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Expect Amazon to make a Surprising Acquisition in 2018

Expect Amazon to make a Surprising Acquisition in 2018 | Future of Cloud Computing, IoT and Software Market | Scoop.it
Amazon will make an unconventional acquisition in this 2018

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Web Application Development Trends 2018

Web Application Development Trends 2018 | Future of Cloud Computing, IoT and Software Market | Scoop.it

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Oracle cloud strategy extends to Australia with Aconex purchase

Oracle cloud strategy extends to Australia with Aconex purchase | Future of Cloud Computing, IoT and Software Market | Scoop.it
Oracle landed a $1.2 billion deal to purchase Australian cloud company Aconex for $1.2 billion as part of a wider initiative to tak
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How Cloud Heavyweights Microsoft, Amazon And IBM Will Transform Cloud Computing In 2018

How Cloud Heavyweights Microsoft, Amazon And IBM Will Transform Cloud Computing In 2018 | Future of Cloud Computing, IoT and Software Market | Scoop.it
As the cloud-computing industry matures in 2018 from a tech-centric and inwardly focused clique to a customer-centric driver of business innovation and business value, cloud-computing powerhouses Microsoft, Amazon and IBM have unique strategies that are rapidly turning the cloud market upside-down.
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6 internet of things trends that will dominate 2018

6 internet of things trends that will dominate 2018 | Future of Cloud Computing, IoT and Software Market | Scoop.it
Many organizations are already incorporating IoT technologies into their products, processes and workflows, but 2018 is shaping up to be a breakout year for IoT deployments. Here are six IoT trends to watch in 2018.

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Why Blockchain Matters to Small Businesses

Why Blockchain Matters to Small Businesses | Future of Cloud Computing, IoT and Software Market | Scoop.it
The technology can be used for much more than cryptocurrency.

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Aliens, autonomous cars, and AI: This is the world of 2118

Aliens, autonomous cars, and AI: This is the world of 2118 | Future of Cloud Computing, IoT and Software Market | Scoop.it
From brain-computer interfaces to rising seas, the lives of humans living a century from now might look a lot different than ours do today.

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7 best practices for selling IIoT as a Service

7 best practices for selling IIoT as a Service | Future of Cloud Computing, IoT and Software Market | Scoop.it
Industrial Internet of Things solutions, built on a cloud-based infrastructure, create opportunities for new business models and value delivery methods.

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The 5G revolution: 3 things business leaders need to know

The 5G revolution: 3 things business leaders need to know | Future of Cloud Computing, IoT and Software Market | Scoop.it
A panel of experts at CES 2018 discussed 5G's impact on next-gen tech like cloud computing and self-driving cars.

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The Evolving Role Of The CIO In 2018

The Evolving Role Of The CIO In 2018 | Future of Cloud Computing, IoT and Software Market | Scoop.it
Today’s CIO has rightfully assumed a much more prominent place in the strategic thinking of the business.

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Why Edge Computing Is The Next Technology Trend Worth Watching

Why Edge Computing Is The Next Technology Trend Worth Watching | Future of Cloud Computing, IoT and Software Market | Scoop.it
Edge computing is a term you'll be hearing a lot about in the next few years. Here's why.

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Big Data: Amazon, Google, Microsoft, The Cloud And Other 2018 Trends

Big Data: Amazon, Google, Microsoft, The Cloud And Other 2018 Trends | Future of Cloud Computing, IoT and Software Market | Scoop.it
In his latest book, “Thank You For Being Late,” Thomas Friedman highlighted 2007 as one of the most pivotal years in technology: 2007 saw the birth of Hadoop, the iPhone and Amazon’s Kindle for instance. My bet is that 2018 will start a new era for the technology space very much like 2007 did.

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Intel launches five Core chips with Radeon graphics from rival AMD

Intel launches five Core chips with Radeon graphics from rival AMD | Future of Cloud Computing, IoT and Software Market | Scoop.it
Intel unveils the speeds, feeds, and prices of the 8th-gen Intel Core with Radeon RX Vega M graphics, or what some are calling Kaby Lake-G. The new chips will appear in notebooks from Dell and HP, plus new Intel NUCs.

