Over the past several years, no other area of IT has generated as much interest and investment as cloud computing. As a result, cloud computing attracts considerable coverage and attention from certification providers and companies that offer cloud related products.
Software-defined networking (SDN) is an umbrella term covering several kinds of network technology aimed at making the network as agile and flexible as the virtualized server and storage infrastructure of the modern data center.
The world market for smart technology products is looking to increase over the next few years, and the technology is starting to become more and more popular as consumers are actually embracing the tech and finding the functional uses for it. And the next step beyond wearables is smart clothes.
Augmented reality (AR) is the concept that puts digital images on top of real word images. Some believe AR and virtual reality (VR) could represent the next step in personal computing after mobile devices like smartphones and tablets. In fact, it could be the final form of computing because it basically eliminates the need to use devices with screens. You would just need to wear a special set of glasses that adapt with software to show you whatever you need.
Earlier this year, Amazon and Microsoft won a very large contract with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), led by IT consultant Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC). Per the deal, the FAA wants them to deliver cost-efficient cloud services, data center consolidation and cloud migration capabilities.
Recently, Okta, a cloud identity management company, released its first Okta Business @ Work Report and it had some interesting findings. One of them was naming Microsoft Office 365 as the most popular cloud service for businesses overall in 2015.
Mobile apps have been gaining popularity worldwide, contributing to the increase in data usage. There has been an exponential increase in the consumption and diversity of mobile apps, with hundreds of thousands of mobile apps already available, and many more being released every day.
Salesforce is getting in the Internet of Things market with IoT Cloud, announced at the company’s Dreamforce customer conference in September. IoT Cloud is designed to help businesses connect with and respond to their customers using connected devices.