Technology is fast evolving and our ecosystem is also changing according to our usage and technology adoption.
Discussing this issue and expressing some perspectives on technology trends for 2023, Mr. Manish Gupta, Vice President and General Manager, Infrastructure Solutions Group, Dell Technologies India shared his overview and observations.
He predicted, “In 2023, we expect to see businesses proactively shift to a multicloud environment to gain control over data and critical applications. Businesses would need to reduce complexities of their existing cloud infrastructure to better manage their data without added expenditures.”
As ease of doing business remained a priority in 2022, Manish said, “Adoption of sustainable technologies shall pick-up to a greater degree in 2023. More Indian businesses will look for sustainable IT solutions in the new year to ensure that they leave an impact in people’s lives beyond their industrial sphere.
While data, both structured and structured, stays distributed across cloud and edge environments, businesses will move to urgently amend their cybersecurity approach. Zero Trust architecture is going to become the cornerstone of data security in 2023.
While 5G offers huge performance improvements in bandwidth and latency creating completely new use cases, it also enables more and more devices to be connected to the network. This creates a massive new pool of these connected devices or endpoints. The security of these endpoints must be managed throughout their lifecycle, especially since a lot of these could contain sensitive information including biometrics. Businesses must build effective and long-term strategies to mitigate potential threats arising from something as simple as a door lock connected through a SIM card.
Looking into next year, business resilience, innovation, sustainability, and an immersive user experience, underscored by futuristic technologies would continue to drive business agendas across industries.”