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According to Gartner, IoT and the convergence of the physical and virtual are elements of a digital business. Here are the emerging technologies that can propel your business model...
Find out how big data and Internet of Things contribute to smart manufacturing automation, which may benefit everyone in the supply chain.
Adobe tamed the chaos of managing social media inside a big company and figured out how to keep all the departments pushing in the same direction.
Hybrid clouds are helping enterprises find a balance between their IT infrastructure and public cloud services. But do they make sense for you?
Open source software has become ubiquitous, which means CXOs need to understand its benefits and its challenges, says Black Duck Software execs. Find out which open source trends t...
In the last few years, RFID is commonly used in many related fields of new service application and new study as one of the significant technological advancements, such as science m...
Tech companies are recruiting new apprentices; can this undo the damage to entry level career prospects done by offshoring?
Credit card frauds are increasing day-by-day regardless of the various techniques developed for its detection. Fraudsters are so expert that they engender new ways for committing f...
As logistics system becomes more complex, identifying and tracking a certain product or pallet in the whole process based on RFID in a real-time manner has played an important role...
The ratchet of change just went 'click' and is the new stable, the new economy, and there is no going back, and what is in store is even more radical.