The number of conferences, congresses, exhibitions, seminars and other events related to the Internet of Things is growing each year. Their geographic scope and scale are expanding as well. This can be explained by the fact that the IoT market is evolving: many industries deploy IoT projects; various products are being modernized and reshaped using smart technologies; people prefer utilizing connected devices in everyday life for communication, entertainment, healthcare, etc. Moreover, there are serious security challenges that occur together with these innovations.
The soaring amount of leaked personal information has caused an increase in fraud and extortion. To minimize the threat, a new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will come into effect on May 25, 2018. The regulation will supersede the Data Protection Directive that has been governing information security since 1995.
The amount of information people face in their everyday life and the volume of data they need to process at work have recently soared. By 2025, the data volume is predicted to reach staggering 163 ZB — ten times what people generate now. When information processing becomes an overreach for the human brain, tools that convert chaotic and patternless data into valuable insights come to the rescue. These tools are Big Data visualization software.
The term “artificial intelligence” was coined in 1956 by an American computer scientist John McCarthy, the founder of the discipline. Until recently, it had only been the subject of science fiction movies and people’s imagination. Today, artificial intelligence is a hot topic, as it has become a part of our daily lives. It is not only about creating robots that imitate human behavior (as most people used to think). AI comprises a set of smart technologies that are able to learn, analyze, conclude, solve problems and make decisions, thus outperforming people in various tasks.
Every company, no matter what services or goods it produces, has to deal with three most important values: time, price and quality. These are three pillars for clients when they choose something to buy. They want either a quick delivery, or a reasonable price, or excellent quality. Obviously, there’s no technology to provide these values in one product simultaneously; clients can expect two of them at best. For most customers, when asked about the importance of these values, it usually comes down to quality.
A long-time provider of content management services, SaM Solutions is pleased to inform that SDL has recently launched SDL Tridion DX (Digital Experience). The vendor has taken this measure to revitalise its web content management system (WCMS) that more than 3,600 of websites currently use all over the world. Also, they intend to provide keen and tough competition to permanent leaders of the content management market – Sitecore and Adobe.
Software testing is considered to be an integral part of the development process. It is carried out to identify any system malfunctions and ensure that a defective product doesn’t reach clients. Another testing goal is to assure the customer that the developed product fully conforms to the agreed specifications and meets all the requirements.
Recently, the volume of information that the human brain has to process has been ratcheting up, and 90% of existing information has been created since 2012. Because of continuous technological development, the volume of information is expected to morph into an information tsunami, and to handle it, numerous data processing software has been developed.
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