There is a cost to prioritizing speed over software quality.
Today’s CIO is in a tough spot. As one of the fastest-growing professions, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, we are seeing more newly promoted CIOs enter the job market than ever before. In addition to this flood of fresh CIOs who have limited experience managing increasingly complex IT issues, we have CEOs and boards putting more pressure on IT organizations to deliver updates faster while keeping software agile and guaranteeing software security to prevent damaging outages, as we saw in the case of Equifax.
In 2018 wordt alles slimmer. Tenminste, als je alle trendwatchers mag geloven: kunstmatige intelligentie (ki of arificial intelligence, ai), zelfsturende auto’s en drones, cryptocurrencies en internet of things (IoT) hebben met elkaar gemeen dat technologie weer een stukje slimmer wordt. Het gevolg van deze slimmere technologieën is dat bedrijven steeds meer veranderen in softwarebedrijven.
ASUS today revealed its all-new lineup of connected devices in the ASUS Showcase Room at CES ® 2018 in Las Vegas, displaying how the ASUS ecosystem delivers connectivity across our product lines to keep users in touch around the home, at the office and on the go. Brand-new ASUS networking devices debuting today include Lyra Voice and Lyra Trio, with the RT-AX88U also on display.
There are publications, journals, books, week-long conferences (like CES) and endless amounts of information written about all of the incredible advancements in technology and innovation. For non-technical business owners, it’s enough to make your head spin. Here’s a list that breaks it all down. This is not an academic, exhaustive review, but rather a quick skim at a very simplified level to give you an overview of what’s top of the tech list for 2018.
Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. today unveiled the next generation of its award-winning Family Hub refrigerator, continuing to pioneer and redefine the refrigerator category. A winner of the 2018 CES Best of Innovation award, Family Hub sets a new standard for connected living. The new Family Hub will be on display at the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) from January 9-12, 2018.
The South Australian government will dump a smartphone app designed to send emergency warnings to people after it crashed during catastrophic bushfire conditions at the weekend.
On Saturday and Sunday, Australia experienced a heatwave, with some parts of the country reaching 47.3 degrees Celsius. At least two homes and other buildings were lost in a dangerous bushfire that raged through South Australia’s southeast.
Like most kids who have recently been given their first cellphones, Andrea’s 12-year-old daughter is pretty nonchalant about the whole thing. When asked what she likes best about her new iPhone, she shrugs. "Feeling responsible," she says. Besides, since her friends mostly interact over Snapchat and Instagram, the phone is a crucial way to keep in touch.
A saturated market sector or crowded niche is no reason to assume you can’t innovate your way to top-dog position. Rather than think you can’t possibly dethrone current market leaders, double-down on creative marketing, talent acquisition, customer satisfaction, and internal product building. One such company innovating their way to king-of-the-castle positioning is NYC-based Button, who have built a proprietary technology that gives brands a scalable approach to mobile partnerships, facilitating consumer discovery and commerce.
Bitcoin is already having a bad year. For the first time since 2015, the cryptocurrency began a new year by tumbling, extending its slide from a record $US19,511 reached on December 18. The virtual coin traded at $US13,150 as of 12.58pm in New York, down 8.1 per cent from Friday, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. That’s also a fall from the $US14,156 it hit on Sunday, according to coinmarketcap.com, which tracks daily prices.
What happens when hackers target hospitals for money and patient information?
It happened in May this year, when the notorious software exploit WannaCry wiggled its way into the United Kingdom’s National Health Service computer network. The breach ultimately saw 16 hospitals shut down throughout the UK until things could be normalized. Hospital employees trying to use their computers during this time were unable to do anything useful. Instead, they were prompted to liberate their systems by sending $300 worth of Bitcoin to the anonymous attackers.