As professionals worldwide continue to work from home, there’s been enormous pressure for companies to adjust to the “new normal” of remote workforces and adapt their approach to IT. By investing in cloud technologies and researching cybersecurity trends, organizations can build an IT infrastructure that allows growth without sacrificing agility. With hybrid cloud strategies that use machine learning, AI engineering, and more, businesses can thrive in a remote work environment, innovating business processes and preparing for the future.
However, with cloud infrastructure innovations come new cyberthreats. As enterprises become decentralized due to the COVID-19 pandemic, bad actors have become bolder than ever. Ransomware attacks are on the rise, and without the proper defenses, valuable employee and client information is more vulnerable than ever before. Keeping up with cybersecurity technology trends ensures your business has the tools it needs to fight hackers and other threats.
Keep reading to discover the latest and greatest 2022 IT trends.