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New BeginningsThe New Year is a new beginning for all of us.  Anything is possible – including recovery. You can find meaningful help and professional support as Spring Gardens Recovery in the Tampa area. One of the most innovative drug detox centers in Florida, Spring Gardens offers an integrated approach to recovery that draws on traditional western medicine as well as innovative therapies and Eastern philosophies to provide a Florida detox experience unlike the others.


If you are having a hard time believing in the possibilities, consider these predictions from leading business executives and entrepreneurs collected by Inc.com!


According to Billy Bosworth, CEO of DataStax, a provider of data management for geo-distributed/real-time applications that power the right-now enterprise, corporate America will increase its role in the spheres of politics and society.  “Next year is the year we will start confronting, on a much deeper level, the role of business in our culture and society,” he told Inc.com. “Corporate influence on political, legal, and social environments will be front and center. We saw this in 2017 with tech companies advocating for a variety of social and political positions and often taking strong, vocal leadership roles in many cultural issues. In 2018, this will become more mainstream and pervasive across industries. In 2018, we will have to answer the question: what exactly is the role corporations play in molding our culture, as well as our political and legal systems?”


Inc.com says that Dheeraj Pandey, founder and CEO of Nutanix, an enterprise cloud computing company, believes that the tech industry will continue its transformation into an experience business. “In 2018 the technology industry will increasingly realize that to be a leader you can’t just offer your customers products, software or services anymore. You have to offer them simple, frictionless, flexible and — most importantly — delightful experiences,” he said. The tech market leaders already realize this. Apple, Amazon, Google and Facebook are leaders because they transform and improve the way their customers communicate, listen, watch, shop, work, play and live. They deliver unique, unequalled experiences to their customers. Consumer and business technology companies who understand this, and have the velocity, innovation and ecosystems needed to continuously create new, captivating experiences for their customers will thrive in 2018. And those that do not will eventually fall by the wayside.”


Ajeet Singh, founder and CEO of ThoughtSpot, a provider of search-driven analytics in the enterprise, said, “Next year, we’re going to see companies from every sector doubling down on their most important asset: trust. And for good reason. From fake news and foreign ads on social media potentially impacting our election to the massive data breach at Equifax, trust in technology took a serious beating this year. So while some of the most transformative technology in decades, like autonomous cars or blockchain, is poised to go mainstream next year, companies, or at least the successful ones, are going to do everything in their power to put trust front and center. If your users don’t trust your tech, it doesn’t matter how cool or transformative it is. It’s dead in the water.”


Eric Yuan, founder and CEO of Zoom, a provider of modern enterprise video communications, is focused on artificial intelligence (AI).  “In 2018, AI features will play an integral role in virtual communications, and as a result, it will surpass in-person communications in terms of user experience and productivity. Artificial intelligence capabilities such as smart transcription, virtual personal assistants, and voice recognition will support smart video meetings that will become the communications standard,” he said.


According to Craig Walker, founder and CEO of Dialpad, a pure cloud communications provider that empowers today’s anywhere worker, it’s time to think small.  “In 2018, technology companies are going to ditch the buzzword ‘cloud’ in favor of the next big trend in IT: microservices. This is where companies will increasingly look to scale by essentially breaking up their IT and thinking smaller and using more SDN (software defined networking) and NFV (network function virtualization) type approaches,” he told Inc.com. “By doing the exact opposite of what enterprises have historically been doing up until the disruption of digital technology, we’re going to see the concept of microservices take on a whole new life form, as enterprise ecosystems continue to grow. Enterprises should also take note fast–moving to smaller applications makes it much easier to scale and decreases risk, while increasing efficiencies.”


Make 2018 the year something truly incredible happens. Make it the year you conquer your drug or alcohol addiction!


Just north of Tampa, you will find a Florida detox center that offers a unique, holistic approach to recovery.  Spring Gardens Recovery treatment center in Florida offers a blend of amenities and services designed to heal the mind body, and soul. Whether you have been researching drug or alcohol detox centers, you will find a safe, secure, and eminently comfortable environment where healing occurs at Spring Gardens.


About the Author

Kelly Fitzgerald Kelly Fitzgerald is a sober writer based in Southwest Florida who is best known for her personal blog The Adventures of a Sober Señorita. Her work has been published across the web including sites like The Huffington Post, Thought Catalog, Ravishly, SheKnows, Elite Daily, The Fix, Brit + Co, Addiction Unscripted and AfterPartyMagazine. She is currently writing a memoir.

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