What are the technology trends in 2020? (Part 3)

Blockchain

It is indeed the underlying technology of favorite cryptocurrency of everyone. The crypto future is usually uncertain at times, but the blockchain is here to remain. 

The blockchain technology has been applied in a couple of different industries these days. Yet, it is poised to offer one secure underlying framework to a lot of aspects of your digital lives.

As you can see, blockchain enables technology to communicate in the most secure way as possible. It has done a great job of avoiding malicious acts throughout data transfer.

Some of you may not believe this, but this technology has been around as one concept from the 1980s. Also, while cryptocurrencies have occupied plenty of the spotlight over recent years, the technology has slowly gained ground across every tech. Make sure you watch the space over the coming years as well as the next few decades.

Analytics

They have been playing an increasingly crucial role in the measurement and growth of companies all over the world. Analytics can not just tell you whether you are successful in the market but help you guess where the markets may move next.

While analytics seem to be simple on the surface, they indeed have to do with a considerable amount of data processing for turning big raw data chunks into something as useful and actionable as possible. 

With IoT, cloud computing and big data developing, data is becoming murky as well as being clouded. The analytics tool making use of machine learning will be necessary at a much greater extent than implemented today for making sense of the data, defining issues, and recommending action. 

Analytics is essentially one specialty which machine learning technologies and AI will be helpful in. They will be a great use case for the emerging tech in the next decade.