Future of Cloud Computing, IoT and Software Market
39.2K views | +18 today
Follow
 
Scooped by massimo facchinetti
onto Future of Cloud Computing, IoT and Software Market
Scoop.it!

Cloud Forecast 2013: 7 Hot Trends

Cloud Forecast 2013: 7 Hot Trends | Future of Cloud Computing, IoT and Software Market | Scoop.it
Seven cloud technology advances to look forward to in the next 12 months. (Cloud Forecast 2013: 7 Hot Trends http://t.co/Z7nnSgmk)
more...
No comment yet.
Future of Cloud Computing, IoT and Software Market
Future of Cloud Computing, Internet of Things and Software Markets
Your new post is loading...
Your new post is loading...
Rescooped by massimo facchinetti from Strategic Knowledge Sciences
Scoop.it!

The End Of Landlines: Why AT&T Might Pull The Plug In Some States

The End Of Landlines: Why AT&T Might Pull The Plug In Some States | Future of Cloud Computing, IoT and Software Market | Scoop.it
Illinois passed a bill that could abolish AT&T's obligation to provide the state's citizens with landline telephone services.

Via J. Steven Sprenger ✔
more...
No comment yet.
Rescooped by massimo facchinetti from Using Google Drive in the classroom
Scoop.it!

Google Docs adds a ton of new editing features, including suggestions from your phone

Google Docs adds a ton of new editing features, including suggestions from your phone | Future of Cloud Computing, IoT and Software Market | Scoop.it
Google is updating Docs, Sheets, and Slides today with a bunch of really handy new editing features — some of which are overdue, and others that are smart new improvements.
On the overdue side

Via Gerald Carey
more...
Gerald Carey's curator insight, Today, 6:39 AM
Some useful updates for Google Docs. You can now suggests comments on phones. You can also label draft versions with a name and then only show such named versions.
Rescooped by massimo facchinetti from Online Information Technology Trainings, Project Management, Computer Architecture and System Integration - compliance4All
Scoop.it!

The GDPR differs Significantly from EC Data Protection Directive 95/ 46

The GDPR differs Significantly from EC Data Protection Directive 95/ 46 | Future of Cloud Computing, IoT and Software Market | Scoop.it
The GDPR also governs the export of personal data to regions beyond the EU.

Via compliance4all
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by massimo facchinetti
Scoop.it!

Netflix cofounder's MoviePass will now let you see one movie per day in theaters for $10 a month

Netflix cofounder's MoviePass will now let you see one movie per day in theaters for $10 a month | Future of Cloud Computing, IoT and Software Market | Scoop.it
Business Insider France est un site d’information sur l’économie, les technologies, les entrepreneurs, l’innovation, les découvertes et bien plus encore. En texte, en images, en vidéos et en graphiques, de l’actualité essentielle et percutante.
more...
No comment yet.
Rescooped by massimo facchinetti from :: The 4th Era ::
Scoop.it!

5 robots that are about to revolutionize the workforce — and put jobs at risk

5 robots that are about to revolutionize the workforce — and put jobs at risk | Future of Cloud Computing, IoT and Software Market | Scoop.it

According to a study from Oxford University and the Oxford Martin School, 47% of jobs in the United States are "at risk" of becoming "automated in the next 20 years." PwC has similar findings, estimating that 38% of U.S. jobs are at risk of being replaced by robots and artificial intelligence in the next 15 years. And while two-thirds of Americans believe robots will take over most of the workforce in the next 50 years, they're also in denial: 80% say their job will "probably" or "definitely" be around in five decades. 


 Here are five robots that are coming to take some jobs from unsuspecting humans:

 

Via Marc Wachtfogel, Ph.D., Jim Lerman
more...
Jeff Domansky's curator insight, August 15, 10:43 AM

Is your job at risk? Find out in this fascinating Fast Company article.

Marc Kneepkens's curator insight, August 15, 11:02 AM

#Technology, and especially #Robotica, are putting jobs at risk. Major #disruption danger?

CCI VAL D'OISE's curator insight, August 16, 3:23 PM

Is your job at risk? Find out in this fascinating Fast Company article.

Rescooped by massimo facchinetti from Internet of Things - Company and Research Focus
Scoop.it!

