Cyber security mesh, AI engineering, and distributed cloud services are among the top trends that Gartner says will shape future enterprise IT operations.
At this stage of 5G availability, offerings that blend fast cellular service with compatible software and hardware may attract early adopters.
Automation, machine learning and artificial intelligence are becoming critical network-management capabilities as network complexity skyrockets.
Gartner forecasts everything from digital moves to DNA storage and social interactions will impact businesses in the near future.
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