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The Philosophy Behind Amazon Web Services’ Cloud Strategy | TechCrunch

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THE BLOCKCHAIN IN THE IoT REPORT: How distributed ledgers enhance the IoT through better visibility and create trust

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6 Industries That Could Be Forever Changed by Blockchain

6 Industries That Could Be Forever Changed by Blockchain | Future of Cloud Computing, IoT and Software Market | Scoop.it
Blockchain is currently disrupting the tech industry, but it has much bigger plans.

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Blockchain & What It Means to Big Data

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With data quality and enhanced security, it can give financial world a new appearance. Now, come to the big data. It is certainly a great option to go with when it comes to analyzing the large amount of data especially to capture the human behavior.
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8 New Google Calendar Features You Should Start Using Now by Matthew Guay

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14 Low Cost File-Sharing Services That Your Whole Team Can Use

14 Low Cost File-Sharing Services That Your Whole Team Can Use | Future of Cloud Computing, IoT and Software Market | Scoop.it
if you want to make sure your information is safe and sound, setting up a file-sharing service is a necessary step to take in building your business.
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The 10 skills you need to thrive in the Fourth Industrial Revolution

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These are the top 10 skills you will need in the workplace in 2020.

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StepShot - A software documentation tool that creates step-by-step user guides

StepShot - A software documentation tool that creates step-by-step user guides | Future of Cloud Computing, IoT and Software Market | Scoop.it
Perfect software documentation tool that creates manuals, IT documents, step-by-step user guides, capturing software-based procedures.

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John Dalziel's curator insight, October 13, 4:39 AM
StepShot is a fantastic tool for creating guides, which can complement microlearning in a workplace and/or other learning environments. 
StepShot helps Educational Practitioners to create a professional-looking and easy-to-understand guide, within just a few minutes. 
StepShot’s software can capture screenshots from any device and integrate them into the guide within seconds. 
Some of its features allow for collating materials very effectively, and literally automate most of the creation process. 
Educational Practitioners can use StepShot for storing and sharing knowledge within their organisation. 
StepShot is a perfect software documentation tool for creating...
  - IT documents,
  - technical instructions,
  - user manuals, and
  - step-by-step reference guides, describing software-based procedures. 
Guides and manuals created with StepShot will be of great help when onboarding new learners/employees. 
See how StepShop works by watching the video at https://www.youtube.com/embed/GgFzKEnr7kA ;
StepShot isn't free but is well worth a closer look.
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$53.78 Billion Cloud Managed Services Market 2017 - Global Forecast to 2022 - Research and Markets

DUBLIN, June 6, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- $53.78 Billion Cloud Managed Services Market 2017 - Global Forecast to 2022 - Research and Markets.
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Top five cloud computing trends of 2017

Top five cloud computing trends of 2017 | Future of Cloud Computing, IoT and Software Market | Scoop.it
More companies are migrating to the cloud in 2017. Read here to find out some of the major cloud computing trends taking shape this year.
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Hughes Systique's curator insight, October 11, 5:46 AM

Several organizations are in the process of migrating to the cloud to achieve scalability, cost-efficiency and enhanced application performance. With increased embracement of cloud computing, let’s take a look at some of the key trends taking shape in 2017.

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Gartner Says Worldwide IaaS Public Cloud Services Market Grew 31 Percent in 2016

Gartner Says Worldwide IaaS Public Cloud Services Market Grew 31 Percent in 2016 | Future of Cloud Computing, IoT and Software Market | Scoop.it
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The worldwide infrastructure as a service (IaaS) public cloud market grew 31 percent in 2016 to total $22.1 billion, up from $16.8 billion in 2015, according to Gartner, Inc.. Amazon was the No. 1 vendor in the IaaS market in 2016, followed by Microsoft and Alibaba.  “The market for cloud services is growing faster than virtually every other IT market today, with much of this growth coming at the expense of the traditional, noncloud offerings,” said Sid Nag, research director at Gartner. “The demand for cloud-based IaaS continues on its path of aggressive growth, and the high growth of IaaS is also driving growth in related cloud markets. While platform as a service (PaaS) and software as a service (SaaS) are also exhibiting strong growth, IaaS is expected to show the fastest growth over the next five years.”  Within the IaaS market, there is significant above-market growth for the big three hyperscale IaaS cloud providers. While Amazon Web Services dominated the market in 2016, Microsoft Azure gained more momentum, and Google made some gains. Looking forward, Gartner’s position is that while competitive pressures increase, Amazon will witness growth erosion in share, as the non-hyperscale providers struggle to provide value through their services, while other IaaS market leaders will see an increase in growth.

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Google Glass' unexpected yet successful turnaround

Google Glass' unexpected yet successful turnaround | Future of Cloud Computing, IoT and Software Market | Scoop.it

News, voices and jobs for CIOs. Optimized for your mobile phone.