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Intel’s startling marriage with AMD’s graphics chips has finally borne fruit, as Intel announced five new Core H-series chips that use two variants of the AMD “Vega M” GPU. The combination of Intel and AMD technology should outperform a last-gen system with a discrete Nvidia chip, Intel says.  The new 8th-generation, quad-core Core i5 and Core i7 chips, together with what AMD calls the Radeon RX Vega M GPU, will power laptops from Dell and HP. They’ll also appear in new Intel-branded “Hades Canyon” NUCs, with prices beginning at $799 and $999, Intel said.  Intel’s announcement Sunday at CES adds a significant amount of detail to the bombshell AMD and Intel dropped in November. Intel’s overarching goal with its Core/Radeon combination has been to deliver a gaming PC with great VR capabilities within an ultrabook form factor. We now know the NUCs will ship in late March, though timing remains unclear for the notebook launches. Intel also shared more information on speeds and feeds.

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IoT in Action: The promise of AI-enabled IoT

IoT in Action: The promise of AI-enabled IoT | Future of Cloud Computing, IoT and Software Market | Scoop.it
The next technology revolution is underway. Advances in artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning coupled with more robust and competent devices is driving transformation across industries and workstreams, from small farms in India to huge corporations in the United States.

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IBM Fueling 2018 Cloud Growth With 1,900 Cloud Patents Plus Blazingly Fast AI-Optimized Chip

IBM Fueling 2018 Cloud Growth With 1,900 Cloud Patents Plus Blazingly Fast AI-Optimized Chip | Future of Cloud Computing, IoT and Software Market | Scoop.it
IBM, after shocking observers in 2017 by posting cloud-computing revenue on par with that of cloud powerhouses Microsoft and Amazon, is counting on sustained R&D investments to drive more cloud growth in 2018: IBM earned more than 1,900 cloud-technology patents and released an AI-optimized chip.
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Microsoft Acquisition Of Avere Signals Expansion In Hybrid Cloud Investment

Microsoft Acquisition Of Avere Signals Expansion In Hybrid Cloud Investment | Future of Cloud Computing, IoT and Software Market | Scoop.it
Analyst Rhett Dillingham explores Microsoft's recent acquisition of storage vendor Avere Systems.
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Microsoft gains competitive edge over AWS in cloud computing market

Microsoft gains competitive edge over AWS in cloud computing market | Future of Cloud Computing, IoT and Software Market | Scoop.it
According to research from KeyBanc analysts, Microsoft outperformed Amazon Web Services in the fourth quarter of 2017, increasing its cloud market share from 16
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IBM and Maersk Are Creating a New Blockchain Company

IBM and Maersk Are Creating a New Blockchain Company | Future of Cloud Computing, IoT and Software Market | Scoop.it
IBM and Maersk are teaming up to form a new blockchain company that will apply blockchain technology to global shipping supply chains.

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3 Top AI Articles You Need to Read

3 Top AI Articles You Need to Read | Future of Cloud Computing, IoT and Software Market | Scoop.it
If you only read 3 AI articles this week, read these ones.

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A Breakdown of Robot Sales in 2017

A Breakdown of Robot Sales in 2017 | Future of Cloud Computing, IoT and Software Market | Scoop.it
What hardware is making automation happen, what does it mean for jobs, and what is this doing to the skills gap?

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The highest number of orders for robots ever recorded happened in the first nine months of 2017. 27,294 orders of robots valued at approximately $1.473 billion were sold in North America. These figures represent growth of 14% in units and 10% in dollars compared to the first nine months of 2016. Automotive-related orders are up 11% in units and 10% in dollars, while non-automotive orders are up 20% and 11%, respectively. The hottest industries were metals (54%), automotive components (42%), and food and consumer goods (21%). The article breaks down what that means for manufacturers.

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The one thing everybody forgets about Gartner's hype cycle, even in martech - Chief Marketing Technologist

The one thing everybody forgets about Gartner's hype cycle, even in martech - Chief Marketing Technologist | Future of Cloud Computing, IoT and Software Market | Scoop.it
At the peak of inflated expectations, you want to avoid overspending on technology and overpromising results. You don’t want to ignore the movement entirely, since there is fire smoldering below the smoke. But you want to evaluate claims carefully, run things with an experimental mindset, and focus on real learning.

In the trough of disillusionment, that’s when you want to pour gas on the fire. Leverage what you learned from your experimental phase to scale up the things you know work, because you’ve proven them in your business.

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The one thing everybody forgets about Gartner's hype cycle, even in martech - Chief Marketing Technologist

 

Spot on advice, and really the only way to capitalize on the Hype Cycle.

 

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At the peak of inflated expectations, you want to avoid overspending on technology and over-promising results. You don’t want to ignore the movement entirely, since there is fire smoldering below the smoke. But you want to evaluate claims carefully, run things with an experimental mindset, and focus on real learning.  In the trough of disillusionment, that’s when you want to pour gas on the fire. Leverage what you learned from your experimental phase to scale up the things you know work, because you’ve proven them in your business.