How the hospitality industry will profit from the IoT

How the hospitality industry will profit from the IoT | Future of Cloud Computing, IoT and Software Market | Scoop.it
The hospitality industry is well positioned to benefit from the IoT. That’s because the IoT is poised to improve the customer experience while also reducing costs.

Via Richard Platt
more...
Richard Platt's curator insight, August 9, 1:18 AM

The IoT is more significant than just adding connectivity to existing products or services. In fact, it is about changing the way products and services deliver value. In the process, products are becoming services, and services are becoming more intelligent.  

The hospitality industry is not immune to this evolution, and, in fact, it is well positioned to benefit from IoT. That’s because the industry is poised to improve the customer experience while simultaneously reducing costs.

The modern hotel room is far from modern in that it is mostly disconnected. Hotel operations rely on property management systems that require mostly manual entries to track resources. Much of this work centers around the front desk — a once-critical part of the hotel stay that is on the verge of obsolescence.

IoT: Taking the Temperature

Many hotels already use IoT to control in-room thermostats. By switching to a connected thermostat, hotels can adjust room temperatures at check-in and checkout. The connected thermostat eliminates the cost of cooling or heating vacant rooms. It also reduces the likelihood of marring the first impression of a room with an uninviting, uninhabitable temperature.

Taking heating and cooling a bit further, when hotels combine the thermostat with other sensors, the air conditioning can turn off automatically when a guest opens a window or balcony door. Another opportunity is to tie in automated window coverings that can mitigate temperature swings due to afternoon sunshine. Time of day or temperature sensors could activate these environmental adjustments.

Too much automation can make guests uncomfortable, however, so algorithms could differ depending on whether or not the guest is in the room. This development requires occupancy detection, which could provide several additional benefits.

Rescooped by massimo facchinetti from Internet of Things - Company and Research Focus
Scoop.it!

When Will the Tech Bubble Burst?

When Will the Tech Bubble Burst? | Future of Cloud Computing, IoT and Software Market | Scoop.it
Every decade experiences an unrealistic stock market mania, and it feels like we might be deep into one now.

Via Richard Platt
more...
Richard Platt's curator insight, August 7, 2:07 AM

Three critical signals to watch for.

The first is regulation. The tech giants are seen today as monopolizing internet search and commerce, and they are angling to take over industries such as publishing and automobiles, raising alarms at antitrust agencies in Europe and the United States. Fear that new internet technologies are doing more to waste time and brainpower than to increase productivity has already provoked a backlash in China, where officials recently criticized online gaming as “electronic heroin.” A regulatory crackdown on tech giants as either monopolies or productivity destroyers could pop the allure of tech stocks.

The other signals are more familiar. Going back to the “nifty 50” stocks of the 1960s, nearly every big market mania ended after central banks tightened monetary policy and many people who had borrowed to get in the game found themselves in trouble. The dot-com bubble peaked in 2000, after the Federal Reserve had increased interest rates multiple times. The current boom will likewise be at risk if an increase in inflation compels the Fed to raise interest rates beyond the modest rise the market currently expects.

Finally, watch for tech earnings to start falling short of analyst forecasts. The dot-com boom was driven in part by increasingly optimistic predictions for technology company earnings, and it imploded when earnings started to miss badly. Investors realized then that their expectations about profits from the internet revolution had become unreal.  Of course, no two booms will unfold exactly the same way. We are now eight years into this bull market, making it the second longest in history, behind only the run-up of the late 1990s. No bull market lasts forever, and while it is clear that we are entering the late stages of this cycle, it is impossible to say whether this moment is like 1999, or 1998 — or earlier.

Rescooped by massimo facchinetti from Internet of Things - Technology focus
Scoop.it!

New research warns of skills gap threatening IoT innovation in energy sector

New research warns of skills gap threatening IoT innovation in energy sector | Future of Cloud Computing, IoT and Software Market | Scoop.it
The dreaded skills gap threatens to scupper many technological innovations with the Internet of Things (IoT) not alone – and according to a new report from Inmarsat, the energy sector could face problems down the line if it doesn’t shape up.

Via Richard Platt
more...
Richard Platt's curator insight, August 5, 2:20 PM

More than half (54%) of energy companies admit they have a shortage in cyber security personnel, while a similar number (49%) say they struggle with regards to technical support.

