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The Next Data Decade Is Here; Dell Technologies Reveals Trends For 2020

2020 is a year that many have marked as a milestone in technology. Autonomous cars lining our streets, virtual assistants predicting our needs and taking our requests, connected and intelligent everything across every industry. At the root of all that innovation and advancement are massive amounts of data and compute power, and the capacity across edge, cloud and core data ...

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IoT is Key to Better Property Risk Management

Authored by Martha Notaras, Partner, XL Innovate and Brett Jurgens, Co-Founder and CEO, Notion Insurance and risk management are changing. Thanks to advances in technology, the focus today has shifted more toward preventing losses instead of just paying for them. The Internet of Things and the power of connected sensors has enabled property owners to monitor their buildings 24/7 and ...

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Smart Data Management to Build Smart and Safe Cities of Tomorrow

Authored by Mr. Sameer Bhatia, Director of Asia Pacific Consumer Business and Country Manager for SAARC & India, Seagate Technology In a move towards improving women’s safety in the city, Delhi government recently announced installation of 150,000 CCTVs in residential and commercial hubs across national capital region. This is an addition to the 140,000 surveillance cameras that the government is already ...

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Top 10 Strategic Technology Trends for 2020 

Authored by Brian Burke, Gartner Research VP Hyperautomation, blockchain, AI security, distributed cloud and autonomous things drive disruption and create opportunities in this year’s strategic technology trends.  Human augmentation conjures up visions of futuristic cyborgs, but humans have been augmenting parts of the body for hundreds of years. Glasses, hearing aids and prosthetics evolved into cochlear implants and wearables. Even ...

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The Risk Manager of Tomorrow: Making Data Work For You

Authored by Hélène Stanway, Digital Leader at AXA XL Data has always been a key tool for risk managers – and for their broker and underwriter partners too. We are entering now a new era for data, which could prove a game-changer for the risk management profession. The Industrial Internet of Things, whereby interconnected sensors and devices are used to ...

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Artificial Intelligence Is Going To Disrupt The Digital Marketing Industry

Authored by Mr. Tuhin Banik, Founder ThatwareLLP As digital marketing becomes increasingly important for businesses, they need to start thinking about stepping up their strategies by going beyond conventional SEO techniques. Artificial Intelligence holds the key to the future of digital marketing. When Google unveiled Rankbrain in 2015, users noticed that the results to their queries in the search engine ...

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Three Barriers That Are Slowing Adoption of Artificial Intelligence

Authored by Brian Manusama, Senior Director Analyst, Gartner While AI adoption is increasing, challenges remain. Organizations must understand what AI can and cannot do. More organizations are adopting artificial intelligence (AI). Fourteen percent of global CIOs have already deployed AI and 48% will deploy it in 2019 or by 2020, according to Gartner’s 2019 CIO Agenda survey. While adoption is increasing, some organizations ...

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How Gaming in India Has Transformed Into a Business Giant

Authored by Mr. Steven Liu, Director, TAITRA Of what was supposed to be a technological oddity at a science fair -over the years – gaming has blossomed into one of the most profitable entertainment industries in the world. The mobile technology boom has revolutionized the industry and has given rise to a new generation of gamers. As, gaming becomes so ...

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Cyberattacks On Campus: A New Breed Of Cyber Criminal Targets Higher Education

Cyber attack, espionage, and ransomware aren’t part of the curriculum; they are the threats that colleges and universities face as more sophisticated cyber criminals target higher education. It was something no one saw coming. In 2002, Yale University’s computer system was hacked. What the hackers accessed: applicant data and acceptance/rejection status information. The confessed hacker: the director of admissions at ...

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