms. Cyber training for all employees will become a cornerstone in the culture of many businesses. Multi-Factor Authentication will also see an increase in adoption within the industry.

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Migrating to the Cloud

More businesses will move their IT infrastructure, apps, and data to the cloud in 2023 because of the lower costs, faster deployment, and better security of the cloud compared to alternatives.

There are a few good reasons to use “managed hosting” services in the modern landscape: while this method of IT delivery made sense in the past, the advent of cloud computing has made it obsolete. Cloud provides all the advantages of managed hosting with few drawbacks, such as high monthly costs, hidden costs, a lack of flexibility, and binding service agreements.

Outsourced IT Expertise

Increasing IT, challenges necessitate a highly-skilled IT team. Unfortunately, it has become extremely challenging to find IT talent, with most IT leaders struggling to fill open positions in 2022.

Organizations will eventually find themselves looking for outsourced experts to support their internal IT teams. For their technical know-how and business knowledge, many will turn to virtual Chief Information Officers (vCIOs) and Managed Service Providers (MSPs).

Optimizing Performance 

Businesses will experience economic difficulties in 2023, so they’ll be looking for every means possible to cut expenses and improve performance. In order to make sure the solutions they are utilizing truly deliver the required business value over the short and long term, they will continuously analyze KPIs and other metrics; In case they do not, they will utilize those metrics to fine-tune and improve their position.

Businesses must strengthen their IT in 2023 by strategically utilizing technology trends to increase revenue and accomplish long-term goals. They can turn to a reputable MSP or business consultant for assistance if they do not already have the talent in-house to capitalize on the risks and trends they will be facing in 2023.

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Prangya Pandab

Prangya Pandab is an Associate Editor with OnDot Media. She is a seasoned journalist with almost seven years of experience in the business news sector. Before joining ODM, she was a journalist with CNBC-TV18 for four years. She also had a brief stint with an infrastructure finance company working for their communications and branding vertical.

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