This year is shaping up to be a big one.
The industry is growing at a much faster pace than it did last year.
Here’s a look at some of the key trends.
Technology growth continues to accelerate.
In fact, according to research firm IDC, technology is expected to reach $2.2 trillion by 2020, a 17% jump from $2 trillion in 2017.
This represents an increase of 10% in just one year.
That growth rate is likely to continue this year, IDC predicts, thanks to a number of factors.
The primary one is the rise in cloud computing.
More than 2.5 billion users across all industries use cloud computing, which can potentially save consumers up to 10% on their cloud bills.
Cloud computing has been around since the dawn of computing, but in 2018, we’re witnessing a real change in how we use cloud services.
Companies are increasingly adopting these services to handle large amounts of data, and this has led to a boom in adoption in the cloud.
It also helps explain why the tech sector is growing so fast: more users are accessing these services than ever before.
The growth of cloud computing is not limited to tech companies.
Many companies are using their own data centers, as well as those of partners, to store their data, said Jefferies analyst David Egelko.
In some cases, they’re even moving away from their own servers.
This trend will likely continue as technology companies continue to invest in new data centers.
These include Apple, Amazon, Facebook, Google, Microsoft, IBM, Twitter, VMware, and Yahoo.
These companies are likely to build and operate their own cloud-based data centers as well.
But they’ll likely also continue to leverage existing data centers to store large amounts.
The trend toward cloud computing also continues to expand across other industries.
This includes the health care sector, which will likely see an increase in health IT professionals.
It will also help explain why healthcare providers are using more of their IT infrastructure to manage health and wellness.
The impact of artificial intelligence and machine learning will be another big factor in the industry.
As AI technology continues to improve, it’s expected to dramatically increase the number of jobs that AI-powered solutions can help with.
The number of people working in healthcare will continue to rise as well, and that’s likely to accelerate in the coming years.
There will also be a growing interest in robotics and machine-to-machine automation.
The growth of robots and automation will also continue as the economy shifts away from factory jobs.
However, as this industry becomes more automated, we’ll see fewer people doing factory jobs, which could have negative consequences for the economy.
The shift toward AI and machine intelligence has led many to wonder whether AI is already here, or whether the technology will continue evolving and becoming more sophisticated in the years ahead.
There’s a lot of hype around artificial intelligence, but many experts are worried about the impact this technology will have on the economy and jobs in the long term.
For example, one recent study estimated that as AI becomes more sophisticated, it could lead to a 20% unemployment rate.
If that were to happen, that could hurt the entire economy.
But as technology continues advancing and becoming ever more sophisticated it’s likely that artificial intelligence will only worsen the problem.
As companies move toward AI-driven solutions, the job market for people who don’t have the skills to do the job will continue expanding.
For those who do have those skills, the workforce will continue shrinking, and we’ll likely see fewer jobs.