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Technologies that will dominate 2018

Technologies that will dominate 2018 | Future of Cloud Computing, IoT and Software Market | Scoop.it
If implemented the right way, technology can change the face of how a business can flourish within a set period of time. Let's wait & see how this unfolds.

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Disrupting Enterprise Data With The Cloud: What We Can Learn From The Music Industry

Disrupting Enterprise Data With The Cloud: What We Can Learn From The Music Industry | Future of Cloud Computing, IoT and Software Market | Scoop.it
Data scientists should take a page from Spotify's book to create their own data mixtapes.

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What Intel, Nvidia, AMD and Qualcomm Announced At CES

What Intel, Nvidia, AMD and Qualcomm Announced At CES | Future of Cloud Computing, IoT and Software Market | Scoop.it
Nvidia, Intel, AMD and Qualcomm debuted new products for video gamers, self-driving cars and AI programs at the CES show in Las Vegas.

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The Big 4 US Semiconductor Companies - Nvidia, Intel, AMD and Qualcomm report out what they're working on for 2018 and beyond.

Nvidia: The main focus at CES was on Nvidia’s autonomous car effort and its Xavier chipset, announced last year and now ready for manufacturers to test. The microprocessor packs 9 billion transistors onto a chip in a small package that can power all of a car’s self-driving features. Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang bragged that it took 2,000 engineers and cost $2 billion to develop Xavier. Volkswagen said it would use Nvidia chips for its self-driving vehicles and Uber disclosed it has been using Nvidia in its fleet of autonomous Volvos.  Nvidia Gamers got a new streaming service called “GeForce Now” that will let them play titles with the most complex imagery even on laptops without powerful graphics chips. Nvidia will do the massive calculating needed on graphics cards running on cloud servers and then send the result that determine what the laptop should display on the screen back to the game player over the Internet. That should allow even a laptop with a relatively wimpy built-in graphics card to run complex games (but is still in beta). The company also introduced a new PC gaming monitor standard dubbed the Big Format Gaming Display, or BFGD, which allows games to run on 65-inch screens at 4K resolution with support for a broader range of colors known as high dynamic range. The end result should be larger, sharper and better looking gaming images on a big screen.

AMD:  New central processors based on last year’s ground-breaking Ryzen design that also integrate built in graphics chips are coming this month for laptops and next month for desktop computers. A second generation of Ryzen chips that will be even faster arrives in April, while an update to AMD’s super-speedy Threadripper processor, best for handling complex tasks like video and photo editing, are expected for the second half of the year.  AMD also said that by the end of the year it would be able to reduce the scale of its Vega graphics chips to just 7 nanometers, down from 12 and 14 nanometer designs now in use. The smaller scale allows more transistors to be packed into the same space, speeding up performance and likely saving energy.

Intel: The big surprise 1st unveiled in November was the teaming up with AMD, Intel said it would sell five versions of a chip aimed at laptops that combine its own central processor with AMD’s Vega graphics chip.  A number of new partnerships in the automotive industry. Some 2 million cars made by BMW, Nissan and Volkswagen will collect data with technology from Mobileye, the Israeli sensor company Intel acquired last year, to create low cost, high definition maps, he said.

Qualcomm:  Created a kit for hardware makers that want to incorporate smart digital voice assistants into new devices. Its stated effort would be compatible with all three major assistants on the market: Amazon Alexa, Microsoft Cortana and Google Assistant.  The company also announced deals to supply chips and antennas to bring gigabit speed and faster cellular service to upcoming smartphones made by Google, HTC, LG, Samsung, and Sony. Noticeably missing from the announcement, however, was the world’s most profitable smartphone maker, Apple, which has been increasingly relying on Intel for the cellular components in iPhones.  On the automotive front, Qualcomm unveiled deals to add more technology to cars from Honda and Land Rover. The 2018 Honda Accord will feature Internet connectivity, navigation and entertainment systems powered by Qualcomm chips. And Land Rover will use Qualcomm chips to offer cellular Internet connectivity in some of its models, too.

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How Piracy Benefits Companies, Even If They Don't Admit it

How Piracy Benefits Companies, Even If They Don't Admit it | Future of Cloud Computing, IoT and Software Market | Scoop.it
We've talked a lot about the legality of piracy a lot here at Lifehacker, but really, you're probably breaking the law everyday anyway. However, piracy can sometimes have its benefits. Even to the companies who own the copyrights.

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