At the start of the new year we look at some strategic predictions Gartner is making for the future of technology:
By 2024, data fabric deployments will quadruple efficiency in data utilization while cutting human-driven data management tasks in half
By 2024, organizations adopting a cybersecurity mesh architecture to integrate security tools to work as a cooperative ecosystem will reduce the financial impact of individual security incidents by an average of 90%.
By 2025, 60% of large organizations will use one or more privacyenhancing computation techniques in analytics, business intelligence or cloud computing.
By 2025, cloud-native platforms will serve as the foundation for more than 95% of new digital initiatives — up from less than 40% in 2021.
By 2024, the design mantra for new SaaS and custom applications will be “composable API-first or API-only,” rendering traditional SaaS and custom applications as “legacy.”
By 2023, more than a third of large organizations will have analysts practicing decision intelligence, including decision modeling.
By 2024, diffuse hyperautomation spending will drive up the total cost of ownership 40-fold, making adaptive governance a differentiating factor in corporate performance.
By 2025, the 10% of enterprises that establish AI engineering best practices will generate at least three times more value from their AI efforts than the 90% of enterprises that do not.
By 2023, 75% of organizations that exploit distributed enterprise benefits will realize revenue growth 25% faster than competitors
By 2026, 60% of large enterprises will use total experience to transform their business models to achieve world-class customer and employee advocacy levels.
By 2024, 20% of organizations selling autonomic systems or devices will require customers to waive indemnity provisions related to learned behavior of their products.
By 2025, generative AI will account for 10% of all data produced, up from less than 1% today