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If your business isn’t moving forward, it’s going backwards. In today’s fast moving IT world, it’s vital your Computer and IT Network are fully optimised. 

You also need to be aware of emerging technologies which are changing the way we work and interact with others. Across every industry, technology is revolutionising the way we do business and making high-tech approaches an integral part of our lives.


  1. Internet of Things (IOT)
    One of the biggest tech trends to emerge in recent years is the Internet of Things. Simply put, the Internet of Things is the idea that all technological devices can be connected to the internet and to each other, in an attempt to provide a wealth of information on how your customers engage with products by tracking their interactions with digital devices. This data could be used to optimise marketing campaigns and user experiences.
  2. Machine learning
    It’s a computer’s ability to learn on its own by analysing data and tracking repeating patterns. Social media platforms use machine learning to get a better understanding of how you’re connected with those in your social network. They do this by analysing your likes, shares and comments and then prioritising content from your closest connections, serving you that content first. Machine learning is reshaping the way businesses interact with their customers by helping them anticipate and meet customer needs more easily.
  3. Virtual reality
    Virtual reality is a popular component of video games and is now delivering more commercial opportunities. It is likely to affect companies across the board as they adopt the technology to help them engage customers more effectively and optimise their sales and marketing efforts. It’s also a potentially useful tool for learning and is increasingly being adopted by educational organisations.
  4. Touch commerce
    Merging touchscreen technology with one-click shopping, touch commerce allows consumers to buy products easily from their phones. After linking their payment information to a general account and enabling the feature, customers are able to buy everything from clothes to furniture with just a fingerprint. Retailers in almost every industry can anticipate an increase in sales directly related to this new technology.
  5. Cognitive Technology
    Cognitive technology is similar to machine learning and virtual reality except that it’s a broader concept. The cognitive technology umbrella includes things like natural language processing and speech recognition. Combined, these different technologies are able to automate and optimise a lot of tasks that were previously done by people, including certain aspects of accounting and analytics.

With technologies constantly changing, you can rely on our street-smart IT experts at Uwannawat to help you stay informed with the latest trends to help make your business or organisation more competitive.

Call our helpful staff on 1300 892662, to arrange a no obligation consultation.

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