If you know what your organization is going to stand for, for the next 12 months, then you are well on your way to making your own mantra. And it does not have to be linked to the name of any particular technology.
Investors are seeing a very high proportion of business plans that leverage AI/ML – to the point where many do not point out that they use AI/ML; they simply refer to applications in slides towards the middle of the presentation. Something that is representative of the ubiquity of AI/ML and a trend that we are excitedly embracing.
The hype about hyperconverged infrastructure is causing technology leaders to rethink their data architecture strategies. This blog explains when businesses should adopt HCI, and when they shouldn’t.
Hyper- Availability of data 24*7*365 becomes critical for survival in the digital disruption era. A robust plan for business continuity is critical too, as businesses rely heavily on data and applications to drive their business and increase customer engagement.
Wi-Fi as a service is helping build smarter workplaces for businesses big and small. Wireless is now the primary, mission-critical network for employees and their customers, and a platform fuelling innovation and disruptive business models.
IoT and AI will bring large and diverse data sets that will result in new challenges. Here’s how organizations can leverage these technologies to become data driven.
Unless you make resiliency a priority, your data and reputation will remain at risk in digitization world, says Ashish Thapar of Verizon Enterprise Solutions
Mobile supercomputing. Drones. Intelligent Robots. Self-Driven Cars. Blockchain. Virtual Assistants relying on AI. Neuro-technological brain enhancements. Genetic editing. Precision Medicines. The evidence of this dramatic change is all around us and it’s happening at an exponential speed.
In the real world no one keeps the keys of a treasure along with the lock. However, this principle is easily forgotten in the virtual world while using encryption.
GDPR is applicable to the processing of personal data in the context of the activities of an establishment of a controller or a processor in the European Union, regardless of whether the processing takes place in the Union or not, writes Mumbai-based advocate and cyber law expert, Puneet Bhasin.