In harmony with the hottest, recent and greatest information
technology trends which appears to a never-ending mission these days, many industries
devote at least a staff, if not a whole team, to identify the latest IT topics
and how to fit them into their day-to-day business practices. At times they
even employ an expert who can keep them inline with the different types of new
technologies and then help forge them into their businesses.

However, If you are a smaller industry and do not have the assets
to hire a professional, believe me, you still have a lot of hope around you. One
of them is the tons of online technology based articles that meticulously
define and describe these developments. One of the finest ways to start
learning is acquainting yourself with the current terms and topics in 2017. Below
is the list of some to start with.
Trending IT Topics in
Smart Home Tech and
IoT (Internet of Things)

If you have not yet heard about the Internet of Things
(IoT), you will be soon. IoT simply refers to the longstanding idea of creating
integrated home technologies that seamlessly connect and work with one another.
This smart home tech involves cloud computing, networks of sensors that gather
data, and increasing communication from sensor to machine as well as machine to

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On-Demand Stuffs
Modern consumers developed a taste for on-demand services with the help of digital video recorders (DVRs) and other on-demand devices that allow them to stream their favourite television shows and movies whenever they pleased. Thanks to the introduction of on-demand apps by companies like Uber and those copying Uber’s unique format, the consumer desire for on-demand everything is something businesses need to remember in 2017.
Mesh App and Service
Mesh app and service architecture (MASA) is the beginning of
this movement towards smart home tech. MASA uses multiple channels to leverage
serverless and cloud computing services through microservices, containers,
events, and APIs to produce dynamic, modular, and flexible solutions.
Data Integrity and

With the increasing number of data breaches every year, it
is no wonder many big companies and even smaller businesses have started
focusing heavily on adaptive security architectures. Security must be the main
concern when developing websites and applications, and especially when
exploring IoT environments. These adaptive security measures must reflect the
fluidity of MASA and IoT technologies and, therefore, require more forethought
than in the past.
More Accessible Big
Although the term big data has been around for the last five
years, many small businesses still do not quite understand what big data is or
how it works. Companies who focus on collecting and distributing this data
recognized the difficulties normal people face when attempting to digest these
massive amounts of numerical data. You can expect to see some advancement to
make this big data more accessible and empathetic.
Integration of the
Physical and Digital
Technology has become increasingly essential in our everyday
lives since the introduction of mobile devices. Think about the last meeting
you attended or conversation you had where someone did not need to Google an
answer to at least one question. Consumers will begin to see physical brands
and stores, such as Walmart, introducing more online features, and big digital
brands, such as Amazon, adding more physical products.
Virtual Reality and
Augmented Reality

2016 saw huge steps forward in the world of virtual reality
(VR) and augmented reality (AR) with the release of Oculus Rift. It was very
well received and gaming companies soon released thousands of VR games and
apps. Another great example of AR’s popularity was PokemonGo, an AR game with
more than 100 million downloads. Consumers should expect to see more VR and AR
versions of games, applications, and practically everything else over the next
few years.

May be you’ll have to blame Bitcoin for this. Another of the
new technologies sure to make a splash in 2017 is the introduction of
blockchains. These are a kind of distributed ledger that groups value exchange
transactions in a digital form of currency, like bitcoin, into sequential
blocks. Companies in the title registry, identify verification, and music
distribution worlds hope to use blockchains to transform their industry
operating models. They can then reduce friction through transparent access and
add trust in untrustworthy environments.
Article first seen on Naijatechguide.


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