Lorenzo Alberton is the CTO and VP of engineering at Sensat, a startup that digitises real-world places for infrastructure projects.
Esports – organized multiplayer video game competitions – is estimated to become a $1bn industry in 2020.
The cyber insurance industry would not exist if there were no malicious players in the cyber space.
The amount of digital data stored in the world grew relatively slowly until about 2010, at which point it took off exponentially.
Big data combines traditional data management technologies with new forms of data processing that are better suited to modern data formats.
We are now entering a time of unpredictability and volatility for businesses, triggering the imagination when it comes to the impact of technology on private life, business and society.
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.
The combination of a surge in home working and the closure of schools across the UK is set to place “unprecedented demand” on mobile and broadband networks during the coronavirus outbreak, which will likely lead to a sharp drop in speeds and service quality.
More than a dozen Estonian education tech companies have made their remote learning tools freely available worldwide as schools shut down amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Verdict Magazine issue two has been released, offering long reads on key subjects across enterprise technology.
Fintech heads the Verdict list of the top five terms tweeted in disruptive tech in February 2020.
Recent weeks have seen China emerge as a test bed for emerging technologies to manage and mitigate the effects of major health crises like the coronavirus.
Generation Hashtag will lead the way on sustainability action in 2020.
Newly appointed Informatica CEO Amit Walia has ambitious plans for the enterprise cloud data management firm – to double its revenue during the “next couple of years”.
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.
The National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA), a part of the US Department of Energy (DOE), has today announced that it will be taking delivery of the world’s fastest exascale-class supercomputer.
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 main services within the smart city stack are consulting and integration services.
Several Latin American cities were hailed as a “new Silicon Valley” in the last decade.
UK startup AudioTelligence has raised £6.5m in a Series A funding round to expand the licensing activity of its “autofocus for sound” software, which enables voice assistants to focus on speech amid background noise.
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.