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[Infographic]: Future Of Cloud Computing - Tools Journal

[Infographic]: Future Of Cloud Computing - Tools Journal | Future IT trends | Scoop.it
[Infographic]: Future Of Cloud Computing

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Current article written in 2014.

Shows statistics of the cloud today and the future of cloud computing.

 

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Yihan She's curator insight, March 28, 2014 12:27 AM

The cloud technology has adapted into our life already, it makes the computer calculating faster without hardware limitation, also it protect our important information online, such as contact detail, important photo or videos. Whenever our hand device is stolen or crashed, we can at least protect the data.  In future years, as the internet can catch a better connect speed, cloud technology could be more useful

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Forget Dongles And Passwords, The Future Of Mobile Payments Is Biometrics

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Forget Dongles And Passwords, The Future Of Mobile Payments Is Biometrics - By some estimates, Americans could be spending $90 billion a year in mobile payments by 2017—a sharp increase from the 12.8 billion spent in 2012. 


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Current Article, from quality source.

Discusses the future of biometrics in payments as a safer and more secure measure for consumers.

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Craig Aberle's curator insight, February 28, 2014 1:19 PM

Finger Print ID Readers have been utilized for several years with Restaurant POS systems to eliminate buddy punching and restrict manager access to the POS (blog post with more fingerprint ID info is available at http://www.pos-advice.com/fingerprint-id-readers-a-valuable-pos-option/), why has it taken so long to get this much needed feature on our smartphones?  Mobile is not just for the chains, Mobile is for every restaurant and Mobile is NOW!  Subscribe to our free Restaurant Newsletter for the latest weekly Mobile news at http://pos-advicenewsletter.com/!

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2014 Will Be The Year Of Wearable Technology

2014 Will Be The Year Of Wearable Technology | Future IT trends | Scoop.it
The next wave of hardware innovation in mobile is going to come from the rise of wearable technology.

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Discusses the trends in 2013 and beyond for wearable devices and the high interest from major companies investing in it.

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Ben Findlow's curator insight, November 4, 2013 2:52 PM

I think this is going to be the "hit" when ever this new piece of technology comes out.

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The Future of Wearable Technology

The Future of Wearable Technology | Future IT trends | Scoop.it
While geeks accepted wearable technology first, will the general public get on board?

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Article title describes it all. 

Article still quite current. Updated in Oct 2013

Discusses wearable technology market increasing especially in the health and fitness industry.

 

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Eric_Determined / Eric Silverstein's curator insight, October 7, 2013 1:01 AM

Scott provides good insights into where the technology of today is, and where it may go:

 

"Just as smartphones moved technology and communications off of the desktop and into your hand, there is every reason to expect that wearable technology will eventually replace smartphones. While having the Internet in your hand seems like a miracle now, to our kids--who may see it from glasses or hide it in their jewelry and operate it with just a few gestures--physical texting and pushing a button to receive a phone call will be so "last century."


What are your thoughts on wearable technology? Privacy vs benefits?

Michelle Bowman's curator insight, October 8, 2013 12:36 PM

I like having my iphone attached cause how many times have we dropped it, but what I wonder is will the device pre-empt all in-person conversations and constantly distract my focus on work?

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Use Biometric Time Clocks for Processing Payroll Meticulously

Use Biometric Time Clocks for Processing Payroll Meticulously | Future IT trends | Scoop.it

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Current Article produced in 2014

Looks at the insights of time sheets for employees. And the future benefits biometric time clocks can have on it. Simplifying the entire process.

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Michael Stein's curator insight, February 28, 2014 4:58 AM

Managing the timesheets of your employees can be a daunting task because of the complications that are involved. It became obvious that there was a need for biometric time clocks that could simplify the entire process by automating it and at the same time, ensuring that security was inherent within the system. http://goo.gl/3TUQfa

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The Rise of Mobile Commerce | Visual.ly

The Rise of Mobile Commerce | Visual.ly | Future IT trends | Scoop.it
Mobile commerce is huge, and it's only getting bigger.
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Great Visual aspect on the growing industry of Mobile commerce

from 2011 to 2013. And increasing trends by 2015. 

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Retailers must adapt to mobile commerce or be left behind

For more Mobile Commerce news related articles.Mobile commerce is changing retail
The world is changing and must of this change is being born from technology.

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Global Mobile Commerce Infographic: Shoppers’ Habits Around the World | Mobify

Global Mobile Commerce Infographic: Shoppers’ Habits Around the World | Mobify | Future IT trends | Scoop.it
Mobile Web Platform for Mobile Commerce and Mobile Websites

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Visual Statics on global mobile commerce. Analyzes the worlds online shopping traffic on mobile devices and the current trends.

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The Evolution of Cloud Computing | Cloud Computing Journal

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Charlotte Au's curator insight, March 27, 2014 6:31 PM

This useful article explains how cloud computing has evolved over many years to be where it is now.and how it is likely to develop in the future.

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HP To Enter 3D Printing Market With 'Big Technology ...

