Businesses across virtually every industry are rapidly adopting cloud service solutions. The global cloud computing market was worth an impressive $371.4 billion in 2020 and could more than double to $832.1 billion by 2025. Amid this rapid expansion, organizations must recognize this movement’s risks. Cloud security isn’t necessarily less secure
Decentralized finance – DeFi – has exploded over the last couple of years. And with any fast-moving new tech sector, some people will attempt to take advantage of the industry, which means DeFi security is a booming sector as we protect against an ever-increasing amount of hacks, breaches, and exploits.
We increasingly use technology for a broad variety of purposes, and the more that happens, the more data we collect and store. These days, AI is transforming the way we utilize that information, including crowd management. Machines can read and learn from different types of data and then perform real-world tasks. That’s
Sustainability is a term thrown about quite often in conversations that we have, in the workplace or at home. The umbrella term sustainability includes depleting resources, increasing temperatures, rising sea levels, and more. The concept of sustainability as we know it today was defined in the 1980s. Since then, it
Many company representatives commit to moving massive amounts of data to a new location and anticipate numerous advantages. For example, a small business could become more competitive after transferring some content to the cloud. Managing data on-site is a labor-intensive exercise that often becomes prohibitively challenging. Off-site service providers typically
Our world revolves around data. Data science, machine learning, and AI have become some of the most critical technologies and industries in the 21st Century, penetrating almost every aspect of our lives, including fitness and wellbeing. The impact of technology on fitness industry On the consumer side, this technology triumvirate