“Whether they work with fossil fuels or renewables, IoT offers energy companies the potential to streamline their processes and reduce costs in previously unimagined ways,” said Chuck Moseley, senior director for energy at Inmarsat Enterprise. “IoT is set to have a similarly transformative effect on a whole swathe of industries, so it’s likely that the pressure on skills will only increase.  “Energy companies who currently lack these capabilities in-house will find themselves in a heated recruitment battle for this talent, with Silicon Valley in particular offering an attractive alternative,” 

khoj in india's curator insight, August 6, 11:06 AM

http://bit.ly/2vu3sL2

Scooped by massimo facchinetti
Scoop.it!

Google, Citrix Integrate Cloud-Based Desktop Apps | CRM Daily

Google, Citrix Integrate Cloud-Based Desktop Apps | CRM Daily | Future of Cloud Computing, IoT and Software Market | Scoop.it
Business software leader Citrix is expanding its relationship with Google in a bid to bring cloud delivery of applications and desktops and secure cloud-optimized endpoints to their enterprise customers.
more...
No comment yet.
Rescooped by massimo facchinetti from Internet of Things - Company and Research Focus
Scoop.it!

Windows 10 after two years: Microsoft's mixed report card

Windows 10 after two years: Microsoft's mixed report card | Future of Cloud Computing, IoT and Software Market | Scoop.it
Two years after its splashy debut, Windows 10 is now running on more than 500 million PCs worldwide. Was the upgrade worth it? Here's my report card.

Via Richard Platt
more...
Richard Platt's curator insight, August 3, 9:32 PM

Barely a passing a Grade B overall.  Unlike in previous releases, Microsoft worked hard to get this upgrade on old PCs, giving away the new OS for the first year (in fact, that free upgrade offer never ended) and pushing it with the aggressive Get Windows 10 program.  Also unprecedented (and somewhat more controversial) is the change in the way Microsoft delivers security and reliability updates. Instead of releasing individual updates and giving customers the opportunity to pick and choose which updates to install, the Windows engineering team is now delivering cumulative updates that can be briefly deferred but not skipped.  

Rescooped by massimo facchinetti from Internet of Things - Technology focus
Scoop.it!

With IoT, air quality in Glasgow gets smart

With IoT, air quality in Glasgow gets smart | Future of Cloud Computing, IoT and Software Market | Scoop.it
Thanks to IoT, air quality monitoring in Glasgow has become more economical and efficient, helping the city reduce emissions and pollution.

Via Richard Platt
more...
Richard Platt's curator insight, August 1, 11:27 PM

For the city of Glasgow, finding a more economical way to monitor air quality as part of an effort to meet regulatory standards and reduce emissions and pollution was the mission of one of its more prominent IoT projects. The "Sensing the City" initiative, a collaboration between the University of Strathclyde Institute for Future Cities and the industry-led Centre for Sensor and Imaging Systems (CENSIS), was an effort to complement existing high-cost static sensing stations with a low-cost mobile offering that would help address gaps in coverage. CENSIS is tasked with using sensor and imaging technology to foster developments in Scotland across a variety of markets, including aerospace, healthcare, manufacturing and life sciences.  "Countries throughout the world have a need and, in many cases, a legal obligation, to ensure air quality is meeting specific standards," explained Gavin Burrows, CENSIS project manager. "[Existing static stations] provide highly accurate data, but their cost limits the quantity of deployments. Low-cost systems can be deployed flexibly and rapidly in mobile configurations to complement static stations. This can provide indicative IoT air quality data in areas without coverage in order to support identification of pollution sources." In addition, mobile systems collect data in the volume necessary for comparing  pollution models and identifying trends, Burrows said, adding that such a form factor is well-suited for deployment at scale.

Rescooped by massimo facchinetti from Collection of First in the World Wide Web
Scoop.it!

Windows 10 is making too many PCs obsolete

Windows 10 is making too many PCs obsolete | Future of Cloud Computing, IoT and Software Market | Scoop.it
Windows 10 will be supported until Oct. 14, 2025 -- unless your computer has a Clover Trail CPU. Then, you’re out of luck.

Via Collection of First
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by massimo facchinetti
Scoop.it!

