Innovation and changeDigital TransformationSix technology trends identified for 2018 (Infographic)

Six technology trends identified for 2018 (Infographic)

Artificial Intelligence, Analytics and Cyber Resiliency will drive the next wave of disruption, agility and productivity

Artificial intelligence, analytics and cyber resilience are among the key drivers of disruption, agility and productivity in 2018.

That’s the view of IT services company DXC Technology which has compiled details of the six key trends that will shape organisation technology in 2018.

“For global enterprises to lead in the new digital world, 2018 is decision time for transformation planning, preparedness and execution,” said Dan Hushon, senior vice president and chief technology officer, DXC Technology. “It’s a transition year for most organisations as they commit to their digital strategy and begin to execute more broadly. The technology and platforms are much more robust, and DXC brings its global capabilities and experience with scale to help enterprises accelerate their digital transformation journeys.”

Here are the six trends in a handy infographic:

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