Sergey Kartashov (Sergejs Kartasovs): The most demanded IT trends in 2022

What are the perspectives to invest in the IT sector in the upcoming year? What is the best solution for it: Cloud technology, Decision Intelligence, or Enterprise Software? Generally, the predictions are not always accurate. Sergey Kartashov (Sergejs Kartasovs), an IT investor and the Senior Partner at technology company Roosh, speaks about the leading IT trends in 2022.

Artificial intelligence

The COVID-19 pandemic affected many tendencies and forced some to faster growth. So, many approaches by intelligent and automated solutions were adapted. Sergey Kartashov notices that the optimization of various models like virtual assistants, online translators, mobile applications, payment systems, money transfers, digital service delivery models, and Service Receipt models have simplified everyday life and have brought much convenience. According to IDC experts, European spending on AI will exceed $50 billion over the next four years.

The new intersectional discipline of data science, social sciences, and management reveals more opportunities to transform information into best practice at any level.  Artificial Intelligence for decision-making will be widely used by companies in order to increase their competitiveness in the market. Sergey Kartashov exemplifies the financial consulting firm Morgan Stanley that utilizes an AI-based wealth management platform. Another example of Decision Intelligence is Lloyds Banking Group which applies DI technologies to analyze customer behavior, foresee their needs and problems, and customize their products and services.

Cloud Technologies

This trend is gaining more recognition among reputable companies worldwide. According to experts, by mid-2022, they will switch to cloud infrastructure—services and storage. Compared with the “pre-covid” period, CEOs and business owners are willing to advance the digital resilience and business continuity of their organizations.  Sergey Kartashov highlights that serverless computing is already used in such directions as finance, media, medicine, and social networks. This model is famous for companies Amazon, Netflix, Facebook, Slack, and Zoom.

Corporate software

According to statistics, 70% of Forbes Global 2000 companies intend to provide employees with the hybrid work mode. It involves an opportunity to work synchronously in real time without being at the office. Experts estimate that by 2023, 75% of organizations using remote or hybrid workforce models will have 25% more revenue compared to their competitors. Consequently, Kartashov underlines that the cost of corporate software will grow.


Cybersecurity is highly important for both users and companies. With the growth of IT development, the number of cyberattacks has also increased. According to a Gartner survey of 2,387 IT global leaders, 66% of them aim to increase spending on digital security. In 2022, they will actively tailor both software and hardware that consolidate sensitive data protection and more complex systems. Sergey Kartashov (Sergejs Kartasovs) exemplifies Cybersecurity Mesh which reduces risks from potential cyber intruders by 90% on average in accordance with analysts.

Mobile tendency

The investor emphasizes the last trend that has gained momentum, specifically in the gaming industry. Experts predict that by 2025 the number of mobile gamers will increase to 2.2 billion. Moreover, according to a Newzoo study, by 2023, mobile game developers will have earned over $100 billion, comprising half of the revenue of the entire gaming industry.

In conclusion, the IT area remains promising and prosperous in forthcoming years according to its positive influence on the business, financial, medical, and educational sectors.