According to the latest press release by Gartner, the technology trends in 2023 are:-
Sustainability: It is going to play an important role in the technology trends in 2023. Companies need to become more efficient in the use of raw materials, resources, energy, and material including in the IT sector. The targets can be met with the use of transparency in the process, analysis, renewable energies, and AI.
Metaverse: Gartner means a virtual 3D space in which physical and digital reality blur allowing everyone to have the access to it. Over 40% of the large enterprises 2027 across the world will start using the combination of Web3, AR Cloud, and Digital twins for projects targeting the metaverse.
Superapps: A superapp is a combination of the characteristics of an app, a platform, and an ecosystem in one application. The platform supports third parties to develop and publish their mini-apps. By 2027, Gartner estimates that more than 50 percent will use multiple superapps daily.
Adaptive AI: The system models are trained with Adaptive AI to make them flexible enough for a quick change, especially in times of crisis.
Digital immune systems: It is a combination of data-driven operational insights, automated and extreme testing, automated troubleshooting, software development within IT operations, and supply chain security application for increasing the system’s resilience and stability. It is expected to reduce system failures by 80% by 2025.
Trust in AI, risk, and security management: Need for the creation of new capabilities to ensure security and data protection in a different departments.
Industry cloud platforms: These include SaaS, Platform as a Service, and Infrastructure as a Service, By 2027, more than 50 percent of the business will use Industry Cloud platforms.
Platform engineering: It includes the building and operating of internal self-service developer platforms for software delivery and life cycle management. By 2026, 80% of software companies will use platform teams.
Wireless value realization: As per Gartner, by 2025, 60% of organizations will use more wireless technologies. As networks grow beyond connectivity, more operational insights will be provided through built-in analytics, and a lower-power system to harvest power directly from the network.