“Taken together, China and India now account for a quarter of the venture-capital market. In Europe, Germany has for the first time surpassed the United Kingdom, signalling a growing start-up scene in cities such as Berlin.”
“New market and business models will become established as a result of this energy transformation and could quickly eclipse current company strategies. At risk for energy companies is their distribution channel to end customers, which upstarts could disintermediate, just as Amazon did to incumbent publishers and booksellers.”
Open source software technologies fundamentally shift the nature of the tasks being performed by captive IT organizations working for large enterprises. The rise of Linux Container applications built using agile development methodologies to deliver microservices represents a once-in-a-generation change — as developers exploit this digital transformation.
To meet consumers where they are and serve them as efficiently as possible, retailers must be able to flex their merchandise inventory knowledge. Utilizing a DOM service, retailers provide customers with knowledge about past product reviews, where the product is available, and the delivery options.
Consumer wearable devices targeting health and fitness applications have already demonstrated some promising early-adopter use-cases. Moreover, advancements in neuroscience technology research have several manufacturers preparing to launch Brain-to-Machine Interface (BMI) enabled products.
Hybrid IT is the result of combining internal and external services — usually from a combination of on-promise data center and public cloud computing resources. But what are the perceived benefits of hybrid IT? What does the hybrid IT market look like today? Here’s recent research findings that offer answers to these questions.