It often feels like the world is moving faster and faster. New trends emerge overnight. Thanks to smart devices that grow ever more sophisticated and advanced, each of us has the potential to be connected all of the time, to everything around us. Connectivity increasingly brings us closer to the people and things that matter most.
In the right hands, digital transformation can modify existing business processes, culture, and customer experiences for the better. It can enable companies to adapt to meet changing business and market requirements. It is clear that boards and leadership teams are spending a lot in the race to digitize their operations. A recent report by the International Data Corporation (IDC) has found that worldwide spending on digital transformation will reach nearly $2 Trillion in 2022 as organizations commit to doing so.
Over the past few years, the Internet of Things, also known as IoT, has been described as a fundamental game-changer for the world of business. The consultancy Bain predicts that the combined markets of the Internet of Things (IoT) will grow to about $520B in 2021, opening doorways to a vast array of opportunities for businesses – from start-ups to major corporations.
The tech industry is buzzing with excitement as experts from around the globe are praising the potential benefits of 5G and promising to change people’s lives with super-fast and reliable wireless mobile networks.
The dynamism and pace of development in Qatar is impossible to ignore. All around us new cities, hospitals, stadiums and other major infrastructure projects are proceeding at an incredible pace. And whilst it might be easier to spot the progress taking place in full view above ground, a crucial contributor to the country’s future success is taking shape just as rapidly below the surface.