Internet of things (IoT) is one of the most discussed and encouraged developments in the world of technology and business.
In a significant milestone, an international research team led by the University of Bern and the Netherlands Cancer Institute have developed 3D cell cultures (organoids) in which genes can be specifically changed.
With the application of advanced technologies such as artificial intelligence and machine learning, the analytics market is growing at a rapid pace across all verticals.
The Internet of Things (IoT) today connects multitude of devices through the Internet, effectively integrating greater compute capability, and also using data analytics to extract meaningful information.
In 2016 a major DDoS attack handicapped the internet by penetrating the Mirai botnet, compromising approximately 100,000 devices in the process.
Any threat to small businesses (SMBs) has an impact on the global economy. With cyber attacks against SMBs on the rise, many are struggling to maintain profits for even a month.
Data is an integral part of any kind of business, most notably for sales and marketing departments, where efficiency plays a vital role in integration and the ultimate growth of the business.
In the years to come, retaining and increasing the consumer trust will be of key importance to future-proof supply chain processes.