Oracle Blends Hybrid Cloud, Managed Services for Customer Data Centers - ChannelE2E

Oracle Blends Hybrid Cloud, Managed Services for Customer Data Centers - ChannelE2E | Future of Cloud Computing, IoT and Software Market | Scoop.it
Oracle (ORCL) expands hybrid cloud and associated managed services directly into customers' on-premises data centers.
more...
No comment yet.
Rescooped by massimo facchinetti from The MarTech Digest
Scoop.it!

What GDPR Means for Your Business - Act-On Blog

What GDPR Means for Your Business - Act-On Blog | Future of Cloud Computing, IoT and Software Market | Scoop.it
Data subject consent is a massive issue ‒ how you obtain consent from a data subject. Under GDPR, a data subject is the actual individual and not an anomaly. Cross-border data transfers is a big one. If you’re moving data around Europe or from Europe back to the US or wherever it may go, that’s something to think about. In terms of how it’s done from an adequacy perspective, under the current environment, the cross-border data transfer mechanism between Europe and the US is governed by a program called the privacy shield, and we are privacy shield-certified as a company. But there will be other entities that come to play to help that along.

Profiling and the right to reject will be a massive issue in terms of how individuals get profiled and how they have the right to object about being profiled; meaning, if I know that you’re wearing a white shirt today, I’m going to profile your shirt preferences, and maybe send you some white pants to go with that. As the individual, the issue is how you can manage that in terms of being able to opt out of that profiling moving forward.

Via marketingIO
more...
marketingIO's curator insight, August 16, 5:38 PM

CT for details on all 10.

 

Subscribe to The MarTech Digest: http://bit.ly/miocom #MarTech

Scooped by massimo facchinetti
Scoop.it!

Google Home can now make calls and it won't cost you a dime

Google Home can now make calls and it won't cost you a dime | Future of Cloud Computing, IoT and Software Market | Scoop.it
Google has just pushed an update to its Home smart speaker that lets you make calls to any phone number in the US and Canada for free.
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by massimo facchinetti
Scoop.it!

Microsoft just made a brilliant acquisition in the cloud wars against Amazon, Google

Microsoft just made a brilliant acquisition in the cloud wars against Amazon, Google | Future of Cloud Computing, IoT and Software Market | Scoop.it
Business Insider France est un site d’information sur l’économie, les technologies, les entrepreneurs, l’innovation, les découvertes et bien plus encore. En texte, en images, en vidéos et en graphiques, de l’actualité essentielle et percutante.
more...
No comment yet.
Rescooped by massimo facchinetti from Collection of First in the World Wide Web
Scoop.it!

Bitcoin Price Tops $4,400 As Crypto Market Nears $150 Billion - CoinDesk

Bitcoin Price Tops $4,400 As Crypto Market Nears $150 Billion - CoinDesk | Future of Cloud Computing, IoT and Software Market | Scoop.it
The price of bitcoin passed $4,400 for the first time on August 14, a move that helped bring the total value of the crypto market above $140 billion.

Via Collection of First
more...
No comment yet.
Rescooped by massimo facchinetti from Strategic Knowledge Sciences
Scoop.it!

How technology is changing manufacturing

How technology is changing manufacturing | Future of Cloud Computing, IoT and Software Market | Scoop.it
“if current trends continue, it could well be that a generation from now a quarter of middle-aged men will be out of work at any given moment”. That has enormous political and social consequences. It helps us to understand the 2016 electoral success both of Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders. Voters have a sense that things are not going well for working class votes and may actually get worse. Those individuals are understandably worried and anxious.

Via J. Steven Sprenger ✔
more...
No comment yet.
Rescooped by massimo facchinetti from Marketing Mix
Scoop.it!

How blockchain technology will revolutionize advertising - Chief Marketing Technologist

How blockchain technology will revolutionize advertising - Chief Marketing Technologist | Future of Cloud Computing, IoT and Software Market | Scoop.it
The following is an excerpt from the new e-book, The CMO Primer For The Blockchain World: How This “Trust Machine” Impacts Branding, Customer Experience, Advertising and Much More by Jeremy Epstein, CEO of Never Stop Marketing. It features forewords by the CMO of NASDAQ, Jeremy Skule and the CMO of Dun & Bradstreet, Rishi Dave. …

Via Oliver Durrer
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by massimo facchinetti
Scoop.it!

