Evolving technologies, increased digital connectivity, cyber risk, geopolitical tensions, climate change, supply chain disruption and changing markets are shaping government policies, regulation and legal risk in relation to the use of data and technology.
This legal, economic and political landscape is informing board agendas and investment approaches as businesses review and re-focus their digital strategies.
We look at the key data and technology trends to watch in 2023.
In part 1 we look at digital regulation and strategy, including evolving frameworks for digital assets, services and markets, and at trends impacting cyber security and operational resilience, generative AI and international data flows.
In part 2 we cover trends affecting tech markets and supply chains, including net zero tech, semiconductors, space tech, the industrial metaverse, gaming and esports, tech M&A, digital capital markets, telecoms and digital infrastructure.