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Richard Platt's curator insight, October 10, 6:37 AM

Google's bet on Glass may yet pay off as augmented reality and virtual reality spending is predicted to increase from 2017's 11.4 billion to $215 billion by 2021. The company already faces competition from Microsoft and Intel in wearable enterprise tech, and other competitors like Amazon and VMware are gearing up their own wearable capabilities.  Google counts GE, Agco, DHL and Sutter health among its enterprise Glass clients. Retail and education are currently the largest market for the tech, but manufacturing, construction and professional services are opening their doors too. GE's recent test of Google Glass in factories assembling engines demonstrated the technology's use in reducing human error and improving efficiency.

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81% of organizations fail to properly address cloud vulnerabilities, report says

81% of organizations fail to properly address cloud vulnerabilities, report says | Future of Cloud Computing, IoT and Software Market | Scoop.it
RedLock's recent Cloud Security Trends details the rise of data exposures, changes in cloud security, and what businesses need to do to address these issues.

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The four waves of augmented reality (that Apple owns)

The four waves of augmented reality (that Apple owns) | Future of Cloud Computing, IoT and Software Market | Scoop.it
It's been said that augmented/virtual reality is the fourth wave of consumer technology, and that AR could become much bigger than VR. But AR itself is not..

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Richard Platt's curator insight, October 8, 4:47 PM

Consumer technology waves are not all the same. Some are ripples, others start small and swell to great heights and there’s an occasional tsunami. So what is each AR wave? Let’s start by defining them:

  • Mobile AR software:  AR software that works on standard smartphones/tablets, like Apple ARKit for iOS and Facebook’s Camera Effects Platform.
  • Mobile AR hardware: dedicated smartphone/tablet AR hardware and software, like Google Tango phones.
  • Tethered smartglasses: AR smartglasses requiring a smartphone/tablet or PC host, like Meta smartglasses.
  • Standalone smartglasses: Self-contained AR smartglasses with no host, like Microsoft HoloLens (which they call mixed reality).
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Blockchains: How They Work and Why They’ll Change the World

Blockchains: How They Work and Why They’ll Change the World | Future of Cloud Computing, IoT and Software Market | Scoop.it
The technology behind Bitcoin could touch every transaction you ever make

 

Bitcoin was hatched as an act of defiance. Unleashed in the wake of the Great Recession, the cryptocurrency was touted by its early champions as an antidote to the inequities and corruption of the traditional financial system. They cherished the belief that as this parallel currency took off, it would compete with and ultimately dismantle the institutions that had brought about the crisis. Bitcoin’s unofficial catchphrase, “In cryptography we trust,” left no doubt about who was to blame: It was the middlemen, the bankers, the “trusted” third parties who actually couldn’t be trusted. These humans simply got in the way of other humans, skimming profits and complicating transactions.

 

Bitcoin sought to replace the services provided by these intermediaries with cryptography and code. When you use a check to pay your mortgage, a series of agreements occur in the background between your financial institution and others, enabling money to go from your account to someone else’s. Your bank can vouch that your money is good because it keeps records indicating where every penny in your account came from, and when.

 

Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies replace those background agreements and transactions with software—specifically, a distributed and secure database called a blockchain. The process with which the ownership of a Bitcoin token will pass from one person to another—wherever they are, no matter what government they live under—is entrusted to a bunch of computers.

 

Now, eight years after the first blockchain was built, people are trying to apply it to procedures and processes beyond merely the moving of money with varying degrees of success. In effect, they’re asking, What other agreements can a blockchain automate? What other middlemen can blockchain technology retire?

 

Can a blockchain find people offering rides, link them up with people who are trying to go somewhere, and give the two parties a transparent platform for payment? Can a blockchain act as a repository and a replay platform for TV shows, movies, and other digital media while keeping track of royalties and paying content creators? Can a blockchain check the status of airline flights and pay travelers a previously agreed upon amount if their planes don’t take off on time?

 

If so, then blockchain technology could get rid of Uber, Netflix, and every flight-insurance provider on the market.

PEOPLESatoshi Nakamoto

If the blockchain were a religion, Satoshi would be God. This anonymous hacker is responsible for writing the Bitcoin white paper, releasing the first Bitcoin code, and inspiring legions of blockchain developers. Many have sought to reveal his/her/their identity, but to this day that information remains secret.

Those three proposed applications aren’t hypothetical—they’re just a few of the things now being built onEthereum, a blockchain platform that remotely executes software on a distributed computer system called the Ethereum Virtual Machine. In the blockchain universe, Ethereum, which has its own cryptocurrency, called ethers, is by far the project that is most open to experimentation. But zoom out and a diverse collection of potentially disruptive innovators floods into view. New groups are pitching blockchain schemes almost daily. And the tech world’s titans don’t plan to miss out: Microsoft is offering its customers tools to experiment with blockchain applications on its Azure cloud. IBM, Intel, and others are collaborating on an open-source blockchain initiative called Hyperledger, which aims to provide the bones for business-oriented blockchains. Meanwhile, many of the largest banks—the very institutions that blockchain pioneers were trying to neutralize—have cobbled together their own version of the technology in an attempt to stay ahead of the curve. And even Bitcoin, which runs on the first and most successful blockchain, is being retrofitted for applications its designers never dreamed of.


