A conversation about Intelligent Applications and all things digital.
Blockchain technology is being hyped with vigor these days. It does hold promise for organizations engaged in international trade, and challenges, too.
Cyberattacks are the third most likely risk—after extreme weather and natural disasters—to international business, according to World Economic Forum’s “The Global Report 2018.”
You’ve probably noticed the initials “AMP” display when you search Google for news on your mobile device. No, it’s not another “fake news” source. In fact, those letters represent a technology that may be useful to your business.
Lately, a number of firms have come to us with interest in chatbots—which, for over a year now, technology media have covered as the next big wave in user-oriented technology.
Google's Angular framework is capable, but has drawbacks. Steps can be taken to minimize those shortcomings and draw greater value out of Angular than is available “out of the box.”
Serving up rich Web applications that perform in fractions of a second, even when supporting millions of users around the world, became a bit easier few years ago. That’s due to an exciting new approach to Web engineering called Front End Development and SPA.
You may soon be able to launch viable augmented reality apps that will run on more than 100 million devices, with Google's new Augmented Reality SDK.
A simple out-of-the-box-installation is seldom suitable for any but the simplest, lowest-volume needs.
Keeping text up-to-date in various supported languages can be a challenge for organizations maintaining content-rich and frequently evolving websites.