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By Gilad Maayan
  The main purpose of DevOps is to reduce software development, and deployment cycle time. DevOps practices enable faster software releases through continuous delivery, and agile methodologies. These practices enable software developers to achieve more growth. If you are interested in pursuing a career in DevOps, you need to have…
By Anna Johansson
Gone are the days of piecing together different hardware, software, and technology to develop a makeshift technological ecosystem. Businesses have to be intentional with which tools and programs they use, otherwise they could be compromised by poor efficiency, low profitability, and even cyber attacks. Does your business have the right tech stack in place?
By Suzanne Bertschi
Since cyber crime is currently such a threat to businesses, a trend that is not likely to change anytime soon, the demand for BAs is on the rise.
By Lucy Manole
Blockchain technology is increasingly becoming popular, and many industries have been impacted by its use. This technology has already revolutionized industries, including healthcare, finance, real estate, and education.
By Zhang Jialiang
[Sponsored Content] 5G provides advanced connectivity that will enable the Convergence of Everything  across many different scenarios and devices. But as our devices are used in more different ways, they will require more power, and the pressure on battery life and charging will continue to increase.
By Gilad Maayan
Centralized cloud security has emerged in response to the increasing need to defend complex ecosystems. However, before you decide on using a centralized security solution, you need to understand its benefits and challenges. This article offers a review of benefits and challenges, which may help you understand whether centralized cloud…
By Charles Macfarlane
  The use of high-performance computing (HPC) in data modeling, AI, and analytics has already significantly exceeded expectations. But the next decade will see explosive growth in capability and performance, achieved with special new processors and industry-standard software programmability.  As we battle global threats, from COVID-19 to global warming, achieving…
By Charles Macfarlane
  There’s little doubt that advanced processors will drive tomorrow’s cars, SUVs, and trucks. They’ll be expected to interpret their surroundings and safely take control of steering, braking, and other functions.  Over-The-Air software updates (OTAs) to vehicles will ensure they are always maintained with the latest software and fixes throughout…
By Larry Alton
  Technology has been making travel easier for decades. For example, can you imagine airlines having to sell, cancel, and track flights manually? It seems like an impossible task. Without technology, airlines wouldn’t be able to offer near-instant seats on cancelled flights or offer self-booking through a website. Without technology,…
By Travis Goodreau
As you welcome the Internet of Things (IoT) into your home, turning it into a “smart” home, you’re also likely making it an “insecure” home. Sure, a more connected home makes your life easier and more efficient. But with increased internet-based convenience comes an increased risk of becoming the target…
By Sourodip Biswas
The payments landscape has changed over time because customers are more exposed to newer, efficient, and more seamless payment modes than ever. This is one of the reasons why businesses have to walk with this ever-changing industry to allow their customers to experience the best and fastest services from your end. 
By Gaurav Belani
Web development has always been a dynamic segment with fast-changing trends and technology updates. Failure to keep up with these trends can adversely impact your online presence and bottom line. Further, such businesses are often unable to develop and maintain an enterprise-grade website that attracts customers and drives conversions. 
  Historically, women have been systematically excluded from higher education. Although we’ve made great progress in opening education to women in recent decades, there is still a great deal of work that remains to be done. This is especially true in the STEM fields, which see a great imbalance of male…
By Kayla Matthews
  For some, productivity is always a challenge. However, when you transition into remote work, staying productive can be an even more significant hurdle. If you want to maintain productivity while working from home, you need to follow a few steps. Whether you’re a student, researcher or any other kind…
By Gilad Maayan
User experience is a crucial part of any website, platform, and mobile application. The goal is to make the experience positive, thus encouraging repeat usage until the desired call to action is achieved. Hyper personalization applies automation and smart insights for the purpose of serving each unique user customized content.
By Gaurav Belani
Web development has always been a dynamic segment with fast-changing trends and technology updates. Failure to keep up with these trends can adversely impact your online presence and bottom line. Further, such businesses are often unable to develop and maintain an enterprise-grade website that attracts customers and drives conversions. 
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By Andrej Kovačević
  In today’s digital world, networking technology is everything. It’s what makes the internet possible. It’s how businesses support sprawling multinational footprints. It’s even stitching together the appliances in our homes into one, smart, convenient fabric. For all of its importance, though, networking technology as a whole doesn’t tend to…
By Rebecca Willis
  As cloud platforms are becoming more popular by the minute, we are more and more exposed to the fact that these systems have plenty of security concerns. As computer scientists and systems architects, it’s our job to confront these problems and create safer products for consumers. Here are the…
By Andrej Kovačević
  Over the past few weeks, businesses of all shapes, sizes, and descriptions have had their daily operations upended by the coronavirus. For some, it’s meant finding new ways to handle retail operations. Solutions have run the gamut from shifting to online-only sales to moving to curbside pickup and additional…
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