Category Archives: Business

Cloud Infographic – When Safety Comes First – Healthcare IT

Cloud Infographic – When Safety Comes First – Healthcare IT

When Safety Comes First “Healing is a matter of time, but it is sometimes also a matter of opportunity.” – Hippocrates Thanks to the Internet of Things and Cloud Computing, modern healthcare professionals focus on abandoning their old ways of providing care to their patients. The whole sphere of healthcare worldwide has been awarded an

The Power of the API: How Plugging Data Brings Extraordinary Services to the Public

The Power of the API: How Plugging Data Brings Extraordinary Services to the Public

Painting With APIs APIs or application programming interfaces of popular services are used by numerous startups to bring valuable services to the general public. API websites such as ProgrammableWeb is one of the more popular sites offering a variety of plugins and mashup examples. Companies such as Facebook, Foursquare and the Google’s API explorer share

IBM Stumbles Amid Earnings Concerns

IBM Stumbles Amid Earnings Concerns

IBM Stumbles Amid Earnings Concerns Last week, IBM and SAP shook the cloud computing world with the announcement that they would be embarking on a massive strategic partnership. The partnership was designed “to offer a more holistic service to their clients,”. The shock waves from this announcement were so strong that other firms were reportedly

Big Data, Big Revenue For The Car Industry

Big Data, Big Revenue For The Car Industry

Big Data, Big Revenue For The Car Industry MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., Oct. 17, 2014 /PRNewswire/ – Cars are zooming in as the third largest contributor to the world of Internet of Things (IoT), and the concept of predictive analytics is becoming critical to make use of the large amounts of connectivity, bandwidth and data. Vehicle manufacturers

How Cloud Computing Changes the Game in Media & Entertainment

How Cloud Computing Changes the Game in Media & Entertainment

How Cloud Computing Changes the Game Advances in technology and consumer behavior are driving a transformation in the way video content is delivered to consumers. The change involves a migration away from traditional broadcasting models and platforms towards digital distribution over the Internet to a widening array of connected devices. This fundamental shift is triggering