3 Key Technology Trends for 2020


With the constant evolvement of technology paving the way for innovative products, it’s clear that things will continue to progress in the next couple of years. This will affect the way we go about our daily lives and drive change within the professional environment.

According to Inc, “Prior to April 2010 no one predicted tablets would be part of the normal work environment. Today mobile devices are the most rapidly growing sector of ecommerce”. It’s important to analyze what trends will follow in the upcoming years and adequately prepare for it to stay ahead of the game.

1. User Accessibility

User-friendly dashboards and applications are crucial in this highly competitive technological environment. Speed and easy access will continue to evolve in hardware, keeping the user’s needs in mind.

2. Security and BYOD will Work Together

As Millennials continue to join the workforce, mobile phones and tablets will be used both at home and at work, and employees will expect a flexible work environment. The secure storage of data on the cloud is more important than ever, as well as the synchronization of information throughout all devices with one simple interface.

3. Attacks on Data

The improvement of network and data security is crucial, especially as Ecommerce continues to grow. The more corporate information is stored online, the more is it vulnerable. Constant monitoring and upgrading the company’s system is key in order to prevent cyber attacks.

Although the future isn’t certain, it’s not a bad idea to have a game plan in order to avoid problems in the upcoming years. As we have seen in the last decade, technology moves at a very quick pace, it’s up to businesses to take the lead and be proactive rather than reactive.

Looking to hop on the cloud bandwagon and keep your company’s data safe?
Contact our SecureShare Team for more details. 

Sources: https://secureshare.cloud/http://www.inc.com/

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