The new technologies have changed the way we live and have also contributed to the evolution of companies, whether small or large. Just think of the Internet to realize the importance that technology has had for business. Certainly you cannot quote a business currently that doesn’t use the Internet. New technologies, when applied correctly, can help companies grow and evolve. In this article, we’ll introduce you to 5 new technologies that will help your business grow!
Big Data defines the countless data – structured and unstructured – that have an impact on day-to-day business. What matters is not the volume of data generated, but what companies do with that data. Big Data must be analyzed for insights that help companies make the best decisions for the business. Nowadays, knowing is power and having as much information as possible about the state of the business and the customers is the key to winning the competition.
Storing information in the cloud is already a trend all over the world. Increasingly, storage services offer better business conditions and ensure the security of your data. Nowadays it is possible to integrate public and private environments, thus giving rise to the Cloud Hybrid. Companies increasingly aim to protect their data and cloud storage has been chosen by many IT managers as they ensure greater protection of their information.
Thanks to business monitoring systems it is possible to analyze all the company’s events in real time. Increasingly it is essential to keep up with the business world every minute in order to be one step ahead of the competition. Softwares such as Multipeers are increasingly a necessity in the business world because besides allowing to monitor the business in real time, they also send alerts to the user whenever something relevant happens.
Internet of Things
In a very simplified way, Internet of Things aims to connect any device to the Internet. According to Gartner, by the year 2020 there will be more than 26 billion devices connected to the network. At home, this concept aims to make life easier for people, but its application will also have an impact on the business world. In industries, for example, Internet of Things proves to be very useful since it is possible to measure temperature and humidity levels. The sensors are integrated with network and system monitoring tools and, if stipulated values are exceeded, alerts are generated to take corrective actions.
From pest monitoring in agriculture to surveying in the mining industry, the use of drones (unmanned aerial vehicles) is expected to grow strongly in the coming years. Due to the high costs, these devices are currently only used by large companies, but the trend in the coming times is to lower costs and thus may also be adopted by small businesses.