6 Apps That Need AI That You May Not Think About

Artificial intelligence (AI) is sweeping the technology industry, making it easier for workers to complete jobs better and faster than they ever could before. Only about 7 percent of organizations are not currently using AI, and even those are considering the technology. In fact, you may be unaware of many

Industrial Connectivity and the Future of Manufacturing

The last decade saw a boom in manufacturing that coincided with the growth of consumption. Production floors were busy keeping up with customer demand, and supply chains seemed to be flowing smoothly across borders. But when the coronavirus hit, component supplies tightened, operations halted, and factory floors emptied due to

What to Look for in a Cloud Migration Specialist

Moving to the cloud has turned into a must for most businesses, but actually planning out the migration process can leave technology executives scratching their heads. You need someone who’s done this before and knows how to navigate the common pitfalls associated with cloud migrations. This might be a single

How to Keep Your Overburdened IT Staff from Burning Out

Between the COVID-19 pandemic and the increased demands for IT services, burnout for tech professionals is at an all-time high. Even before the pandemic, 57 percent of workers in the technology industry were struggling with burnout, and COVID-19 has only exacerbated this issue. Companies are relying more on software and

Choosing a Cloud Native Architecture for Business

We have only begun to scratch the surface of cloud computing’s potential for business, and the next evolution is cloud native applications. Cloud service providers, such as Amazon, Microsoft, IBM, Google, and Oracle, lead the way by offering cost-effective cloud native architectures and services so businesses can focus more on

Securing Company Data in an Era of Remote Work

Companies spend more than $100 billion a year on security technology, but despite that enormous investment, more than 12 billion records were compromised in 2020. If cybersecurity is a multi-billion industry, so is cybercrime, which consists of organized and unorganized actors, including foreign government entities. It’s a never-ending arms race,

Can Virtual Reality Replace In-Person Business Meetings?

In-person meetings have been a staple of the business world for as long as there have been roads, and the rise of airlines made business travel a key driver of global commerce. Businesses are driven by human interaction, whether it’s an executive meeting with business partners or a sales agent

Low-Code Application Platforms: How Easy to Use Are They?

Low-code application platforms (LCAP) are growing in popularity due to their ability to lower the burden on developers. Traditional application development is resource-intensive and time-consuming. Companies need to be able to develop apps quickly and easily, without bogging down their developers, but are LCAPs as easy to use as their

3 Challenges You’ll Face When Migrating Apps to the Cloud

Migrating applications to the cloud has become a growing trend since the COVID-19 pandemic changed the way we work more than a year ago. The problem with cloud migrations is they can become difficult and costly, especially when you’re migrating applications, so the planning phase is especially critical. Applications generally

The Pros and Cons of 5G Infrastructure

Everyone seems to be talking about 5G these days, and while it’s already in some cities, a large amount of infrastructure will need to be put in place before it can become more widely available. Generally, 5G does offer a lot of benefits. However, some businesses may find that the