As more attention is focused on fighting climate change, green technology is catching another breath from a new cash infusion.
Enterprises and organizations always work to improve and mitigate how they respond to challenges and make their businesses agile at the center of every business organization that aims to remain relevant. Big data is transforming how enterprises are viewing and responding to problems they face daily. Consequently, big data plays a critical role in shaping businesses’ strategic policy for the short term and future.
When you hire a marketing consultant, you don’t necessarily expect to wind up discussing your life’s purpose. Yet, that is what Spanish marketing expert and entrepreneur Alex Barrera often ends up doing with startup founders who hire him to help improve their pitch. They think they are going to get help convincing investors, and they do, but the byproduct of the process is that they reframe their startup’s vision.
Getting a career in information technology (IT) sector is generally something that can ensure that you would always have some kind of gainful employment that you can end up relying on, and the good news here is that you can always figure out which field would be the best for you to enter based on how fast it is growing.
Robotics. Just the mere mention of the word conjures up images of humanoids in science fiction movies with awkward speech patterns. But that stereotype has long gone. Many companies, including ING, have embraced the robotics revolution by introducing software robots that can automate monotonous, manual processes.
Goodbye AI theater, hello to solving real operations and revenue challenges. Artificial intelligence and data experts say so much has happened in the past two years that it’s time to reexamine your AI strategy
Last week, the Seoul Metropolitan Government announced that its city-wide public IoT network (Internet of Things) is on track to be completed by 2023, reported Korea Biz Wire. The operating platform is planned to be established at City Hall by the end of 2021.
As the risks of connected devices increase, organizations must evaluate and strengthen their product protections with training, pen testing and device maintenance plans.
It’s safe to say our world has changed over the last year. How we shop, work, and socialise has been reimagined in a multitude of different ways so that we can carry on throughout national and regional lockdowns. Many of these changes will disappear once COVID-19 is a memory. But others are here to stay.
The banking ecosystem continues to evolve, with several emerging themes that will play significant roles in the transformation of both new and traditional financial services businesses. These trends should provide the foundation for strategic planning and for the prioritizing of investments in the near term.
The future is bright for companies that use Big Data and analytics in this cut-throat competitive market. People are generating more than 2.5 Qn bytes of real-time data due to globalization and digital transformation in the tech-driven era.
Few issues divide well respected investors as much as cryptocurrency. To hear many classic value investors tell it, crypto is Bernie Madoff with the added dimension of wasting electricity and facilitating seedy criminal activities.
Buying off-the-shelf AI (Artificial Intelligence) software is a good first step for those companies that are new to the technology. There should be little need to make investments in technical infrastructure or to hire expensive data sciences.
According to a 2020 report by Palo Alto Networks, 98% of IoT data traffic is unencrypted. This statistic is mind boggling given what we know about the risks. To appreciate the scope of this problem, it is vital to understand encryption is only a single link in a long chain needed to secure IoT, data, and our world.
Enterprise organizations run clouds. Public cloud computing services are provided by Cloud Service Providers (CSPs) from their datacenter HQs, with other clouds ‘instances’ also residing in on-premises servers as private instances, some of which will form bridging points to hybrid clouds, which are clearly a combination of the two.