What technology trends will we see in 2023?

The innovative and fast-paced nature of technology makes it difficult to predict what will evolve and surge in popularity throughout 2023.

We have highlighted below the technologies we think will show exciting developments and will be adopted by more and more industries

Artificial Intelligence (AI) and machine learning

More and more industries are adopting AI and machine learning technology, and this trend is likely to continue in 2023 and beyond.  

Cloud computing

Cloud computing has revolutionised the way businesses store and access data, making it easier for organisations to scale their operations. It is expected that this will increase, and companies will continue to look at how they can harness this technology to modernise their practices.  

Internet of Things (IoT)

This refers to the growing network of connected devices that can collect and exchange data. The use of this technology is likely to grow as organisations look to streamline their devices to ensure synergy across their business.  


Blockchain technology is a sophisticated mechanism that allows information sharing within a business network. It has the potential to revolutionise the way we conduct transactions and store data, and this potential is likely to be utilised more and more in 2023.  

Virtual and augmented reality

2022 saw a massive increase in use of virtual and augmented reality technology, and it is predicted that this will only continue to grow quickly in 2023 with more and more industries (such as entertainment, healthcare, and education) expected to integrate this experiential technology into their operations.  

It is clear that these technologies will only become more prevalent in our every day lives and companies must look at adopting the relevant systems to improve their operations to maintain significant in today’s world.  

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Barry Booth

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