It hasn’t been long since virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR) and mixed reality (MR) fired up our imagination, but a new family member – extended reality (XR) – has already come into general use. This notion combines the three phenomena, and their proliferation and convergence are the reason why XR has emerged.
A huge ecosystem of connected devices, named the Internet of Things, has been expanding over the globe for the last two decades. Now, the overwhelming number of objects around us are enabled to collect, process and send data to other objects, applications or servers. They span numerous industries and use cases, including manufacturing, medicine, automotive, security systems, transportation and more.
In the next couple of decades, our society will undergo many changes and will be quite different from what it is today. One significant factor that impacts and transforms various aspects of everyday life is the rapid expansion of the artificial intelligence and robotics industry.
The Internet of Things is no longer an experiment. It is penetrating all vertical markets, promising new opportunities both for customers and service providers. The IoT infrastructure has the greatest potential to integrate the physical and digital worlds and create new revenue streams and business models.
In 2011, Amazon extended the functionality of its cloud with a new service – AWS Elastic Beanstalk, which simplifies the lives of companies that use Amazon Web Services (AWS). Since then, numerous companies deploy applications using Elastic Beanstalk to facilitate the deployment and scaling of their web workloads, and more than 13,000 websites have come to rely on this service.
At the moment, there are more than 2,500 web content management systems available in the market. Most of these CMS platforms provide a range of features that allow companies to develop high-performance websites with dynamic content and a user-friendly interface. That’s why it may be a real challenge to choose the best web content management system suitable for your marketing strategy.
The human mind generates an endless number of ideas that may turn into valuable assets and start bringing profits. Such intangible creations are called intellectual property (IP).
On-premises infrastructure faces many challenges and may become ineffective for business at some point. But what is the alternative? The most advanced solution by now is moving your legacy system to the cloud.