Technology Trends for 2015

The digital world will mark our lives for many decades to come, and such is the speed at which this industry grows is that every day we discover great technological potential to impact the lives of people and organizations.

These will be the 10 trends for 2015

Diversity of mobile devices:
One of these early trends is related to smart mobile devices. It will be companies who must adapt to the demands of users (shapes and sizes of devices, style, display, etc.), prioritizing user experience.

Expansion of the Internet of things:
Our PC is no longer the only way to stay connected to the Internet, and many devices and objects (cars, televisions, etc) allow for that to happen. Organizations should take advantage of this new media and potential new models.

3D Printing:
Thanks to increasing industrial use of 3D printing, global sales of 3D printers will grow by 2015 and probably double by 2016. This industry is a viable and profitable means to improve design and productivity.

Advanced analytics:
Despite the large increase in enterprise data, each one must learn to manage information through analytical technology that provides the right information at the right time and to the right people. Analytics will be the center for these digital processes to significantly change and improve the management of enterprise data.

Intelligent machines:
The algorithms will be the primary basis for many systems to operate independently, clear examples of this are the future personal assistants, advanced robots, autonomous vehicles, etc.

Client Computing in the Cloud:
AIn the short term we will see how synchronizing content and applications across devices will become an easy and scalable mobile computing style. Organizational games and applications will use several screens to offer an improved experience.

Context sensitive systems security:
This trend will make the computing world more complex, as the development of new safety systems that are attentive to the environment will be promoted.

Applications and software defined infrastructure:
The digital world needs models and codes that can be easily changed; this means from applications to programming, networks and data centers maturing to give greater flexibility to organizations.

Webscale IT:
Already several suppliers of cloud services like Facebook, Google, and Amazon have used information technology in web scale, obtaining greater flexibility of computing capacity and adopting new architectures, processes and practices.

Riskbased security and selfprotection:
To conclude these trends conducted by Gartner, we talk about security as a key issue for the development of the digital future. It is essential to create new models to ensure security through dynamic applications with access controls within a secure environment.