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As 2022 advances there is an accelerated rate of digitisation and virtualisation of business and society and emerging technologies that will influence the way products are built and consumed.
FREMONT, CA: Over the last two years, the business and consumer environments have changed significantly, particularly in terms of how consumers interact with enterprises and how firms manage operations and create value in today's remote environment. Businesses are prioritising streamlined operations, obtaining a faster time to market, and creating a smooth digital experience for customers, which has accelerated the adoption of digital technologies.
While technology achievements in 2021 were mostly targeted at serving communities and giving businesses a leg up in the face of the Covid epidemic, 2022 is projected to be the year of invention and re-innovation. According to Gartner, global IT investment is expected to reach $4.5 trillion in 2022, representing a 5.5 percent raise over 2021 and the largest year-over-year growth in the last decade. An accelerated rate of digitisation and virtualisation of business and society appears inevitable by 2022, and as this trend gains traction, however, industry experts are anticipating some of the trends that may influence the way products are built and consumed, as well as define tomorrow's future-ready organisations.
Delivering digital services has become a difficult task since the start of the COVID-19 epidemic and the virtual shift of labour, and cloud usage has escalated. In a hybrid work model, a unified experience commands an infrastructure that can handle data, apps, and workloads across networked computing environments. Businesses are anticipated to take advantage of this potential thanks to the hybrid cloud. A hybrid cloud approach allows organisations to combine numerous capabilities while reducing complexities such as legacy system modernisation, limited IT management assistance, capital expenditure implications, and so on.
The cloud would become more established in the coming year as more computing workloads run on it, as hybrid and remote working become both a requirement and a desire. Cloud solutions, particularly those from Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud, have seen rapid adoption and are driving innovation in the cloud, virtualization, and infrastructure maintenance arena. Cloud and data centre infrastructure would also see innovation and development.