New demands inevitably impact trending technologies and result in creating novel solutions. Some of the trends have been there for some time already, but keep developing and transforming according to ever-changing business and customer needs in the public health industry. So, what are these trends, and how does healthcare use them to enhance patient outcomes, customer satisfaction, and administrative workflows?
Needless to say, 2021 is all about online shopping. Astonishingly, the breakout of COVID-19 made possible the ten years of e-Commerce development in merely 90 days. At present, the industry is at the heights of growth and expected to break all the past records in the near future. The hype of new trends in the e-Commerce world, regardless of the niche, says it all.
A couple of months ago Microsoft announced .NET 5 release as the first step to achieve .NET unification. Microsoft’s goal is to have a single set of tools, APIs, and languages you can use across multiple platforms. On February 17th the tech giant announced a release of a .NET 6 Preview 1 as the next step of a big .NET utilization plan.
Consumers have a plethora of e-commerce sites to choose from for their online shopping needs. There are the heavyweights like Amazon and Flipkart to standalone online retailers. Being successful among the many e-commerce service providers can get difficult in the cutthroat competition.
At July 20, 2015 Microsoft announced the release of Visual Studio 2015 RTM. This Release to Manufacturing (RTM) of Visual Studio includes many new features and updates, such as tools for Universal Windows app development, cross-platform mobile development for iOS, Android, and Windows, including Xamarin, Apache Cordova, Unity, and more.
This overview is based on relevant trend reports and on the outcomes of a trend workshop carried out in the course of drafting development plan, which focused on the significance of key technology trends of Estonia. The list of trends is not exhaustive and serves as a starting point for further analysis.