New technology and start-up companies are popping up nearly everywhere and it can be difficult to sift through new trends to determine what may be beneficial for your business. The following new technology trends have emerged above the rest and are looking at a bright future in terms of investment.
Cloud Storage and Software
Companies looking to store lots of information no longer need to rely on high-maintenance, expensive hardware, but can utilize cloud services including cloud storage and software in order to meet the demands of business without breaking the bank.
Gadgets that serve more than one purpose aren’t just a decorative showpiece, but a solid investment choice. By choosing technology that isn’t exclusive to one task, businesses of all sizes can save money, time and space and the possibilities range from standard office equipment to advanced medical technology. A great example would be an office transition that allows employees to merge their desktops and laptops with a switch to tablets, which involves cutting back on the quantity of electronics in the office without sacrificing utility.
The popularity of 3-D printing is on the rise and for good reason. There is dramatic opportunity for companies to utilize the technology for the production of consumer and industrial goods. With prices falling, these printers can be worth the investment by boosting productivity in the workplace and decreasing labor and materials costs.
Adaptable and “intelligent” machines and equipment are paving the way for the next era of IT. According to the Top 10 Strategic Technology Trends for 2015 from Forbes, “machine helpers” are predicted to become more advanced and integrated into daily personal and commercial life.
Whatever your business is looking to invest in, Tiger Leasing is here to help with technology equipment leases. Our variety of leasing programs offer flexibility and affordability, enabling your company to obtain what you need and accomplish your goals. Contact us for more information and connect with us on Facebook, Twitter and Google+.