E-commerce will continue its rise in 2020, making buying things easier than ever. AI will seep into more facets of everyday life, helping automate previously complicated problems related to Internet usage. Cloud services and storage networks will become more standard as well. Websites will be easier to create as coding requirements decline. Overall, 2020 looks to be a year full of opportunities for anyone involved in shopping online, from sellers and buyers to digital marketers. However, industry watchdogs are concerned that more privacy protection will be needed.
Make life simple
Two years from now, over 60 per cent of Thailand’s economy is expected to be digital. Getting all kinds of products and services, from groceries and taxis, to airline tickets and meals delivered to your home, will be increasingly simple and efficient. Moreover, Thailand will focus on fully developing 5G network services. Sectors linked to healthcare and transport in particular are expected to be made more efficient to benefit society, according to the Digital Economy and Society Ministry. The resulting opportunities for e-marketers is unprecedented.
A new survey of stakeholders in data security indicates that almost three-quarters of companies have in place processes for valuing data. However, less than 40 per cent of these firms report that data usage is consistent, significantly reducing the use of data for generating profits and plotting future investments. The amount of data on consumers is increasing dramatically. However, much better privacy protection is needed and industry experts are calling for clearer guidelines and stricter enforcement in order to build public trust.
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