Aadhaar has become a single platform without any systemic failover plans in place. And this is Aadhaar’s single point of failure.
Advancements in AI operations, expansion of multi-cloud storage and a new class of storage memory, will result in intelligent storage that adapts and adjusts in real time, moving data faultlessly while optimizing it.
Most of us are well aware of Facebook’s purchase of WhatsApp or Instagram; Google’s purchase of Nest; Microsoft’s purchase of Github. By comparison, since Indian companies have been focused on services rather than products, very few acquisitions have taken place.
There are plenty of reasons for organizations to embrace edge computing. By moving applications, data, and computing services to the edge of a network, as opposed to a large data center or cloud, organizations can lower operating costs, improve application performance, reduce network traffic, and achieve real-time data analytics.
Tech chiefs are feeling the heat to move systems to the cloud. The pressure is coming not just from vendors who see the future of their products in the cloud but also increasingly from CEOs and board members.
The data transmission rates that 5G proposes to bring – (upto 20 GBPS, that’s 20 times what 4G ever promised) – were unimaginable even a few years ago.
Outlining key business outcomes and working backwards to adopt agile methodologies with the right mix of technology will help organizations to secure their market share and stay ahead of the curve.
2018 was yet another big year for blockchain. Organisations across many industries from retail to shipping are using the technology to counter disruptive threats, and push into new markets to create new revenue streams.
If you know what your organization is going to stand for, for the next 12 months, then you are well on your way to making your own mantra. And it does not have to be linked to the name of any particular technology.
Treasury’s recent decision to push the open banking ‘switch on’ deadline by over six months is due to concerns around security. Albeit slowly, we are moving inevitably closer to a “brave new world of open data” (a term coined at 2018’s ARCA National Conference), so we cannot view privacy and security as an add-on, or something we ‘have to do’.