WHAT DOES DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION LOOK LIKE IN 2022?
One of the fastest-growing Indian companies in the UK, who gave us an insight into what digital transformation will look like in 2022 business needs must be considered.
1. 5G and IoT
5G is the fifth generation technology for mobile networks. 5G’s primary characteristics include multi-peak data speeds, low latency, improved user experience, better connectivity and availability, and improved network bandwidth.
5G combined with edge computing can lead to interesting innovations. For example, IBM will offer cloud services to run 5G networks to Verizon and Telefonica.
In turn, technologies such as Artificial Intelligence (AI), drone-initiated inspections, and video inspections will automate everyday tasks while averting any network issues.
Some of the use cases of 5G in the IoT domain include:
Connected Automobiles: 5G’s low latency and high bandwidth will enable vehicles to store and initiate bi-directional communication.
Shipping and Logistics: Easy and accurate tracking of shipped items. This will allow updating precise delivery timelines, which, in turn, will improve customer experience
Remote Healthcare: 5G connectivity will also enable seamless remote patient monitoring. Also, health experts can provide assistance at any time and from anywhere irrespective of their location.
2. Zero-Trust Security
Zero Trust is a security model based on the principle of maintaining strict access controls and not trusting anyone by default, even those already inside the network perimeter.
With many organizations adopting the remote-first culture, the risk of cyberattacks has increased. Thus it becomes essential to introduce zero-trust security to prove resilient.
Organizations are already planning/implementing migration to a cloud-based, zero-trust security model. The new security solution will help establish trust, authority, brand reputation, and initiate safe B2B communications.
Zero-trust security aids in securing applications, data, identity, endpoints, networks, and even infrastructure.
The three primary principles of zero-trust security include:
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