Both in the corporate world and private world, video conferencing has been around much longer than the wide applications implemented during the coronavirus pandemic.
Blockchain technology is disrupting several sectors in 2021. Financial institutions have finally embraced the technology during the covid-19 pandemic.
With the growing influx of sharable personal data and the power it holds in the lives of consumers and companies alike, is it possible to create a digital space that exchanges and protects data while still holding true to values of equity, privacy and accountability?
When you think about the future, there is one technology that is certain to change just about every aspect of our lives including many of the industries that we rely upon.
The use of artificial intelligence (AI) in the beauty industry will help businesses to increase sales and develop better customer-centric products.
The alignment of people, technology, processes, culture and skills are core catalysts for agile and scalable digital transformation that lasts - and the recent ‘Conquer Every Cloud’ virtual conference by Veritas Technologies afforded exactly that critical combination in focus.
Certain systems powered by AI in smart cities may be expensive to incorporate or may need to comply with several regulations before implementation, making them ‘high-risk’ AI applications.