Technology is undoubtedly an integral part of most industries today. In order to adequately prepare students for a future that is sure to incorporate a mixed environment of human and artificial intelligence (AI) technology, schools must begin to mirror the same environment one can expect once out in the workforce.
Remote education systems, in addition to an increase in the demand for cloud technologies, is changing the way educational curriculum is delivered. A variety of technology platforms and microservices are rapidly evolving as key business models in the educational sector. Read more +
While artificial intelligence or “smart” technology will soon be prevalent in a variety of industries, it is sure to revolutionize the healthcare industry in particular; an industry that will impact us all in one way or another. Whether as providers or patients we are sure to see transformation of the design and insight into treatment plans, management of medications, as well as improving efficiencies and assisting in repetitive work duties. Read more +
Botnets are robot networks made up of computers, or any device with network connectivity (computers, security cameras, smart TV’s, smart thermostats, etc.). Botnets have a long history in technology, as they have been around since the early days of the internet. While commonly perceived to be malicious in intent (and rightfully so), botnets do not exclusively perform destructive commands. Read more +
Smartwatch shipments are projected to reach 110 million units by the end of 2016 (this according to IDC). As is the case with several other technology products that are aimed at the consumer market, it will only be a matter of time before it impacts how we conduct business. When considering whether a new device may be beneficial to an individual or workplace, it is important to explore the impact it will have on the security of information being processed and utilized. Read more +
The Open Source community has been integral to the advancements we’ve seen in technology. Since enabling technology is essential to your business, it may be time to think further about how these tools are created, who profits, who contributes and more importantly, who doesn’t. Read more +
Machine Learning, artificial intelligence and data mining may seem like abstract concepts that have little to do with the day to day functions of your small to medium sized business. But Gartner has officially added machine learning (ML) to their Hype Cycle for Emerging Technologies. This means there is enough research, resources and momentum behind machine learning that it could potentially redefine buyer, supplier and customer relationships for any business. Read more +
Data privacy and the governance of personal or business data is challenging to manage in today’s global landscape. Users generally entrust their data to third parties (i.e. Internet Service Providers). The level of privacy to be expected has caused much debate. Further complicating data sovereignty concerns, are world governments using their own interpretation of privacy laws. As a result there is often confusion and overreach during investigations where data is stored on other countries’ servers.
In what has been referred to as a landmark decision, an appellate court ruled this July that the US government could not obtain personal data held overseas by issuing a domestic warrant. Read more +
Wi-Fi speeds are faster today then ever before and are ready for business users to take advantage of its capacity. With several wireless routers available on the market, Compulite’s network management team has a look at the past, present and future of Wi-Fi speed protocols to see how your business can take advantage of the fastest speeds available. Read more +
Micro services were born as a by-product of the constantly evolving, cloud-driven landscape of software applications. With competitive business pressures demanding that applications continuously evolve, businesses can now leverage new features and functionalities of software by integrating micro services as part of their IT strategy. Read more +
The Internet of Things (IoT) is based on the idea that objects have the ability to transfer data over a network without requiring a human-to human or human–to–computer interaction. The insights enabled by this data collection from connected devices are what the Internet of Things is all about. Read more +