We’re here to predict what most of these dull top ten predictions will be. You won’t believe number 5!
1) Something something Internet of Things
2) Yadda yadda Blockchain
3) Blah Blah AR/VR
4) Yawn AI/bots
5) Zzzzz Security something or other
6) Hmmm Quantum computing
7) Meh Digital giants will self-disrupt
8) Yeah yeah People-centric
9) Etc etc Big data
10) And so on and so on and so on Cloud stuff
So, there you have it. We guarantee you every tech prediction article you’ll read between now and January 1st 2018 will contain at least one of the above Cliche Predictions. If you find a top ten without at least one of the Hyve Top Ten Tech Cliche Predictions in, contact us and we’ll send you a crisp five-pound note. *
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