We can never thank technology enough for helping us pass through a tough period like 2020. Technology has advanced a lot during this period and here are 3 predictions and trends that are likely to follow in 2021. Let’s have a look.


As people started trusting algorithms, blockchain’s time has come to rise in trends as it’s literally based on algorithms. With the increase in online financial products, decentralized finance will continue to grow other the next few years. However, it must be focused on balancing between decentralization, security, and scalability. As government bodies and some of the world’s largest companies like Google are leveraging blockchain for their activities (take Google Cloud who is taking steps to become a network block producer to ensure that public blockchain information is secure) in the recent future, using blockchain might feel a bit edgy.

Customer e-Learning experience

Following the huge requirement for digital solutions during the COVID-19 pandemic and lockdown, companies are focusing more on the Learning Management System for more complex eCommerce solutions like consumer electronics, automotive, software and taking a digital-first approach. This is to ensure that the employees can meet the goals of their specific learning experience in order to provide customers with an instructive solution. Even though in-person shopping and in-person learning is getting back to normal, the e-learning experiences will continue to grow in popularity as companies will need to enhance their e-commerce and post-purchase experiences for the customers which will open new opportunities.

Cloud-based tech

Efficient Work From Home experience during the pandemic was only possible due to cloud-technologies and workspace applications. The potential of these applications will show more growth in 2021 and beyond, as per predictions. According to a Cloud Computing Report, “Cloud-native technology will continue to power digital transformation. By the end of 2021, 60 percent of companies will leverage containers on public cloud platforms and 25 percent of developers will leverage serverless, according to predictions from ForresterNow Predictions 2021,”


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