January 4, 2021: Brisbane, Australia: For numerous reasons, 2020 will be a year that few are reluctant to farewell. On the cusp of a new year and following twelve months like none in recent history, the question of what lies ahead has never been more prominent.
While what the future holds is never a given, leading Australian technology services and solutions provider, Data#3, has issued a summary of predictions on what lies ahead in 2021 and beyond. Across the future of the enterprise, the workplace, education and healthcare, one key uniting theme emerges: technology is the vehicle to the future.
Featuring input from leaders across the Data#3 business, Data#3’s The Future in Focus report details the advances that lie ahead through transformative technologies, as well as the foundational elements that organisations must consider to ensure they are prepared.
“With a 43-year history grounded in enabling customers through technology, Data#3 is no stranger to change and innovation,” said Data#3 Chief Marketing Officer, Garrett MacDonald. “The Future in Focus is our collective view on the transformative technologies and concepts that will serve to take industries into the future.”
Spanning insights across industries and verticals, The Future in Focus features observations on technology advancements that will continue to drive change into 2021 and beyond.
While digital transformation remains a goal that organisations are firmly fixed on, the elements to achieve a state of digital modernisation have evolved. Encompassing virtual, augmented and mixed reality, robotics and artificial intelligence, and underpinned by an ever-expanding data environment, the components of digital transformation continue to emerge.
“As an organisation, we remain focused on harnessing technology to enable organisations into the future,” said Data#3 Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director, Laurence Baynham. “Our vision- to harness the power of people and technology for a better future- has never been more relevant.”
Data#3’s The Future in Focus report will be released in full in January 2021.