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Top Technology Trends: 2013 and Beyond

Technology and innovation continue to advance at a blistering pace, bringing promising new developments in every field for 2013, 2014 and the foreseeable future. While this presents a challenge for many organizations looking to drive positive change management in an era of constant flux, it’s one we remain proud to help management teams and international market leaders surmount worldwide. What many global trends experts won’t tell you: The best benefit of being one of the world’s most-quoted futurists and strategic innovation speakers  isn’t just the early access often provided to new technology and business advancements. It’s actually the fact that no two days are the same, as we frequently find ourselves researching new developments in every industry that promise to completely reinvent the way in both corporate enterprises and trade associations operate – not to mention customer and consumer expectation alike.

Wondering which new areas are among the most ripe for change in the coming years? Several sectors immediately spring to mind, including the following:

  • Health Care
  • Finance
  • Communications
  • Entertainment
  • Media
  • Banking
  • Manufacturing
  • IT: Cloud and Big Data

That said, many more sectors are quickly producing just as compelling innovations – so many, in fact, that’s it hard to summarize them in a single Top 10, 20 or even 50 list. Bearing this in mind, on the eve of the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2013, the single biggest tradeshow event in North America for technology vendors of all kinds, including software, hardware and apps developers, publishers and distributors, we’ve had the chance to speak with top media outlets about a variety of emerging and evolving topics from streaming music, movies and media to cloud computing, social networking, next-generation TV sets and more. Rather than produce a dense whitepaper outlining every new development in each field in detail, we thought it simpler to summarize our thoughts here, and provide links to relevant articles where appropriate – all of which provide in-depth opinion and analysis, including a handy snapshot of our thoughts.

Wondering which innovations and technology trends have captured your favorite futurist speaker and market research firm TechSavvy’s trends expert’s imagination? Following are several of the most prominent, and our analysis of how they promise to impact the world going forward:

Woman’s Day – Cheaper in 2013: Business and Consumer Products

NPR – The Future of TV: Digital Content, Streaming Media and Cloud Computing

The Hollywood Reporter – Entertainment Trends 2013: Film, Media, Second Screen

CNN – Technology and Kids: How Children Use Social Networks

Australian Broadcasting Corp. – Crowd Funding and Crowdsourced Finance

Inc. – 5 Technology Trends: 4K TV, 3D Printing, Digital Education & More

CNBC – Disruptive Technology: Changing Customer Expectations

USA Today – Smartphone and Tablet Gaming: Social Games’ Future

Costco Connection – Business Finance Innovation: Crowdfunding Takes Over

MSN Money – The New Face of Streaming Media and Digital Entertainment

BusinessWeek – Mobile Gaming vs. Connected Consoles: Innovation in Entertainment

Huffington Post – Strategic Innovation in Business: Driving Positive Change

Dealerscope – 4K TV vs. Connected TV: Entertainment Trends

Dealerscope – When Will 3D Printing Reinvent the Industry?

Huffington Post – Business Lessons: 5 Mistakes to Avoid in 2013

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