Enterprise Tech 2022: What’s Next for IT

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Predicting the future has become a difficult task in the past two years. The world has been turned upside down by a pandemic, a supply chain crisis, and political turmoil. It is now harder to predict the future using historical data.

Over two years, we have seen an increase in remote work, the “Great Rectification” of people quitting their jobs, the larger shift from physical to digital channels for shopping and the need for enterprise IT organisations to prioritize cloud computing and automation.

There has been a lot change already. The arrival of the omicron variant of the COVID-19 virus, and our response to this new outbreak, is a new factor in the picture, too. Some tech giants have already cancelled their participation at the CES giant tech conference.

However, organizations can observe signals to get a sense of the future and plan to capitalize on opportunities. What are your options? Here are a few articles that we have collected over the past few months. They provide an overview of the forces that will shape 2022 in the future.

Here are your predictions for 2022:

Gartner: Top Predictions for IT Organizations and Users for 2022 and Beyond

Will the bosses be fired? Is Africa the new India? What happens when enterprises stop collecting so much information from consumers?

CIO Agenda: Cloud, Cybersecurity, and AI Investments Ahead

Gartner found that businesses that practiced “business composability,” were more likely to survive the volatility brought on by the pandemic. This volatility is here to stay so it is time to prepare

Cloud May See More AI, Face Increased Geopolitical Friction

Analysts at Gartner & Forrester see the next few year bringing more automation and increased government involvement in cloud sectors.

Where IT Leaders Are Likely to Spend Budget in 2022

Digitalization and data utilization, IT speed to market and tight security will all be business and IT priorities for 2022, along with the never-ending pursuit and acquisition of talent.

More Tech Spending Moves Out of IT

Enterprise technology spending will increase, but CIOs/IT leaders will have less budget to spend. Business units themselves are

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