By Kathy Chapman
Fall is here, and as we say goodbye to summer vacations it is time to look ahead to one of the busiest times of the year. Everyone is heading back to the office (or the home office, as the case may be), and trying to get back into the swing of things after a few weeks soaking up some sunshine. But we all know that when it comes to digital, there is no summer vacation. The technology we use continues to advance at incredible speeds, and consumer and business behavior reacts accordingly. Here are the major digital trends that you need to know about this winter.
Remote Working Is Here To Stay
At this point, it feels like everyone can finally draw a line under the whole question of whether or not remote working is sustainable. While there are plenty of companies out there that have insisted that their employees come back in full time, for the most part we are seeing hybrid working emerging as the most effective compromise. Workers want to work from home wherever possible, especially given the rising cost of living, and the technology is getting better and better. Expect to see more digital software aimed at helping businesses juggle their workflows for employees both in and out of the office.
Cryptocurrency Is Not Going Anywhere
For as long as cryptocurrency has been around, there have always been people who are only too happy to say that it is a flash in the pan. But the fact is that cryptocurrency is still incredibly popular and there are far more currencies out there than Bitcoin. One of the biggest challenges to new cryptocurrency traders and investors is finding the right platform to do their business, especially if you want to ensure that you get the best rates possible for your transaction. If you want to change ETH to USDT, for example, it is important to find a platform that makes it easy to buy and hold Tether. Paxful is about making financial services accessible and secure and offers resources to help beginners.
AI Tech Continues To Be Crucial For Business
For a long time, it seemed like AI technology was something for the biggest corporations and cutting-edge entrepreneurs. Today, AI tech has emerged as a crucial component for every business, regardless of size or sector. Many consumers engage on AI tech on a daily basis without even realizing it, but it is there making their transactions smoother and online searches more personalized. As we head into what is going to be a tough autumn for businesses, with rising prices and continuing consumer caution, AI tech is going to be crucial for minimizing unnecessary losses in both time and money. It can be used to create better digital marketing campaigns, combing through enormous amounts of data in seconds. It can be used to engage visitors to your website to minimize the number of people bouncing away. It is only going to become more critical.