Virtual Reality

5 Important VR Industry Trends Starting To Take Shape

By Kayla Matthews | April 11, 2018

5 Important VR Industry Trends In recent years, virtual reality (VR) finally made a move to the mainstream after largely being a niche technology. There are several things to look forward to concerning this exciting industry. (Graphic Source: Centric Digital)

Demand for Augmented Reality/Virtual Reality Headsets Expected to Rebound in 2018, Says IDC

By CloudBuzz | March 19, 2018

FRAMINGHAM, Mass., March 19, 2018 – Worldwide shipments for augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) headsets will grow to 68.9 million units in 2022 with a five-year compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 52.5%, according to the latest forecast from

The Lighter Of The Cloud – Virtual Lunch Break

By David | March 12, 2018

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The Lighter Side of the Cloud – Procurement

By David | February 2, 2018

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Spiceworks Survey: Tech Spending Expected to Rise as IT Budgets Stabilize in 2018

By Cloud Syndicate | October 11, 2017

Tech Spending Expected to Rise Market optimism drives growth and adoption of emerging technologies like IoT, AI, and VR AUSTIN, Texas, Oct. 11, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Today at SpiceWorld 2017, Spiceworks announced the results of its 2018 State of IT report, a study

Record Number of VC Funds Target AI

AI Startup Funding Part II: Record Number of VC Funds Target AI

By Kiril Kirilov | September 21, 2017

Record Number of VC Funds Target AI Roughly 550 startups whose core activity is artificial intelligence attracted over $5 billion in venture capital funding in 2016, a report by CB Insights reads. It appears that AI startups will receive the

Amazon working on ‘smart glasses’ as its first wearable device: FT

By CloudBuzz | September 20, 2017

(Reuters) – Amazon.com Inc is working on its first wearable device – a pair of ‘smart glasses’, the Financial Times reported on Wednesday. The device, designed like a regular pair of spectacles, will allow Amazon’s digital assistant Alexa to be

AI Startup Accelerators

AI Startup Funding Part I: 23 AI Incubators and Accelerators

By Kiril Kirilov | September 19, 2017

AI Startup Accelerators It looks like securing funding from AI startup accelerators is a child’s play these days. Artificial intelligence is buzzword of the day among angel investors, VC funds, and journalists alike. Finding funds and resources for developing AI

Virtual Reality: Coming Soon to a Cubicle Near You?

By CloudBuzz | September 18, 2017

Cisco invites customers to experiment with Cisco Spark in VR SAN JOSE, CA–(Marketwired – Sep 18, 2017) – Cisco (NASDAQ: CSCO) thinks it is only a matter of time before virtual reality makes a major impact on all sorts of industries

Will 2018 Be the Year Augmented Reality Moves Outside ‘Pokémon Go’?

By Kayla Matthews | September 12, 2017

2018 Augmented Reality If you’ve never heard of “Pokémon Go” — or at least never had the concept explained to you — then surely you’ve been living under a rock. Heck, it probably means you’ve been living under hundreds of

THOUGHT LEADERSHIP ARCHIVE

Protect Against Network Failures

Five Things Organizations Can Do To Protect Against Network Failures

By Milind Kulkarni

Protect Against Network Failures It is no surprise that whenever there is an outage in a public or private cloud, organizations lose business, face the wrath of angry customers and take a hit on their brands. The effects of an

Cloud Based Service Level Agreements – Two Different Worlds

By CloudTweaks

Cloud Service Level Agreements A common theme in the chatter about cloud computing is the need for Cloud Based Service Level Agreements SLAs around performance and availability. These SLAs simply don’t exist or are specified in a way that makes them

Stuck In The Clouds: The Issue Of Data Ownership

By Bob Greenlees

The Issue Of Data Ownership While the immediate benefits of cloud services are typically clear to new users, individuals and businesses alike are becoming increasingly aware of a looming issue: vendor lock-in. As these users amass large amounts of data in

Learning From Past Mistakes: Predictions For Cybersecurity

By Larry Jones

Predictions Cybersecurity From Ashley Madison to the Office of Personnel Management (OPM), hackers did not discriminate between organizations or industries when it came to unleashing cyber-attacks in 2015. This past year, data breaches affected millions of people with headlines of

Backups And Disaster Recovery Are Not The Same Thing

By Ed Dryer

Backups And Disaster Recovery Most business owners are aware of the consequences of losing data. Much of the value of a modern business is in its data: customer records, analytics, marketing data, product catalogs, bookkeeping and accounting data, emails and

CIOs Can Tackle Cloud Fears 

5 Ways CIOs Can Tackle Cloud Fears

By Robert Grazioli

CIO Cloud Fears  CIOs are tired of hearing about cloud computing concerns. They’ve spent years reading about how cloud resources are subject to risks, and wonder – what can they do to help people trust the cloud?  The truth is

Outsourcing Agile Cloud Development: A New Frontier

By CloudTweaks

Outsourcing Agile Cloud Development The rise in cloud popularity has brought a corresponding increase in the number of companies outsourcing their cloud software development. Yet things can get a bit complicated when a business sets out to find a compatible

Marc Malizia

Virtualization + Cloud Equals Perfect Storm For Recovery Services

By Marc Malizia

Data Recovery Services Not very long ago disaster recovery was a luxury afforded by only the very large companies due to the prohibitive cost and effort required. Frequently even these large companies were unable to justify the investment and went without

5 Ways the Cloud and IoT Have Transformed the Transportation Industry

By Cloud Syndicate

IoT Transportation Industry The Internet of Things has caused many industries to evolve – but few more than transportation. Here are just a few ways it’s changed the delivery of goods. Remember when websites like eBay and Amazon were in

How artificial intelligence and analytics helps in crime prevention

By CloudTweaks

How Artificial Intelligence Helps Crime Prevention According to a study released by FBI, there is an annual increase of 4.1% in violent crimes and 7.4% in motor-vehicle thefts in the United States in 2016. Despite having stringent laws and intense

Backups And Disaster Recovery Are Not The Same Thing

Backups And Disaster Recovery Are Not The Same Thing

Backups And Disaster Recovery Most business owners are aware of the consequences of losing data. Much of the value of ...
Bob Waters

Artificial or Augmented Intelligence: Talks with Intel’s Chief Data Scientist, Bob Rogers

Artificial or Augmented Intelligence I recently sat down with Bob Rogers. Bob is Intel’s Chief Data Scientist for Analytics and ...
Ransomware Cyber-Attacks: Best Practices and Preventative Measures

Ransomware Cyber-Attacks: Best Practices and Preventative Measures

Ransomware Cyber-Attacks “WanaCrypt0r 2.0” or “WannaCry,” an unprecedented global ransomware cyber-attack recently hit over 200,000 banking institutions, hospitals, government agencies, ...
Cloud Communications Security: Whose Business Is It, Anyway?

Cloud Communications Security: Whose Business Is It, Anyway?

Cloud Communications Security Don’t count on cloud providers to provide all your UCaaS security It’s official: Unified Communications-as-a-Service (UCaaS) has ...
Jonathan Ring

3 Keys To Keeping Your Online Data Accessible

Online Data Data storage is often a real headache for businesses. Additionally, the shift to the cloud in response to ...
The Cloud Debate - Private, Public, Hybrid or Multi Clouds?

The Cloud Debate – Private, Public, Hybrid or Multi Clouds?

The Cloud Debate Now that we've gotten over the hump of whether we should adopt the cloud or not, "which ...