The Future of Web Development 2022: Top 10 Technologies


What has been achieved in IT in a short time thanks to the pandemic will continue in the months to come. But what are the trends this year? Will we continue at this speed? Where has the speed limit already been reached and is there a need for sustainability? This article analyzes the top 5 digital trends of 2022.

  1. The overview

The trend towards digitization has brought computing exactly where it needs to be: on the stage. In times of lockdown & Co., the importance of IT from a global business perspective has been made particularly clear to us by systems maintenance companies. We at I also like to call this goal “Run IT Differently”. In other words, we also see the trend of “integrating services” as a priority for 2022. The context: individual services are working very well, but the main question will be how to integrate these individual services and create a overview ? Discussions with CIOs of large companies have shown that this is exactly what we will focus on in 2022.

2. The role of CIOs and the consulting teams alongside them

Speaking of DSI, speaking of collaboration. It’s always about driving digitization and supporting CIOs in their agenda. The role of IT service providers is also reflected very well in the actions of CIOs. For example, if you look at the 3-tier model for IT services (Advice, Build and Run); The question then arises for CIOs, what function will they assume today and tomorrow within their company? Dear CIOs, do you consider yourself a mediator, a moderator or an orchestrator?

3. Take it to the next level with digital transformation. All over

What has been spurred by the pandemic and gained notoriety with buzzwords such as “remote work”, “modern collaboration”, “data management”, “cloud transformation” and “IT security” will continue in current pace. To put it more precisely: the transformation continues, on a higher level. From the ERP system to the conversion to S/4HANA in SAP services, from process automation and the use of artificial intelligence or the Internet of Things to the widespread home office and decentralized data creation which results, which at the same time provides the global perspective for the requirement of management decisions.

4. Centralized data. clouds everywhere

With the increase in data volume, cloud usage has also increased in recent years. Adaptations and decisions on cloud strategies are pending in our country’s IT departments for the year 2022. Whether companies are focusing on developing new cloud-native products or modernizing existing ones; the cloud naturally offers significant advantages: agility, scalability, stability, resilience and accessibility. There are many decisions associated with moving to the cloud, from choosing a single hyperscaler to a multi-cloud strategy, choosing the right architecture, choosing the level of vendor lock-in, and choosing the most appropriate accelerators for applications. and the tools.

5. Data as usual. The context brings novelty

The buzzword “data” is also very trendy in 2022. But more and more organizations are realizing that quantity doesn’t matter. In order to make data effective, context is needed for new information! Then decisions can be made better, faster, more automatically and also more understandable. With new technologies, companies are reaching a new level of maturity in three classic tasks (or often overlooked issues): better management of master data, holistic integration of data sources, and more accessible assessments. Once these three disciplines are put together in a usable way, the “AI” hype also loses its mystery. Patterns are not only easy to find on a usable database, but can also be effectively integrated into daily tasks and decisions using AI frameworks.

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In this sense: Here are the 5 main future digital trends. Here’s to a new year, with lots of digital and of course a purpose. Let’s create useful technology that reinvents the world for good!

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