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Five Key Technology Expectations for 2014

mobility 2014Now when 2013 is over, let's look into the crystal ball to get a sneak peek at what's in store for technology in 2014. Gartner predicts proliferation of smart technology to increase software spending by 25% globally, with a potential for machine-to-machine communications to trigger significant new software costs. Such domains as Mobility, Big Data, Internet of Things, wearable tech, and 3D printing / imaging will speed up the restructuring of the nearly $1 trillion IT service market.

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In particular, the wearable tech market is going to be very hectic during 2014, with killer apps emerging along with Google Glass improvements, the launch of Appe's long-rumored iWatch and innovative wearable gadgets for fitness and healthcare industries.

Although I personally don't believe 3D printing technology will conquer the mass market in 2014 due to many reasons among which an extremely high pricing is a major one, the technology will undoubtedly get more enthusiasts this year, compared to 2013.

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Please view our presentation below for more tech figures and trends expected in 2014:

Five Key Technology Expectations for 2014 from INTERSOG

And how do you think 2014 will shape up?

Vik is our Brand Journalist and Head of Online Marketing / PR with 11+ years of international experience in IT B2B. He's also a guest blog contributor to Business2community, SitePoint, Journal of mHealth, Wearable Valley and other IT portals. You can contact him directly on LinkedIn.

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