Kiril Kirilov

Edge Computing

Edge Computing And Multiple Use Case Scenarios

August 20, 2019

Edge Computing Market The edge computing market in the United States is forecast to have revenues of over $1 billion by 2025, with manufacturing being the largest user of edge computing services closely followed by telecoms and consumer appliances. Consumers

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Open Source Stat

The Importance of Open Source Security

March 20, 2018

Open Source Vulnerabilities Open source software is rapidly gaining popularity with 93 percent of organizations using open source software and 78 percent performing all or part of their business operations on open source platforms, according to the Tenth Annual Future

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Smart Contract Use Cases

The State of Smart Contracts: Many Challenges Ahead

February 28, 2018

The State of Smart Contracts With blockchain technology expanding into a growing number of industries and its applications broadening by the day, organizations and individuals are to witness self-executing smart contracts in literary any field of business. Decentralized apps, or

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Fintech Invest

Blockchain Companies Seek and Find Funding Outside the U.S.

November 27, 2017

Blockchain Companies Seek Funding Blockchain companies are actively seeking funding deals outside of traditional tech hubs such as Silicon Valley, according to a report by CB Insights and other analysts. Bitcoin is generating a lot of buzz recently but since

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Autonomous Vehicle Startups Attract 76% of All Auto Tech Investment

November 22, 2017

Autonomous Vehicle Startups Automotive tech startups are attracting close to $4 billion worth of investment since the start of 2017, according to a report by CB Insights. However, two-thirds of the amount, or 76 percent, are going into the pockets

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Dark Data

How to Spot Fake Digital Currency

November 20, 2017

Fake Digital Currency With the Bitcoin currency skyrocketing to levels above $8,000 per bitcoin and initial coin offerings emerging on a daily basis, a growing number of individuals and institutional investor look at cryptocurrencies as an alternative to more traditional

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Ai Investors

How AI Changes Investment Decisions We Make

November 9, 2017

AI Investment Decisions Artificial intelligence and machine learning are changing the way investors make decisions both at corporate and individual level. Institutional investors are using computing machines to make smarter investment decisions for years. Proliferation of predictive analytics, machine learning,

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Travel Industry

2017 Sets a New Record for Travel Tech Exits

October 30, 2017

Travel Tech The number of travel tech exits backed by venture capital grew from 11 in 2013 to 20 in the first three quarters of 2017, according to a report by CB Insights. It is fair to say that further

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Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC)

Online Security Solutions Still Puzzle Businesses

October 24, 2017

Cloud Security Solutions Roughly one third of enterprises in North America experience troubles maintaining their cloud security due to the fast progress in cloud technologies and the complex nature of the cloud, a report by Threat Stack and the Enterprise

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Aws

Should Businesses Fear the Power of Amazon and Google?

October 19, 2017

Amazon and Google Amazon is replacing Google as the most cited company, according to the number of mentions in publicly available corporate conference calls. The news passed largely unnoticed although this is quite a news bearing in mind that both

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Chatbot Survey

Can Corporate Chatbots Survive AI?

October 18, 2017

Corporate Chatbots We read a lot of news about chatbots reshaping entire industry sectors by utilizing artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning and natural language processing. Some chatbots are good in assisting consumers in buying tickets or finding good food nearby.

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Digital Twins

Digital Twins: Benefiting All Stakeholders in Virtual Environments

October 12, 2017

Digital Twins and Virtual Environments Engineers utilize the concept of digital twins for centuries. You design an apparatus, then track its performance on paper, find points you can enhance, and then make the necessary tweaks to processes or components. Digitization

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Manufacturing Industry

North Americans: “Yes” to Driverless Cars, “No” to Automation

October 9, 2017

Driverless Cars and Automation Americans have no worries about autonomous vehicles roaming their roads but most of them are deeply worried about automation of tasks across a growing number of industries. According to a research by the Pew Research Center,

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Hacker Robots

Is Artificial Intelligence Dangerous? AI Will Not Outsmart Humans Anytime Soon

October 4, 2017

Is Artificial Intelligence Dangerous Overly optimistic news on artificial intelligence and deep learning progress are everywhere. Some news stories offer rational analysis; others are just media buzz on trending topics. With all the AI rumors surrounding us, it is worth

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Mitigation Security

Selecting a Free or Cheap VPN May Hurt Your Privacy

October 2, 2017

Cheap VPN May Hurt Your Privacy Virtually any government on Earth tracks your Internet browsing history or online searches while corporations are eager to show you ads depending on your browsing habits. Using a Virtual Private Network, or VPN, is

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Matrix
When sci-fi films like Tom Cruise’s Oblivion depict humans living in the clouds, we imagine that humanity might one day leave our primitive dwellings attached to the ground and ascend to floating castles in the ...
Ronald van Loon
Environmental impacts are far reaching, the effects of climate change devastating, and organizations are striving to shape their business in a way that is environmentally sustainable and equipped to thrive in the future. Ronald van ...
Adam Cole
Mitigating Regulatory Risk Some of the great business opportunities for Unified Communications as a Service (UCaaS) integrators and Value-Added Resellers (VARs) have been the emergence of cloud, telephony and Unified Communications (UC) technologies such as ...
Louis
Why Services CPQ Is Too Slow Today When PS organizations compete in sales cycles, the first competitor to have a complete quote with accurate pricing, schedules, and an engagement plan will often win. However, getting ...
Shared vs dedicated
Shared Server and a Dedicated Server A customer-facing Internet presence is just about mandatory for modern businesses. Websites are essential instruments for companies venturing into the eCommerce space or simply wishing to provide customers with ...