This survey was designed to help us understand the current attitudes of business leaders towards emerging technologies and evaluate how these attitudes are likely to evolve over the next three years. The results also give us a view of actual adoption levels of select emerging technologies in organizations across industries and geographies, as well as reasons for that adoption.
This report provides a snapshot of current attitudes of business leaders towards emerging technologies.
It gives a view of actual adoption levels of select emerging technologies across industries and geographies, as well as reasons for that adoption.
It highlights emerging technology trends and uses key metrics to assess how enterprises are preparing for digital disruption.
It looks at the impact of COVID-19 on business performance and provides insight into the technologies that have helped organizations survive the pandemic
While cybersecurity is important to all sectors, other emerging technologies are not. Business leaders should focus on technologies that make processes more efficient, cut costs, and assist with business development.
Filipe Oliveira, Senior Analyst at GlobalData, comments:
“When the pandemic hit, businesses across the globe told their staff to work from home. While this move helped protect employees from being infected with COVID-19, it increased the risk of phishing and cyberattacks.”
Reasons to buy
This in-depth survey of global business leaders give a clear insight into their views on emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence, cloud computing, cybersecurity, and the Internet of Things. It also offers recommendations for enterprises on how to get the most from their emerging technology investments, and for technology vendors selling emerging technology products and services.
Table of Contents
The impact of COVID-19
Technology understanding and sentiment
Readiness for digital disruption
Implementing emerging technologies
Conclusions and recommendations
Backgorund, objectives, and survey design
Survey demographics and methodology