If you know anything about Bitcoin, there’s a good chance you’ve also heard about its underlying technology: Blockchain. Blockchain is the technology behind cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, enabling peer-to-peer digital cash systems where users are in complete control of their account balances and transactions. In this article, we’ll explain what blockchain is, how it works, and why it’s required to make cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin possible.
By Mrugakshee Palwe, Crypto Vantage.
Consumer expectations in relation to ultra-fast interactions, ease of engagement and service quality have grown exponentially, fuelled by the lockdown experience of the past year.
By Martin Taylor, Co-Founder and Deputy CEO at Content Guru.
“Machine Learning (ML) can take an organisation’s digital transformation to new heights” — It’s a statement we hear time and time again, but in practice, it doesn’t achieve that warm and fuzzy turn-key transformation feeling the statement asserts.
By Santiago Giraldo, Director of Product Marketing at Cloudera.
When blockchain first hit the tech scene about 12 years ago, it was mostly recognised as the technology enabling Bitcoin transactions. Since then, it’s taken a while for blockchain to establish itself in the business world, but today we’re seeing more enterprises take advantage of it to help build trust and loyalty with their customers and business partners; improve business efficiencies; and boost supply chain transparency.
By Adela Wiener - CEO, Aurachain.
As promising as the current COVID-19 vaccines are in the fight against the pandemic, the biggest challenge is still how to distribute these vaccines all across the globe.
By Mohan Naidu, FPT UK Managing Director.
As businesses gain through improved ROI, investment in hyperautomation is expected to increase to achieve operational excellence and resilience.
By Balakrishna D R, Senior Vice President, Service Offering Head - ECS, AI and Automation, Infosys.
It’s been well over a decade since blockchain technology first burst onto the scene. And although that initial use case was supporting the public ledger of pioneering digital currency Bitcoin, the intervening years have seen countless new innovations.
By Christopher Smith, Senior Associate at Reddie & Grose LLP, Patent & Trade Mark Attorneys.
When a company is considering a network monitoring solution they must take into consideration the skill sets and capabilities of their own IT team to make sure they find the right solution that fits their needs.
By Martin Hodgson, Head of UK & Ireland, Paessler AG.
Machine learning (ML) has been often touted as the big thing that can solve nearly every problem. ML hype has washed over all walks of life - from business to academia. However, it has caused tunnel vision as businesses try to apply machine learning to context where other solutions would work better.
By Juras Juršėnas, Chief Operations Officer at Oxylabs.io
Sudheer Matta, Vice President Product Management AI Driven Enterprise, Juniper Networks, shares some insights from the company’s recent virtual summit – Driven By Experience. A key theme was the importance of using a combination of data and AI, including AIOps, to help improve network resilience, reliability, security and, ultimately, performance.
Ken Hall, Data Center Solutions Architect at Commscope, provides some fascinating insights into the world of networks and connectivity, with wireless infrastructure, fueled in part by the advent of 5G, predicted to grow in importance as end users demand a secure, ‘seamless’ work experience, no matter where, when or how.
Addigy’s Founder and CEO, Jason Dettbarn, explains how Apple devices are attracting increasing levels of security attacks, and what measures the company takes to counter these threats, as well as outlining how Addigy can help its customers to be confident and secure when using its Apple-based solutions.
Dob Todorov, CEO and Co-founder of HeleCloud, talks though the company’s recent acquisition by SoftwareONE - optimistic that both organisations and their respective customer bases will see some major benefits as the Cloud continues to grow in importance as the post-pandemic business world seeks to address the challenges and opportunities of hybrid digital transformation.
There is a shift taking place in the way customers purchase their IT solutions, and it’s no surprise that technology is moving further into a subscription licensing model. Experts predict that this will become the new normal and if MSPs do not transform and adapt, they risk losing revenue and customers.