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How “Cloud-First” Became a Cliché

From Super Bowl ads boasting the benefits of machine learning to rappers touting the advantages of artificial intelligence, nearly everyone knows about the cloud, how powerful it is, and the advantages it can provide for both businesses and consumers. Then you also have the pundits adding to the hype with absolute statements like this: “If you have not developed a cloud-first strategy yet, you are likely falling behind your competitors” -Gartner


Creative Uses of the Cloud by the NFL

The National Football League is arguably the most popular spectator sport in the United States. Its season-ending Super Bowl extravaganza is watched by hundreds of millions of viewers worldwide and is the cause of many unexplained absences from work the following Monday morning. The league has embraced the power of cloud computing in a variety of ways intended to enhance the fan experience as well as help team management and players improve their ability to compete.


Previously Resistant Utilities are Adopting Cloud Operations

Cloud computing is rising fast and is quickly becoming a “new normal” point of departure for modern IT infrastructure. While only a handful of companies have resisted its adoption, many of them have embraced it due to the crucial nature cloud computing plays in the modern IT landscape. However, highly regulated sectors including as healthcare, banking, insurance, and public utilities, most of the organizations in this area have been slow to adopt new technology and embrace change mainly in internal IT infrastructure.


How is Edge Computing Different From Cloud Computing?

Cloud computing is a concept whose origins can be found in the 1960s as interest grew for computers that could be used by multiple users simultaneously. From its humble beginnings, it gained popularity throughout the late 20th Century as organizations saw the potential it held for delivering software and services to a remote user community. 


Companies Need to Plan for Changes in How They Build Software Solutions in a Cloud-Centric World

As companies begin embracing cloud computing, new hardware and software resources to accommodate this new trend are needed. This means that there must be a massive paradigm shift in the way different IT resources are created, delivered to the customer, and consumed altogether. These technologies serve as a foundation of growth and innovation in the world’s IT landscape. Despite being here for decades now, cloud computing as a solution is still confusing many companies mainly due to new terms and the requirements that are necessary to implement. The same can be said about companies that offer cloud-related services. They are confused as well on the software solutions that are going to thrive in the market in the coming days and how they should plan for the changes.  


Industrial Product Design is Migrating to the Cloud

Businesses share many dreams, and key among them being the ability to offer goods and services to their customers at affordable prices at little cost. This is exactly the reason why they always seek technologies that will increase speed and enhance accuracy and scale. These are the leading benefits that manufacturing companies cite when asked their reason for migrating their applications and workloads to the cloud.


Automakers Are Accelerating With Cloud Providers For IoT

As companies transition to the cloud, those that require Internet of Things (IoT) are turning to the major cloud providers AWS, Google and Microsoft. The automotive industry has traditionally been slower to adapt to new technologies for various reasons. Some of the biggest reasons have been scale, regulations and costs. However, the automotive industry as a whole is well suited to the architecture of the public cloud. The strength of the major public cloud providers is being able to collect and process data from various sources.


Your email marketing can be better if you take advantage of AI

Despite artificial intelligence (AI) being a relatively new technology, it is already taking almost all industries by storm. Not only is it a buzzword in the media today, but it is also one of the biggest discussion points among corporate leaders and email marketers. From bots to enhanced personalization, the potential implications of AI in marketing are more than interesting to discuss. Despite many marketers being in the dark on how they can use AI to their advantage in today’s business, many have been struggling to understand the possible advantages it offers. To help you understand how AI can take your business to the next step, here are some ways which AI can improve your email marketing program.


Cloud Based Kitchens

Cloud technology has been instrumental in growing businesses’ profits. With cloud technology, organizations can reduce hardware and labor costs while increasing productivity. Many industries have experimented with cloud technology for years with great success. In the past few years restaurants have started using cloud technology in hopes of securing that same achievement.  According to the Food Service Restaurant (FSR) Magazine, 60% of restaurants fail in their first year while 80% don’t make it past their fifth anniversary.  With raising food costs, competition from neighboring restaurants, rent, and labor wages - restaurant margins tend to be razor thin. In a cut-throat industry – error is not an option.


Digital Twinning and the Cloud

The concept of creating a digital twin involves developing a virtual representation of a physical object or system. Sensors are used to collect real-time data regarding the object or process under investigation. This data is used to construct a simulated representation that can be analyzed or manipulated in order to study and predict its behavior. 


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