Personal technologies will help organizations execute digital business initiatives.
Gartner identified the top 10 personal technologies supporting digital business outcomes in the next two to three years on the basis of the adoption scope, effectiveness in projects and impact on user experience. The top three personal technologies that will drive the most impact on projects outcomes are virtual personal assistants (VPAs), machine learning (ML)/artificial intelligence (AI) and immersive technology (augmented reality [AR], virtual reality [VR] and mixed reality [MR]). Technology leaders should consider incorporating the top 10 personal technologies into their strategic plans to help their organizations execute digital business initiatives.
Gartner clients can learn more about how personal technologies will help organizations execute digital business initiatives in Top 10 Personal Technologies to Support Digital Business.
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