Don Tapscott: How the blockchain is changing money and businessWhat is the blockchain? If you don't know, you should; if you do, chances are you still need some clarification on how it actually works. Don Tapscott is here to help, demystifying this world-changing, trust-building technology which, he says, represents nothing less than the second generation [...]
The Internet of Things: Where should we go from here? There is no question that we’re at a major inflecting point, where major technologies and sciences are maturing in an unprecedented speed and converging together creating massive disruptive forces of change in every aspect of our life and forever. The idea of connecting everything (IoE) […]
Pros and Cons of Public, Private and Hybrid Cloud Computing Cloud computing is something savvy business owners need to implement to stay competitive. According to Wired, analysts predict that both public and private cloud computing will grow faster than 13 percent through 2017, representing a $20 billion annual industry. If your business is not investing […]
7-Eleven just made the first commercial delivery by drone You may soon be able to order a Slurpee without having to leave your home. Drone startup Flirtey recently partnered with convenience store chain 7-Eleven to make the first commercial delivery to a private residence in Reno, Nevada earlier this month.
IBM revenue beats estimates as shift to cloud pays off International Business Machines Corp’s quarterly revenue beat analysts’ expectations as the company’s shift to high-growth areas such as cloud-based services begins to yield results. IBM also stood by its full-year forecast for adjusted earnings of at least $13.50 per share, dispelling any concerns about the […]
Pokemon Go and IBM Watson IoT This weekend saw Michael Hsu, a front-end and back-end developer, and part-time university lecturer in California, win the Best use of Watson award at the AT&T Shape Hackathon in San Francisco. Michael won the hackathon with his app focused on the Pokémon Go game.
The Weather Company to Deliver Crucial Weather Data for Safety and Resource Management Solutions to Underserved Areas Around the World
The Weather Company expands data network to keep people safe IBM Press Room – The Weather Company, an IBM business, announced today they will leverage one of the largest Internet of Things (IoT) platforms in the world to provide critical weather data to millions of people in currently underserved areas.
IT organizations everywhere are struggling to deliver more services in the face of limited budgets. That’s why 65% of CIOs plan to grow their IT capabilities by tapping a managed services provider. Choose the right one by learning the top 10 criteria you should consider first when you read the IBM white paper. Download: Top Ten […]
Cisco Introduces Security Services for Digital Transformation Jon Stanford – July 14, 2016 – 0 Comments Around the world, organizations across all industry segments and markets are faced with the task of adopting digital technologies. Business leaders realize they must begin their digital transformation journey now, or risk fundamental business disruption and, potentially, business obsolescence.
Cisco Prepares Networking Industry for Transformation to Digital-Ready Networks Related Media IBM Aviation is using network programmability to improve how they service the airline industry. In Australia, Deakin University is using network analytics to provide location-based services to students.