Five Transformational Technology Trends for 2020
According to DXC Technology (NYSE:DXC) there are five transformational technology trends poised to transform the future of work beginning in 2020.
In its annual forecast DXC has said that the rapid adoption of emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) – coupled with trusted data ecosystems, empowered interconnected teams and tech-evangelist leaders – promises to produce new levels of workforce efficiency, productivity and growth across enterprises.
“The notion of accelerated productivity will force enterprises to rethink their technology decisions and investments across the enterprise technology stack, which, in turn, will drive a sea change in how enterprises are led and structured, make informed decisions and engage employees and customers,” said Dan Hushon, senior vice president and chief technology officer, DXC.
“Tech-evangelist leaders will define new interactions between AI and people to create high-performing teams and shape digital strategies that unlock an organisation’s full potential – securely and confidently modernising applications, optimising data architectures and moving workloads to the cloud to produce new and better business outcomes.”
Hushon identified five technology-driven trends for the future of work in 2020 and beyond.
- AI redefines professional services
- Design thinking shifts from IT services for people to IT services for machines
- Data’s value increases in ecosystems
- Teams, not superstars, are the high performers
- New wave of tech-savvy leaders accelerates business transformation
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