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Intelligent technologies are improving the way we live. As technology becomes more capable, our world becomes more productive. But despite the improvement to our lives, tech giants as IBM, Amazon or Microsoft, as well as geniuses like Stephen Hawking, believe

The age of the cloud technology industry is happening now. Many enterprises are already using this technology to increase their efficiency, and others are planning to adopt this strategy as you’re reading this article. Cloud computing has changed businesses and

As you may guess, an Artificial Neural Network (ANN) is a paradigm about the information processing influenced by the biological nervous system, such as the brain. The key factor of this model is a new and improved structure. Like the

In the past couple of years, cloud computing has changed everything around us. More and more organizations have started to use cloud computing as the competitive advantages they have been searching for. We could say that cloud is the answer.

The manufacturing sector is one of the largest industries that continues to grow consistently. In 2016, it accounted for approximately 16% of the Global GDP and contributed $2.18 trillion to the U.S economy. What is driving this rapid development? Well,

Watching the rapid pace of technological developments, throughout the last couple of years, makes me think that we’ve reached another major turning point for our society.  Artificial intelligence, big data, machine learning, all of these innovations have made our lives

Big Data is the concept that changed the world. That’s for sure. The amount of data that we are exchanging or storing is truly impressive, and what’s most dazzling is that we’ve found the way to handle it. We just

If you decided to move your data to a cloud environment, you’ve made a good decision. However, to do it successfully, you need to understand just how important the data migration process is. I can tell you from experience it

Last week, the “WannaCry” ransomware attack hit 150 countries, locking more than 200,000 computers worldwide, and leaving users with a $300 payment demand on their screens. Hospitals, government agencies, and many other businesses experienced a genuine “Black Friday”, being forced

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