The most recent Big Data news from TechWeekEurope. Analytics in real time without sampling, Big Data promises to revolutionise areas including customer services and smart cities. But what’s the reality? We check the latest developments in products and services
Perfecting the quantum computer could finally be in reach. Data and communications are now an enterprise’s most precious asset. If a quantum network could be developed, what would this mean for businesses?
The blockchain could become one of the most disruptive technologies ever created. However, with sluggish uptake, what is preventing the blockchain from fulfilling its promise, and how can enterprises leverage the blockchain to deliver tangible change across their organizations?
As the wearable technology sector continues to expand, CTOs considering their company’s next innovation in this space should pay close attention to healthcare. With personalized health monitoring growing, wearable healthcare is set to become the next mass market.
As the co-founder and CTO of Rainbird Technologies, Ben is the driving force behind the fusion of human expertise and automated decision-making. He holds degree in artificial intelligence from the University of Sussex, is a former Adobe computer scientist, and is an active member of the All Party Parliamentary Group on Artificial Intelligence (APPG AI).
As data proliferates, creating robust, integrated and secure infrastructures is essential for all businesses no matter their size. Understanding how a Big Data ecosystems evolve, ensures the value of data is always revealed.
Data is now every business’s most precious commodity. Having a workforce that can manage this resource is an imperative for all enterprises. Bridging the Big Data skills gap is possible with clearly defined strategic planning
With 5G touted as the catalyst that will propel us into a future transformed by the Internet of Things, we spoke to Troy Hunt, Microsoft Regional Director and MVP, and the creator of the Have I Been Pwned? about the changing nature of gadget hacks, industrial cyberattacks, Huawei, and the implications of data gathering on an unprecedented scale by the tech giants…
What will 5G mean to consumers? Will we enter a world where digital communications have no limits? How do the mobile networks have to evolve to deliver the next-generation services consumers are expecting?
Manufacturing looks set to become one of the first industries to be transformed by 5G. Until now, the full potential of IoT has not been fully realised as network capacity, speed and latency have been barriers. 5G could remove all these obstacles.