“Individual technologies are becoming ever more interconnected and interdependent, increasing their impact and value as a result; smartphones, computers, TVs, enterprise data centers and software, and IoT will drive most of the TMT industry’s revenue; and lastly many previously hyped services and products will finally become a reality in 2020.”
By 2025, more than 90% of enterprises will have an automation architect, up from less than 20% today. This leader will guide investments through the lens of the automation strategy, ensuring that automation is scalable to digital business needs, addressing use cases that align with business strategy.
Visionary companies are exploring use cases and aligning with the emerging quantum computing ecosystem to become “quantum ready.” Here’s what you need to know to get started and explore the possibilities.
“Based on ‘winner-take-most’ network economies, the innovation sector has generated significant technology gains and wealth but has also helped spawn a growing gap between the nation’s dynamic ‘superstar’ metropolitan areas and most everywhere else.”
“Demand for skills in areas such as AI, robotics, and automation is exploding, with mentions in online job postings growing more than 40% per year. Digital experts ranked learning and training second in importance among dozens of job factors.”
The global wireless connected devices market is projected to reach a volume of 5 billion units by 2027, and is projected to expand at a CAGR of ~8% from 2019 to 2027. Growth of the market can be attributed to increasing innovations and technological advancements.
In the past 30 years, $1 put towards digital technology investment increased GDP by $20, whereas $1 put towards non-digital investment increased GDP by only $3. By 2025, nearly a quarter (24.3%) of global GDP will come from digital technologies such as artificial intelligence and cloud computing.