IBM Sets New Capacity Record For Tape At 330TB In A Single Cartridge | StorageReview.com - Storage Reviews

IBM Sets New Capacity Record For Tape At 330TB In A Single Cartridge | StorageReview.com - Storage Reviews | Future of Cloud Computing, IoT and Software Market | Scoop.it
() IBM Research announced, with the help of Sony Storage Media Solutions, the have achieved a capacity breakthrough in tape storage. IBM was able to fit 201 Gb/in^2 (gigabits per square inch) in areal density on a prototype sputtered magnetic tape. This marks the fifth capacity record IBM has hit since 2006.
more...
Numalis's curator insight, August 8, 1:51 AM
Current technological trend is to produce more and more data, without really thinking about what to do about it. There is so much data that many people are already thinking about replacing the cloud computing with a more distributed approach (the fog). But even if the industry restraint itself to store only curated data and not a bunch of raw unstructured (and easily outdated) data, it still needs to store it efficiently. The tape approach proposed by IBM is an interesting take, while being highly resilient it can now also store a huge amount of data.
Scooped by massimo facchinetti
Scoop.it!

The enterprise technologies to watch in 2017 | ZDNet

The enterprise technologies to watch in 2017 | ZDNet | Future of Cloud Computing, IoT and Software Market | Scoop.it
It was a rebuilding year in a sense, as emerging tech for the enterprise steadily proceeded but didn't result in as many new targets to track as last year. Yet it's also abundantly clear the largest digital shifts by far are still ahead of us. Here's how 2017 is breaking down.
more...
No comment yet.
Rescooped by massimo facchinetti from :: The 4th Era ::
Scoop.it!

The robots are coming, this time to rural Wisconsin :: Washington Post

The robots are coming, this time to rural Wisconsin :: Washington Post | Future of Cloud Computing, IoT and Software Market | Scoop.it
In factory after American factory, the surrender of the industrial age to the age of automation continues at a record pace. The transformation is decades along, its primary reasons well-established: a search for cost-cutting and efficiency.

But as one factory in Wisconsin is showing, the forces driving automation can evolve — for reasons having to do with the condition of the American workforce. The robots were coming in not to replace humans, and not just as a way to modernize, but also because reliable humans had become so hard to find. It was part of a labor shortage spreading across America, one that economists said is stemming from so many things at once. A low unemployment rate. The retirement of baby boomers. A younger generation that doesn’t want factory jobs. And, more and more, a workforce in declining health: because of alcohol, because of despair and depression, because of a spike in the use of opioids and other drugs.

Via Jim Lerman
more...
No comment yet.
Rescooped by massimo facchinetti from Business Intelligence
Scoop.it!

GDPR for small businesses: What it means for you

GDPR for small businesses: What it means for you | Future of Cloud Computing, IoT and Software Market | Scoop.it
We look at how the new data protection laws will impact SMBs

Via ArrowECS
more...
No comment yet.
Rescooped by massimo facchinetti from The MarTech Digest
Scoop.it!

[FREE] CMO Primer for the Blockchain World - Never Stop Marketing

[FREE] CMO Primer for the Blockchain World - Never Stop Marketing | Future of Cloud Computing, IoT and Software Market | Scoop.it
Like the internet, mobile, and social, blockchain technology will have a dramatic impact on marketing and marketers.

This book was created to help you get prepared.

The CMO Primer for the Blockchain World includes:

Forewords by Jeremy Skule, CMO of Nasdaq, and Rishi Dave, CMO of Dun & Bradstreet
Seven sections on topics such as branding, customer experience, and loyalty
Contributions from thought leaders and early blockchain-enabled vendors

Via marketingIO
more...
marketingIO's curator insight, July 31, 10:26 PM

Free Ebook.

 

Subscribe to The MarTech Digest: http://bit.ly/miocom #MarTech

Scooped by massimo facchinetti
Scoop.it!

Introducing Zoho One « Zoho Blog

Introducing Zoho One « Zoho Blog | Future of Cloud Computing, IoT and Software Market | Scoop.it

Today we launch Zoho One. It's our biggest market launch ever. We've never spanned so many products. We've never released across so many markets o
more...
No comment yet.