Tech is one of the fastest-growing industries, and rightfully so. Taking a closer look at the fastest growing areas of this year, FinTech, cybersecurity, artificial intelligence and data analytics are all among them, and if you’re a member of the IT community in any way, chances are that you will (or already are) encountering these technologies already. And if that’s the case, you sure also know that what the future holds is even more exciting than what we already have!

The past 2 years have been devastating and restrictive for people in many ways, but at the same time, the pandemic and all the related events have also caused a massive surge in technology, allowing people to look at problems with new eyes.

So, what are the hottest topics of IT talks this year all across the globe? Let’s pinpoint the ones you should definitely keep an eye out for.

Blockchain technology

Blockchain and related technologies have encountered massive growth in the last few years. Blockchain is a distributed ledger of decentralized data, offering a great deal of uses such as NFT marketplaces, storing sensitive data, digital payments, gaming or protecting copyrights.

The discussions about particular topics are often heated, but one thing is for sure — blockchain has successfully established itself as a viable answer to many issues that the tech industry is dealing with.

Artificial Intelligence

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is all around us. This technology is undergoing consistent growth and development, as it finds its use cases in virtually all industries — arts, healthcare, security, business, retail, technology, education, and much more. Its main power lies in its ability to process huge amounts of data and come up with patterns and reports that help companies automate many of their processes and make better informed decisions and build improved strategies.

E-health technologies

Directly connected to the pandemic as well, the growth of the e-health sector also can’t be missed — especially because in many ways, it really saves lives. Aside from gadgets enabling remote monitoring

and measurements of health data, e-health also contains the possibility of online consultations with medical professionals or online counselors. Even in this field, artificial intelligence and machine learning can play a vital role — robots scan all incoming data from patients and can detect a medical alert before it actually becomes a serious problem.


5G technology has taken the world of internet-connected smart devices by storm, bringing 100-times the speed of its predecessor, 4G (which by itself has been a significant improvement). This has mostly been the result of a massive surge of remote work, which lead providers to invest into improving and empowering connectivity for everyone. 5G also cut down on connectivity issues in densely populated areas and speed drops for individual devices, making it the ultimate connection powerhouse with the potential to launch the world of internet to new heights.

Collaborative technologies

During the Covid-19 pandemic, more than ever before humanity has felt the need to rely on online collaborative technologies in order to keep work life, education, and often also family life going. Tech companies focused on (re-)designing their collaborative tools in new ways that would answer the increased need of comprehensive and functioning online spaces, where suddenly the majority of all activities took place. We’ve seen online baptisms, video lessons, even online medical consultations. This development of handy technology will only serve to further connect people, in the virtual space and outside of it.

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