The youngest managers are the recipients of the event artificial intelligence (AI). The digital infrastructure report Build intelligence in your business of Colt Technology Services revealed that IT leaders between 25 and 34 years old are the most likely to implement this technology.
They do this in many areas of business, from risk management, marketing and human resources to fraud detection, service or product delivery and R&D practice.
When other age groups are examined, it is known that technology managers between 35 and 44 years lead the implementation of personal applications and strengthening security. Those in the 45-54 age group are likely to turn to AI in particular selling And practice,
It is worth noting that the majority (91%) of companies are looking at adopting AI in some form. By the end of 2022 that number will be only 33%.
Keri Gilder, CEO of Colt Technology Services, decided that “2023 will be remembered as the year generative AI went mainstream, dominating conversations in coffee shops, at home, and at work.”
Therefore, Colt decided to refocus the report on digital infrastructure “to track the massive impact of AI on businesses. In all that insights “From this exciting study,” Gilder analyzed, “for me the most important thing is the emergence of intelligent digital infrastructure as a driver of progressive companies.”
Until a 92% of IT leaders have already invested in smart digital infrastructure or intend to to do this. This is where generative AI comes in, in addition to other elements such as control from any device or predictive maintenance.
Spain is the country that sees the biggest increase in spending in this area for the next twelve months: 23% compared to 17% on average. This will allow the development of issues such as business effectiveness, talent retention, security, time spent, optimizing spending, entering new markets, customer experience and meeting ESG goals.
“We have reached a decisive moment, as companies turn to their network to solve strategic business challenges. Digital infrastructure is no longer a way to connect A to B, but the economic engine world,” said Keri.