New blockchain-based financial networks like the one launched by IBM last week will enable faster and more transparent cross-border payments and eventually become the platform for retail and other consumer transactions.
The key to better security lies in adopting a differentiated human-centric approach to cybersecurity, where people—rather than IT infrastructure—become the new perimeter.
University of Melbourne is using the power of robotic process automation (RPA) in a bid to automate manual tasks and help ease the burden on staff stuck doing repetitive jobs.
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.
Virtual desktop infrastructure (or VDI) has been an intriguing idea for a long time. We look at the pros and cons of VDI and whether the emergence of hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) will finally make implementing virtual desktops feasible.
ThoughtSpot might be the new kid on the block, but the company plans to bring Google-like search to the enterprise and empower 20 million users with search-driven analytics by 2020.
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.
Commonwealth Bank of Australia will “trial and explore” 5G edge computing technologies over the coming months, in collaboration with Telstra and Ericsson.
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.