HP To Enter 3D Printing Market With 'Big Technology ... | Future IT trends | Scoop.it
For a lot of people, their first 3D printer may well be an HP printer. The company is readying a big announcement for June that will pertain to 3D printing technology, and although there’s not much else to go on in terms of details, the company has revealed to Reuters that it has figured out some of the technical issues that can make the 3D printing process slower and less accurate.

Particularly, HP engineers have supposedly solved a problem with substrate quality that affects the quality and durability of prints.

"It's like watching ice melt,” said HP CEO Meg Whitman on the speed of most 3D printers. “And the quality of today's 3D printingis not as good as it should be -- the surface of the substrate is not perfect. We actually think we've solved these problems."
Read more: http://hothardware.com/News/HP-To-Enter-3D-Printing-Market-With-Big-Technology-Announcement-In-June/#ixzz2wrGylpFT

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Wearable Technology: The New Data Revolution

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Wearable technology isn’t a new concept. From a standard wristwatch to a pair of polarized ski goggles that protect your eyes from the sun and snow, basic wearable technology is everywhere you look.

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The effect of wearable technology on the corporate network in 2014

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Sony has filed a patent application for "SmartWig", as companies continue the tousle to lead the way in wearable technology.

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Global and China Biometric Systems Industry 2014 Market Research Report Market, Trends, Share, Size Research Report

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Global and China Biometric Systems Industry 2014 Market Research Report Market Research Report Published in 2014-02-20


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bhakti ganjare's curator insight, February 20, 2014 1:24 AM
The report (http://www.researchmoz.us/global-and-china-biometric-systems-industry-2014-market-research-report-report.html ) firstly introduced Biometric Systems basic information included Biometric Systems definition classification application industry chain structure industry overview; international market analysis, China domestic market analysis, Macroeconomic environment and economic situation analysis and influence, Biometric Systems industry policy and plan, Biometric Systems product specification, manufacturing process, product cost structure etc. then statistics Global and China key manufacturers Biometric Systems capacity production cost price profit production value gross margin etc details information, at the same time, statistics these manufacturers Biometric Systems products customers application capacity market position company contact information etc company related information, then collect all these manufacturers data and listed Global and China Specialty Carbon Black capacity production capacity market share production market share supply demand shortage import export consumption etc data statistics, and then introduced Global and China Biometric Systems 2009-2019 capacity production price cost profit production value gross margin etc information.  
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3D-printed liver replica to help in transplant operations - NDTV

3D-printed liver replica to help in transplant operations - NDTV | Future IT trends | Scoop.it
The 3D-printed liver replicas, made of transparent material threaded with coloured arteries and veins, could help surgeons prevent complications while performing liver transplants or removing tumours, a path-breaking research shows.

Till date, surgeons look at a magnetic resonance image (MRI) or a computed tomography (CT) scan to visualise the liver and plan the operation.

"We provide the surgeons with a physical model that is 100 percent identical to what they would encounter in surgery when they operate," Nizar Zein, chief of hepatology at the Cleveland Clinic in Ohio, was quoted as saying.

It takes away some of the potential surprises that would be found at the time of surgery.

To create the artificial liver, the researchers combined the MRI and CT scans that patients have already undergone and then recreated the 3D shape of the organ.

These models were anatomically accurate in terms of volume and location of vessels in the liver.

Using these models, the team created the 3D-printed organs using a transparent polymer, then dyed the main blood vessels and the bile ducts.

The researchers are now developing similar methods to guide complicated surgeries, such as hand and face transplants, and pancreatic tumour removals.

The new liver replica could also be used to train medical students in the techniques needed for surgery, Zein added in a study published in the journal Liver Transplantation.

Relevantly, a US company in January claimed to have developed the world's first multi-material full-colour 3D printer capable of making objects of hard, soft and flexible polymers.

The 3D printer developed by Stratasys features "triple-jetting" technology that combines droplets of three base materials, reducing the need for separate print runs and painting.


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Inge Bothma's curator insight, March 12, 2014 5:03 AM

WOW! So amazing

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Mobile Commerce - Mobile traffic hits 13% of total web traffic, study finds - Internet Retailer

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Internet Retailer - Technology/Mobile Commerce - Mobile traffic hits 13% of total web traffic, study finds...


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Mobile Commerce - Tech-savvy mobile shoppers went crazy this holiday season, survey finds - Internet Retailer

Mobile Commerce - Tech-savvy mobile shoppers went crazy this holiday season, survey finds - Internet Retailer | Future IT trends | Scoop.it
Internet Retailer - Technology/Mobile Commerce - Tech-savvy mobile shoppers went crazy this holiday season, survey finds...
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By 2017: 170M wearable wireless health and fitness devices | mobihealthnews

By 2017: 170M wearable wireless health and fitness devices | mobihealthnews | Future IT trends | Scoop.it
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Big data and cloud computing - important technology trends

Bill Laberis, Editorial Director for the Enterprise CIO Forum, and Heather Campbell, President of BasicallyIT and former Canadian Pacific Railway CIO, explor...
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