Whether you're aware of it or not, artificial intelligence (AI) has already become an integral part of human lives. You interact with AI when you go through your Amazon recommendations or do a Google search. AI has successfully been integrated, too varying degrees, in several essential industries. In this article, we discuss 10 of the most prominent examples of AI in our world today.
Topics: Artificial Intelligence
A legacy application (app) refers to any outdated technology that needs to be replaced or updated. According to a recent study, one-third of all businesses continue using legacy apps that are over a decade old. Also, one-fifth of all companies have specific applications that haven't changed for over 15 years.
There’s a lot that your workplace needs to do to prepare for IoT and automation. Enterprises need to clearly understand their business needs and how IoT and automation can give them real value. Furthermore, enterprises also need to take several security measures when incorporating IoT because the risk of a data breach is particularly high with unsecured IoT networks.
Having the right data at the right place, at the right time, can help you discover market opportunities, improve quality, speed up production or delivery, and help you outmaneuver the competition. The right data can help you do so more efficiently - thus more profitably. The problem with these seemingly simple goals is that they get a lot of lip service without driving action.
For the past couple of years, businesses across the globe have been using Azure Internet of Things (IoT) in the development of groundbreaking applications for various industries. However, ushering a successful digital transformation also means having a deep understanding of our physical world and the interactions between objects, people, and locations.
Technology continues growing at an exponential rate — and so do various technology trends. When it comes to software development, certain trends come around for a few years while some become mainstays of the developmental landscape. In some cases, it’s years before a technology trend can become mainstream — after it has been adopted by enough industries. In this article, we discuss the next big trends in software development.
In recent years, there has been an explosion of the amount of data being generated by all organizations across the globe. As such, manually handling all of the operational processes and workflow isn’t just a herculean task, it’s an impossibility. Manufacturers and businesses no longer have an option — they have to go digital.
Large organizations and companies are always trying to find better means to handle data efficiently. You have team members who are constantly creating files and documents, customers whose behaviors are being monitored, and technologies that are performing complex analysis.
Technological advancement has reached such a point that there is an abundance of websites and mobile applications out there for nearly everything and everyone. The online space is so saturated that no one wants to spend any more time than absolutely necessary trying to access a website or application.
Topics: Application Development
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.