Today regulation-compliant data processing is a major challenge, driven by regulatory bodies across the world. In this blog post, we analyzed data transfer regulations from the perspective of GDPR and discussed key research challenges for including compliance aspects in federated data processing. Compliance is at the core of our blossom data platform. In the next blog post, we will discuss how Databloom's blossom data platform addresses some of the aforementioned challenges and ensures regulation-compliant data processing across multiple clouds, Geo-locations, and data platforms.
E-health refers to health services and information delivered through the Internet and related technologies.
An electronic health record (EHR) is a prime example of e-health. It is a digital version of a patient’s health chart. EHRs are real-time, patient-centered records that make information available instantly and securely to users.
5G is a new global wireless standard after 3G, and 4G networks. It enables a new kind of network that is designed to connect together virtually everyone and everything, including machines, objects, and devices.
Multi-cloud is an approach that uses two or more cloud computing platforms to execute diverse tasks.
A multi-cloud environment could be all-public, all-private, or a combination of both.
DevOps removes the barriers between teams and operations so that they can work together across a software application. It increases an organization’s ability to deliver application and services faster than traditional software development processes.
Digital transformation uses technology to reimagine business processes and customer experiences to meet the requirement of changing markets.
Voice-as-User Interface is a speech recognition technology that allows people to interact with a computer, smartphone or other device through voice commands. Apple’s Siri, Amazon’s Alexa, Google’s Assistant and Microsoft’s Cortana are prime examples of VUIs.
This technology uses voice as the primary mode of communication allowing users to initiate automated services and execute everyday tasks faster and better.
Edge computing is the practice of capturing, storing, processing and analysing data near the service consumers or data sources, instead of in a centralized data-processing warehouse. Hence, the data is stored at intermediate points at the ‘edge’ of the network, rather than at the central server or data centre.
Edge computing is not part of a cloud system. Instead, edge complements cloud computing but does not replace it.
Cryptocurrencies are increasingly popular digital currencies and an alternative for online payments. To use cryptocurrencies, one needs to have a crypto wallet. This wallet can be software that is a cloud-based service or stored on a computer or mobile device. A wallet is also a tool through which encryption keys are stored to confirm your identity.
A firewall is a network security device that monitors incoming and outgoing network traffic and decides whether to allow or block specific traffic, based on a defined set of security rules.
A firewall acts as a barrier between an internal trusted network and outside connections, such as the Internet.
XaaS recognizes the vast number of products, tools and technologies that vendors now deliver to users as a service over a network — typically the internet — rather than provide locally or on-site within an enterprise.
Prime examples of Xaas are Communication as a Service (CaaS) and Healthcare as a Service (HaaS). CaaS allows a business to access a variety of communication tools and applications as needed. HaaS allows for easier sharing of crucial information, online consultations, prescription deliveries, and other important services.
SaaS is a method of software delivery that allows data to be accessed from any device with an internet connection and a web browser. In this web-based model, software vendors host and maintain the servers, databases, and the code that makes up an application.
Augmented reality (AR) enhances the real-world setting by morphing the physical environment into a visual one and projecting graphics such as characters and pictures through the user’s phone camera. Through AR, users can control their presence in the real world through a smartphone or another device that supports AR
A blockchain is a digital transaction record. The term derives from the structure of the database, in which individual records, known as blocks, are connected in a single list known as a chain. Blockchains are used to record transactions involving cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin and have a wide range of additional-applications.
Virtual reality (VR) is a computer-generated simulation in which a person may interact with an artificial three-dimensional world via the use of electrical equipment such as special eyewear with a screen or gloves equipped with sensors. The user can enjoy a realistic-feeling experience in this simulated artificial world.