15 Upcoming Business-Changing Tech Trends (And How To Prepare For Them) – Hello Math


The professional world has changed a lot in the last decades. Now, many workers are remote or freelance contractors that get hired and paid on a per-project basis. A lot of them eschew the traditional office space for more popular locations like communal coffee shops or park benches.

Thanks to the nomadic nature of the digital workforce, the technology that these employees use is entirely different from the last generation’s — and the evolution of this technology does not seem to be slowing down any time soon.

Below, 15 members of Forbes Technology Council explore some of the cutting-edge technology trends that already are or will soon be transforming the workplace, and how companies can adapt to make the most of these changes.

1. Remote Work Setups

Embracing a “remote-first” culture at workplaces will be a key factor in companies’ success in the coming decade. While there are many advantageous to remote work, getting it right and setting up the right culture and tools is a challenge and needs proactive investments. Removing location out of the equation is going to be a game-changer by enabling time zone autonomy for teams in distributed geographies. – Shweta Saraf, Digitalocean

2. Collaborative Workplaces

From cloud computing to live dynamic documents to Zoom meetings, we have moved toward creating collaborative workplaces where redundancy is being removed, communications are improving and efficiencies are created. The future workforce will have to become accustomed to using the tools that create and support a collaborative workplace. – Afshin Doust, Advanced Intelligent Systems Inc.

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The professional world has changed a lot in the last decades. Now, many workers are remote or freelance contractors that get hired and paid on a per-project basis. A lot of them eschew the traditional office space for more popular locations like communal coffee shops or park benches.

Thanks to the nomadic nature of the digital workforce, the technology that these employees use is entirely different from the last generation’s — and the evolution of this technology does not seem to be slowing down any time soon.

Below, 15 members of Forbes Technology Council explore some of the cutting-edge technology trends that already are or will soon be transforming the workplace, and how companies can adapt to make the most of these changes.

1. Remote Work Setups

Embracing a “remote-first” culture at workplaces will be a key factor in companies’ success in the coming decade. While there are many advantageous to remote work, getting it right and setting up the right culture and tools is a challenge and needs proactive investments. Removing location out of the equation is going to be a game-changer by enabling time zone autonomy for teams in distributed geographies. – Shweta Saraf, Digitalocean

2. Collaborative Workplaces

From cloud computing to live dynamic documents to Zoom meetings, we have moved toward creating collaborative workplaces where redundancy is being removed, communications are improving and efficiencies are created. The future workforce will have to become accustomed to using the tools that create and support a collaborative workplace. – Afshin Doust, Advanced Intelligent Systems Inc.





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