Long ago, bulky computing data was a menace because it used to occupy so much space, owing to the physical facilities employed such as paper and floppy disks. Over time, many industries and companies started to seek better storage setup, and virtual internet storage (the “cloud”) was the best solution. Apart from the IT industry… Continue reading Cloud infrastructure for businesses
Think of small nodes of economic activity, local economies, that are connected to each other through lines of information and communication and resource sharing. Rather than a large controlling center with outward thrusts of power and control, in a democratized economy both risk and reward is spread out over interconnecting economies. Multiply these same communicating… Continue reading Internet platforms democracy for economies
According to the GMSA, the association that represents the interests of mobile operators worldwide, 1.8 billion 5G connections will be achieved by 2025. The Internet of Things will have truly arrived on a new network. Former FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler: “In a 5G world, the Internet of Everything will be fully realized; everything that can be… Continue reading 5G Use Cases
When companies are wondering whether or not to go through the most basic stage of the digital transformation, moving from paperwork documents to digital document management systems, there are often a lot of fears about how implementation and unfamiliarity with the new system will slow down productivity and potentially confuse the staff. However, the same… Continue reading Paperless office and document management systems
Artificial neural networks have given AIs the functionality for complex problem solving and pattern recognition, and they have entered the workforce, particularly in areas of big data analysis and global finance. As we begin to interact with and study these new learning machines, interesting questions arise concerning unbiased decisions. Are they going to take on… Continue reading Do artifical networks make unbiased decisions?