2023 Tech Trends Report From Info-Tech Research Group Highlights 7 Trends APAC CIOs Must Anticipate for the Coming Year
Info-Tech's 2023 Tech Trends report says it's the duty of the CIO to enhance existing capabilities and create new ones while protecting the organisation from continued and expected volatility.
SYDNEY, Nov. 23, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- As the world moves into a potential economic downturn, technology leaders must help their organisations adapt through emerging technologies while building a protective layer against the risks posed. To prepare leaders for what's to come in 2023, global IT research and advisory firm Info-Tech Research Group has released its annual technology report. The firm's 2023 Tech Trends report reveals seven data-driven trends and findings based on insights from IT professionals, analysts, and industry experts.
'The global trends outlined in the 2023 Tech Trends Report reflect the current and emerging priorities within the APAC technology sector,' says David Banger, Senior Managing Partner, APAC. 'In these uncertain times, it's essential for IT leaders to understand the trends in order to be prepared to capitalize on new opportunities for their respective organisations.'
The report's survey received 813 responses from industry professionals, with over 90% of respondents working in IT departments. The underlying metrics for the 2023 report are diverse, with insights from 16 countries and regions, including Australia, New Zealand, Japan, and India, as well as 15 industries, such as government, professional services, manufacturing, education, healthcare, financial services, telecom, and retail.
'Last year's Tech Trends report focused on the capabilities organisations would need to compete in a digital economy,' says Brian Jackson, Research Director and one of the principal research leads for the 2023 Tech Trends report. 'The 2023 Tech Trends report considers how technology leaders can explore new technologies while protecting the organisation from the risks posed. Our research insights expand on the previous year's trends, focusing on how IT can enhance existing capabilities and create new ones while simultaneously considering the volatility of a world dealing with several major crises.'
The survey findings, coupled with exclusive analyst research and expert perspectives, are representative of the wider market and will help to shape CIOs' digital strategic projects for 2023.
The following seven tech trends and findings have been identified by the firm for the coming year:
The 2023 Tech Trends report also includes insights in the form of case studies from technology experts at organisations such as Cisco, Walmart Canada, Glitch Goods, the Children's Specialized Hospital, Albemarle Corp, and Edgeless Systems.
With offices in Australia, the UK, the United States, and Canada, this report will inform the firm's next major global release, the upcoming CIO Priorities 2023 report. This resource, set to be published in early 2023, will take a deeper dive into the recommended capabilities that will help organisations respond to each emerging trend.
Registration for the Tech Trends 2023 webinar is now available and is scheduled for Friday, December 2, at 11 AM AEDT.
Download and read the full 2023 Tech Trends report for more insights for the year ahead.
About Info-Tech Research Group
Info-Tech Research Group is one of the world's leading information technology research and advisory firms, proudly serving over 30,000 IT professionals. The company produces unbiased and highly relevant research to help CIOs and IT leaders make strategic, timely, and well-informed decisions. For 25 years, Info-Tech has partnered closely with IT teams to provide them with everything they need, from actionable tools to analyst guidance, ensuring they deliver measurable results for their organisations.
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