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Technology trends 2024, Hitachi Vantara forecast

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Technology trends 2024, Hitachi Vantara forecast

Salvatore Turchetti, Country Manager & General Manager Hitachi Vantara Italiaand Marco Tesini, VP & GM Western Europe Hitachi Vantara, illustrate the main technological trends of 2024.

Salvatore Turchetti’s predictions on the technological trends of 2024

The intersection of trustworthy data and eXplainable AI

The basis of the success of AI applications lies in the quality of the data that powers them. For 2024, the need of reliable and accurate data sources and the development of the so-called eXplainable AI. That is, an approach that aims to make decisions taken by artificial intelligence algorithms understandable to human beings. As businesses increasingly rely on AI, knowing the source and path of data becomes paramount. Furthermore, the integration of private data into AI models, guaranteeing their security, will represent a significant trend, which will favor the transition to a more prudent and responsible use of AI.

Generative AI: from hype to reality

2024 will be a decisive year for Generative AI, which will move from being a “fad trend” to real applications. However, the real challenge is expected to be leveraging this technology to make strategic decisions in real life.

The democratization of digital (AI + IoT) will create new application scenarios

The democratization of digital technology heralds the development of new and unpredictable usage scenarios, making AI and IoT increasingly accessible, easy to use and within everyone’s reach.

Technology trends of 2024

Specifically, we can observe how all this availability and ease of access favors innovation in various fields, emphasizing the value of knowledge of the sector with respect to technical skills. ChatGPT, for example, represents a significant advance as it offers a no-code approach to using AI, allowing even experts without expertise to coding to develop unique applications.

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Instead Marco Tesini thinks that…

The cloud as an operating model

In 2024 we will see a significant change in the perception of cloud computing. Gone are the days when the public cloud was considered a mandatory option and we will increasingly look at the cloud as an ecosystem. The cloud will in fact be an operating model that will offer even greater agility, cost-effectiveness and scalability.

Hybrid cloud sustainability is now a necessity

Over the past few years, business leaders have shown increasing commitment to reduce its environmental footprint, focusing on optimizing the use of resources and improving the efficiency of data centers. Research conducted in 2023 by Hitachi Vantara found that nearly 4 in 5 IT leaders/C-Level executives have developed plans to achieve net-zero carbon emissions.

The priorities

While 60% said that creating eco-friendly data centers is one priority absolute. As businesses increasingly rely on hybrid cloud solutions for their IT needs, these technologies must contribute to a sustainable future. In 2024, therefore, the sustainability of the hybrid cloud will move from a “nice to have” strategy to an absolute necessity due to its real business implications.

Hitachi Vantara illustrates the technological trends of 2024

Il ride the sustainability of the hybrid cloud will include a series of actions. Data center infrastructure and data management practices will be reviewed to reduce unnecessary resource consumption. In particular, it is about eliminate “hot spots” and excessive use of energy, to optimize cooling systems and correctly eliminate electrical waste. Enterprises will therefore increasingly implement strategies to intelligently manage workloads in their hybrid cloud setups to reduce energy consumption.

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A concrete commitment

This transformation will not only align with business objectives, but will dramatically reduce energy costs and streamline data management operations. This will help improve efficiency, protect resources and substantially reduce environmental impact.

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