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Emerging Tech Helping Businesses Cut Costs and Level Playing Fields - Sophia Belnap - Blog

Emerging Tech Helping Businesses Cut Costs and Level Playing Fields

Entrepreneurs and small business owners are accustomed to surviving by their wits. Yet, hunches mean something to these people because they know they have an innate ability to capitalize on opportunities and mitigate risks—they live and breathe business. Business leaders know how to grab hold of a valuable new tool when they find one. They are the type of people who know how to get things done with whatever resources they have available. That quality is what makes the second decade of the twenty-first century such an exciting time to be alive for businesspersons. Additionally, technology has presented possibilities for any business to disrupt entire industries and save money by improving their operational efficiency.

The doors are open for emerging technology to impact businesses positively. And these benefits can occur right now because even though many new advancements still go by the name "emerging tech," they have reached a state of development in which they can be helpful in the present tense.


Saving Opportunities in the Internet of Things (IoT)

The internet no longer resides primarily in cyberspace. Don't worry; your favorite websites aren't going anywhere. The internet is expanding, spilling over more each day into the physical Universe. Experts call this way of using the net the "Internet of Things," or IoT for short.

The IoT works via sensors that read conditions in the physical world – temperature, weather, traffic or virtually anything that an instrument can measure—and report that information in the form of digital data with IP addresses. So each physical occurrence becomes an autonomous website application that can help control environmental factors without human involvement.

Using these "cyber bots" with eyes, ears and feelers extending into 3D space, the power of digital computing can benefit the fiscal operations of any company willing to put it to work. Business owners interested in exploring the IoT for their companies will find multiple opportunities to monitor, regulate and logistically coordinate previously undetected aspects of their business that lose money and turn them around.


Prospects Bright for Cloud' As a Service' Boom

Cloud computing isn't an emerging technology anymore since it has been around for some time now. But the new and revolutionary ways businesses employ the cloud are still developing. Architects designed the entire cloud computing paradigm around what is known as the "as a service" model. So you have software as a service (SaaS), platform as a service (PaaS) and (literally) everything as a service (XaaS).

When a cloud provider sells something as a service, businesses purchase the service on a subscription basis. So instead of laying out much money upfront, they pay for what they need a little each month. A cloud monitoring service controls what they spend on the cloud. This system helps companies stay lean and agile, ready for action in any economic climate. Cloud computing makes businesses more robust and stable by becoming more responsive to conditions. They gain this agility by getting to jettison the weight of capital expenditures. As a result, company budgets can avoid this unfortunate reality of the old economy.


An Emerging Tomorrow of Enhanced Opportunities

Futurists call what is happening in the world of technology an inflection point. The term connotes disruption, abrupt change and turbulence. It's an accurate depiction of what the economic forecasts show. As a result, the benefits to both companies and consumers sometimes get overshadowed by the chaos rapidly evolving capabilities create. Nonetheless, the benefits to companies are genuine. Get ready for more rapidly changing conditions as technology brings wave after wave of innovations in artificial intelligence (AI), big data, 5G wireless communications—the list is endless. At some point, all the new technology starts to blend into a synthesized whole that will reduce business friction and help everyone pursue their dreams of more profit.


But it's not just about making money. Technology has always helped humanity amplify whatever signal people want to transmit. Selfish, unproductive movements that can harm businesses get abandoned once owners and their clients see the fallacy of doing things a specific way. Conversely, if the communication contains good information sent at the right frequency, the sender will receive abundance in return for business success and longevity.

Publish Date: February 18, 2022 6:20 PM

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