Unlimited computing capacity in the cloud and real-time analytics capabilities enables manufacturers to access new insights and build systems of intelligence like never before. Forward-thinking manufacturers are looking to use these capabilities to optimize their supply chain and production operations, engage their customers in powerful new ways, transform their services and products, and empower their employees through customer insights.
Companies across the globe are moving to Cloud IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service) providers to meet all of their business needs in a rapidly expanding virtual space. There are a number of reasons why companies are making this move such as flexible storage needs, easy accessibility for everyone, lower operational costs and higher efficiency, and various others.
It is important that modern businesses stay constantly updated by taking into account the web trends and requirements of their customers. 2019 brings maturation to several modern technologies, below are a few trends that your likely to see more of in 2019:
A company’s digital transformation journey to enterprise mobility is an important step as it streamlines the process flow within an organization and provides the applications users with crucial functionality and data. Properly designed these applications provide an incredible user experience, which drives an excellent adoption rate.
Did you know that the term “Smart Building” actually dates back to the 1980s? The term was coined when the prospect of networking and connectivity opened up new avenues on what could be achieved. In the modern digital age, the term “smart building” has come to be associated with the Internet of Things (IoT) and Artificial Intelligence (AI).IoT and AI can be used to develop a strong connection between the cloud system and the physical world. It can help us create a virtual model of all the people, spaces, and objects that will be present within the physical space, thus allowing us to better optimize the space and meet people’s needs, ensuring enhanced productivity and customer satisfaction.
A small example of how smart buildings can help employees in a commercial building would be to take the example of the thermostat. How many times a week do you (or someone around you) comment on the temperature? In offices, one of the greatest battles that employees fight amongst themselves is over the thermostat because different people have different temperature requirements. Furthermore, due to sunlight, shades, etc, different areas in the office have different temperatures. Consistency in temperature across an office building is nearly impossible. However, with Smart Building, the temperature can be automated so that you experience the optimal temperature at all points and there are no hot or cold pockets in the office.
While the aforementioned example is just a single form of utility for smart buildings, their utility actually goes a lot wider. In this article, we’ll explore what the future of smart buildings looks like.
The world of business must grapple with a constant stream of data and information. In this digital age, the amount of information being generated on a daily basis is constantly growing as companies continue to bring more of their operations online. In order to provide results to stakeholders and optimize operations, it’s important to analyze and aggregate all of that data.
Over the coming years, the world of technology and application development is likely to see a disruption as artificial intelligence and blockchain technology evolve. Furthermore, data management and analytics trends will also advance over the coming years.
If you’re a newbie in the world of programming, you’ll likely come across a number of terms and words that make no sense to you. In order to become a proficient programmer, you need to learn how to speak the correct language which includes words like back-end, API, GitHub that should become a regular part of your everyday vocabulary.
Over the past couple of years, the field of Artificial Intelligence has been expanding at a frenetic pace. It seems like every industry in the world — gaming, manufacturing, agriculture, health-care, logistics, etc — are hustling to incorporate AI solutions to enhance their customer experience and productivity. Many of the major AI solutions that will have the largest impact on our lives haven’t gone mainstream yet. But regardless of whether AI-driven smartphones or autonomous cars get to the finishing line first, it’s clear that we’re at the advent of the AI era.
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