As the coronavirus outbreak forces millions to work from home, companies are having to develop large-scale remote working capabilities, deploying virtual private networks (VPNs) and collaboration tools to all employees.
The timeline of big data goes back further than many think.
Utility trends: cloud computing, machine learning, IoT, robotics, blockchain and cybersecurity are being deployed by utilities in their operations.
The COVID-19 outbreak is now travelling around the world, leaving a trail of destruction in its wake.
COVID-19 has led to a medical emergency and sent major cities into lockdown.
Like other sectors, telecom is being impacted by the global outbreak of COVID-19.
The Covid-19 outbreak has had a significant impact on esports, one of the fastest-growing areas of the gaming sector.
Big data combines traditional data management technologies with new forms of data processing that are better suited to modern data formats.
Just a few months after the first reported cases were announced Covid-19 has been pronounced a pandemic by the WHO.
Cyber incidents are the most important business risk globally, and businesses both large and small need to protect themselves as much as they can.
Data trends in big data are changing the whole tech industry.
As the global economy becomes increasingly reliant upon technology, the risks of a cyber-incident occurring have grown considerably, fuelling demand for a cyber-insurance product capable of reducing the potential impact on businesses.
Verdict lists ten of the most popular tweets on artificial intelligence in February 2020, based on data from GlobalData’s Influencer Platform.
Generation Hashtag will lead the way on sustainability action in 2020.
Regulatory – and legal – battles over the scope of 3D printing will increase.
US-Iran military aggression will spark more nation-state cyber warfare throughout 2020.
Successful smart cities are built on well-thought-out infrastructure.
There will be no overarching IoT regulation.
Direct competition between US and Chinese cloud computing service providers will increase.
5G spectrum assignment will continue to be a major hurdle for European and US carriers.
Augmented Reality is still developing as a technology, but is beginning to move into the mainstream.
The first head-mounted display system, The Sword of Damocles, was invented in 1968, while the term “augmented reality” was initially coined by Thomas P.
CV is a nascent market but it contains a plethora of both big technology companies and disruptors.
GlobalData views smart cities as one of the six markets for IoT technology.
First-mover advantage in augmented reality technology is a prize that is so valued that every large technology company is making significant investments in it today.
Technology, media and telecoms (TMT) regulators will ponder rather than act on AI.
More than 50 years ago Marvin Minsky made the first attempt to mimic the human brain, triggering further research into computers’ ability to process information to make intelligent decisions.
The journey to smart cities goes way back to the 1970s, when Los Angeles created the first urban big data project: “A Cluster Analysis of Los Angeles”.
Two closely connected factors are critical if smart cities are going to succeed: citizens’ trust over the stewardship of their data, and the cybersecurity threat.
Augmented reality (AR) is featuring with smartphone makers and social media firms.