The rise of the digital nomad has spearheaded a culture of remote working.
This evolution in the digital landscape sees portability and lightweight, cordless devices replacing the more cumbersome competitors in the marketplace.
The expansion of IoT interconnected devices brings with it a greater reliance on ecosystems, and it’s up to businesses to invest in solutions that connect devices and peripherals without compromising on quality, or mobility and security.
To give you a better idea of what the future holds, we’ve collated a list of trends driving the future of connectivity and cloud systems.
Your Desk Is Wherever You Are
The changes sparked by the rise of digital nomadism necessitates not only greater flexibility on a company’s part, but the adoption of advanced tech to facilitate this on-the-go attitude.
Universal docking stations are an ideal solution as they turn any laptop or mobile device into a productive workstation.
Lightning Fast, Lag-free Performance
Productivity drops as soon as the connection does, meaning an ecosystem is nothing if the connectivity speed is not up to scratch.
With docking stations housing multiple displays, and peripherals that blaze hi-res, high-bandwidth visuals, the need for lightning fast, lag-free connectivity becomes vital for productivity.
Robust Ecosystem Security
With so many interconnected devices running simultaneously at any given time, the strength of a business’s security protocols is a serious concern.
Vulnerabilities in the connectivity and cloud ecosystem need to be identified and addressed so that there can be no breach or dissemination of important information.
Increased Investment in IoT
Investment will grow because of the large amount of devices being shipped to account for IoT’s expansion. In fact, global service provider IDC expects worldwide spending to reach nearly $1.4 Trillion in 2021. Carrie MacGillivray, VP of Internet of Things and Mobility at IDC, elaborates:
"The discussion about IoT has shifted away from the number of devices connected. The true value of IoT is being realized when the software and services come together to enable the capture, interpretation, and action on data produced by IoT endpoints."
AI, Predictive Analytics, and Big Data
With so many interconnected devices sharing a large amount of data at any given time, it’s no wonder Big Data, Predictive Analytics, and AI are coming up in conversation more frequently.
For some time, large organizations have been compiling information on consumer behaviour. As IoT and interconnectivity evolves, this amount of data will only grow, translating into an increased amount of unregulated information.
In turn, this unstructured data will open up opportunities for artificial intelligence to provide analytics solutions for when an organisation just doesn’t have the resources to do so themselves.
Chat with a POST Telecom Connectivity & Cloud Specialist
POST Telecom has the forward-thinking experience to design a connectivity ecosystem to fit your business. We provide integrated cloud, IT, media, and telecom services, and we understand the unique requirements of any company that depends on an IT infrastructure.
Located in Luxembourg, our network guarantees the lowest possible latency throughout Europe. We invest in cutting-edge, consistent upgrades to make sure the high-bandwidth fibre technology we provide is world-class. We also offer 1G, 10G, or 100G of high speed, reliable connectivity, and bandwidth from 10M to 1G with our Ethernet line.
Luxembourg’s unique regulatory environment provides the highest level of security, discretion, and ease-of-doing business. We pride ourselves on being able to provide custom, state-of-the-art security solutions tailored specifically to a business’s unique network.
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