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Cloud Computing Market Projected To Reach $411B By 2020

Cloud Computing Market Projected To Reach $411B By 2020 | Future of Cloud Computing, IoT and Software Market | Scoop.it
Worldwide public cloud services market revenue is projected to grow 18.5% in 2017 reaching $260.2B, up from $219.6B in 2016. Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) is projected to grow 36.6% in 2017 alone, reaching $34.7B this year making this area the fastest growing of all cloud services today.
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This Company’s Robots Are Making Everything—and Reshaping the World

This Company’s Robots Are Making Everything—and Reshaping the World | Future of Cloud Computing, IoT and Software Market | Scoop.it

A secretive Japanese factory-automation business, might be the planet’s most important manufacturer.


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Karl Wabst's curator insight, October 21, 3:38 PM

Robots are evil! They take away jobs. But, they are only part of the problem. They may be part of the solution. They are surely part of the global competition equation.

 

Every recent presidential candidate knows that robots are evil! They are dangerous, just like immigrants and overseas workers.

 

They replace voters, I mean workers. They cost jobs. That is bad! Bad robot!

 

Some of the industries that don't automate will end up losing workers anyway.

 

Why? Their costs are too high, compared with their competitors. Those costs are passed along to customers. That means higher prices. The companies make less money.

 

Price sensitive customers go elsewhere. Their money goes to China, Japan or another country that have invested in automation.

 

Less profitable companies close, scale back, outsource, charge more, or start using robots to cut costs.

 

That means fewer jobs, higher prices or robots loom on the horizon.

 

So, are robots still bad? The choices are not as simple as politicians would have us believe.

 

What do you think? Please share and discuss!

 

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China Wants to Replace Millions of Workers with Robots http://sco.lt/8Ghrgv

 

Corporate Strategy: How the CFO Can Capitalize on the Internet of Things | http://sco.lt/8sqiED

 

Industry 4.0: When humans and robots go hand in hand http://sco.lt/8RsgHR

 

Study finds that robots are just as effective as human surgeons http://sco.lt/7zPIxd

 

Regulators Can't Keep Up With Wall Street's Robot Invasion http://sco.lt/7L91mr

 

This Is What the Fourth Industrial Revolution Looks Like http://sco.lt/6SBQvJ

 

Digital America: A tale of the haves and have-mores | McKinsey & Company http://sco.lt/7TjaO9

 

Davos 2016: Need To Embrace Robot Revolution Not Fear It, Tech Leaders Say http://sco.lt/7tWTGD

 

Davos: Fourth industrial revolution, same old problems http://sco.lt/7fkziL

 

As California's labor shortage grows, farmers race to replace workers with robots http://sco.lt/7iSkLp

 

Can a robot pass a university entrance exam? http://sco.lt/7ke6bp

 

A robotic crib rocked my baby to sleep for months http://sco.lt/5dPNJ3

 

The Paradox of Productivity http://sco.lt/5ZtiYT

 

Carl's Jr. CEO Wants to Open a Robot Restaurant Free of Human Workers http://sco.lt/6zUurB

 

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5 Ways to Cut IT Costs Without Impacting Performance

5 Ways to Cut IT Costs Without Impacting Performance | Future of Cloud Computing, IoT and Software Market | Scoop.it
Are you worried that cutting IT costs will stunt performance? With these, tips you can make sure that your system is healthy and affordable.
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While Amazon and Microsoft battle in the cloud wars, this startup quietly built a $175 million business by picking up their slack

While Amazon and Microsoft battle in the cloud wars, this startup quietly built a $175 million business by picking up their slack | Future of Cloud Computing, IoT and Software Market | Scoop.it
DigitalOcean CEO Ben Uretsky says that the company is profitable on an EBITDA basis and growing.
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Bitcoin is going bananas

Bitcoin is going bananas | Future of Cloud Computing, IoT and Software Market | Scoop.it
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Sweden is close to becoming a cashless society

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What's behind the country's sudden swing towards electronic payments?

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Top 100 technology YouTube channels | Tech Youtube Channels

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"Technology YouTube Channels Best List. Keep up with videos about New Technology, Technology News, Latest Technology, Tech Updates, Tech Reviews, Tech Events, Tech Launch and many more ..."


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How cloud computing platforms fuel digital transformation

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Digital transformation strategies promise to leverage cloud computing platforms, as software developers converge on JavaOne and Oracle OpenWorld.
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Can Blockchain Challenge Content Platform Giants' Facebook & YouTube Domination?

Can Blockchain Challenge Content Platform Giants' Facebook & YouTube Domination? | Future of Cloud Computing, IoT and Software Market | Scoop.it
New Blockchain-driven platforms are challenging the hegemony of content platform giants like Facebook, YouTube and others to help users have more control over the monetization potential of the content they create. These start-ups aim to disrupt incumbent players in the music, film and content space.
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Microsoft's dream of Windows on phones is officially dead — now it's time for Plan B

Microsoft's dream of Windows on phones is officially dead — now it's time for Plan B | Future of Cloud Computing, IoT and Software Market | Scoop.it
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The History Of Intel CPUs

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From the 4004 in 1971 to Kaby Lake in 2017, we look at the evolution of Intel's CPUs.

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