Technology trends that will drive your business in 2023

Over time, your business evolves, but do the associated technologies? Year after year, improvements, new inventions and updates in the technology world move forward, so it’s easy to lose track of what’s going on. We explain to you which of the 2023 technology trends are your enablers for freedom and growth!

Freedom - The process automation

Robotic Process Automation (RPA)
With the help of software, RPA can automate repetitive tasks that currently take time away from you and your employees.

The application areas of RPA are vast, ranging from automating the processing of transactions, handling data, and responding to emails, to many other automation possibilities. So once started, process automation can give you great freedom.
Adaptive Artificial Intelligence (AI)
You can use AI alongside RPA to process your data. This technology makes your day-to-day business easier by allowing you to derive recommendations for action from your data, for example.

“Adaptive AI” today offers the additional benefit of allowing you to adjust your business operations to changing real-world circumstances – and to do so quickly and promisingly. Indeed, adaptive AI learns rapidly based on new data and adjusted goals.

Growth - Data-based decisions

In order to make decisions that are true to the business, all data that is generated throughout the company should also end up in the processing process. To do this, you can easily connect your numerous devices via the Internet, creating an overarching network.

Internet of Things (IoT)

This is referred to as the “Internet of Things”. The IoT provides you with pooled data collection and processing that makes your decisions more accurate. The latest technologies can now provide a stable foundation so that you can benefit smoothly from networking despite high data exchange:


5G networks can provide large bandwidth with high data throughput, keyword “Enhanced Mobile Broadband (eMBB)”. The high availability enables signals & communication accurate to the nanosecond. With the “Ultra-Reliable Low-Latency Communication (URLLC)” of 5G networks, intelligent, autonomous decisions are empowered in real time.

Edge Computing

Edge computing is computing that takes place close to the physical location of the user or data source. Resources can thus still be distributed across many sites, but without having to expect high latencies. This scales the infrastructure to meet the demands of an increasing number of devices and data.

The “applied observability” technology trend refers to the eventual use of observable data to make business decisions based on reality rather than following predictions. Today’s technologies can thus help you to be more confident in your decisions. Speaking of security…

Technology trends you need for sure

Digital immune systems

The term “digital immune system” also comes up in the top technology trends 2023. This refers to combining multiple software development strategies, such as observability and automation, to protect against risk in order to create resilient systems. Security must have many facets, especially today when hacker attacks are becoming more complex and your attack surfaces larger.

AI Trust Risk and Security Management (AI TRiSM)

Using AI for data analytics can also be used in the area of security and control, in addition to the purposes already mentioned, you can read more about this in our top COCUS data trends.

Using technology trends correctly

Want to learn which use cases of AI, ML, and other technology trends are particularly useful in your organization to drive data-driven decisions? Then get in touch with COCUS!

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